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UNZA, CBU To Re-Open Month End

Seventeen (17) new cholera cases have been recorded in the last 24 hours countrywide of which 15 are from Lusaka and 2 from outside Lusaka.

Meanwhile, higher learning institutions including University of Zambia and the Copperbelt University are expected to reopen by the end of February.

Giving an update on the new cholera cases, ministry of health permanent secretary for administration Dr Kennedy Malama said of the new cases recorded in Lusaka, 4 are from Chipata compound, 5 from Kanyama , 2 from Matero, 3 from Chawama, and 1 from Chelstone chamba valley area.

Dr Malama adds that a total of 4,008 cumulative cases have been recorded since the outbreak in October last year of which, 3744 have been recorded in Lusaka.

And Dr Malama says the ministry is on course in reaching the targeted population of (1,025,915) in administering both the first and second dosage of the cholera vaccine.

Meanwhile, the ministry of higher education has announced that ALL higher learning institutions will reopen by the end of February.

Speaking at the same briefing, permanent secretary Mabvuto Sakala says while some institutions will reopen before the month end, UNZA will take longer to reopen because it has old infrastructure and requires a lot of work pertaining to sanitation to bring it to the required standards as requested by the health inspectors.

Source: Qfm

25 Comments

  1. Xando

    Hope the allowances will be ready by then. The minister shud have mercy, esp with regards to what happens to the police during riot. Next time we shall c exchange of live bullets between the police and students

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  2. ECL

    Ba luo na ba lungu ,,,, u av totaly failed …. ts ok we wl c n 2021

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  3. Umuntu

    Stop inciting students we shall see the exchange of live bullets between you and your family rubbish idiot

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    • Xando

      It is not us who made um fail yo simple grade twelve exams umuntu

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    • Xando

      I c that umuntu yo statement is an idiosyncratic to Trisomy 21 or Klinefelter syndromes. Yo sycosis cannot help u realise that yo acute diarrhoea is developing to chronicle one. U mean u fool can’t see that each riot is becoming more intense in comparison to the previous one?? Prevention is better than cure u primitive non-life deserving creature. It is anomaly for a brainy person in my case to c flawlessness in riot;hence u can’t predict. Since Loose, pale yellow, fowl – smelling stool have started leaking from u ,The Dr treating yo cryptosporidiasis shud stop waiting Nitaxozanide and interleukin-2 on u. Implacable resentment is a shade of yo character u imbecile. Next time place yo arguement in an appropriate decoration with all the out-most circumspection..hehehe….

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  4. rural hardship

    government should stop giving allowance to students
    .they are destroying the economy
    .some grz workers don’t get allowance even if they work in rural feel for them

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    • Xando

      Ba rural,u reason like a zygote. The allowances are preverages for intelligent students who have given themselves to swim in crucial careers like medicine,law.etc which u are enjoying in form of service. It is the same allowances which have helped several ministers,presidents and other credential government workers to live their dreams. Is this clicking now Mr ignorant?

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    • Xando

      Ba rural,u reason like a zygote. The allowances are preverages for intelligent students who have given themselves to swim in crucial careers like medicine,law.etc which u are enjoying in form of service. It is the same allowances which have helped several ministers,presidents and other credential government workers to live their dreams. Is this clicking now Mr ignorant? If u passed yo simple grade 12 exams well,I believe,u wud have thought critically before giving us this cherry baked,a mixture of self-serving and misinterpretation.

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  5. Chi

    WO has failed fool , u ar 4gettin dat the very person is cleanin yo rubbish.fool

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  6. Phineas Fubwe

    Zambia is a christian nation.Let’s not forget that when deal
    ing with students.

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  7. Phineas

    Respect human life&never risk it!

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  8. Sinta

    One way of stealing money ba government

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  9. bn

    its ok we agree to what the govt says lets open on february monthd

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  10. Oh 👌 cool

    Less wait patiently

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  11. Nikuno mwangala

    The decision to clean up these institution by government must be applauded, glad to hear that universities will now reopen

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  12. francis

    my gvt why evrythg going totary wrong

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  13. rural hardship

    xando you a moron who only think of yourself
    .you have never been to unza
    what your computer number. you idiot

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    • Xando

      Ba Rural awe kwena mulibakumushi + madness. U are the one who think of yoself.if u don’t,y do u want the government to stop giving allowances to these poor intelligent students? I c,u are totally toiletorially territorial. I have feeling u are a survivor of abortion & mental retardation is yo cup of tea. There4,u need sympathomimetic,N-methylamphetamine for yo problem not advice. Learn to reason u embacile without forced displacement of stored catecholamines. For yo infor, not like u who have bin to Pomushindo university,I have been a beneficially of those allowances..don’t just mew on no scores Mr ignorant

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  14. Mcheiz

    Umuntu useless creature,,,,,,,,stop condom manners hippo iwe

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  15. dush

    Hope the decision is final

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  16. Gift Phiri

    Lets Wait Be Quaet

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  17. Roy G

    Lets wait and c.

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  18. Elicsib

    Wen will schools open

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