To All Zambian Nationals In South Africa, Lesotho And Madagascar
ONE of the major mandates of any foreign Mission is to account for its nationals resident in a country to which it is accredited. In this regard, the Zambia High Commission has embarked on a registration exercise of its nationals resident in South Africa, Lesotho and Madagascar. The Mission has created an online registration facility under the Registration section of the website-www.zambiapretoria.net.
Registration is under construction!
When you register, the data will be strictly confidential and shall be used only for the development of a database to assist the Zambian Government with information to help in the identification of relevant skills, businesses operated by Zambians, Zambians working in various organisations, students, residents, etc. Please logon and register. Your security and well-being is our concern!
Muyeba Shichapwa Chikonde
Message to students in South Africa, Lesotho and Madagascar
THIS serves to inform all Zambians enrolled as students in universities or colleges in South Africa, Lesotho and Madagascar that the Zambia High Commission has an active website- www.zambiapretoria.net to which you can logon/register and acquaint yourself with what is happening back home as well as at the Mission in Pretoria.
Documentation about the student registration.
Please take a few minutes of your time and follow the link to register. The data you provide will be strictly confidential and shall be used only for the development of a database to assist the Zambian Government with information to help in the identification of students, residents, etc. in the three countries.
I wish to take this opportunity to remind you that Zambia celebrates her Golden Jubilee- 50 years of independence- in the next two months. Start planning within your institutions on how you can be part of this important milestone so that together, we can commemorate God’s favour of Zambia’s 50 years of independence for continued peace, unity, democracy and prosperity.
Emmerentiana C. Bweupe
FIRST SECRETARY – EDUCATION