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MWANJABANTHU TO HAVE NEW HOSPITAL

By Gift Inambao: The ministry of health has started constructing a 2-hundred bed capacity hospital in Chieftainess Mwanjabantu’s chiefdom in Petauke District. And Health minister Chitalu Chilufya says government is concerned with the long distances the people in the area cover to access health care services. Dr. Chilufya says government is working on addressing this…

CHIEF MPAMBA ADVISES FARMERS

By Mark Ziligone: Chief Mpamba of the Tumbuka speaking people of Eastern Province has echoed calls by other traditional leaders for farmers NOT to be in a hurry to sell their Maize to briefcase buyers. The Traditional Leader says the farmers should be patient and wait for the official buying price by the Food Reserve…

NAMED LEADER CONDEMNED

By ZANIS: The Patriotic Front  (PF) has expressed disappointment with a named opposition leader who is citing miners on the Copperbelt to cause confusion due to the looming job losses in the province. PF Media Director Sunday Chanda wondered how the named opposition leader can pretend to sympathize with the miners when they are the…

ZAMBIA COMMENDS S.A FOR PEACEFUL POLLS

By Hannock Kasama: Foreign Affairs Minister Joe Malanji has commended South Africa for holding the just ended National and Provincial Elections peacefully. Mr. Malanji who headed the Southern Africa Development Community-SADC Electoral Observation Mission in South Africa  says peaceful  elections are key to the growth of democracy . He was speaking in an interview with…

TRADE KINGS DONATE TO UTH

By Cindy Mulomba: Trade kings has donated assorted hampers wealthy about ten thousand kwacha to new born babies at the university Teaching Hospital in Lusaka. This is to celebrate the Mother’s Day that fell today line with the company corporate responsibilities. Trade Kings public relation and corporate Affairs Bridget Kambobe says her company takes pride…

MUZ ASSURES MINERS

By Collins Chama: The Mine Workers Union of Zambia-MUZ has assured mine workers across the country that the challenges at both Konkola Copper Mines-KCM and Mopani Copper Mines-MCM will not dilute the country’s potential to grow the industry. MUZ President Joseph Chewe says the developments at the two mining giants should not cause any source…