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KAMPYONGO NODS FREEDOM FIGHTERS

Shiwang’andu Member of Parliament Stephen Kampyongo says there is need to give special recognition to freedom fighters for their role in the country’s independence struggle. Mr. Kampyongo says a policy for freedom fighters is being formulated by Government to look into their wellbeing. He says President Edgar Lungu has respect for the founding fathers of…

SHARPEN SKILLS-YALUMA

Commerce, Trade and Industry Minister Christopher Yaluma has challenged officers in the procurement sector to sharpen their skills so that public and private institutions do not lose money when procuring goods and services. Mr. Yaluma says it is important that supply chains are professional and account for contracts to ensure the country saves resources in…

CHIEF SINAZONGWE BURRIAL TODAY

Four chiefs from Zimbabwe are in the country to attend the burial of the late Chief Sinazongwe scheduled for today in Sinazongwe. The traditional leaders who are led by Binga district council chairperson Wilson Siampolomba arrived in Sinazongwe last night and were received by Southern Province Acting Permanent Secretary Kennedy Mubanga. The four are chiefs…

Black Mountain Proprietors Irk Lawmaker over Compensation Delay

The politics around the Black Mountain were back at play as Nkana Member of Parliament Alexander Chiteme lambasted Black Mountain lead operators Chapamo Mineral Processing for failure to rehabilitate houses damaged through blasting activities. During an interactive session with the community under the umbrella of an initiative dubbed “Bringing Parliament Closer to the People” Chiteme…

Pres. Lungu Warms Mines against Intimidation

President Edgar Lungu has given mining firms something to think about after warning them that his government will not accept any lay-off of workers as threatened by the mines. The Head of State was speaking when he addressed scores of Patriotic Front officials that gathered to receive him at Southdown Airport in Kalulushi District. President…

‘Bottled’ Ndola Woman Vanishes

The matter in which five Ndola women are facing two counts of indecent assault and abduction before the Ndola Magistrate Court has taken a new twist following the disappearance of complainant in the case. This is in a matter the five, Precious Kapambwe, 25, Bridget Chisha, 21, Maureen Mutale, 29, Margret Mwansa, 25, and Catherine…
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