‘Lack of burial sites no longer grave issue’

By CHILA NAMAIKO – THE Government has identified more than 250 hectares of land around Lusaka to be designated as new cemeteries to give adequate burial sites for the next 50 years, Parliament heard yesterday. The move follows a cemetery crisis in Lusaka as Leopards Hill, Chunga and Chingwere cemeteries have all ran out space […]

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UK resumes health sector funding

By JAMES KUNDA THE United Kingdom (UK) has resumed funding to Zambia’s health sector after a five-month freeze over concerns of donor aid misappropriation. Announcing this in Lusaka yesterday, British High Commissioner to Zambia Fergus Cochrane-Dyet said the resumption was in recognition of the reforms put in place by Government to promote financial prudence.  

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Ndola woman kills hubby after nshima dispute

By STEPHANIE KUNDA A NDOLA housewife has allegedly killed her husband after a dispute with her stepson over who should cook nshima. The woman asked her 22-year-old stepson to cook nshima but he refused and she poured hot water on him before turning to her husband. The incident happened on Sunday night around 22:00 hours. […]

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