Author: Phoenix Press

Revenge In The Air For ZESCO United

There is no feeling in football like facing a team that recently eliminated you from a competition. For some clubs it sends them into fear of losing again while for other clubs it’s a chance to prove that the previous elimination was just a slip. That;s why when who Zesco United’s opponents in the 2019/2020…

Disability Rights Advocates Call For Recognition Of Suicide As A Major Public Health Concern

By Patricia Mbewe   Disability Rights Advocacy Organizations, the mental health users of Zambia and Disability Rights Watch are calling on government to recognize suicide as a major public health concern and invest in community support services aimed at addressing the stigma associated with suicide. The organizations are further calling on all Zambians to unite…

ZIM To Investigate Topstar On Allegations That Top Management Positions Are Held By Foreigners

By Leah Ngoma   The Zambia Institute Of Marketing-ZIM- has advised workers at Topstar to bring to the attention of the institute their complaint that positions such as marketing and sales manager are being held by Chinese nationals despite not being qualified. ZIM President Kenneth Sinkamba says once the matter is officially reported, the institute…

Health Personnel At George Clinic Using Candles For Lighting To Help Expectant Mothers Deliver

By Chileshe Mwango   The current load-shedding that the country is experiencing has forced health personnel at Lusaka’s George health centre to use candles for lighting to pregnant women when giving birth. A check at George clinic by a phoenix news crew has revealed that despite the health facility having a generator donated by the…

Union Defends Civil Servants Who Placed Themselves On List Of FISP Beneficiaries

By Logic Lukwanda   Transparency international Zambia –TIZ- has demanded that all the 7,700 civil servants who placed themselves on the list of the farmer input support program –FISP- beneficiaries should be prosecuted. TIZ president Reuben Lifuka says what the affected civil servants did is tantamount to fraud and disciplining them only is not enough.…