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THOMAS MUMBA INTERRED

By Chansa Kunda Sports Administrator Thomas Mumba has been put to rest at Lusaka’s Leopards Hill Memorial Park Cemetery after succumbing to COVID-19 last Tuesday. Mumba who has left behind a wife and five children, was serving as General Secretary of the Zambia Hockey Association at the time of his death. Speaking during the funeral…

ZAMBIA, GUINEA WRESTLE FOR TOP SLOT

By Chansa Kunda Zambia and Guinea will this evening wrestle to claim top spot in group D in an 18:00 hours showdown to be played at Limbe stadium in cameroon. Both teams are at logger heads in group D sharing the same points, but Guinea are top of the table owing to goal difference. And…

GOVT CONCERNED OVER SHORTAGE OF DRUGS IN SOME FACILITIES

(ZANIS) Health Minister Jonas Chanda says government is concerned with increasing reports of shortage of essential drugs in some health facilities in the country And Dr. Chanda is disappointed that life saving equipment in major health facilities remain non-functional. Speaking after touring Ndola Teaching Hospital -NTH- and other facilities in the district, Dr. Chanda wondered…

ECL URGES THE CHURCH TO INTERROGATE POLITICIANS

(ZANIS ) President Edgar Lungu has urged the church in Mpika District to feel free to interrogate politicians as they come to address congregants. The Head of State says Pastors have a responsibility to ensure that the right leaders are elected into office. President Lungu was speaking when he addressed the clergy at Chitulika Secondary…

ENGAGE TEACHERS – MUNTENGWA

By Kachepa Mwiinga Labour Commissioner Givens Muntengwa says Private schools that intend to pay their teachers half salaries for January must engage their employees and ensure that they reach an agreement. Mr. Muntengwa says employers and employees must agree if the schools have financial challenges on when the other half of the salary will be…

Aquaculture body welcomes extended fish ban

ZANIS-The Aquaculture Development Association of Zambia has welcomed the extended period for the annual fish ban from February 28 to May 31, 2021. Speaking in an interview with ZANIS, the Association Chairperson Fisho Mwale said the move by the ministry to extend the fish ban is good for the long term benefit of the sector.…
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