Football
    16 hours ago

    Copper Queens will do well at AWCOM – FAZ

    By MICHAEL MIYOBATHE Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) is confident that the women’s national team will fly the country’s flag high at the 2022 TotalEnergies Africa Women’s Cup of Nations AWCON starting on July 2 in Morocco.FAZ President Andrew Kamanga believes the Copper Queens would make the country proud following the measures implemented by the association to ensure that the team prepares a
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    17 hours ago

    James Ndambo Hands Over Church In Mbabala

    Hachiinda New Apostolic Church has opened to the community in Choma’s Mbabala Constituency. This is one of the two churches that My Home Town Founder and Africa Union Holding Group of Companies Chairperson, James Ndambo has built for the community in the area. He commissioned the church, which is fitted with solar powered boreholes among other facilities to provide locals with clean water. Mr. Nda
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    2 days ago

    Strange disease at Lunte Technical School under investigation.

    There is a strange disease which has hit us at Lunte Technical School in Lunte District of Northern Province, which is currently under investigation, Member of Parliament Mutotwe Kafwaya has said. Mr Kafwaya said the condition appears to be attacking the nervous system causing patients to lose their firmness. He said samples had been drawn from the affected children and dispatched to Lusaka for di
    Agriculture
    2 days ago

    K160 maize price, an insult, says Mpombo

    By JOHN KOMBE THE K160  price for a 50kg bag of maize is an insult to the farmer because the UPND government promised to pay the farmer well, says veteran politician George Mpombo. In an interview, Dr. Mpombo said the UPND promised to transform the agriculture sector from maize pricing to cost of inputs such as fertiliser. He stressed that the farmers have not seen any effort to fulfill the p
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    2 days ago

    Mwine Lubemba demands safe motherhood among subjects

    PARAMOUNT Chief Chitimukulu of the Bemba has urged other traditional leaders to come up with by-laws that will compel expectant women from delivering at home. He noted that it is important for all pregnant women to give birth at health facilities where there are skilled attendants and appropriate equipment. The Paramount Chief said this, coupled with other measures such as access to family plannin
    Court News
    2 days ago

    Child stealers plead not guilty

    By LUCY PHIRIFIVE female suspects, among them a Judiciary employee and University Teaching Hospital staff, have pleaded not guilty to one count of Child Stealing and harbouring a child.This is in a matter in which Precious Nkunika,28, an employee of the Judiciary, Nelly Kasalo,41, and Emily Hall, both Nutrition demonstrators at UTH, Rebecca Mkandawire,42, a maid at the hospital and Grace Siska are
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    3 days ago

    ‘LEAVE YANGO, ULENDO DRIVERS ALONE’

    By JOHN KOMBEThe position that the Road Transport and safety Agency (RTSA) has taken to impound all App-using unregistered taxis without any consideration is unthinkable in an era where innovative technologies that respond to existing needs are supposed to be encouraged, Social Economic and Environmental Project (SEES) executive director, Moses Lungu has said.Rev. Lungu made the observation in an
    Economy
    3 days ago

    MUSOMA ADVISES GOVT TO SUBSIDISE FUEL, FERTILISER

    By RUTH YAMBAYAMBAambian Republican party President Wright Musoma says it is unfortunate that the new dawn administration is not paying attention to the high cost of living in the country.Mr Musoma said when the current Government was in opposition they emphasised that they would ensure that the cost of living would be better but this is not the case.He said Government must consider subsidising cr
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    3 days ago

    NO LEARNER SHOULD SIT ON THE FLOOR – MUTATI

    By PRISCA LUMINGU in ChomaNO child should sit on the floor when they go to school if quality education is to be attained, Technology and Science Minister Felix Mutati has said.Mr Mutati said this was the reason why the government was investing in skills development through trades training institutions to see how best they can be part of the solution of addressing the desks’ deficit being experienc
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