RECENTLY, we featured articles on the latest report by the Zambia Institute for Policy Analysis and Research (ZIPAR) which indicates that Zambia’s city populations are expanding at an average rate of nearly four per cent per year. Apart from the original article, there have been reactions from various sections of the readership with the last
Law experts in the Ministry of Justice have cautioned people who are spreading false information on the proposed Bill of Rights that it has enshrined homosexuality. Senior Parliamentary Counsel, Kevin Mweemba, dispelled the rumours in Isoka district of Muchinga province yesterday during the ongoing country wide sensitisation campaign on the referendum. Mr Mweemba explained that
AS we continue looking at third party claims today, we tackle the issue of how much a road accident victim should be paid after submitting all the necessary documents discussed last week. First of all, any claim by a victim will normally have a demand letter. This is the amount which the victim is claiming
THE Food Reserve Agency (FRA) has bought more than 44,000 tonnes of maize countrywide since the buying exercise begun, executive director Chola Kafwabulula has said. And it has been stablished that maize smugglers are using new routes in an effort to operate under the radar of security personel. Mr Kafwabulula said the newest route used
VENTURE capital is increasingly taking a prominent role in global business finance. As we saw last week, the venture capital mode of financing businesses is most ideal for start–ups. This is because such companies usually have a lean asset base and limited operating history to attract capital from either the stock exchange or banking systems.
Mwansabombwe District Commissioner, Victor Kasuba, has expressed sadness at the latest reports of violence among political parties in the district. Speaking to ZANIS in an interview, Kasuba, said it is quite unfortunate that despite the President’s continuous preaching about the importance of peace and holding of peaceful elections, some political parties have not heeded to that
UPND President Hakainde Hichilema says the country has one of the worst health indicators globally because government has failed to prioritise health care for the majority. The UPND leader accused the current government of not owning up to their promise of spending 15% of the total budget on health as the share has gone down
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