• Feb- 2023 -
    7 February
    Headline News

    Severe hunger hits Chama – Yotam Mtayachalo

    By NATION REPORTER SEVERE hunger has hit Chama District with hundreds of villagers camped at the Chama Boma waiting for relief food from the Disaster Management and Mitigation Unit (DMMU) which has so far been  erratic, Yotam Mtayachalo has revealed. And Mr Mtayachalo says he and other MPs in Easter Province are disappointed with the manner in which government has been responding to the hunger crisis and the plight of the people of Chama. Mr Mtayachalo, the Patriotic Front (PF) Chama North Member of Parliament has appealed to government to urgently deliver relief food to Chama because people in the…

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  • 6 February
    Headline News

    President Hichilema, hear our pleas, allow hunting to commence

    COMMUNITY Resource Boards (CRBs) and their chiefs have continues appealing to President Hakainde Hichilema to hear their cries and allow the current outfitters whose hunting concession tenders were cancelled to resume their hunting business activities following the High Court judgement that has annulled the re-advertised Safari hunting tender. There have been numerous calls by communities which are home to Game Management Areas (GMAs) that government should consider reverting to the 19 cancelled Hunting Concession Agreements (HCAs) now that the High Court has declared the re-advertised Safari hunting tender illegal null and void. Now, Derrick Mwanza, the chairperson the Malama Community…

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  • 5 February
    Headline News

    Speaker calls for training and capacity building among MP

    SPEAKER of the National Assembly Nelly Mutti, has said there is need to revive training and capacity building among Zambian Parliamentarians to ensure they are abreast with best practices and procedures for the smooth running of the House.

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  • 5 February
    Community

    Ndola council slammed for trying to turn graveyard into bus station

    A pressure group calling its self-save mine masala memorial grave has vowed to fight the Ndola City Council after it advertised for change of land use for the old Masala Cemetery.

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  • 5 February
    Headline News

    STOP MOCKING ZAMBIANS – MUNDUBILE

    By NATION REPORTER NOW that they have power, Vice-President Mutale Nalumango and the UPND leadership have started mocking Zambians over the high prices of mealie meal after promising that they would reduce the cost of the staple food to as low as K50 during their capmaigns, Brian Mundubile has said. Mr Mundubile, Leader of the Opposition in Parliament is troubled by Ms Nalumango’s rebuking of Zambians who cannot afford to buy breakfast mealie meal to resort to roller meal which according to the Vice-President was cheaper.  Featuring on Radio Phoenix on Friday, Ms Nalumango insisted that roller mealie meal should…

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  • 5 February
    Economy

    We shall do better next year, put our failures behind – Nalumango

    Vice President Mutale Nalumango has admitted failure by the UPND government over the continued escalating prices of mealie meal, stating that the leadership should have been proactive in dealing with mealie-meal prices because according to her, the problem has been historical and could have been avoided. The Vice President has however promised that the UPND government has learnt its lessons and shall endeavor to perform better in the years coming.  And Vice-President Nalumango has said it is unlikely that the prices of mealie meal would ever be reduced to K50 as was promised by the UPND during its campaigns. Meanwhile,…

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  • 2 February
    Headline News

    Ignore the lies about Miles’ suspension – PF

    There will be a number of divergent views about the suspension of Matero Member of Parliament Miles Sampa which should be ignored, Patriotic Front (PF) Media Director Antonio Mwanza has said.

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  • 2 February
    Headline News

    SOVEREIGNTY, EXECUTIVE AND JUDICIAL AUTHORITY: THE SUMMATION

    By DARLINGTON CHILUBA  A CONSTITUTION is essentially a document that discusses the distribution of power in each country to the extent of detailing the power centres and justifying their possession and use of that power. It is a document fully capable of being manipulated so that it serves the interests of those who draft it; or tilted to serve interests of those privileged in society. The key to this document is that it must have the impression of national consent. Whether to keep the status quo, select the leadership out of fear or obligation or indeed have the mandate to…

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  • 2 February
    Business

    ZAMBIA INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY AUTHORITY (ZICTA); Its role on Zambia’s telecoms regulations and policy framework

    Bernadette Deka-Zulu (PhD Researcher-Public Enterprise) THE  Zambia Information and Communications Technology Authority ZICTA was established in 2009 as a statutory body established under the Information and Communication Technologies Act No. 15 of 2009 to regulate the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) sector.  The mission of ZICTA is to promote and regulate the use of ICTs in the country, with a focus on developing the ICT infrastructure and services, protecting users of ICTs, and promoting investment and innovation in the sector. ZICTA was established to create an enabling environment for the development and use of ICTs in the country and to…

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  • Jan- 2023 -
    31 January
    Headline News

    THERE MAY BE NO SAFARI HUNTING NEXT SEASON – DR RODGERS LUBILO

    Unless Government moves to resolve the impasse over the cancelled Safari hunting tender and revert original dully awarded concessions, there is a likelihood that there shall be no hunting even in the next hunting season, Dr Rodgers Lubilo has cautioned.

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