CHIEF NKAMBO APPRECIATES GOVT PROJECTS

By Tamara Muswala Chief NKAMBO of the Lamba Lima Royal Establishment says traditional leaders on the Copperbelt appreciate the efforts being put in place by the government to improve the lives people in communities. Chief NKAMBO who is chairperson of the Lamba Lima Royal Establishment said chiefdoms on the Copperbelt have greatly benefited from various

“GOVT LOSING REVENUE ON NDOLA-MUFULIRA ROAD”

By Tamara Muswala Government says it is losing a lot of revenue as a result of the poor state of the NDOLA MUFULIRA ROAD. Minister of Infrastructure, Housing, and Urban Development CHARLES MILUPI says the NDOLA MUFULIRA ROAD rehabilitation works will be treated as an emergency. Mr. MILUPI has since directed the Road Development Agency-

Kenyan woman jailed in US for online fraud

(BBC) A Kenyan national living in the US has been fined and jailed for her role in helping to organise romance scams and pandemic unemployment fraud. Florence Mwende Musau, 38, was sentenced by a US court to 44 months in prison. Musau was also ordered to pay almost $1m (£810,000) in restitution to the victims

SIX YEAR OLD BOY DIES FOLLOWING DOG BITE

By Arnold Tutu A six year old boy of Lusaka’s Mtendere Township has died of suspected rabies following a dog bite. The boy identified as BIDON JERE Junior was bitten by the neighbour’s dog on December 21, 2022 and was rushed to Mtendere clinic. The clinic referred him to the University Teaching Hospital -UTH- for

GOVT OUTLAWS HEADPHONES WHILE CROSSING ROAD

Transport and Logistics Minister FRANK TAYALI has signed a Statutory Instrument which outlaws the use of head phones, ear phones or talking on phone while crossing the road. The statutory instrument has warned of punishment for pedestrians using head phones for a fine not exceeding one thousand penalty units. For drivers, the statutory instrument has
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