International Students

INFORMATION PLATFORM FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS

Remarks by the Vice Chancellor – Professor HellicyC. Ng’ambi (PhD)

You are warmly welcome to the Mulungushi University page and may I hasten to thank you for finding time to read through this page. At this juncture, allow me to inform you that Mulungushi University is the third public university in Zambia which came onto the Zambian higher education scene in 2008. Since then, it has grown in leaps and bounds and it is today recognized as one of the famous Universities both home and abroad.

As Mulungushi University, we pride ourselves in our RARE (Responsible, Accountable, Relevant, Ethical) value system which makes us indeed a RARE university. Arising from this unique RARE value system, we put high premium in producing graduates of high moral standing; that value humanity and that has respect for public resources, that is corrupt-free, and that is morally upright. And in order to inculcate these attributes into our students, we have a signature course that is mandatory to all our students as they enter their first year called “Sustainable Behaviour in Society”

Dear prospective students and sponsors, may I disclose to you that due to our industry-tailored programmes, graduates of Mulungushi University are the most sought by industry. This will be the case even for you if you chose to study with us.

Other reasons why you should study with us are as follows:

  • We have a wells stocked Library
  • We offer furnished hostels
  • We have a serene environment conducive for learning and teaching away from the hustle and bustle of town
  • We have highly qualified and experience academic and administrative staff to attend to all your needs and queries.

To buttress it up, Zambia is a very peaceful and friendly country and Mulungushi University will make you feel home away from home.

I personally had opportunities to study both in Zambia and at international universities.I remember my own days studying abroad when I was a graduate student. I am still grateful for the opportunity to 

have spent time living in another country, rather than merely passing through as a visitor. I not only learned a great deal about other cultures, but I also learned a lot about myself and about my abilities. Congratulations for choosing to push yourself in pursuit of that kind of experience. I therefore, wish you the best as you go through our website and try to pick the programme of your choice. Please, do so!

Where is Zambia?

Zambiais a land-linked country in South-CentralAfrica , neighbouring the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the north, Tanzania to the north-east, Malawi to the east, Mozambique to the south-east, Zimbabwe and Botswana to the south, Namibia to the south-west, and Angola to the west. The capital city of Zambia is Lusaka, located in the south-central part of Zambia. The population of Zambia is concentrated mainly around Lusaka and the Copperbelt Province to the north-west.

Zambia lies between 8 and 18° S, and 22 and 34°E.

Zambia Geography

Zambia is 752,614 square kilometres (290,586 square miles) in size. The population as at January, 2019 stood at17, 894,354million.

Zambia sits mostly on a plateau with an average height of between 1000m and 1,360m above sea level. The higher points are the Mafinga Hills which are located by the border with Malawi in the east. Otherwise, Zambia is mostly flat with the occasional hills.

Languages

Zambia has more than seventy-three (73) languages. English is the official language of Zambia. Other main languages are Bemba, Nyanja, Tonga, Lozi, Lunda, Kaonde, Tumbuka, and Luvale.

Location

Mulungushi University (MU) comprises three (3) campuses; the Great North Road Campus located 26 kilometers North of Kabwe, on the banks of Mulungushi River; the Kabwe Town Campus located along Mubanga Road, off Munkoyo Street in the heart of Kabwe town and the School of Medicine and Health Sciences hosted by Livingstone Teaching Hospital in Livingstone.

What importance does the University place on international students?

Mulungushi University is proud to be a university that is open to the world and for that reason, we always do our best to ensure that you have the best academic and personal experience of your life! And, of course, you will have the opportunity to experience the famous Zambian hospitality with the help of your fellow students and lecturers, and also with the help of a city and its people that will make you feel at home.

Do International Students pay the same tuition fees as the other students?

Yes, International students pay the same fees as Zambian students, the only difference is the application fee which is K150 for Zambian students and $50 for International students.

 

The Schedules of fees are stipulated below:

Fees for fulltime programmes

SCHEDULE OF FEES FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2019/2020

SCHOOL

Description of fees

SEMESTER ONE     ZMK

SEMESTER TWO     ZMK

PER ANNUM           ZMK

Agriculture and Natural Resources (SANR)

Tuition

10,045.00

10,045.00

20,090.00

Registration

1,410.00

0

1,410.00

Total

11,455.00

10,045.00

21,500.00

Business Studies (SBS)

Tuition

9,785.00

9,785.00

19,570.00

Registration

1,410.00

0

1,410.00

Total

11,195

9,785.00

20,980.00

Education  (SoE)

Tuition

5,624.00

5,624.00

11,248.00

Registration

1,410.00

0

1,410.00

Total

7,034.00

5,624.00

12,658.00

Medicine (SoM)

Tuition

12,050.00

12,050.00

24,100.00

Registration

1,410.00

0

1,410.00

Practical/Research

Field work

1,575.00

0

1,575.00

Total

15,035.00

12,050.00

27, 085.00

Science, Engineering and Technology (SSET)

Tuition

10,045.00

10,045.00

20,090.00

Registration

1,410.00

0

1,410.00

Total

11,455

10,045.00

21,500.00

Social Sciences (SSS)

Tuition

9,785.00

9,785.00

19,570.00

Registration

1,410.00

0

1,410.00

Total

11,195

9,785.00

20,980.00

Fees for distance programmes

SCHEDULE OF FEES FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2019/2020

SCHOOL

Description of fees

SEMESTER ONEZMK

SEMESTER TWO     ZMK

PER ANNUMZMK

Agriculture and Natural Resources (SANR)

Tuition

7,960.00

6,955.00

14,915.00

Registration

1,005.00

0

1,005.00

Total

8,965.00

6,955.00

15,920.00

Business Studies (SBS)

Tuition

7,855.00

6,850.00

14,705.00

Registration

1,005.00

0

1,005.00

Total

8,860.00

6,850.00

15,710.00

Education  (SoE)

Tuition

5,550.00

4,545.00

10,095.00

Registration

1,005.00

0

1,005.00

Total

6,555.00

4,545.00

11,100.00

Science, Engineering and Technology (SSET)

Tuition

7,960.00

6,955.00

14,915.00

Registration

1,005.00

0

1,005.00

Total

8,965.00

6,955.00

15,920.00

Social Sciences (SSS)

Tuition

7,855.00

6,850.00

14,705.00

Registration

1,005.00

0

1,005.00

Fees for postgraduate programmes

SCHEDULE OF FEES FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2019/2020

Description of fees

SEMESTER ONE

ZMK

SEMESTER TWOZMK

PER ANNUMZMK

School of Business and School of Social Sciences

Tuition

8,730.00

7,725.00

16,455.00

Registration

1,005.00

0

1,005.00

Total

9,735.00

7,725.00

17,460.00

Other Schools

Tuition

8,730.00

6,155.00

14,885.00

Registration

1,005.00

0

1,005.00

Total

9,735.00

6,155.00

15,890.00

 Do you offer accommodation to International students?

Yes, the University offers both self-catering and non-self-catering student accommodation on first come first served basis. Inevitably, foreign students are given preference. You can book for your accommodation on-line once  50% payment of your semester fees has been deposited in the University account.

Below is the table outlining the fees for accommodation for fulltime students:

APPLICABLE TO STUDENTS WISHING TO BE ACCOMMODATED IN THE UNIVERSITY HOSTELS AND FEED FROM THE UNIVERSITY CAFETARIA

 

SEMESTER ONE   ZMK

SEMESTER TWO          ZMK

PER ANNUM                   ZMK

Boarding Fees

4,710.00

4,710.00

9,420.00

 Lodging Fees

               1,260.00

1,260.00

 

2,520.00

TOTAL  SEMESTER FEES

5,970.00

5,970.00

11,940.00

 Does the University have a well stocked Library?

 Mulungushi University Library is committed to supporting excellence in Teaching, Learning and Research, by providing relevant reading material (books and e-resources that support current courses being offered) to its end users. The continuous acquisition of new books has boosted the library collection. The purchase of library text books is guided by the Library’s Collection Development Policy.

Mulungushi University Library

Obtaining a Study Permit

Study Permit is granted to a foreign national who intends to study at a recognized learning Institution in Zambia.  Recognized learning Institutions are those that are registered with the Ministry of Education and accredited by the higher education authority.

Persons planning to undertake formal studies at Mulungushi University which is a registered and accredited education institution in Zambia should apply for a Student Permit before travel to Zambia.

Procedure for Applying for a Study Permit

Study permits are issued to Non-Zambians who come to study in Zambia.  Applicants who are not resident in Zambia must submit their applications while outside the country.

Application Steps

  • Complete application form (form 20) Obtainable from the website
  • Obtain two recent passport size photographs
  • Police clearance from applicant's country of permanent residence. This applies to applicants  who are applying from outside Zambia and are 18 years and above

Collect supporting documentation

  • Photocopies of current passport;
  • Letter of acceptance from the Institution/school;
  • Status of the host, parent or guardian if any;
  • Chest X-Ray report
  • Write a cover letter to Chief Immigration Officer

Applying For Extension Of Study Permit

  • Cover letter from the host/Institution
  • Original Permit
  • Latest results transcript / progress report
  • Prescribed fee
  • Application form 11Obtainable from the website

Applying For Variation By Change Of School On A Study Permit

  • Covering letter from the applicant addressed to the DGI
  • Acceptance letter from new school
  • Duly completed Form 9
  • Original Permit
  • Latest results transcript / progress report from previous school
  • Prescribed Fee

Fees For Study Permit

STUDY PERMIT FEES FOR GOVERNMENT, QUASI-GOVERNMENT, NON-GOVERNMENTAL AND OTHER NON-PROFIT MAKING ORGANIZATIONS

Issuance

K1,125.00

Renewal

K1,500.00

Duplicate

K1,125.00

Variation

K1,500.00

 How to apply for a study permit

Applying for a study permit can be done through the nearest Zambian embassy and below are some of the addresses through which you can apply for your study permit:

Zambian Embassy in Harare, Zimbabwe
Zambia House
48 Kwame Nkrumah Avenue
P.O. Box 4698
Harare
Zimbabwe

TELEPHONE

(+263) 24 773 777 / 80

FAX

(+263) 24 773 782

EMAIL

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Zambian High Commission in Lilongwe, Malawi
Area 40/2, City Centre
P.O. Box 30138
Lilongwe 3
Malawi

 TELEPHONE (+265) 1 772 590 (+265) 1 772 635

FAX (+265) 1 772 114
(+265) 1 773 880

 EMAIL

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Zambian Embassy in Kinshasa, the Democratic Republic of the Congo
54-58 ave de l'Ecole
BP 1144
Kinshasa
Congo (Democratic Republic)

 TELEPHONE (+243) 81 556 5995(+243) 81 556 5994

EMAIL

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 Zambian High Commission in Windhoek, Namibia
22 Sam Nujoma Drive
Cnr. MandumeNdemufayo Avenue
P.O. Box 22882
Windhoek
Namibia

TELEPHONE(+264) (61) 237 610 / 1

FAX(+264) (61) 228 162

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WEBSITEwww.zahico.iway.na

 

Zambian High Commission in Nairobi, Kenya

Nyerere Road (Opposite Uhuru Park)
P.O. Box 48741
Nairobi
Kenya

TELEPHONE(+254) 786 756 263(+254) (20) 259 3058

FAX(+254) (20) 2718 494

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Zambian High Commission in Gaborone, Botswana

Plot No. 1120 Queens Road, The Mall
P.O. Box 362
Gaborone
Botswana

TELEPHONE   (+267) 3951 951

FAX (+267) 3953 952

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Zambian High Commission in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania
Plots 5 & 6 Ohio Street
Sokoine Drive
Dar-es-Salaam
Tanzania

TELEPHONE (+255) 22 212 5529 (+255) 22 211 2977

FAX (+255) 22 212 5637

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Zambian High Commission in South Africa

 Zambia House
570 Ziervoel Avenue
Arcadia
0083
P.O.Box 12234
Hatfield
0083
Pretoria
South Africa

Phone+27-12-326-1854

Fax+27-12-326-2140

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Programmes on offer

We offer both fulltime and distance programmes across our six Schools as follows:

FULL TIME AND DISTANCE LEARNING UNDERGRADUATE, POSTGRADUATE DEGREE AND DOCTORAL (PhD) PROGRAMMES

  1. 1.       SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCES (SANR)

 

  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Agriculture (Fulltime only)***
  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) in  Land and Water Resources Management (Fulltime only)***
  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Climatology (Fulltime only)***
  • Bachelor of Science(BSc) in Environmental Studies (Fulltime only)***
  • Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management (Fulltime&Distance Learning)***

 

Masters Programmes

  • Master in Transformative Community Development (Distance Learning)
  • Master in Disaster Studies (MDS) (Distance Learning)
  • Master in Climate Change and Sustainable Development (MCSD) (Distance Learning)
  •  Master of Science in Agribusiness (MScAgrB) (Full-Time and Distance Learning)
  • Master of Science in Agricultural Risk Management (MScAgRM) (Full-Time and Distance Learning)

 

  1. 2.      SCHOOL OF BUSINESS STUDIES (SBS)

All programmes are available on both Fulltime and Distance

 

2.1        Department of Law, Labour and Human Resource Management

 

  • Bachelor of Laws (LL.B)
  • Bachelor of Human Resource Management (BHRM)
  • Bachelor of Labour and Employment Relations (BLER)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Labour and Human Resource Management(BALHRM)

2.2       Department of Business Studies

  • Bachelor of Marketing (BM)
  • Bachelor of Marketing and Advertising (BMA)
  • Bachelor of Communications in

-          Public Relations (BComPR)

-          Journalism (BCoMJm)

  • Bachelor of Commerce (BCom)**in

-Accounting and Finance

-Marketing

-Business Management

  • Bachelor of Business Administration and Entrepreneurship (BBAE)**
  • Bachelor of Banking and Finance (BBF)**
  • Bachelor of Accounting and Finance (BAF) **
  • Bachelor of Purchasing and Supply Management (BPSM)**

 

Masters Programmes

  • Master of Laws (LLM) (Distance Learning)
  • Master in Business Administration (MBA) (Distance Learning)
  • Master of Labour and Employment Relations (MLER) (Distance Learning)
  • Master of Marketing  (MM) (Distance Learning)
  • Master of Science in Human Resource Management (MScHRM)(Distance Learning)

 

  1. 3.      SCHOOL OF EDUCATION ( SOE)

 (All programmes are offered on both Full-time and Distance)

 

3.1       SCIENCE BASED

  •  Bachelor Science (BSc) in  ICT with Education ***
  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Mathematics with Education ***
  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Agriculture with Education ***
  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Mathematics and ICT with Education ***
  • Bachelor of Business Administration &Entrepreneurship with Education (BBAE ED)
  • Bachelor of Science with Education (BSc ED) ***,  in any two of the following subjects, one being a major and the other a minor:

          -Biology

         -Chemistry

         -Physics

         -Mathematics

 3.2       ARTS BASED

  • Bachelor of Arts with Education  (BA ED) ,  in any two of the following subjects, one being a major and the other a minor

         -English Language

         -Zambian languages

          -French

         -Chinese

        -Civic Education

       -Religious Studies

       -Physical Education and Sports (PES)

       -History

      -Geography3.3       BUSINESS BASED

  • Bachelor of Business Studies with  Education (BBSED)**

 3.4   Bachelor of Primary Education

 Postgraduate (PG) Diploma

  • Postgraduate (PG) Diploma in Teaching Methodology (Distance Learning)

Masters Programmes

(Available on distance learning)

  • Master of Science in Linguistics (MScLin)
  • Master of Art in History (MAHis)
  • Master of Civic Education and Transformational Leadership (MCETL)
  • Master of Education (MEd) -Curriculum Studies;
  • Master of Education (MEd) -Educational Management, Administration and Leadership
  • Master of Education (MEd) –Monitoring, Assessment, Measurement and Evaluation;
  • Master of Education (MEd) -Educational Policy and Planning.

 4        SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AND HEALTH SCIENCES (SoMHS)

  •  Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of  Surgery  (MBChB) ***

 5        SCHOOL OF SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY (SSET)

  • Bachelor of Science (BSc)  in Computer Science ***(Fulltime only)
  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Information Technology***(Fulltime only)
  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Statistics***(Fulltime and Distance )
  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Mathematics and Statistics***(Fulltime only)
  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Demography***(Fulltime and Distance)
  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) in  Biological Sciences ***(Fulltime only)
  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Biological Sciences ***(Fulltime only)
  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Chemistry ***(Fulltime only)
  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Bio-Chemistry***(Fulltime only)
  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Chemistry***(Fulltime only)
  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Chemistry (Major); Biological Sciences (Minor)***(Fulltime only)
  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Physics ***(Fulltime only)
  • Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Physics and Mathematics ***(Fulltime only)
  • Bachelor of Engineering (BEng) ***(Fulltime only)in:

         -Civil Engineering

         -Electronics and Electrical Engineering

            Under the following specialisations:

(a)    Control Systems

(b)   Energy Systems

(c)    Communication and Network Systems

-Mechanical Engineering

- Agricultural Engineering

  •  Bachelor of Science in laboratory Technology in

 -         Chemistry

-         Microbiology

-         Biological Sciences

-         Electronics and Instrumentation

Masters Programmes

  • Master of Science in Computer Studies (Distance Learning)
  • Master of Engineering in Project Management (Distance Learning)

Doctoral (PhD) Programmes

  • •Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in ComputingSciences
  • •Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Information Technology
  • •Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Knowledge and Information Management

 6        SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES (SSS)

  •  Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Economics and Statistics (Offered on Fulltime only) **

 (All programmes below are offered both on fulltime and distance)

  •  Bachelor of Economics**
  • Bachelor of Psychology
  • Bachelor of Industrial Psychology
  • Bachelor of Development Studies
  • Bachelor of International Relations and Development
  • Bachelor of Local Government Administration
  • Bachelor of Public Administration
  • Bachelor of Social Work

Masters Programmes

(All programmes are offered on both fulltime and distance learning)

  • Master of Public Administration (MPA)
  • Master of International Relations and Development (MIRD)
  • Master of Social Work (MSW)

 7.0        Entry requirements to

7.1        Undergraduate degree programmes

7.1.1     Business Based Programmes (Business Studies and Economics)

All programmes marked **are business based and require a credit (6) or better in English Language and Mathematics and  a credit (6) or better in any other three in the Zambian School Certificate or General School Certificate of Education or  Cambridge International Examinations.

7.1.2     Natural Science Based Programmes (Physical Sciences, Engineering, Technologyand Agriculture)

All programmes*** arescience basedand require a credit (6) or better in English Language, Mathematics, Biology or Agriculture Science, Science or(Physics - 5054 and Chemistry- 5070 for applicants who took pure sciences) in addition to a credit or better in two (2) other subjects in the Zambian School Certificate or General School Certificate of Education or  Cambridge International Examinations.

 7.1.2     Social Sciences and Arts Based Programmes

All programmes which are not marked  with an asterisk (*) are either Social Sciences or Arts based and require a credit (6) or better in English Language  and a credit (6) or better in any other four (04) subjects in the Zambian   School Certificate or General School Certificate of Education Cambridge International Examinations.

             7.1.3 Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB)

(i)      Ordinary (O) Level Entry -Pre-Medicine 

Applicants with five (5)  “O” Level credits or better in subjects from Zambian School Certificateor its equivalent in the following:

 a)       English Language 

b)      Mathematics

c)       Biology

d)      Science or Pure Sciences (Physics and Chemistry) 

e)       And any other subject

will have to do Foundation Sciences(Advanced (‘A’) Levels) inBiology,Chemistry,Mathematics and PhysicsatMulungushi University Great, North RoadCampus in Kabwe for One (1) Year before moving to Mulungushi University School of Medicine and Health Sciences based at Livingstone Teaching Hospital Campus.

(ii)    Advanced (‘A’) Levels/Graduate-Direct Entry

 a)       School Leavers with ‘A’ levels in Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Physics from a recognised Institution with an average grade B will be admitted to second year(being the first year in Medical School at Livingstone Teaching Hospital Campus).

 b)      Applicants with first degrees in Health related, Biological/Life Sciences or Physical Sciences  shall be admitted to second year directly into MBChB provided their certificates are from an institution recognised by the Higher Education Authority (HEA)and must be in possession of five O level credits or better in subjects as prescribed in (i) above.

7.2     Post-graduate degree programmes

7.2.1  Postgraduate Diploma

(i)         Five (5)  “O” Level credits (6) or better in subjects from Zambian School Certificate or its equivalent;

(ii)        A first degree from a recognized institution.

 7.2.2    Masters

(i)         Five (5) “O” Level credits (6) or better in subjects from Zambian School Certificate or its equivalent;

(ii)        A first degree atleast graded credit from a recognised institution;

(iii)        Special entrance requirements prescribed by the relevant School as

being necessary.

 7.2.2   Doctoral (PhD) Programmes

(i)         Five (5) “O” Level credits (6) or better in subjects from Zambian School Certificate or its equivalent;

(ii)        A first degree with atleast credit from a recognized institution;

(iii)       A Master’s Degree relevant to the field of specialization being applied for;

(iv)        Special entrance requirements prescribed by the relevant School as      

being necessary.

 8.0        Method of Application

 Application forms may be obtained in person from Academic Office at the Great North Road Campus, from the website: www.mu.ac.zm OR on facebook linkwww.facebook.com/www.mu.ac.zm on payment of a non-refundable fee of USD50  deposited in the following account:

Beneficiary Account Name      :           Mulungushi University

Bank Nama                              :           Zambia National Commercial Bank

Account Number                     :           1067654300160

Branch                                     :           Kabwe

Swift Code                               :           ZNCOZMLU

Branch Code                            :           046

All completed application forms should be accompanied by certified copies of certificates or statements of results; a bank deposit slip OR receipt from the Bursar’s office and should reach the Academic Office by:

  1. 30th June, 2019 for Distance Learning programmes
  2. 30th July 2019 for Full-Time programmes.

 Candidates holding admission letters from previous intakes but did not report for one reason or another should buy and complete new application forms. For further information contact the Academic Office on Cell No. +26 0977-134107, +26 0979310324, +26 0971507759, Admission Office Line: 0215-228018

Gubula C. Siaciti

REGISTRAR

Mulungushi University

P. O. Box 80415

KABWE

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NOTE: APPLICANTS WHO DO NOT GET FEEDBACK WITHIN TEN (10) DAYS AFTER LODGING THEIR APPLICATION ARE ADVISED TO SEND A TEXT MESSAGE OF THEIR FULL NAMES, NRC NO. AND EMAIL ADDRESS TO THESE MOBILE NUMBERS: +260977-134107, +26 0979310324, +26 0971507759

 

Acknowledgement

 Zambia Immigration Websitehttps://www.zambiaimmigration.gov.zm/ [Date accessed 09/01/19]

 Zambian high commission Website Zambian Embassies and Consulates Websitehttp://www.zambiaembassy.se. [ Date accessed  14/01/19]

 

 

 

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