It is unattainable to declare dry spells a disaster – Wina

Vice President Inonge Wina says government has no intentions of declaring a national disaster arising from the dry spells and severe flooding some parts of the Country are currently experiencing. Mrs. Wina says such a decision cannot be made when other parts of the Country, apart from the Southern part of Zambia, are still receiving good […]

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SACCORD happy with POA review process

The Southern African Center for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes (SACCORD) is elated by the commencement of the process to review the Public Order Act. Executive Director Boniface Cheembe says his organization is delighted that government has also invited international stakeholders to be part of the review process. Mr. Cheembe says SACCORD believes that the two […]

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FQM to Rehabilitate Damaged Maternity Wing at Solwezi Hospital

First Quantum Minerals (FQM), the owners of Kansanshi Mine in Solwezi, have stepped in to replace the roof, doors, electrical wiring and incubators that were damaged by a storm at Solwezi General Hospital’s maternity wing earlier this month. The company says it has assessed the damage and a detailed plan to restore the premises at […]

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Tutwa Asks Speaker to Rule on Nkombo’s ‘Zesco’ Letter Presentation in Parliament

Patriotic Front Deputy parliamentary Chief Whip Tutwa Ngulube has asked Speaker of the National Assembly Dr Patrick Matibini to make “a serious ruling” on whether or not UPND Mazabuka member of parliament Garry Nkombo can be referred to the Director of Public Prosecutions for possible prosecution over allegations on Wednesday that PF secretary general Davis […]

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I Sold My House To Chitotela But Contract Was Put In Name Of Another Person, Witness Tells Court

A civil servant yesterday told the Lusaka Magistrate’s Court that she sold a house at K1.6 million to Minister of Housing and Infrastructure Development Ronald Chitotela but that the property’s contract of sale was in another person’s name.  

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