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Mokambo Border Operations Normalise

By Tamara Muswala Traffic has started flowing at the Mokambo Border in Mufulira following protests by some Congolese nationals which paralysed operations at both the Congolese and Zambian side. This was after a suspected criminal JOHN KAYOMBO, a Congolese national, was gunned down by the anti robbery squad for allegedly committing various crimes including theft

Boards, Management should operate freely – MUCHENDE

By Moombe Hamoobola Solicitor General MARSHAL MUCHENDE, says President HAKAINDE HICHILEMA detests interfering in the affairs of corporate bodies. Mr. MUCHENDE says President HICHILEMA wants boards and those in management of public institutions to operate freely and professionally. He said this at the Zambia Institute of Advanced Legal Education -ZIALE- Corporate Governance and the law

TUTWA NGULUBE put to rest

(ZANIS) Former Kabwe Central Member of Parliament TUTWA NGULUBE has been put to rest. And President HAKAINDE HICHILEMA says the death of Mr. NGULUBE should unite the country. The President was represented at the funeral by Local Government and Rural Development Minister GARY NKOMBO. President HICHILEMA described Mr. NGULUBE as a lawyer who served mankind

Mwami-Mchinji one stop border post commissioned

By Mercy Ngoma President HAKAINDE HICHILEMA and his Malawian counterpart LAZARUS CHAKWERA have officially commissioned the Mchinji-Mwami One Stop Border Post. The two leaders have described the border post as an important milestone in the development of Zambia and Malawi. And President HICHILEMA has directed the Ministry of Home Affairs to quickly meet with their

Partial withdrawal of pension contributions for NAPSA members coming – TAMBATAMBA

By Brian Mwale Labour Minister BRENDA TAMBATAMBA says the Amendment Bill to allow early access of pension contributions for members of the National Pension Scheme Authority -NAPSA- is still being developed. Ms. TAMBATAMBA says the Bill will be introduced in Parliament once the drafting process has been finalised. She says the National Pension Scheme Amendment

MOSHO petitions court to deregister PF

By Hannock Kasama Prominent Lusaka Lawyer LEWIS MOSHO has filed a suit demanding an order that the Patriotic Front -PF- be de-registered because of four million kwacha owed to him. Mr. MOSHO has sought the Court Order to direct the Minister of Home Affairs to declare the PF as an unlawful party or society in
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