Author: Lusaka Times

American Tourist Killed by Elephant in Livingstone

In a tragic incident, a 64-year-old American tourist, Juliana Gle Tourneau, has been killed by an elephant in Livingstone. The incident occurred on Wednseday at approximately 17:50 hours near the Maramba Cultural Bridge on Victoria Falls Road. Southern Province Police Commissioner Auxensio Daka confirmed the incident in a statement to ZNBC News. Tourneau, from New

Chief Justice Mumba Malila Urges Traditional Leaders to Respect Subordinate and Local Courts

Chief Justice Mumba Malila has called on traditional leaders to refrain from interfering with the administration of justice in Subordinate and Local Courts within their chiefdoms. Speaking today at a symposium between the Judiciary and Traditional Leaders in Lusaka, Justice Malila addressed reports that some traditional leaders have been undermining court verdicts that do not

Government to Recall 100 Megawatts from Export Market Amidst Power Crisis

In a proactive move to address the ongoing electricity challenges, the UPND government has announced its decision to recall at least 100 megawatts (MW) of power currently being exported. This decision was revealed during a media engagement held by the Minister of Information and Media and Chief Government Spokesperson, Hon. Cornelius Mweetwa, alongside the Minister

Chembe Commences Distribution Of Relief Maize

Chembe District in Luapula Province has received over 1,700 by 50 Kilograms bags of relief white maize for distribution to vulnerable households. Chembe District Commissioner, Christopher Mwansa has since flagged off the distribution exercise of the relief food that will be distributed to all the 8 wards in the district through the Disaster Management and

ARC Pays Out USD10 Million To Government

Government through the Disaster Management and Mitigation Unit has received the 2023 /2024 Drought pay out of 10 million United States Dollars from the African Capacity Limited (ARC) Group. Minister of Finance and National Planning, Situmbeko Musokotwane says the payout by ARC includes a 3.3 million United States Dollars to the World Food Programme to
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