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ECL IN CONGO BRAZZAVILLE

President Edgar Lungu is in Congo Brazzaville ahead of Southern Africa Development Community -SADC- and The International Conference of the Great Lakes Region -ICGLR- heads of State Summit. President Lungu arrived at Maya Maya International Airport at about 11:36 hours Zambian time. The Head of State was welcomed by Congo Brazzaville Prime Minister Clema Mwamba,…

POOR SANITATION DISAPPOINTS MP

Kasama Central Member of Parliament Kelvin Sampa is disappointed with the poor sanitation at Chambeshi Market in Kasama district, where Traders are forced to sale their merchandize near a dump site. Mr Sampa has tasked the Kasama Municipal Council to quickly move in and address the challenge. And Kasama Municipal Council Town Clerk Zakeyo Mbao…

TCZ ISSUES  PRACTICING CERTIFICATES

The Teaching Council of Zambia -TCZ- will tomorrow launch the issuance of Practicing Certificates for registered teachers. In phase one, the Council will start with Kasama, Mongu, Solwezi, Choma and Mansa. TCZ Spokesperson Ngoza Malonga disclosed this in a statement to ZNBC News in Lusaka . Ms. Malonga says the issuance will be phase one…

PF BACKS JUDGE LED INQUIRY

PF Media Committee Member Chanoda Ngwira has welcomed State House suggestion that there should be a judge led inquiry into the privatization of companies. Mr. Ngwira says the suggestion by Presidential Spokesperson Amos Chanda is not political witch hunting but merely giving an opportunity for the opposition politician named to tell Zambians their side of…

CHURCH CHALLENGES THE YOUTHS

The Christian Brethren Church has challenged youths in the country to be more productive and help government achieve its development agenda. Kafue’s Shikoswe Congestion Elder David Chileshe says youths should contributing more to the growth of the economy as they enter 2019. Mr. Chileshe adds that it is a pity that many youths have failed…

MINIMUM WAGE DEFAULTERS WARNED

Government has warned that it will penalise employers that have not been paying their workers the revised minimum wage. Minister of Labour Joyce Simukoko says employers that did not effect the new wage will also have to pay the workers in arrears. Mrs. Simukoko says the minimum wage is law and there is no reason…

INTER PARTY DIALOGUE DATE NODDED

Political Scientist, Alex N’goma has welcomed the move by the Church and the Zambia Centre for Inter-party Dialogue to begin the dialogue process on Friday, December 28th. Dr. Ngoma is hopeful that the national dialogue will help harmonize the political environment in the country. In a phone interview with ZNBC News, Dr. N’goma advised stakeholders…