By Etambuyu Katota The Ministry of Home Affairs and Internal Security has so far registered One million citizens on the Integrated National Registration and Identification System – INRIS. Home Affairs and Internal Security Minister JACK MWIIMBU says government will soon start the issuance of the new biometric enabled National Registration Identity cards containing a new
By Wilson Mulinda Sports Minister ELVIS NKANDU has challenged sports federations to beat last year’s record of trophies and medals. This is after the Zambian Futsal National Team won two International tournaments in Italy and Croatia. NKANDU says victories and good performances will attract investment and sponsorship for the teams. He told ZNBC news that
By Christopher Miti A private company, engaged to construct the Magazine market, in Chipata, Eastern province, has been ordered to redo the works. This is after the project implementers, Chipata City Council, discovered defects, during an inspection exercise. Amachocholi Construction Company was engaged to construct Magazine market at a cost of over 131-thousand kwacha, under
(ZANIS) A Stores Officer at the Ministry of Fisheries and Livestock and his two sons have drowned in the Zambezi River in Mongu district, Western province. A brother-in-law to the deceased, GEORGE MUWOWO told ZANIS that the incident happened between 15:00 hours and 16:00 hours on Saturday. Mr. MUWOWO said MAYBIN CHILONGO met his fate
By Musenge Mulimba Police in Chingola have unearthed a scam in which some people have been mixing D Compound fertiliser with sand. And police have arrested ten people in connection with the crime. The ten suspects were apprehended last night at a named Lodge in Chingola where the repacking of the Compound D fertiliser was
By Masauso Mkwayaya The Securities and Exchange Commission-SEC- has urged investors to research before making any investment on Capital Markets to avoid fraud. SEC Chairperson RUTH MUGALA says the world of Finance and Capital Markets is complex and challenging hence the need for investors to be vigilant and discerning. Ms. MUGALA says investors need to
(BBC) At least 10 people, including three children, were killed when the roof of a church collapsed in northern Mexico. The collapse happened on Sunday afternoon local time as around 100 people were attending a baptism at Santa Cruz church in Ciudad Madero. Sixty people were injured, at least two of them seriously, and dozens
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