First Lady, Esther Lungu (red dress), has enrolled at the University of Zambia to pursue a degree programme in Special Education under the Institute of Distance Education which is in line with her passion to help the vulnerable and disadvantaged people in society. The First Lady poses for a group photo with Director, Institute of Distance Education, Prof. Boniface Namangala (2nd left), UNZA Librarian, Ms Christine Kanyengo (right) and other staff on Tuesday, 9th January 2018.

Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Luke Mumba (left) and Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Enala Tembo-Mwase (right) participate in the cleaning exercise at the Great East Road campus on Thursday, 11th January 2018.

In the wake of the cholera outbreak and indeed following the ministerial statement to postpone the opening of schools and tertiary institutions, Management of the University of Zambia wishes to inform all its students at Great East Road campus and those at Ridgeway Campus to immediately return back to their homes.

UNZA Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Luke Mumba (middle left), Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Enala Tembo-Mwase (4th left) and one of the USA Friends of UNZA, Dr. Anil Patel (middle right) pose for a group photo with other senior UNZA staff in the Senate Chamber on Thursday, 4th January 2018.

UNZA students join national efforts of security personnel to fight the outbreak of cholera in Lusaka City. In the picture, the students from the School of Education clean a drainage buried with solid waste and sand in George compound on Thursday, 4th January 2018.

Minister of Higher Education, Hon. Prof. Nkandu Luo, MP (middle), officiates the 47th Graduation Ceremony of the University of Zambia with UNZA Chancellor, Dr. Jacob Mwanza (right), Vice-Chancelor, Prof. Luke Mumba (2nd right), Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Enala Tembo-Mwase (left) and UNZA Caretaker Committee of Council, Ms Namucana Musiwa (2nd left). The Graduation Ceremony was held from 18th - 22nd December 2017.