Nurse’s Council Shuts College In Chingola

The General Nursing Council of Zambia (GNCZ) have shutdown Comnet College of Health Sciences and Arts in Chingola for operating illegally as a Nursing School. And the Council had also order Citizens University of Nchanga North in the same district … Continued

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The General Nursing Council of Zambia (GNCZ) have shutdown Comnet College of Health Sciences and Arts in Chingola for operating illegally as a Nursing School. And the Council had also order Citizens University of Nchanga North in the same district to stop offering nursing courses until it puts in place improved training standards. Speaking after a tour of Colleges, GNCZ Spokesperson Tom Yung’ana said it was disappointing that Citizens University had even gone ahead to recruit over 100 students for nursing course before being licensed. “For you, you have even gone ahead masquerading as a College that has been approved to train nurses and consequently you have started recruiting students. We have a combination of what you are calling registered student nurse and clinical officer meanwhile you are not regirstred to do that,” Yung’ana said. And Comnet College of Health Sciences and Arts Acting Registrar Green Teleka pleaded with the Council that the college be given time to regularise documents. He admitted that the institution was wrong and stood ready to correct the situation. “What we are just pleading, yes we are wrong we are just pleading. We intend to do this. Since we have been doing this with other courses, we prepared ourselves even with that building we did everything,” the visibly shaken Teleka said. Meanwhile, at Citizens University, Mr Yong’ana was disappointed that unsuspecting Citizens were being duped of their monies by institutions that are not registered. “today we have asked managed of this campus to stop training those students because this institution is not registered with us”, He stated. And Citizens University Registrar Kay Muyunga said the institution was not aware of some of the requirements and was ready to formalise its documents The post Nurse’s Council Shuts College In Chingola appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Bus Strike Enters Third Day

[News24Wire] The nationwide bus strike enters its third day on Friday as employers and unions return to the negotiating table to make another attempt at striking a deal.

[News24Wire] The nationwide bus strike enters its third day on Friday as employers and unions return to the negotiating table to make another attempt at striking a deal.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

King Renames Swaziland As Eswatini, Citing Colonialism and Switzerland

[Deutsche Welle] The king of the tiny African nation of Swaziland announced the kingdom’s new name would be eSwatini. Unlike some other countries, Swaziland maintained its colonial name after independence.

[Deutsche Welle] The king of the tiny African nation of Swaziland announced the kingdom's new name would be eSwatini. Unlike some other countries, Swaziland maintained its colonial name after independence.

source: AllAfrica News: Swaziland

Triton Signs First Binding Sale Agreement for Graphite

[AIM] London -The Australian mining company Triton Minerals, which holds the rights to three graphite deposits in the northern Mozambican province of Cabo Delgado, on Thursday announced that it has reached its first binding agreement for the sale of it…

[AIM] London -The Australian mining company Triton Minerals, which holds the rights to three graphite deposits in the northern Mozambican province of Cabo Delgado, on Thursday announced that it has reached its first binding agreement for the sale of its product.

source: AllAfrica News: Mozambique

Envoy – Rwanda Will Push for Alignment of UN Programmes Tailored to Challenges

[New Times] Early this week in New York, Rwanda was elected to the executive board of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), for a term of three years beginning 1st January 2019.

[New Times] Early this week in New York, Rwanda was elected to the executive board of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), for a term of three years beginning 1st January 2019.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Manufacturer Blames Cigarettes Shortage on Tax Stamps

[New Times] Weeks after their cigarettes begun to completely disappear from local shops, bar and mall shelves, British American Tobacco (BAT); the manufacturers of Intore, Dunhill Switch and Dunhill Lights brands have blamed the shortage on tax stamps.

[New Times] Weeks after their cigarettes begun to completely disappear from local shops, bar and mall shelves, British American Tobacco (BAT); the manufacturers of Intore, Dunhill Switch and Dunhill Lights brands have blamed the shortage on tax stamps.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Overseas Buildings Project On the Cards, Kolimba Says

[Daily News] Dodoma -THE Foreign Affairs and East African Co-operation ministry has put in place a second 15-year development plan for construction, purchase and rehabilitation of buildings for High Commissions and residences abroad which started in th…

[Daily News] Dodoma -THE Foreign Affairs and East African Co-operation ministry has put in place a second 15-year development plan for construction, purchase and rehabilitation of buildings for High Commissions and residences abroad which started in the financial year 2017/2018, the National Assembly heard yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Nyirenda Calls 30 For Chipolopolo Camp

Chipolopolo coach Wedson Nyirenda has summoned 30 players for a local camp that commences on Sunday. Nyirenda has handed call-ups to Kitwe United’s Emmanuel Chabula and New Monze Swallows striker Peter Nyirenda keeping faith to his philosophy of an open … Continued

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Chipolopolo coach Wedson Nyirenda has summoned 30 players for a local camp that commences on Sunday. Nyirenda has handed call-ups to Kitwe United’s Emmanuel Chabula and New Monze Swallows striker Peter Nyirenda keeping faith to his philosophy of an open door policy. The camp will be part of the long term preparations for next month’s Cosafa Castle Cup Senior Challenge that will be held in South Africa. Zambia will play Namibia in the quarter finals of the Cosafa Castle Cup that will be played from May 27 to June 10 in Limpopo Province of South Africa. The Chipolopolo boys were runners up at last year’s Cosafa Castle Cup with the local camps preceding the tournament having brought to the fore hitherto unheralded names like Justin Shonga, Brian Mwila, Augustine Mulenga and Ernest Mbewe. Nyirenda also has one eye on Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers that resume in September when Zambia plays Namibia. FULL SQUAD (GOALKEEPERS) Allan Chibwe (Power Dynamos), Ken Mumba (Red Arrows), Sebastian Mange (Lusaka Dynamos) (DEFENDER) Thandi Mwape (Kabwe Warriors), Paul Banda (Lusaka Dynamos), Martin Kaonga (Nakambala Leopards), George Chilufya, Jimmy Nakena, (Zanaco), Bournwell Silengo, Solomon Sakala (Zesco United), Isaac Shamujompa (Buildcon), Boniface Sunzu (Green Eagles), Kedson Kamanga (Nkwazi), Allan Kamwanga junior (Power Dynamos) (MIDFIELDERS) Mischeck Chaila (Zesco United), Jack Chirwa (Green Buffaloes), Ngosa Sunzu (Buildcon), Clatous Chama, Mwila Phiri (Lusaka Dynamos), Larry Bwalya, Benson Sakala (Power Dynamos), Charles Zulu (Zanaco) (STRIKERS) Martin Phiri (Zanaco), Lameck Banda (Zesco United), Youremember Banda (Green Buffaloes), Peter Nyirenda (Monze Swallows), Chanda Mushili (Buildcon), Kelvin Kampamba (Power Dynamos), Ronald Kampamba (Nkana), Emmanuel Chabula (Kitwe United) (Source: FAZ Media) The post Nyirenda Calls 30 For Chipolopolo Camp appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Guidelines On Addressing E-Wastes Almost Complete

[Daily News] Dodoma -AS application of electronic devices is increasing in the country, electronic wastes (e-waste) management is becoming a challenge that has pushed the government to develop a Generic Waste Management Guideline to tackle the problem.

[Daily News] Dodoma -AS application of electronic devices is increasing in the country, electronic wastes (e-waste) management is becoming a challenge that has pushed the government to develop a Generic Waste Management Guideline to tackle the problem.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania