The Secondary Schools Teachers’ Union of Zambia (SESTUZ) says
examination malpractice has now become a social problem.
SESTUZ Secretary General Sitibekiso Wamuyuwa has told QTV News
that the rate at which exam leakages are spreading like bush
fires is worrying and calls for everybody’s involvement.
Mr. Wamuyuwa says this is the problem that should not be left
to the government through the Ministry of General Education
alone, but that all stakeholders must play a role in order to
promote quality education in the country.
He says the union is concerned that every year this trend seems
to be growing, thus the need to address it once and for all.
And the Basic Education Teachers Union of Zambia (BETUZ) has
noted the need to come up with a lasting solution to exam
malpractices in the country.
BETUZ Spokesperson Kabika Kakunta says the union is saddened by
the continued circulation of examination papers even before
pupils sit for exams.
Mr. Kakunta has told QTV that if the vice is not put to an end,
the nation risks having an ill qualified labour force in the
He says there is need to come up with strong punitive measures
for perpetrators of exam malpractices