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RTSA Told To Improve Service  

August 14, 2019August 14, 20196By Austin Mwale- Transport and Communications Minister Mutotwe Kafwaya has urged the new Road Transport and Safety Agency -RTSA- board of directors to come up with new innovations that will enhance service delivery.Mr Kafwaya says he RTSA to address all the challenges at service centres to improve service delivery.He noted that…

Sampa: Delimitation Is Catalyst for Development

Kasama Central Member of Parliament Kelvin Sampa said the delimitation exercise which is currently under way in the district is a catalyst for development in the area.Mr. Sampa said Kasama district which has two constituencies, Lukashya and Kasama Central, is too vast making it difficult to monitor developments.He stated that the two constituencies need to…

Tutwa Criticizes LAZ Over Constitution Court Case

Lawyer Tutwa Ngulube says it is wrong for the Law Association of Zambia -LAZ-to take the matter regarding the constitution to court without consulting the general membership.Mr. Ngulube says at the consultative meeting held at Intercontinental hotel in Lusaka a fortnight ago lawyers had agreed to review some clauses in the proposed constitution amendment bill…

State Firms told to Improve Customer Engagement

By Sharon Kunda- The Industrial Development Cooperation -IDC- has called on state owned enterprises to engage in constant customer improvement.IDC Group Chief Executive Officer Mateyo Kaluba says ownership should have no bearing on whether or not a company is profitable.Mr. Kaluba says with a competent management and board in place, state owned companies are expected…

Lungu Mourns Late Acting Chief Nabwalya

President Edgar Lungu has sent a message of condolence to the Bisa people of Nabwalya in Mpika on the death of acting chief Nabwalya.Muchinga province Minister Malozo Sichone told ZANIS in an interview in Chinsali today that Government is mourning with the Bisa people of Mpika.Mr. Sichone said President Lungu has sent the message to…

Stanbic Bank Donates K240,000 to Junior Achievement

By Patricia Banda-First Lady Esther Lungu has commended Stanbic Bank for its commitment to uplifting the living standards of children especially those in rural areas.Mrs Lungu said this when the bank handed over a cheque worth 240,000 Kwacha to her to go towards this year’s Junior Achievement programme.The First Lady has encouraged pupils to make…
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