PRESS RELEASE: UNZA Don Appointed Chairperson Of The Capital Markets Tribunal

Lusaka – 22nd May, 2020.

University of Zambia (UNZA) Lecturer and Researcher in the School of Law, Mrs. Chanda Nkoloma Tembo has been appointed and sworn in as Chairperson of the Capital Markets Tribunal a body established under the Securities Act of 2016.

Mrs. Tembo who was sworn in by the Chief Justice, Hon. Madam Justice Irene Mambilima on 20th May, 2020 is a lecturer in Intellectual Property law, the Law of Evidence, Civil and Criminal procedure at UNZA.

In a congratulatory message to Mrs. Tembo, Chairperson of the Caretaker Committee, Ms. Namucana Musiwa says Mrs. Tembo’s appointment enhances the reputation and image of the University of Zambia as a repository and reservoir of knowledge and competence. She has wished Mrs. Tembo God’s grace and guidance as she leads the Tribunal.

Meanwhile, University of Zambia Vice Chancellor Prof. Luke Evuta Mumba, says the institution is very proud of Mrs. Chanda Tembo’s appointment. “UNZA is extremely proud of your achievement and we are confident that you will serve the nation with utmost professionalism and commitment emanating from the experience you have acquired over the years” Prof. Mumba says.

Mrs. Tembo is currently serving as Assistant Dean, Post Graduate Studies in the School of Law. She was admitted to practice as an advocate of the High Court of Zambia in 2001. She holds a Master of Laws Degree in Intellectual Property Law, from Mahatma Gandhi University Kottayam, Kerala, India and a Bachelor of Laws Degree from the University of Zambia. She also holds a Diploma in Legislative Drafting from the Institute of Advanced Legal Education (ZIALE).

Issued By:

Dr. Brenda Bukowa (PhD)
A/Head – Communication and Marketing
University of Zambia (UNZA)

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One Response to “PRESS RELEASE: UNZA Don Appointed Chairperson Of The Capital Markets Tribunal”


    Congratulations madam may God continue blessing you and our mother Zambia.

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