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TEACHERS URGED TO CONTROL BULLYING

  Teachers in public Schools have been urged to handle cases of bullying among pupils strategically to avoid bad behaviors from worsening. The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), in a 2007 paper, says bullying is a common behavior in schools with 80 percent...

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CONTINENTAL TRADE TO SPUR INDUSTRIALIZATION

  Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa, Director of Trade Customers and Monetary, Francis Mangeni is optimistic that the tripartite free trade area will promote industrialization among member countries. The agreement cast in the mold of the European...

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UNZA AND THE ZAMBIA POLICE SIGN MOU

THE University of Zambia and the Zambia police service have signed an agreement to train police officers in various programmes. This will enable police officers to explore various collaborative initiatives for the growth and mutual benefit of the two institutions,...

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SIKAZWE STILL IN THE WORLD CUP

    TOP  Zambian referee Janny Sikazwe has made the final cut for the match officials for the quarterfinals at the ongoing 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia. Sikazwe has had a good World Cup so far officiating the Belgium versus Panama match and the Japan match...

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TWENTY SEVEN PEOPLE DIE IN ROAD ACCIDENTS

  Twenty seven people died in various road traffic accidents during the just ended 2018 Heroes and Unity Days.   Police Spokesperson Esther Katongo has confirmed to 5FM News in a statement that during the long weekend, the Zambia Police recorded 300 road traffic...

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LACK OF A STUDENT’S UNION AFFECTING UNZA LEARNERS

  THE University of Zambia Lecturers And Researchers’ Union has expressed concern that some students may not write their final examinations that have started today as they have failed to pay 37.5 percent of the fees to the University of Zambia. Union president...

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THE GOVERNMENT REMINDED TO ENHANCE HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION

                                       CiSCA mobilizing committee Chairperson Nicholas Phiri   PROMOTION of Human Rights Education has remained poor in the country, Zitukule consortium executive director Nicholas Phiri has observed, saying this is despite...

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GOVT URGED TO DISCLOSE THE MAIZE SURPLUS

CENTRE for trade, policy and development executive director Isaac Mwaipopo has urged the food reserve agency to declare the surplus from last years’ Maize production following revelations that this year’s production is expected to reduce from 3 million to 2 million...

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GOVERNMENT URGED TO INCREASE FUNDING TO EDUCATION

THE national action for quality education has called on the ministry of finance to consider increasing budgetary allocation to the ministry of education from the current 16 percent to 20 percent in the 2019 National Budget. Organization executive director Aaron Chansa...

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