ZAMRA NABS 6 FOR ILLEGAL PHARMACIES

ZAMRA NABS 6 FOR ILLEGAL PHARMACIES »

22 Mar, 2021
News

The Zambia Medicines Regulatory Authority (ZAMRA) has arrested six people of Chadiza District in Eastern Province for operating pharmacies without certificates of registration.

PUBLIC TO BE ON LOOKOUT

PUBLIC TO BE ON LOOKOUT »

18 Jan, 2021
News

The Zambia Medicines Regulatory Authority (ZAMRA) has called on the public to be on the lookout for defective drugs that would be harmful

STOCK EXPIRED MEDICAL PRODUCTS AND FACE THE LAW-ZAMRA

STOCK EXPIRED MEDICAL PRODUCTS AND FACE THE LAW-ZAMRA »

29 Jan, 2019
News

Zambia Medicines Regulatory Authority (ZAMRA) has warned all those stocking and dispensing expired medicines to desist from the vice before the law catches

UNZA Professor calls on increased investment in infectious disease research

UNZA Professor calls on increased investment in infectious disease research »

27 Aug, 2015
News

A University of Zambia (UNZA) School of Veterinary Medicine professor has urged government to continue investment in research on infectious diseases in the country. Professor Aaron Mweene told the Lusaka Star in an interview that increased investment in infectious disease research would ensure the country be better prepared to handle infectious diseases such as the Ebola virus which was declared an international health emergency last year.

Pharmaceuticals Society of Zambia successfully holds 2nd Annual Pharmacy Research Conference

Pharmaceuticals Society of Zambia successfully holds 2nd Annual Pharmacy Research Conference »

15 Aug, 2015
News

THE Pharmaceuticals Society of Zambia (PSZ) has successfully held its second Annual Pharmacy Research Conference under the theme ‘Strengthening the role of Pharmacy in improving quality health services through research.’ Speaking during the conference which was held at Lusaka’s Cresta Golf View Hotel yesterday, PSZ President Liyoka Liyoka expressed happiness at the support and commitment shown by Pharmacists and Medical practitioners towards the activities of the Society.

Western province hit by Konzo disease

Western province hit by Konzo disease »

8 Aug, 2015
News

THE Ministry of Health (MoH) says Western province has recorded 25 cases of Konzo disease. MoH spokesperson Reuben Kamoto Mbewe has confirmed the development in a press statement and made available to the Lusaka Star this morning. Dr. Mbewe revealed that the disease is characterized by weakness in the lower limbs and pelvic pain.

Ephasise on other ways of contracting HIV-UNZA HIV Peer Educator

Ephasise on other ways of contracting HIV-UNZA HIV Peer Educator »

28 Jul, 2015
News

University Of Zambia HIV/AIDS Peer Educators Association has urged other HIVAIDS educators to sensitize the public on all the ways the disease can be transmitted.   Association Secretary General Nkana Lubunga told the Lusaka Star in an interview that HIV is rapidly spreading through other methods other than sex.  

Lusaka parents happy with LCC’s proposal to combat underage drinking

Lusaka parents happy with LCC’s proposal to combat underage drinking »

24 Jul, 2015
Business

A proposal by the Lusaka City Council (LCC) to introduce a policy that compels members of the public to produce National Registration Cards (NRC) on purchasing alcohol has cheered Lusaka parents. This policy proposal by LCC is a deliberate move aimed at reducing underage beer drinking in Lusaka. A parent and resident of Lusaka's Ngombe Township, Kunda Lwembe, welcomed the move by LCC and called on government to consider approving the proposal made by the local authority.

UNZA Response trains peers

UNZA Response trains peers »

23 Jul, 2015
News

The University of Zambia (UNZA) HIV/AIDS Response Team is holding a Workshop aimed at training peer educators at the institution. HIV/AIDS Response Team secretary general, Nkana Lubunga, said the response team is training 25 UNZA students as a way of increasing the number of student peer educators at the institution. He explained that the peers will be responsible for campus HIV/AIDS sensitisation as well as the dissemination of information within and outside the campus.

LCC ready to contain cholera outbreak

LCC ready to contain cholera outbreak »

21 Nov, 2014
News

THE Lusaka City Council (LCC) has expressed confidence that Lusaka will maintain a cholera-free record this year as the local authority has put in place deliberate sanitation measures that will prevent the possibility of any cholera outbreak.   Last year, Lusaka province did not record any cholera case during the rainy season despite floods that hit the city.