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September 1, 2014 - 0 Comments

By CHILA NAMAIKO- THE people of Singani chiefdom in Choma have said Government’s distribution of relief food under Food for Work Programme has helped to accelerate local developmental projects. Government through the Disaster Management and...

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By CHILA NAMAIKO- GOVERNMENT has embarked on a broad assessment of bridges, culverts and other infrastructure damaged during the previous rainy season to rehabilitate them before onset of next rains. Deputy Minister in the Office...

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By JULIUS PHIRI - THE IMMIGRATION Department in Livingstone on Thursday arrested 20 Tanzanians for illegal stay. Immigration Public relations officer Namati Nshinka confirmed in a statement that the operation was conducted around Town centre...

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By DELPHINE ZULU- THE Road Development Agency (RDA) has urged the Engineering Institution of Zambia (EIZ) to come up with a scheme to attach students to Chinese companies working on various roads in the country....

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By SYLVIA MWEETWA- POLICE in Mkushi on Saturday night impounded a truck laden with more than 100 logs of the Mukula tree and in the process arrested three suspects. The three were apprehended in Mboroma...

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By  SYLVIA MWEETWA - TWO pupils who were found guilty of sexually assaulting and murdering a 34-year-old Kabwe woman, have been sentenced to three years at Katombora Reformatory School. This is in  a case in...

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August 30, 2014 - 0 Comments

By PASSY HAACHIZO - THE Zambia Medical Association (ZMA) has expressed worry about the increasing number of immigrants amid confirmation of Ebola cases in neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Zambia has witnessed an upsurge...

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By SYLVIA MWEETWA - CENTRAL Province Permanent Secretary Edwidge Mutale has challenged Zambian women to acquire land, which is line with the Government policy of empowering women. Ms Mutale, however, cautioned them against including names...

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By CHATULA KAMPO - ONLY 38 teachers out of 1,600 who were alleged to be ‘ghost’ workers on the payroll have not been cleared, Ministry of Education spokesperson Hillary Chipango has said. Mr Chipango said...

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By SYLVESTER MWALE - THE Government has approved new structures for councils that will have three new directors in the latest stride towards the implementation of the decentralisation policy. All local authorities across the country...

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