By Max Matza BBC News A school district in the US state of Utah has removed the Bible from elementary and middle schools for containing “vulgarity and violence”. The move follows a complaint from a parent that the King James Bible has material unsuitable for children. Utah’s Republican government passed a law in 2022 banning
Macpherson Mukuka ZNBC News The prolonged dry spells experienced in some parts of the country in the 2022- 2023 rain season have resulted in poor crop yields among some small-scale farmers. In Gwembe District of Southern Province, some smallholder farmers who are into production of Maize and Sunflower have expressed fear of possible hunger due
Mercy Mwepa ZNBC News,Luanda The Africa Union has called for accelerated efforts in addressing the insecurities called by war in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo and Sudan. African Union Commission Chairperson Moussa Faki Mahamat stated that the wars have led to humanitarian crisis and caused massive damage to infrastructure in the two countries. He
ZANIS The Parliamentary Committee on Cabinet Affairs has urged councils to take seriously the implementation of the monitoring and Evaluation policy guidelines on the Constituency Development Fund (CDF) projects and other government funded projects. Committee Chairperson, ANDREW LUBUSHA says proper implementation of the M&E Policy guidelines will help reduce wastage and diversion of the CDF
Ruth Chayinda ZNBC News Road Development Agency says the Concessionaire awarded the contract on the Lusaka Ndola road is expected to start works by July this year . Acting Chief Executive Officer GRACE MUTEMBO says the concessionaire will be on site to do some work on the existing alignment as they work towards attaining financial
Patricia Banda ZNBC News 37 youths from Shangommbo District in Western Province who have been sponsored to train as drivers through Constituency Development Funds -CDF have appealed to Government to consider printing the high way code in local languages. MUTELO SHWANA says this is because some youths do not understand English, while others do not
Mwila Nsofu ZNBC News Health Minister SYLVIA MASEBO has called on corporate entities and individuals to support the provision of health services and water supply in remote communities. Ms MASEBO has challenged capable companies and individuals to up corporate social responsibility. She was speaking at the groundbreaking of the construction of Mwalukanga Health Post in
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