Category: Education

MultiChoice Zambia launches Panali Panali – A Zambian Story

PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release Lusaka, Zambia Friday 11Th December 2020 MultiChoice Zambia launches Panali Panali – A Zambian Story   Celebrating 25 years of the MultiChoice Zambia Story – As part of their 25th Anniversary celebrations, MultiChoice Zambia has launched a storybook and docudrama called Panali-Panali. The storybook is a special issue of the MultiChoice Zambia journey, highlighting the stories of different individuals and stakeholders whose lives have been enriched by MultiChoice.  A first of its kind, the commemorative book features testimonies told through the history and legacy of MultiChoice Zambia as seen from through the eyes of Zambians. The...

Press Release Dated Thursday 10th December 2020 in Celebration of International Anti-Corruption Day and International Human Rights Day

Press Release Dated Thursday 10th December 2020 in Celebration of International Anti-Corruption Day and International Human Rights Day By Chapter One Foundation PROMOTING and protecting the human rights and freedoms contained in the Constitution is at the heart of Chapter One Foundation’s mission to encourage civic participation in governance. We recognize that corruption is a hindrance to the holistic enjoyment of human rights and freedoms. The abuse of authority or power undermines the principle that everyone is equal before the law and defeats socio-economic development. Therefore, the observance of Human Rights Day and World Anti-Corruption Day should be important to...

‘Alarming Rate of Substance Abuse among Adolescents’ worry Pierre Birori

By Choolwe Lawrence Mweemba, Public Relations Officer, Tel: 0965135213 Email: pro@tau.edu.zm Kwacha Square, KPTF Building, Stand No 37605, Lake Road, Lusaka, Zambia , P O Box No 320110 Telephone : (0260) 971269480 | email id : info@tauedu.org | www.tauedu.org (Lusaka, Monday 7th December, 2020) A Mental Health Specialist has appealed to the church, Non-Governmental Organizations and Cooperate institutions to invest in recreational facilities for adolescents in the country in an effort to alleviate substance abuse which is currently on the rise in Zambia. Mr Pierre Birori, a Researcher at the Lusaka Provincial Health office has called for partnership in the...

Dr. Fred M’membe on linking UNIP and Dr Kenneth Kaunda to Socialism and its failures! ….was Zambia under UNIP a Socialist State?

Dr. Fred M’membe on linking UNIP and Dr Kenneth Kaunda to Socialism and its failures! ….was Zambia under UNIP a Socialist State? By Fred M’membe Garden Compound, Lusaka Monday 7th December, 2020 Good day Comrade. Thank you for your continued effort of addressing some of the misconceptions and burning issues. Another issue that has been floating around is that of linking UNIP and Dr Kenneth Kaunda to socialism and its failures. Was Zambia under UNIP a Socialist State? Great thanks Comrade! To answer your question, let’s try to understand what Kaunda himself said on this score. I know we don’t...

Using football to educate financial literacy in Zambia

By Nick Rewcastle PR Consultant Beyond Sport Global Awards www.beyondsport.org/Awards THE Girls Money Savvy Project Through Sport has been announced as one of four winners of the 2020 Sport for Gender Equality Collective Impact Award supported by Comic Relief and the BT Supporter’s Club. All four organisations will receive significant investment to work together over the course of the year to use sport to develop a collective approach to advance gender equality and society as a whole. The project has been recognised for how the organisation uses football and adaptable sports to mobilise girls to learn about financial literacy through...

Disability activist James Mwitwa petitions creation of Parley liaison committee

By Derrick Sinjela THE International Day for Persons with Disabilities (IDPD) organising committee chairperson James Mwitwa has commended the government for attaching great importance to issues affecting peers with a petition seeking creation of a liaison committee appointed by Clerk of the National Assembly, Cecelia Nsenduluka-Mbewe. Reading a Thursday 3rd December 2020 braile speech at Kuku ground in Lusaka’s Chawama Constituency, during celebrations marking International Day for Persons with Disabilities, themed: “Building Back Better: toward a Disability inclusive, accessible and sustainable post COVID-19 Zambia,” Mr. Mwitwa told Community Development Minister Ms. Kampamba Mulenga-Chewe and her Permanent Secretary (PS) Pamela Kabamba...

Teaching Council of Zambia intends to prosecute non-compliant practioners,”says TCZ Spokesperson Ngoza Malonga

  The Teaching Council of Zambia(TCZ) Media &Communications Unit TCZ INTENDS TO PROSECUTE NON-COMPLIANT PRACTIONERS 009/2020 _Lusaka, September , 2020_ The Teaching Council of Zambia (TCZ) set Monday 31st August, 2020 as the deadline for teachers without practicing licenses to ensure the documents were obtained. This follows the compliance inspections which were recently conducted in Lusaka, Livingstone, Kitwe and Kasama . Following the expiry of the deadline, no teacher is expected to hold-out as a practicing teacher without acquiring a license. Further , no employer is expected to employ a teacher without a license or both risk being prosecuted, pursuant...

Evangelical Youth Alliance Executive Director Reverend Moses Lungu urges Zambian Government to empower youths threatened with expulsion on account of lack of education fee payment capacity

By Luswepo Mutepuka EVANGELICAL Youth Alliance Executive Director Reverend Moses Lungu is urging the Zambian government to consider empowering learners on the verge of expulsion due to lack of finances. Rev. Lungu says once children and young people are helped with school fees, Zambia will ultimately benefit as a learned society attracts Foreign Direct Investment (FDI).

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