By James Tembo Jnr FROM “EXE” TO COUNSEL There's this girl I know called Rachel. If you'd met Rachel a few years ago, you might think she's rapper from the 1980's or something. I highly suspect that was the case but she claims her "swag" was all in the name of exploration and trying to… Continue reading An Afternoon with James
Today was your first day at University. We hope you've had a good one and more importantly, that you felt welcomed. Please feel at home-you'll be spending a lot of time in this new environment. Here's a micro summary of what you should have picked up (or in case you missed orientation): 1. Study hard and… Continue reading And so it begins
Universal Serial Bus (USB) drives or flash drives are convenient devices for storing data because they're usually quite small making them portable. However, they're easy to lose and if you're like me, you've misplaced dozens of flash drives which might have even contained sensitive data like your curriculum vitae, copies of your ID, or even… Continue reading I can’t find my USB flash drive, now everybody can see my stuff!
Listen up first years! My name is Rob and I got some stuff to something to say! First off, Orientation. Why is it important? Since my final term of high school, I always had this passion to pursue a career in law. But my idea of what the law experience would be like was fueled… Continue reading Silulapwa’s Story: Memoirs from Law School
A few years ago, one of my professors gave the class a project in which we had to identify and explain fundamental arguments by Mlada Bukovansky in a paper she had worked on entitled “The Hollowness of Anti-Corruption Discourse”. My analysis of her work went something like this (I have removed much of the previous… Continue reading There’s a Power in Written Word
Malnutrition, and more especially under-nutrition is a challenge and serious public health concern. Two in five children under five in Zambia are stunted, which indicates chronic malnutrition. Severely malnourished children are more likely to die in comparison to their well-nourished peers. Stunted physique is attributed to under-nutrition, micro-nutrient deficiencies, mono-diets and poor WASH practices (Water,Sanitation,Hygiene).… Continue reading Nutrition and WASH (Water,Sanitation,Hygiene)
My interest in the topic Zambia’s Poverty levels stems from both a practical and theoretical awareness that something has gone horribly wrong in the economic balance of our nation. Poverty is an adversary that strongly exists in Africa and if we are to bridge the excruciating gap between the rich and the poor in Zambia… Continue reading Poverty in Zambia
In most instances, consumers have received goods and services that they did not demand for. Some consumers have even ended up paying for such unsolicited goods and services mainly because they never understood their rights and obligations. Thus, there is need to understand what constitutes unsolicited goods and services. Unsolicited goods or services are therefore,… Continue reading Unsolicited Goods and Services
This article is also available on the Financial Insight Zambia website* The rhetoric for the 2018 budget is “Accelerating fiscal fitness for sustained inclusive growth, without leaving anyone behind”. The Minister of Finance stated that one of the key macro-economic objectives of 2018 amongst other things, include a GDP growth of 5%. Subsequent, the IMF… Continue reading Will we experience inclusive growth ?
*To start off, we thought it would be a good idea for you to get a better sense of what mentoring is and how it will help you. Below is a little something from one of our international correspondents based in Namibia.* Mentorship. Often we hear this word and use it. It is mostly related… Continue reading Mentorship: active or passive?