The University of Zambia has noted with regret the recent spate of student demonstrations attributed to acts of Xenophobia recorded in the Republic of South Africa.
The University of Zambia (UNZA) through the School of Engineering has entered into a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) with the Zambia Information and Communication Technology (Zambia ICT) College in Ndola to undertake teaching, research and consultancy in electrical and electronics engineering and other Information and Communication Technology (ICT) fields of study.
Minister of Transport and Communication and now Minister of Higher Education Engineer Dr Brian Mushimba has commended the University of Zambia for setting up the first-ever Flying Lab in Zambia and has called on UNZA through the School of Engineering to establish a remote pilot training centre for drones to train Zambians who are interested in becoming licensed remote pilots
The University of Zambia (UNZA) ladies led by the Acting Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Enala Tembo-Mwase, on Friday, 12th July 2019 held a Special Women's Day Celebrations which was graced by the First Lady, Madam Esther Lungu. The special celebrations which was held under the theme: "The Role of Women In Environmental Protection: Towards A Clean and Green Environment for A Better Future", also marked as the official unveiling of the Jubilee Gardens set up by UNZA women to promote the ‘Keep UNZA Clean and Green campaign’ as well as to serve as a Centre of Excellence for the institution.
Born on the 3rd of May 2001, Natasha Wang Chibesa Mwansa is a sensational 18 year old University of Zambia student who recently made global headlines owing to a speech she delivered during a conference in Canada, where she aroused an audience of over 8000 people from all over the world and got standing ovations from three different heads of states including President Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya and Justin Trudeau of Canada.