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MWALE CHALLENGES COUNCIL ON INCOME

Minister of Local Government Vincent Mwale has challenged councils to invest in income generating projects to stop the over dependency on the central government. And Mr Mwale has praised Kazungula council for being up to date with workers’ salaries. The Minister said this in Kazungula when he officially opened a 3-million Kwacha Kazungula Council Lodge…

UPND COUNCILOR RESIGNS

UPND’s Munyama Ward councillor Haroon Chibwana has resigned from his position. In a letter to Kabwe district Mayor, Mr. Chibwana says he no longer wants to participate in active politics. Mr. Chibwana says his resignation is due to personal reasons. He says he will not be affiliated to any political party but will continue to…

LUAPULA,MUCHINGA TO GET AGRI CENTRES

President Edgar Chagwa Lungu (left) chairs the 17th Cabinet meeting at State House in Lusaka on Monday, October 1,2018. PICTURE BY SALIM HENRY/STATE HOUSE ©2018 Cabinet has approved the establishment of the Agricultural Services and Training Centres in Luena in Luapula and Manshya in Muchinga Provinces. Cabinet approved the implementation of phase I of the…

NUTRITIONAL DEFICIENCY WORRIES WINA

Vice President Inonge Wina has expressed concern on the nutrition deficiency among children in Zambia. Mrs. Wina says the entire Southern African region faces the same problem, as countries are dependent on maize as a staple food, which has limited nutrients. She has also pointed out that women, who are the managers of nutrition in…

MONEY NEEDED TO INTEGRATE FORMER REFUGEES

Minister of Home Affairs Stephen Kampyongo says Zambia requires financial assistance to successfully conclude the integration of the former refugees. He says at the moment the acquisition of permanent resident by former refugees has stalled due to financial constraints and legal technicalities. Speaking during the 69th Session of the Executive Committee sitting in Geneva, Switzerland…

NAMWALA, CHOMA HAVE NEW SCHOOLS

Construction works at the world bank funded Schools in Namwala and Choma Districts have started. The two schools are Itapa in Namwala and Simaubi day secondary schools in Choma respectively. And the communities in two areas have provided upfront materials and manual labour as per requirement of the 25 percent community contribution. A team Officers…

MINES TOLD TO SUPPORT BUDGET

PF Secretary General Davies Mwila says the changes made to the mining tax regime in the 2019 budget is aimed at deriving maximum benefits from the Country’s wealth and boosting related business activities in the industry. Mr. Mwila who has since urged mining companies to support the proposed tax regime says government wants to stabilize…
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