Category: Education

PROTUZ General Secretary Kangwa Musenga backs a total lockdown of Zambia to keep Coronavirus at bay

By Favourite Jenala Kalando PROFESSIONAL Teachers Union Zambia (PROTUZ) General Secretary (GS) Kangwa Musenga has called for a total lockdown as a most effective means of combating the global outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID 19). Mr. Musenga is worried that once a total lockdown is not enforced by the Zambian Government once schools will be opened, pupils, students, teachers and families will remain susceptible to contracting Coronavirus. Mr. Musenga observed in an interview in Lusaka that due to the global outbreak of Coronavirus the curriculum at all levels beyond exam classes has been disturbed, with pupils, students and teachers confronted with...

Zambia’s Mathews Lungu emulates Nelson Mandela and Jadav Payeng

By LYDIA NYIRONGO South Africa had Nelson Mandela known for establishing the Nelson Mandela Foundation to promote his vision of freedom and equity for all. India has Jadav Payeng known as the “Man of the forest’’ after he single-handedly planted an entire forest. Lusaka has Mathews Lungu. Like the famous Nelson Mandela and Jadav Payeng, Lungu has helped to raise a new majority of responsible youths and complemented government’s efforts in improving the welfare of the youths in the city. Born Mathews Lungu, on 23 June 1993, in Mufulira town, a city with a population of 125,336 in the Copperbelt...

ZICTA advises consumers to sanitise ICT gadgets and use Digital Payment Platforms, prods Hanford Chaaba

ZICTA advises consumers to sanitise ICT gadgets and use Digital Payment Platforms It is undeniable now that Information Communication and Technologies (ICTs) have become indispensable in our lives, for instance, we always move with mobile phones with us now just the way we move with wallets and handbags, noted Zambia Information Communication Technology (ZICTA) Corporate Communications Officer, Hanford Chaaba (Mr) in a Media Statement issued on Thursday March 26, 2020 In view of this global and national concern of the coronavirus diseases, Mr. Chaaba reiterated that it is important that members of the public remember to sanitise their key ICT...

PAGLORY UNIVERSITY  PRESS RELEASE  INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY MESSAGE FROM THE VICE CHANCELLOR

PAGLORY UNIVERSITY PRESS RELEASE INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY MESSAGE FROM THE VICE CHANCELLOR

  R Friday 6TH March, 2020 Muliyunda Lilembalemba PAGLORY UNIVERSITY Head of Corporate and Public Relations +260977676438 +260955676438 KABWE, Saturday, March 7, 2020… PAGLORY University Vice Chancellor Professor Egidio Machuta says women’s access to higher education is critical to breaking the barriers hampering their raise to positions of decision making. Professor Machuta who also is Paglory University President has associated the slow pace of sustainable development in the country to the low numbers of women involved in issues of national development. “We cannot be proud of household success and fail to translate the same success being recorded at household level...

Zambia Land Alliance (ZLA) Organizational Profile

Zambia Land Alliance ORGANIZATIONAL PROFILE 1. BACKGROUND Zambia Land Alliance (ZLA) is a network of non-governmental organizations advocating for fair land policies, laws and administrative systems that take into consideration the interests of the poor and marginalized. The Alliance was founded in 1997 and operates through a National office, eighti (08) national members, eightii (08) District Land Alliances (DLAs) and twoiii (02) district project offices. Each DLA has its own member network at district level. ZLA’s vision is to see a Zambia in which the rural, peri-urban and urban poor and vulnerable communities have secured access, ownership and control over...

A look at the Rainbow (disambiguation)

Rainbow From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigation Jump to search For other uses, see Rainbow (disambiguation). Double rainbow and supernumerary rainbows on the inside of the primary arc. The shadow of the photographer’s head on the bottom marks the centre of the rainbow circle (antisolar point). A rainbow is a meteorological phenomenon that is caused by reflection, refraction and dispersion of light in water droplets resulting in a spectrum of light appearing in the sky. It takes the form of a multicoloured circular arc. Rainbows caused by sunlight always appear in the section of sky directly opposite the...

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The Fight Against Corruption in Zambia 2019 End of Year Media Brief

The Fight Against Corruption in Zambia 2019 End of Year Media Brief

By Dorothy Mwanza  ACTING PUBLIC RELATIONS MANAGER ANTI-CORRUPTION COMMISSION (ACC)  THIS brief covers the activities of the Anti-Corruption Commission during the year 2019. During the year, the Commission in line with the Strategic Plan 2017-2021 continued it its pursuit of ending corruption in the country by implementing new and effective strategies. The commission also continued to engage different stakeholders, in order to put in mechanisms to curb corruption within selected institutions. Some public and private bodies, institutions of learning, local authorities, among others have embraced the National Integrity Program and are using it to strengthen their internal control systems and...

This day in History Tuesday February 25th 1986

This day in History Tuesday February 25th 1986

FEATURED EVENT 1986 Ousting of Marcos in the Philippines On this day in 1986, Philippine President Ferdinand E. Marcos, under pressure from the United States, fled his country for Hawaii after a fraudulent electoral victory over Corazon Aquino, who replaced him as president. MORE EVENTS ON THIS DAY Australian cricketer Don Bradman, one of the greatest run scorers in the history of the game and often judged the greatest player of the 20th century, died at the age of 92.Test your knowledge of cricket 2001 In Nicaragua, Violeta Barrios de Chamorro of the U.S.-financed National Opposition Union achieved an upset victory over the incumbent president, Daniel Ortega of the Sandinista National Liberation Front.Sort...

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