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UNZA protest on until the last worker is paid

..As Unions challenges the government to declare itself incapable of running the learning inatitutuins. Lusaka (13-03-19) UNZALARU president Dr. Evans Lampi has Challenged the Zambian government to openly tell the country it has failed to run the learning institution so that the people can make a decision whether it is a good idea to have

Zambia’s Attorney General annoys Mufumbwe people

…..For disregarding Supreme Court judgement over Kalengwa mine The decision by the Attorney General Likando Kalaluka to recommend the cancellation of the large scale exploration license for Euro Africa Kalengwa Mine Limited has annoyed the people of Mufumbwe that feel the action will sit on their right to benefit from the mineral deposits. The residents

Oxfam vows to end GBV

….Judge says her organisation has assembled a team of champions to sensitize people about the dangers of GBV By Francis Maingaila Lusaka (7-03-19) Oxfam Country director Dailes Judge has challenged the Zambian men to raise against the cultural norms and stereotypes  which give birth to gender based violence. Ms. Judge told journalists when she officiated

It’s ECL all the way to 2021

…The youths warns people with presidential ambitions to manage them well By Francis Maingaila Lusaka (03-03-19) Youths from ruling Patriotic Front (PF) have not only endorsed president Edgar Lungu as the sole presidential candidate for the 2021 presidential and general election but vowed never to allow anyone to arm twist his mandate in the name

NCP leader clarifies debt predicament

… Pastor Chanda says although he was mwrely surety arrangements to liquidate the funds have been made. By Francis Maingaila Lusaka (03-03-19) New Congress Party (NCP) President Peter Chanda has clarified that the debt he allegedly owe to Joshua Simuchenje was incurred by his business acquaintance who engaged him as a surety in the transaction.

NAPSA surprise UTH with beddings valued at K512, 000

….Kachinda says, NAPSA will continue to support the UTH with the little the company has. By Francis Maingaila Lusaka (27-02-19) The National Pension Scheme Authority (NAPSA) has donated blankets and linen valued at K512, 000 to the University Teaching Hospital (UTH), adult ward. NAPSA Director General Yollard Kachinda told the UTH management on Wednesday afternoon

Chitotela set record straight

…. No corruption is involved in the awarding of contracts to Chinese contractors. By Francis Maingaila Lusaka (13-01-19) Housing And Infrastructure Development Minister Ronald Chitotela has laid base the truth regarding the funding of the infrastructure development taking across the country. Hon. Chitotela told journalists at the Patriotic Front (PF) Interactive Forum held at Chrisma