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ZEMA TOLD TO BE FIRM

The Zambia Environmental Management Agency -ZEMA-and the Water Resources Management Authority-WARMA have been directed to firmly deal with anyone who is not complying with environmental regulations. Water Development Permanent Secretary Ed Chomba said this at the official opening of the 36th Environmental Education Association of Southern Africa -EEASA conference in Livingstone under the theme, “Rethinking…

SHEPOLOPOLO SUFFERS INJURIES

Injuries have rocked the Zambia Women’s National Football Team ahead of the final group game against Mozambique set for tomorrow. Captain Misozi Zulu and Rhoda Chileshe have since been ruled out of tomorrow’s game. Rhoda has sustained a knee injury while a medical report is being awaited for Misozi. And Shepolopolo Coach Beauty Mwamba says…

IBA ASKED TO SANCTION TV STATION

A Lusaka resident has written to the Independent Broadcasting Authority -IBA- to complain over an advertisement that is running on a named television station allegedly inciting people to rise against Chinese nationals. Chanoda Ngwira says the political advert can be a source of unlawful acts such as xenophobia and can incite people to rise against…

LUSAKA WATER TOLD TO IMPROVE

Lusaka Province Minister Bowman Lusambo has challenged the Lusaka Water and Sewerage Company to prioritize service delivery. Mr. Lusambo says this will result in increased revenue collection as people will be willingly paying for the service. He has also called on the water utility company to work on the erratic water supply in Lusaka and…

GOVT WANTS TOURISM TO THRIVE

Minister of Information says government is striving to create a conducive environment for the tourism sector to thrive. Dora Siliya says this will be done by improving infrastructure and increasing bed spaces and other support services. Speaking during media briefing in Lusaka where she was flanked by Northern Province Minister Brian Mundubile and Central Province…

LODGES,HOTELS TO BE GRADED

The Zambia Tourism Agency says all accommodation facilities in the country will be graded this year to ensure they conform to minimum standards. Agency Chief Executive Officer Felix Chaila says this will ensure efficiency in service delivery. Mr. Chaila observes that there is need to end mediocre services if the promotion of Zambia as a…
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