Monthly Archives: November 2015

On ZIALE: Questions, concerns and the way forward

When the Zambia Institute of Advanced Legal Education (ZIALE) released its results two weeks ago, I expressed my concern at the low passing rate. I am not alone in this concern. I have been asked some questions. I would like to answer them in turn.

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“Boasting na njala”: Why ZIALE results don’t make sense

E. Munshya, LLM, MBA, M.Div. Fifty-one years after independence, we are a nation of “njala” and legal “load shedding”. In this context, it is not physical hunger I am talking about, but legal hunger. In a population of 15 million people, a paltry 1,500 are members of the Zambian bar. This is a crisis. It cannot continue any more. We

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