Governance Activist David Kapoma has challenged the Secretary to Cabinet Dr. Rowland Msiska to tell the nation how much each of the Ministers who remained in office illegally following the dissolution of parliament in 2016 is supposed to pay back. The Constitutional Court on Friday last week maintained that the 64 former ministers must pay
The Small Scale Farmers Development Agency (SAFADA) SAYS farmers are tired of government’s continued delay in activating the e-voucher cards under the Farmer Input Support Programme (FISP). Agriculture Minister Dora Siliya has indicated that the e-voucher cards might be activated by 30th November, 2017 once funding is received from the ministry of finance. SAFADA Executive
Foreign Affairs Minister Harry Kalaba has refuted media reports that former Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe is seeking asylum in Zambia. And the Foreign Affairs Minister says President Edgar Lungu will attend the swearing-in ceremonies of the presidents of Zimbabwe and Kenya. Mr. Kalaba has told journalists in Lusaka that President Lungu is tomorrow 24th November
The Judiciary has dispelled reports circulating on social media platforms suggesting that Chief Justice Ireen Mambilima has been involved in a car accident. In a statement, Judiciary Public Relations Officer Kalumba Chisambisha says the accident in question, which happened yesterday around 16:00 hours about 8 Kilometers North of Prospect Police station on the Great North
The Drug Enforcement Commission (DEC) and the Zambia Police Service have refuted media reports suggesting that the Department for International Development (DFID) has reported three Non-governmental Organisations for embezzling US$3.5 million. The Zambia Accountability Project (ZAP) comprising NGOs among them; Zambia National Women’s Lobby, the Southern African Centre for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes (SACCORD),
Chief Chitanda of Chibombo district has called for increased support from teachers towards the school re-entry policy. Speaking through his advisor Yuka Kaputula, Chief Chitanda says teachers especially in his chiefdom offer little support to pupils who get back in school after getting pregnancy or being withdrawn from marriages. The traditional leader has notes that
ND leader Hakainde Hichilema says there is nothing illegal about his links to AfNat Resources Limited, a Bermuda company named in the latest leak dubbed “the Paradise papers” where he served as a Director. The papers are a huge batch of leaked documents mostly from offshore law firm Appleby, along with corporate registries in 19
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