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Acts of sabotage could have caused passenger train derailment-Zambia Railways

  ||    24 August 2017
The Scene of the passenger train derailment that claimed one life between Mazabuka and Magoye in Southern provinceZambia Railways Limited (ZRL) has attributed the passenger train derailment that claimed one life between Mazabuka and Magoye in Southern province yesterday to suspected acts of sabotage.

Don’t touch miners, unions tell Mopani

  ||    24 August 2017
NANCY SIAME and ALVIN CHIINGA, Lusaka THE Mineworkers Union of Zambia (MUZ) has accused Mopani Copper Mines (MCM) of blackmailing Government and other stakeholders by threatening to cut 4,700 jobs due to power supply restrictions by the Copperbelt Energy Corporation (CEC).

Woman nabbed over work permits

  ||    24 August 2017
NANCY SIAME, Lusaka A 38-YEAR-OLD woman of Lusaka has been arrested for allegedly impersonating an immigration consultant and fraudulently obtaining K50,000 from an Indian businessman whom she promised to facilitate work permits for.

Sangu Delle: The unapologetic feminist

  ||    24 August 2017
NKOLE NKOLE, Lusaka AFRICA is presently brimming with entrepreneurial minds that are showcasing the continent’s rich potential in many parts of the world. Ghanaian entrepreneur, Sangu Delle is one such African son who has a string of labels and accolades to his name as an entrepreneur, author, clean water activist, Soros Fellow and TEDGlobal Fellow.

Fashion, Mwepu raring to ‘goal’

  ||    24 August 2017
SYLVESTER CHISHIMBA, Lusaka THE boys who starred at the South Korea World Cup early this year are raring to go following their call-up to the senior national team for the 2018 Russia World Cup qualifier against Algeria.

Farmers opt to hold on to maize

  ||    24 August 2017
KELVIN CHONGO, Lusaka THE Zambia National Farmers Union (ZNFU) has urged farmers not to sell their maize cheaply but hold on to their stocks until November when prices for the commodity are expected to be better.

Ex-mayor appointed DC

  ||    24 August 2017
ELIZABETH CHATUVELA, Lusaka PRESIDENT Lungu has appointed former Mongu mayor Brian Tombi as district commissioner for Sikongo in Western Province. The new district commissioner replaces Kufuka Kufuka, who resigned from the position to contest the Sikongo parliamentary seat in last year’s general elections.

Train off rails, kills one

  ||    24 August 2017
NDANGWA MWITTAH, Choma ONE person died on the spot while 12 others sustained minor injuries when a Zambia Railways Limited (ZRL) passenger train they were travelling on derailed in Mazabuka yesterday. The accident happened around 12:00 hours at Magoye-Kaleya Trust when the Livingstone-bound Michael Chilufya Sata train from Lusaka careered off the railway line.

K8.6 billion road plan to spur development

  ||    24 August 2017
HONE SIAME, Lusaka GOVERNMENT has set aside K8.6 billion for countrywide road rehabilitation aimed at opening up all districts for investment to boost economic growth.

Pastor killed boys over offering – prosecution

  ||    24 August 2017
PRISCILLA CHIPULU, Lusaka A CLERGYMAN appeared in the Lusaka Magistrate’s Court yesterday for allegedly murdering his stepson and nephew whom he accused of stealing church offering.
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