Lucky Phiri-Local Government Permanent Secretary for Technical Services NICHOLAS PHIRI has warned principal officers in the Eastern Province against becoming obstacles in the implementation of government programs. And Mr PHIRI says differences should not stand in the way of service delivery for people in the province. Addressing Principal Officers and District Commissioners in Chipata Eastern
Chansa Kunda-The Zambia Swimming Union -ZASU- will start hosting competitions for its members in November this year. ZASU says the competitions which mainly comprise the galas held among clubs will start in November despite the 2022/2023 swimming league having commenced on 1st August. The Association says so far clubs have undertaken individual trainings and preparations
Hannock Kasama-The Constitutional Court has postponed ruling on whether or not to review its decision not to allow LUMEZI Constituency Member of Parliament, MUNIR ZULU to file heads of arguments out of time, as a respondent in an electoral petition. . The ruling on the matter is now earmarked on a date to be communicated.
Brian Mwale-Former Ministry of Defence Permanent Secretary STARDY MWALE has been arrested by the Anti-Corruption Commission for corrupt practices involving 8-point 5-million kwacha. Mr. MWALE 51, has been charged with two counts of corrupt practices by Public Officer. ACC Public Relations Manager TIMOTHY MOONO says investigations have established that between March and June 2018, Mr.
Zanis-Vice President, MUTALE NALUMANGO will tomorrow be in Ndola where she is expected to meet marketeers at Kapalala market whose merchandise were gutted in an inferno. Over 1-thousand 2-hundred marketeers lost their goods in the fire that swept through the entire market yesterday. ZANIS reports that Copperbelt Province Minister, ELISHA MATAMBO told the marketeers today
Mushota Mpundu-Chieftainess SHIMUKUNAMI of Lufwanyama District on the Copperbelt says the recruitment of public workers in Health and Education has given credence to President HAKAINDE HICHILEMA and his administration. The Traditional leader says the exercise has proved wrong people who still doubt President HICHILEMA and his government. She has thanked President HICHILEMA for fulfilling his
Tamara Muswala-Mulonga Water and Sanitation Company has embarked on a $156m project to improve water and sewer infrastructure in three districts on the Copperbelt. ZNBC’s TAMARA MUSWALA reports that the project to be implemented in Chingola, Mufulira and Chililabombwe is the first major infrastructure upgrade since the inception of the company in 1998. Mulonga Water
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