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ZAMBIA TABLE TENNIS BAILED OUT

Government has bailed out the Zambia Table Tennis Association by footing their expenses for the Regional Five Games in South Africa. The Association had a short fall of 270,000 Kwacha to send a team to South Africa for the World Cup qualifiers. Zambia Table Tennis Association President MUTALE NG’ANDU says the Association is grateful to

Presidential trips attract investors – SAUNDERS

  Political Activist DANTE SAUNDERS says Zambia will start seeing the benefits of President HAKAINDE HICHILEMA’s international trips. Mr. SAUNDERS says the President’s international trips are meant to attract investors. Speaking to ZNBC News in Chililabombwe, Mr. SAUNDERS commended the President for marketing the country internationally as it has already started bearing fruit, looking at

FIRST LADY TOURS IMBUTO PROJECT IN RWANDA

(ZANIS) First Lady MUTINTA HICHILEMA today joined other First Ladies in a tour to appreciate a project by Rwanda’s First Lady called ‘Imbuto,’ which supports the development of a healthy, educated and prosperous society. The project focuses on the provision of knowledge and skills to the youths in a variety of fields. Women and girls

Mayukwayukwa refugee settlement financially constrained

By Ruth Chayinda- The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees -UNHCR- has proposed to government to consider consolidating the funding to the Mayukwayukwa and Meheba refugee settlement as a way of reducing financial constraints. UNHCR Head of Kaoma Field Unit RICHARD KAKOOZA says the 56 year old Mayukwayukwa refugee settlement is not receiving much donor

350 PARTICPATE IN MOSI-O-TUNYA MARATHON

About 350 people from various companies have participated in the inaugural Mosi -Oa- Tunya Eco-Marathon held this morning in the tourist capital Livingstone. The Event saw CHRISTOPHER CHILUFYA who participated on an individual basis scoop the first position in the male category of the 42-kilometer race while MANYILE NJOVU from ZESCO won the female category.

LOCAL FARMERS TAKE ADVANTAGE OF POTATO, ONION BAN

By Patricia Banda A cooperative of 55 farmers in Lusaka has embarked on growing Irish potatoes for supply to local markets. CHARLES MWIINGA, a representative of the group has told ZNBC News that the Community based multipurpose cooperative is taking advantage of good agriculture policies by government such as banning importation of potatoes and onions.

SDG’s to be implemented in 8NDP

By Patricia Banda Government is optimistic that the country will be able to implement Sustainable Development Goals -SDG’s- in the 8th National Development Plan that is expected to be launched this year. Acting Secretary to the Cabinet PATRICK KANGWA says Zambia only managed to achieve 86-percent of SDG’s in the 7th National Development Plan that
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