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Stalled Infrastructural Projects Worry N/W Minister

North Western Province Minister Nathaniel Mubukwanu has expressed concern at some infrastructure projects which have stalled in the area. Mubukwanu said completion of the projects will greatly improve the lives of people in the province. He said some of the projects in the area which have stalled require few funds to be completed. Mubukwanu said…

ZAMBIA BEATS MOROCCO

By Robert Mwanza:Zambia has beaten Morocco by three goals to two in an international friendly match played this evening in that country.This is part of the three friendlies that FAZ President Andrew Kamanga and the Royal Morocco Football Federation agreed to play some months ago.Zambia lost the first match to African Champions Cameroon by two…

PROMOTE ARTS-MAWERE

By Etambuyu Katota:Sports Minister Moses Mawere has urged artists to take advantage of sports to promote arts.Mawere says art depicts the country’s culture and sport provides the best platform to market Zambia to other countries.He says art is a part of daily life that Zambians must begin to embrace.Mawere says Art will only receive full…

HANDBALL TEAM MAKES TO IHF-AFRICA CHAMPIONSHIP

By Chiko Mukoka:The Zambia Girls Under 17 Handball National Team has qualified to the International Handball Federation -IHF- Africa Championship to be hosted in Guinea next month.This is after they beat Mozambique 30-21 in the final of the IHF Zone six and seven qualifiers at the Olympic Youth Development Center -OYDC.But the Under 20 girls…

UNDERSTAND CHANGES IN CLIMATE – MUKWITA

By Mwila Nsofu:Zambia’s Ambassador to Germany Anthony Mukwita has urged the Zambian delegation to the Conference of climate change in Bonn Germany, to use the event to gather the latest scientific understanding of what is happening to the climate.Mr. Mukwita says the delegates must also learn some of the best practices in policy formulation and…

POLICE ARRESTS LUSAKA ‘FIRE GIRL’

By Penelope Sikazwe-Police in Lusaka have apprehended a 19-year-old girl from Kabwata in connection with a fire that saw two toddlers jumping out of a burning building last Friday.Martha Hatambo is likely to be charged with criminal negligence after she allegedly locked her two nephews in the house, on the second floor while she went…

GOVERNMENT SETTLES LENSHINA FOLLOWERS

By Katwishi Bwalya-Over 80 families of the former followers of the Lenshina have been resettled in Mpika and Kanchibiya districts. Minister in the office of the Vice- President Sylvia Chalikosa says the families have been given permanent land. Ms. Chalikosa says government will now move in and ensure it provides social amenities to the families.…