Archive for March 16th, 2007

source: allAfrica

The Times of Zambia (Ndola)
March 15, 2007

Lusaka

PALIAMENT yesterday unanimously passed a motion urging the Government to extend the policy of free education in Zambia to grade 12.

This is in view of the high poverty levels in the country and the resultant high rate of school dropouts at grades seven and nine.
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Speaker of the National Assembly, Amusaa Mwanawasa, put the motion to a vote by acclamation to which the whole House voted in the affirmative.

In moving the motion, Mapatizya MP Ackson Sejani (UPND) said he recognised [continue reading]