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Mutati launches centre of excellence for science in Kasempa

4,284 ViewsTechnology and Science Minister Felix Mutati has said technology and innovation is the new normal which Zambians must begin to embrace as new way of life. And Mutati has commissioned the K3 million 1 by 4 classroom block which will be the Centre of Excellence for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) at Kasempa […]

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Over 8000 students at UNZA fail to get loans due to budget constraints

1,265 ViewsMore than 8000 eligible students at the University of Zambia (UNZA) have not been awarded student loans for the 2021/2022 academic  year due to budget constraints. Higher Education Loans and Scholarships Board (HELSB) senior corporate communications officer  Chiselwa Kawanda said this is due to budgetary constraints. Meanwhile,  the board has  awarded student loans to […]

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Government to offer free Primary Secondary education from January 2022

1,623 ViewsThe country is set to offer free Primary and Secondary education starting from January next year. This is in line with the promise made by the now ruling party United Party for National Development (UPND). The government will take responsibility for paying tuition fees to all public schools through grants starting January 2022. Full […]

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Grade 9 2021 Examinations begin

1,308 Views 2021 Grade 9 Internal Examination is now in Session. The Examination will be conducted from today Monday, 29th November 2021 to 7th December 2021. Meanwhile, pupils who were faked to sit for a fake Grade 7 Examination at True Vine Community School in Kitwe for over 2 years, have now sat for a […]

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UNZA workers demand firing of Prof. Mumba

1,763 Views Management of the University of Zambia (UNZA) says demands by the three Unions that top management including Vice-Chancellor Prof. Luke Mumba vacate offices at the whim of certain individuals or groupings is a recipe for anarchy and a flagrant breach of the law. UNZA Management says the law is quite lucid on how […]

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13% national failure rate recorded in just Ended General Certificate exams

2,136 Views Minister of General Education Douglas Syakalima has disclosed a 13 percent national failure rate, which has been recorded in the just ended General Certificate of Education (GCE) examinations. Syakalima says that the national failure rate represents a total of 16, 960 candidates failing the 2021 GCE examinations, with mathematics being the subject with […]

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NEW DISPENSATION NATIONAL BUDGET: Education sector gets deserved attention, 10.4% of total budget

1,501 ViewsFinance Minister Situmbeko Musokotwane has announced a number of measures aimed at boosting the education sector in Zambia in the 2022 national budget. The budget themed ‘Growth, Jobs and Taking Development Closer to the People,’ has proposals that if implemented, will transform the Zambian education sector forever with an allocation of K18.1 billion, translating […]

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UNZA students stage demo

4,246 ViewsSome students from the University of Zambia stormed the loans office over meal allowances. The students were not happy that some of them have not been included in meal and book allowances. Meanwhile, the issue of meal allowances have over the years been a hot subject. Delays and non payment of allowances have angered […]

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Gvt warns Headteachers against sending Boarding Schools learners home

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Schools approve massive fee hikes

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