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MILLERS EXPECT PRICE HIKES

Millers Association of Zambia (MAZ) says it is anticipating price movements in mealie-meal and bread due to spiral effects of the fuel increase. MAZ Chairman Andrew Chintala says the movements in the price of mealie meal will be minimal as raw materials are traded in Kwacha. Mr Chintala however told ZNBC News in an interview…

RIO-AID SEEKS TO UPGRADE SLUMS

A Romanian Company, Rio- Aid is expected to carry out pre and actual feasibility studies in Lusaka, for the slum upgrade or Urban Renewal programme by the end of this year. Minister of Housing and Infrastructure Development Ronald Chitotela says the studies will be done at NO cost. Mr Chitotela added that in regard to…

Ninety NIGGERS GET 1 YEAR JAIL TIME

Thirteen members of the infamous notorious teenage gang in Kitwe on the Copperbelt, have been sentenced to one year probation. This is after the group was convicted by the Kitwe Magistrate Court for conduct likely to cause the breach of peace. Sentencing the 13 juveniles this morning, Kitwe Resident Magistrate, Malota Phiri has warned the…

YALI SUPPORTS EXPANSION OF YOUTH PROGRAM

Young African Leaders Initiative -YALI- has welcomed government’s decision to increase the number of youths to be trained under the vocational and life skills centres under the 2019 Budget. YALI President Andrew Nthewewe says the move will reduce unemployment among youths. He adds that once young people are imparted with skills they will be able…

BASKETBALLERS ASKED TO MARKET SPORT

Minister of Youth and Sports Moses Mawere has advised young Basketball players  to work hard and market the sport. Mawere says Zambia is a sporting nation with players of great potential to become global basketball Icons. He says Government will continue to support various sports disciplines if they keep bringing trophies to the country. Mawere…

GOVT SEEKS TO STEADY KWACHA

Minister of Finance, Margaret Mwanakatwe says Government is engaging key market players to stabilize the Kwacha. Mrs. Mwanakatwe also says Government is committed to addressing sentiments on the depreciation of the kwacha through fiscal consolidation as well as addressing the concerns on information aspects such as debt numbers. She says the depreciation of the kwacha…

Eleven CHARGED UNDER STATE SECURITY ACT

Two Chinese nationals and nine Zambians who were picked up in Livingstone have been formerly arrested and charged with various offences under the State Security Act, Penal Code and Firearms Act. Southern Province Police Commissioner Bonny Kapeso has confirmed the development at a media briefing in Choma. The two Chinese have been charged with two…
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