REPPSI Calls For Psychosocial Development Programmes in Schools

REPSSI, an organisation that  supports families to empower  children to redress the negative effects of HIV and AIDs, poverty and conflict  has encouraged teachers in schools to work with  the community and pupils  so that a state of wisdom oriented  activity is equilibrium. Speaking in an interview, REPSSI advisor Lynette Mudekunye  said psychosocial support helps […]

Just Pay If You Want To Write Exams, Luo Tells 8,000 Students

Just Pay If You Want To Write Exams, Luo Tells 8,000 Students

Higher Education Minister Nkandu Luo insists that University of Zambia Great East Campus students should pay tuition fees, failure to which they will be not allowed to write the exams. The University of Zambia has blocked over 8,000 students who owe the Institution K58 million  in unpaid tuition fees from sitting for the examinations if […]

Barclays Donates K3.2 Million Students’ Scholarship

Barclays Donates K3.2 Million Students’ Scholarship

Barclays Bank Zambia has donated K3.2 million for the scholarship programme which is aimed at providing vulnerable young people with access to quality tertiary education for young people, with over 50 people likely to benefit. Barclays Bank Managing Director, Mizinga Melu said the donation was part of the Bank’s fulfillment of its recently launched “Shared […]

ZANASU Condemns UNZA’s Move To Bar Students From Exams

ZANASU Condemns UNZA’s Move To Bar Students From Exams

The act taken by UNZA management to bur students who have not finished paying from writing their exams is very wrong, the best they can do is to make everyone write and ensure they don’t see there results until they pay. It’s very unfortunate that Adrian Matole (UNZASU President) and his entire crew in UNZASU […]

83,126 Special Needy Children Drop Out Of School This Year

83,126 Special Needy Children Drop Out Of School This Year

Zambian Open Community Schools (ZOCS) Executive Director Harriet Sianjibu has questioned where school drop outs go after they stop learning as statistics are blank on the issue. In a speech read on her behalf by Program and Adovocacy Manager Cleopatra Muma at the Zambia National Education Coalition(ZANEC) Media Workshop, Mrs Muma Sianjimbu wondered how life […]

PROTUZ Welcomes The Introduction of Aptitude Tests Before Entry Into Tertiary Education

PROTUZ Welcomes The Introduction of Aptitude Tests Before Entry Into Tertiary Education

  The Professional Teachers Union of Zambia (PROTUZ) is confident that the introduction of examinations before entry into tertiary education will help improve the quality of education. PROTUZ Secretary General Kangwa Musenga has told Q news that it is clear that some students fail to perform well in university or college because of using leakage […]

ROCKVIEW UNIVERSITY EXPOSED: ‘They Advertise Courses They Don’t Offer Then Get Away With K250 Form Fee’

Dear Editor, Zambia has seen the mushrooming of colleges and universities in the recent past, and many of these are backyard institutions set up by money-hungry fraudsters who’re ready to swindle as many vulnerable and unsuspecting members of the public as possible. Some aren’t registered with the Ministry of Higher Education and some are offering […]

No Examination Leakages This Year

No Examination Leakages This Year

  PRESS STATEMENT ISSUED ON 8th SEPTEMBER, 2016. NO EXAMINATION LEAKAGES THIS YEAR The third school term in Zambia always comes with various national examinations. These examinations are not just annual academic events but are very important activities in the lives of learners, parents and society as a whole. They are used as major assessment […]

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