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ZESCO, NKANA TO SHINE-MBEWE

Football analyst Luke Mbewe is confident that ZESCO and Nkana will have positive results in the second league of confederation games to be played this weekend. Mbewe said a 3-goal advantage by Nkana gives them an advantage against San Pedro who proved to have a weak defense in the first league. He said ZESCO are…

GOVT COMMITS TO FIGHTING HUMAN TRAFFICKING

Home Affairs minister Stephen Kampyongo says government is scaling up efforts to fight human trafficking and smuggling in the country. Mr. Kampyongo says his office stands ready to further support all efforts in combating human trafficking and smuggling in Zambia and beyond borders. He was speaking in Lusaka during the launch of United Nations office…

WORKS ON SOLAR PLANT ADVANCES

Construction of the 60 million United States dollar Bangweulu 54 megawatts solar plant at the Lusaka South Multi facility Economic Zone has advanced with works reaching 95 percent. Energy Minister Mathew Nkhuwa says once the solar project is completed it will diversify the country‚Äôs energy and contribute to the reduction in the electricity tariffs Mr.…

PF CAMPAIGNS ON DEVELOPMENT

The Patriotic Front (PF) in Sesheke says it will not depart from selling the party manifesto because it is focused on pro poor policies and improving the lives of the people in the area. PF Southern Province Chairperson Lawrence Evans says the PF unlike other political parties will concentrate on selling the manifesto rather than…

NEW MEDIA BODY LAUNCHED

A new Media Body called Zambia Institute of Independent Media Alliance -ZIIMA- has been launched. Speaking during the launch in Lusaka today, ZIIMA President Jajah Coulibaly said the Alliance is born with the realization of the demand for ethical and free media profession. Mr. Coulibaly has noted that the media in Zambia faces many challenges…

NATIONAL DIALOGUE PROCESS LAUNCHED

The Three Church Mother bodies facilitating the dialogue process have Launched the National Dialogue and Reconciliation process with a call for Zambians to stay away from tribalism. Speaking during the Launch, Zambia Conference of Catholic Bishops-ZCCB- president Bishop George Lungu said tribalism is one of the vices that has contributed to recent political tension in…

DIGITAL X-RAY MACHINES INSTALLED

Government has started the installation of the digital X-ray machines at all the first and second level hospitals across the country. The X-ray machines that were procured at a cost of 20 million kwacha with the help of the Japanese government will be strategically placed in 13 different hospitals in all the ten provinces. And…
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