NCHANGA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION SECONDARY TEACHERS DIPLOMA – MAY, 2017 WE ARE ENROLLING FOR THE MAY 2017 INTAKE F...
Success will never lower its standards to accommodate you. You have to raise your standards to achieve it. God...
NCHANGA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION SECONDARY TEACHERS DIPLOMA – MAY, 2017 WE ARE ENROLLING FOR THE MAY 2017 INTAKE FOR FULL-TIME IN THE FOLLOWING SUBJECTS: ENGLISH LANGUAGE CIVIC EDUCATION MATHEMATICS RELIGIOUS EDUCATION QUALIFICATION: FIVE (5) ‘O’ LEVELS INCLUDING ENGLISH Application Fee: K50.00 WHY CHOOSE NCHANGA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION? SIMPLE! AFFORDABLE FEES QUALIFIED AND EXPERIENCED STAFF FOR […] Read more
Success will never lower its standards to accommodate you. You have to raise your standards to achieve it. God provides food for every bird but not in its nest. Rise up to the challenges ahead of you and conquer your fears-Unknown. Share on: WhatsApp Read more
…from selling chickens to running the fastest growing micro finance firm “I was fired when I was on a work trip to Hong Kong, in fact when I was connecting from London to Hong Kong, I found my Secretary’s missed calls but I didn’t return them not until I landed in Hong Kong that is […] Read more
By MAURICE MAKALU The year is 2013. The town is Chingola. How do you teach people to fish for themselves? I had what I thought was a brilliant idea: teach entrepreneurship to youths by tapping the knowledge of seasoned and successful entrepreneurs. My own voyaging on this earth has taught me that to a four […] Read more
Success eludes a lot of us because the path to it, though plain, is hidden. The veil that hides it is a “paradox.” A paradox is something that looks like it is a contradiction and therefore wrong or false, when it is actually true. Religion, culture and tradition have various ways to communicate this fundamental […] Read more
Minister of Finance Alexander Chikwanda has urged management at Northern Coffee Corporation Limited to incorporate more out grower schemes in the production of coffee. Mr Chikwanda said the increase in out grower schemes in the coffee industry will benefit the small holder farmers and also increase productivity. He said the coffee industry has potential to […] Read more
By Steve Mark Misori in Kenya Youth offers the promise of happiness, but life offers the realities of grief. Nicholas Sparks believes that in our youth, we forget that sorrow exists and only in adulthood do we feel the pain of sorrow. This in itself does not mean that youths are insensitive; it only means […] Read more
It is pointless to ask God for direction if you are not willing to move your feet. Every breakthrough and every success story is the combination of divine power and human effort. God brought manna to Israel but He didn’t make it fall inside their tents, neither did God pick it up and chew it […] Read more
By Staff Writer PF Secretary General Mumbi Phiri has called on Ndola residents that may know the boy above Emmanuel Sikazwe to contact her directly or the PF leadership in Ndola. Emmanuel is a 15-year-old boy from Ndola’s Twapya Township that makes cooking sticks and wooden spoons to pay his school fees and feed his […] Read more
LUANSHYA District Commissioner Harold Mbaulu is happy that his district has received over 80 per cent of farming inputs. Mr Mbaulu said distribution of the same inputs has started for the 2015/ 2016 under Farming Input Support Programme (FISP). The DC said the FISP distribution exercise which begun last week had so far attended to […] Read more
The honeymoon is over in Botswana, where the diamond industry that led the world has fallen on hard times. The discovery of the gems nearly half a century ago transformed the southern African nation from a dusty farming backwater into one of the continent’s wealthiest societies. Thousands of miles of dirt roads were paved and […] Read more
THE world celebrated the International Day of Cooperatives on 4th July 2015. It should be known that creating a strong economy implies doing more than just asking for jobs or servicing people in municipalities and government departments but giving ownership to the communities within their boundaries is the most ideal situation. Empowerment comes when people […] Read more
What’s the difference between effective vs. ineffective people? Effective people take responsibility for their own success. Related: What Truly Matters Most in Life and in the Game of Business In short, they don’t wait around for the company to hand them a mentor and a plan. Effective people take action to get things done — especially if they’re […] Read more
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