STEVEN MVULA, Lusaka THE European Union (EU) has lifted a ban on Zambian air carriers, a decision that is expected to boost tourism and increase traffic between Zambia and European countries. This is according to a statement issued by the EU in Brussels yesterday when the grouping updated its air safety list that seeks highest
DIANA MUTAKAFIMBO, ALEX NJOVU, Lusaka ZAMBIA will face Swaziland in the Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (COSAFA) Senior Challenge Cup quarter-finals on Sunday and assistant coach Aggrey Chiyangi says the Sihlangu will be handled with respect. Swaziland topped Group A to set a date against four-time COSAFA champions Zambia who are joining the competition
ARTHUR MWANSA, Lusaka CHIEF Justice Irene Mambilima has advised lawyers to ensure cases before the courts of law are expeditiously disposed of. She said it is not only the judges or the magistrates who should ensure expeditious disposal of cases. She said this at the Supreme Court in Lusaka yesterday during the admission of 94
ALVIN CHIINGA, Lusaka UNITED Party for National Development (UPND) president Hakainde Hichilema says his party will revive the country’s economy once elected into office. Mr Hichilema said his team that is currently campaigning for the UPND is formidable and will, therefore, deliver to the expectations of the Zambian people. “We will fix this broken economy
MULWANDA LUPIYA, Ndola ZAMBIAN boxers Emmanuel Ngoma and Ben Muziyo today begin their quest to secure a slot at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games when the World Championship gets underway in Azerbaijan. According to the draws conducted in Baku yesterday and released by coach Kennedy Kanyanta, bantamweight Ngoma and middleweight Muziyo will go
KELVIN CHONGO, Shibuyunji PATRIOTIC Front (PF) deputy spokesperson Frank Bwalya has challenged the Post Newspapers to pay the money it owes the Zambia Revenue Authority (ZRA) in full instead of crying victim. And Mr Bwalya has challenged traditional leaders opposed to the recent increase of chiefs’ subsidies to reject it if they are seriously not
CHIMWEMWE MWALE, Lusaka THE Supreme Court has upheld an appeal by Zambia Revenue Authority (ZRA) against a High Court ruling that granted The Post Newspaper a stay which prevented the statutory body from collecting tax liabilities from the company in full. ZRA appealed to the Supreme Court after The Post commenced judicial review proceedings challenging
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