THE Economics Association of Zambia says it has ceased to operate as a Company Limited by Guarantee but will now run as a Non-Governmental and not for profit Professional Association.
In a notice dated March 3, Association Chairperson of the Guarantors Isaac Ngoma urged all former members of the EAZ and anyone interested in joining the Association to register online.
“This Notice serves to inform the general membership of the Economics Association of Zambia, Company limited by Guarantee and the general public that the organisation has ceased operations with effect from 28th February 2022 as was resolved at the members meeting of Friday, 17th December 2021. Further be informed that the Economics Association of Zambia, a non-governmental and not for profit Professional Association has been re-established under the Societies Act, with registration number ORS/102/35/271,” Ngoma said.
“The Association has since started operations with effect from 1st March 2022. In view of the above, all former members of the EAZ and anyone interested in joining the Association are invited to register online at https://eaz.org.zm/ with effect from Monday, 7th March 2022. Payment for membership will also be made online via the Payment gateway provided on the site. The registration process is the key step to establish the Members’ Register that shall be used at the first General Meeting to approve a draft Constitution and kick start the preparations for the Second General Meeting to elect members of the National Executive Committee.”
He guided that the Secretariat would also be open with effect from Monday, March 7, to provide basic administrative and membership management services.
“The Secretariat will also be open with effect from Monday, 7th March 2022 to provide basic administrative and membership management services. In the next few days, regular information updates will be provided through the website, Facebook Page and Twitter. Soon SMS and email broadcasts will be enabled for members who will be fully registered and paid,” stated Ngoma.