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Commissioning of ultra-modern teaching, learning complex at UNZA in Pictures

Photo Gallery Commissioning of ultra-modern teaching, learning complex at UNZA in Pictures

President Edgar Lungu and UNZA Vice Chancellor Prof Luke Mumba during the commissioning of the new teaching and learning complex lecture theatre building at UNZA today.Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS
President Edgar Lungu and UNZA Vice Chancellor Prof Luke Mumba during the commissioning of the new teaching and learning complex lecture theatre building at UNZA today.Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS

 NEW TEACHING LEARNING COMPLEX  - The new state of the art teaching and learning complex which President Edgar Lungu has commissioned at the University of Zambia (UNZA).Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS
NEW TEACHING LEARNING COMPLEX – The new state of the art teaching and learning complex which President Edgar Lungu has commissioned at the University of Zambia (UNZA).Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS

 NEW TEACHING LEARNING COMPLEX  - The new state of the art teaching and learning complex which President Edgar Lungu has commissioned at the University of Zambia (UNZA).Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS
NEW TEACHING LEARNING COMPLEX – The new state of the art teaching and learning complex which President Edgar Lungu has commissioned at the University of Zambia (UNZA).Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS

President Edgar Lungu and UNZA Vice Chancellor Prof Luke Mumba during the commissioning of the new teaching and learning complex lecture theatre building at UNZA today.Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS
President Edgar Lungu and UNZA Vice Chancellor Prof Luke Mumba during the commissioning of the new teaching and learning complex lecture theatre building at UNZA today.Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS

President Edgar Lungu unveils the plaque  during the commissioning of the new teaching and learning complex lecture theatre building at UNZA today.Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS
President Edgar Lungu unveils the plaque during the commissioning of the new teaching and learning complex lecture theatre building at UNZA today.Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS

President Edgar Lungu cuts the Ribbon to officially commission the new teaching and learning complex lecture theatre building at UNZA today. Looking on (right) is UNZA Vice Chancellor Prof Luke Mumba. Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS
President Edgar Lungu cuts the Ribbon to officially commission the new teaching and learning complex lecture theatre building at UNZA today. Looking on (right) is UNZA Vice Chancellor Prof Luke Mumba. Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS

President Edgar Lungu and UNZA Vice Chancellor Prof Luke Mumba during the commissioning of the new teaching and learning complex lecture theatre building at UNZA today.Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS
President Edgar Lungu and UNZA Vice Chancellor Prof Luke Mumba during the commissioning of the new teaching and learning complex lecture theatre building at UNZA today.Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS

President Edgar Lungu having a feel of the new teaching and learning complex lecture theatre during the commissioning of the state of the art building at UNZA today.Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS
President Edgar Lungu having a feel of the new teaching and learning complex lecture theatre during the commissioning of the state of the art building at UNZA today.Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS

President Edgar Lungu having a feel of the new teaching and learning complex lecture theatre during the commissioning of the state of the art building at UNZA today.Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS
President Edgar Lungu having a feel of the new teaching and learning complex lecture theatre during the commissioning of the state of the art building at UNZA today.Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS

President Edgar Lungu having a feel of the new teaching and learning complex lecture theatre during the commissioning of the state of the art building at UNZA today.Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS
President Edgar Lungu having a feel of the new teaching and learning complex lecture theatre during the commissioning of the state of the art building at UNZA today.Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS

President Edgar Lungu having a feel of the new teaching and learning complex lecture theatre during the commissioning of the state of the art building at UNZA today.Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS
President Edgar Lungu having a feel of the new teaching and learning complex lecture theatre during the commissioning of the state of the art building at UNZA today.Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS

President Edgar Lungu having a feel of the new teaching and learning complex lecture theatre during the commissioning of the state of the art building at UNZA today.Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS
President Edgar Lungu having a feel of the new teaching and learning complex lecture theatre during the commissioning of the state of the art building at UNZA today.Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS

President Edgar Lungu having a feel of the new teaching and learning complex lecture theatre during the commissioning of the state of the art building at UNZA today.Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS
President Edgar Lungu having a feel of the new teaching and learning complex lecture theatre during the commissioning of the state of the art building at UNZA today.Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS

 NEW TEACHING LEARNING COMPLEX  - The new state of the art teaching and learning complex which President Edgar Lungu has commissioned at the University of Zambia (UNZA).Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS
NEW TEACHING LEARNING COMPLEX – The new state of the art teaching and learning complex which President Edgar Lungu has commissioned at the University of Zambia (UNZA).Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS

NEW TEACHING LEARNING COMPLEX – The new state of the art teaching and learning complex which President Edgar Lungu has commissioned at the University of Zambia (UNZA).Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS

NEW TEACHING LEARNING COMPLEX – The new state of the art teaching and learning complex which President Edgar Lungu has commissioned at the University of Zambia (UNZA).Picture by SUNDAY BWALYA/ZANIS

UNZA Vice Chancellor Luke Mumba
UNZA Vice Chancellor Luke Mumba

President Lungu

43 COMMENTS

  1. Captions are important ba LT Editor. A picture without a caption is like an egg without salt. BTW, there are rules that govern the maximum gradients and lengths of ramps. Its better to have no ramp than an unsafe one.

  2. Another pointless gathering amidst a pandemic…these politicians have no shame at all UNZA had to use its own resources to construction this yet this govt has failed lamentably to fund them fully…why didn’t he tour the existing accommodation and teaching facilities…first one to commission but last one to avail funding.

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  3. Top 10 high Ranking Universities in Africa

    1 University of Cape Town South Africa Cape Town
    2 University of the Witwatersrand South Africa Johannesburg
    3 Stellenbosch University South Africa Stellenbosch
    4 University of KwaZulu-Natal South Africa Durban
    =5 Aswan University Egypt Aswan
    =5 Durban University of Technology South Africa Durban
    =5 University of Ibadan Nigeria Ibadan
    =5 Makerere University Uganda Kampala
    =5 Mansoura University Egypt Dakahlia
    =10 Ferhat Abbas Sétif University 1 Algeria Setif
    =10 Lagos State University Nigeria Ojo, Ukeja and Epa
    =10 North-West University South Africa Potchefstroom, Mahikeng, Vanderbijlpark

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  4. Surely how can this President who went to UNZA not be ashamed at the state of this institution where he got his degree if it all it was him….its not even among the top 100 in the world. RSA has developed infrastructure yet there was time when people from RSA came to UNZA and CBU to study. 10 years of PF rule and UNZA is outdated and in disrepair due to lack of tangible investment….busy wasting millions on inflated contracts like the billions on a Highway.

  5. What a momentous day. This is a wonderful facility and we hope the students will treat it with respect and keep it well. We thank you. As for tarino why don’t you move to south Africa for comment on England times rather than coming here to criticize a country you are no longer citizen of? You are a very mentally retarded f00l. What is wrong with you tribal upnd f00ls based in diaspora? Were you bewitched

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  6. If only it can be maintained. I am sure they will be skipping maintenance schedules and divert that funding to salaries and other things. Tighten loosened screws, replace torn fabric, keep boards usable. Muzi samala vintu vimene mupanga a mambala

  7. @KZ. If you had brains google university’s in England. Two of the most renowned universities Oxford and Cambridge. How many Africans have benefitted from these two prestigious universities.

    Unlike your boss who is a ex convict stealing his clients money I wouldn’t be surprised if he bought his degree.

    Anybody graduating from UNZA would they be able to get a job firms like JP Morgan/TESLA/Google/Microsoft/ Goldman Sachs

    I doubt it

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  8. The most classic adage regarding trolling is, “Don’t feed the trolls.” Trolls seek out emotional responses and find provocation amusing, so replying to them or attempting to debate them will only make them troll more. By ignoring a troll completely, they will likely become frustrated and go somewhere else on the internet.

    You should try your best not to take anything trolls say seriously. No matter how poorly they behave, remember these people spend countless unproductive hours trying to make people mad. They’re not worth your time of day.

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  9. So,what is ultra modern about this ka just ORDINARY structure??When mediocrity is a norm even normal ordinary things become ” ultra modern ” or “State of the art”!!

  10. I just saw another clip on social media of Lazy Lungu “donating” a bus to CBU …please let’s get this right its NOT Lazy Lungu donating from his own pocket he is using taxpayers money to give to taxpayers what is already theirs, its like children asking their father to give them money for his birthday present …its ironic that in the 5th year in office he has now started splashing out money when his govt cannot afford to repay debts they have borrowed.

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  11. Come back after two years and see how dilapidated this lovely building will be… that’s the legacy of zambia & Africa at large… neglect

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  12. Chi black scouser, oxford and cambridge university did not prevent the death of thousands in UK and millions in Europe due to covid. So my friend continue worshipping your whlte gods there and we will worship our fellow black specialists who have done a way better job than developed world to contain covid with few deaths recorded all over the African continent.

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  13. bIack scouser, oxford and cambridge university did not prevent the death of thousands in UK and millions in Europe due to covid. So my friend continue worshipping your whlte gods there and we will worship our fellow bIack specialists who have done a way better job than developed world to contain covid with few deaths recorded all over the African continent.

  14. This isreally sad. What work do those folks do? All those folks left their offices just to go see amphitheaters. So many buildings have been put up at my alma mater (University of Oregon). Not even a mayor has gone there to inaugurate them.

  15. One reason why I can not vote for UPND is because they seem to have no direction. All they know is to criticize. Why can’t you learn to give credit where it is due. Any normal person would appreciate this development. To UPND everything is bad. Do they really know what is good for this country? You have lost my vote and those from my family for good.

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  16. Typical of inferiority complex and mentality of a dictator! This commissioning of small buildings and other trivial category infrastructure is a person fearing of being forgotten and appreciated after leaving the presidency thus commissioning everything by the head of state is to have his name splashed on infrastructure to paint a picture of a hard working president who once occupied plot one! The bus donation, bicycles and many more donations should be forth coming and Zambians must be wary that its an election year and stretched out Christmas to receive presents from politicians! Only that its taxpayers money buying the presents President Lungu and his PF party will be throwing around!

  17. The sore part is everything in those photos is imported…,…..

    It would be reassuring to know if anything was made in zambia. A morron like lungu wouldn’t care less……

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