Over 21,000 Hectares Of Maize Infested By The Fall Armyworms On The Copperbelt

By Tinkerbel Mwila   Over 21,000 hectares of maize on the Copperbelt have been infested by the fall armyworms. Confirming the development Copperbelt Province Agriculture Coordinating Officer Obvious Kabinda said all the ten districts in the province are affected. He explains that from 230 camps in the province over 184 are affected. Dr Kabinda says…

ZamFoot Mixer: Ranking Chipolopolo Stars’ European journey in the last two decades

Many young and upcoming footballers dream of a successful football career in Europe. They relish the thought of rubbing shoulders with the world’s elite players and the opportunity to showcase their skills on a global stage. Added to this, the thought of signing lucrative contracts is an extra incentive that lures global football talents to…

FUEL SITUATION UNDER CONTROL-GOVT

  Energy Minister Mathew Nkhuwa says all the filling stations in the country will have enough fuel stocks before the end of this week. Mr. Nkhuwa has assured the nation that consumers and the public should not panic since all filling stations will be serviced with enough fuel within the course of the week. The…

DON’T COMPROMISE SPECIALIZED MEDICAL SERVICES

  Health Minister Jonas Chanda says specialized medical services at major hospitals in the country should NOT be compromised. Dr. Chanda was speaking during a tour of the Kitwe Teaching Hospital. Dr. Chanda, who is also Bwana Mkubwa Member of Parliament, expressed disappointment that the CT-SCAN machine at the hospital has NOT been operating for…

CHAN: ALLAN CHIBWE FIT FOR NAMIBIA

By Chansa Kunda: Zambia national football team Doctor George Phiri says Goalkeeper ALLAN CHIBWE who sustained a cut in the head, in the one-all draw against Guinea is fit for Wednesday game against Namibia. Phiri says the knock on Chibwe’s head was minor and that the wound is healing after it was Sutured. He has…

COVID-19: CURIO BUSINESS AFFECTED

By Moombe Hamoobola: Curio traders at the Victoria Falls Curio Market in Livingstone are making losses as a result of selling curios at cheap prices due to the Covid-19 impact on tourism. One of the traders, Nguni Malumo has told ZNBC news that products that used to fetch for more than two hundred Kwacha are…
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