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‘Ministers will pay back’

  ||    22 November 2017
STEVEN MVULA, Lusaka CHIEF government spokesperson Kampamba Mulenga says ministers who continued to occupy their offices after the dissolution of Parliament last year will respect the ruling of the Constitutional Court and pay back to the treasury the money they earned.

Mukobeko on track to reforming inmates

  ||    22 November 2017
JENIPHER MANASE, Kabwe FOR some inmates, especially those that have spent many years in prison, getting out comes with a mixture of overwhelming joy and anxiety. Undoubtedly, life outside these correctional facilities can be a huge challenge – so hard that many ex-prisoners fail to cope and end up getting back behind bars.

South Luangwa scores a first in sustainable tourism

  ||    22 November 2017
SAKABILO KALEMBWE, Mfuwe EVERY good story has both conflict and climax, and there is no better way to end anything but on a climax. The visit of United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) Secretary General Taleb Rifai marked a high for sustainable tourism development in Zambia.

Title contenders in tricky fixtures

  ||    22 November 2017
MATHEWS KABAMBA, Kitwe ZESCO United will tonight close in on the sixth Super Division title should they beat Red Arrows in a round 36 match while relegation-threatened Nchanga Rangers, and Mufulira Wanderers will square it off in Chingola.

Landing to a sandstorm greeting

  ||    22 November 2017
Travelogue:CYNTHIA MWALE, Walvis Bay, Namibia EVER imagined travelling to another country to be greeted by a sand storm? This was a rare and scary but spectacular experience in the beautiful land of Walvis Bay last week – when duty called.

Leave PF, Rainbow tells Kambwili

  ||    22 November 2017
NKWETO MFULA, Chingola and CHOMBA MUSIKA, Lusaka THE Rainbow Party on the Coppebelt has urged Roan member of Parliame n t Chishimba Kambwili to resign from the Patriotic Front and lead the National Democratic Congress (NDC) where he is a consultant.

Dream come true to officiate at World Cup, says Sikazwe

  ||    22 November 2017
ROBINSON KUNDA, Lusaka JANNY Sikazwe on Monday made history by becoming the first Zambian referee to be selected to officiate at the World Cup and the 38-year-old has described the gesture as a dream come true.

Scale up water resource management

  ||    22 November 2017
Analysis: ROBBIE MUSAKUZI THE report in the Zambia Daily Mail of Wednesday, November 15, 2017 that the Water Resources Management Authority (WARMA) has started the process of forming Water Users Associations (WAU) in Southern Province to manage water resources and development on behalf of the Zambian Government is indeed good news which should be commended...

Zambia Railways will be revamped – Mutati

  ||    22 November 2017
HONE SIAME, Lusaka MINISTER of Finance Felix Mutati says Government is looking for an equity partner to revamp operations of Zambia Railways Limited to reduce pressure on road infrastructure by heavy cargo trucks.

Minister should give guidance on reported secret homosexual’s meetings

  ||    22 November 2017
Dear editor, THE Sunday Mail of November 19, 2017 article on the high level meeting that looked at the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersexual (LGBTI’s) cannot go without a ‘microscopic analysis’ considering the profile of Zambia and its laws on the same.
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