By Hannock Kasama (ZNBC News) President HAKAINDE HICHILEMA has reiterated the need for national unity anchored on love and trust for the country to reach higher heights in various spheres. The president has observed that unity is a corner stone of economic, political and social development. President HICHILEMA has also stressed that government is not
By Tamara Muswala (ZNBC News) Chief Lumpuma of Lufwanyama district on the Copperbelt has appealed to the government to consider tarring the 186 kilometers Lumpuma- Mukutuma road. The traditional leader says the road was once assigned to a contractor engaged by the government through the ministry of local government in 2018 but works stalled. Chief
By Tamara Muswala (ZNBC News) Government is mobilizing resources to start the construction of the Mpongwe Machiya road in Mpongwe on the Copperbelt. Minister of Infrastructure Housing and Urban Development CHARLES MILUPI says government is mindful of the economic importance of the road. Mr. MILUPI says once worked on, the Mpongwe Machiya road, will neable
By Mark Ziligone (ZNBC News) Vumbwi district has recorded three new Cholera cases bringing the cumulative number to 31 . And Zambia National Public Health Institute -ZNPHI-Director Communication, Information and Research MAZYANGA LIWEWE says the three new patients have been admitted at Vubwi district hospital. Ms. LIWEWE has told ZNBC news in Eastern province that
Beatrice Mfula (ZNBC News) The Meteorological Department has bought 120 documented weather stations to enhance predictions of weather conditions. Department Director EDSON NKONDE says the weather stations will be placed in all districts across country. He says the Department is mandated to monitor and predict weather in order to advise stakeholders in agriculture and other
By Agness Njobvu (ZNBC News) The Engineering Institution of Zambia -EIZ- has called on government to overhaul drainages and some bridges across the country in order to manage floods better. EIZ President ABEL NG’ANDU says most the drainage infrastructure in the country is outdated, making it difficult to withstand effects of climate change such as
(BBC)Sinach, one of Africa’s most successful and inspirational musical exports, has told the BBC that people must be sure of who they are as they try to reach their dreams. “I said the first thing as a person with a dream in your heart is to know who you are, because with the knowledge of
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