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By MILDRED KATONGO - THE ministry of General Education has closed about 11 schools on the Copperbelt due to lack of good sanitation facilities. Copperbelt provincial education officer Felix Ngoma said the 11 schools were...

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By HELLEN TEMBO THE Minister of Transport and Communications Brian Mushimba has said that Government will soon follow up progress on Crown Air Cargo’s intentions to start operations in Zambia. Crown Air Cargo is a...

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By MILDRED KATONGO - A NINETEEN-YEAR-OLD pupil of Luanshya’s Roan Secondary School has reported her head teacher to the police for assault. Copperbelt Police Commissioner Charity Katanga said Christine Mwansa, a pupil at Roan Secondary...

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By FRANCINA PHIRI - THE Ministry of Home Affairs has said that Italy has donated 250,000 Euros towards the refugee programmes in Zambia. Ministry of Home Affairs Permanent Secretary Chileshe Mulenga said that the donation...

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By STEPHANIE KUNDA - STAKEHOLDERS have expressed mixed feelings over the transfer of married couples with some saying this is one of the causes of divorce. Zambia Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) vice-president Manson Mutambo...

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By CHILA NAMAIKO - THE German government has since 2010 committed 138 million Euros in grants to the water sector for various projects in Zambia, a Parliamentary Committee on Energy, Water Development and Tourism heard...

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By KASONDE KASONDE - HEALTH Ministry Permanent Secretary Kennedy Malama has said that Lusaka has recorded 33 new cholera cases and that the country will only declare the epidemic eradicated if no new case is...

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By KASONDE KASONDE - THE Ministry of General Education has urged school authorities to uphold Government’s policy of retaining learners whether they have paid school fees in full or not as they open for the...

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By STEVEN ZANDE - THE Government has urged Zambians to co-exist as a community for the country to maintain peace and unity, which is vital to sustained national development. Acting Kalabo District Commissioner Siyupwa Kabisa...

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By MILDRED KATONGO - AVIC International will in March commence the construction of township roads in three districts on the Copperbelt at the cost of US$450 million. Copperbelt Permanent Secretary Bright Nundwe said the project...

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