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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

Corruption fight go smart

….TIZ launches a safer online platform for corruption reporting By Francis Maingaila Lusaka (18-10-18) Transparency International – Zambian Chapter has launched an online corruption reporting platform that will enable members of the public to report corrupt practices from the comfort of their homes in real time. Chapter Executive Director Wesley Chibamba told journalists during the

Government act to bring sanity in politics

….And Kampyongo warns perpetrators of violence amd crime to watch out By Francis Maingaila Lusaka (16-10-18) The Ministry of Home Affairs is working with the ministry of justice to actualize article 60 of the constitution that seek to bring sanity in the way politics is conducted Zambia. Kampyongo who is also chairman for sexurity and

Violence a threat to national unity

…As academicians proposes the formation of ground rules to govern political activities By Francis Maingaila Lusaka (27-11-18) Some renowned academicians and political Scientists in Zambia have called out the agly face of violence and advised the government to urgently device mechanism to end acts of terror by party mercenaries. Addressing journalists at a Frederick Ebert

CSOs regret high poverty in areas endowed with natural resources

…Blames it on government failure to equitably share the resources By Francis Maingaila Lusaka (27-11-18) The Zambian government has not done much to ensure that there is equal sharing of the public resources to the satisfaction of the general populace especially children. Child Budge Network chairperson James Kafupi Banda told journalists  at the dissemination launch