FAZ disappointed by  Mufulira Wonderers fans’ unruly behaviour

FAZ disappointed by Mufulira Wonderers fans’ unruly behaviour »

11 Aug, 2015
Sports

THE Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) is saddened by the ferocious behaviour exhibited by Mighty Mufulira Wonderers’ fans that led to the abandonment of Mighty’s home game against Zesco United. And FAZ says disciplinary measures against Mighty Mufulira Wonderers will only be decided by FAZ disciplinary committee. This comes after Mighty Mufulira Wanderers’ home game against Zesco United was on Saturday abandoned at Shinde Stadium in Mufulira.

Witch-Finder arrested

Witch-Finder arrested »

9 May, 2015
News

Police  in Luapula Province have arrested a Witch-Finder for naming a person to be a wizard and obtaining K60, 000 by falsely pretending to prophecy circumstances in people’s lives. Meanwhile, Police officers in Lunga area of Samfya district are working in fear after local people started throwing stones to let go of the witch finders.

UNZASU saddened by the arrest of union publicity secretary

UNZASU saddened by the arrest of union publicity secretary »

18 Nov, 2014
News

THE University of Zambia Students Union (UNZASU) has expressed sadness over the arrest of UNZASU publicity secretary Kamona Lindunda.   Miss Lindunda was last Friday (14th November, 2014) arrested together with 8 other students during a students’ protest demanding for the full payment of their meal and book allowances.  

Youths key in climate change fight – Susanne Matale

Youths key in climate change fight – Susanne Matale »

17 Oct, 2012

Young people can influence decisions and contribute to a better world by protecting and safeguarding the future generations says Council of Churches in Zambia (CCZ) Secretary General Suzanne Matale.   Rev. Matale was speaking when she officiated the Zambia Youth Climate Change Forum (ZYCCF), Climate Justice programme at Lusaka’s Serenity Lodge.  

Lets talk about it! »

9 Oct, 2012
Focus Point

The use of demonstrations as a way of expressing grievances at higher institutions of learning is more than a growing phenomenon. When it comes to the expression of grievances by the University of Zambia (UNZA) students the use of demonstrations cannot be overemphasized. This is to say demonstrations are the order of the day whenever there is a misunderstanding between management and students.

UNZA Alumni: Where art thou?

UNZA Alumni: Where art thou? »

24 Sep, 2012
Focus Point

WHAT happens when University of Zambia (UNZA) students graduate? Is UNZA just to be used as a stepping-stone and forgotten about? Where are the Alumni? The conditions at UNZA are now worse than what most of the Alumni found and yet they still remain silent. UNZA cannot improve without a collective effort. Many students have graduated from the institution since 1969 but how many, really, have taken the time to contribute anything to the improvement of UNZA?