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Clean,safe water a top priority-Mposha

Peter Tembo-Water development Minister MIKE MPOSHA says the government has prioritized the provision of clean and safe water as one of the catalysts to achieving social-economic development. Mr. MPOSHA says the new dawn administration has expressed this commitment towards providing clean and safe water to the Zambian people by increasing the allocation of money to…

China to assist public media

Hector Simfukwe-China has offered to assist Zambia with vehicles and equipment for the public media to enhance their operations. The Chinese government has also pledged to provide ten thousand facemasks to be distributed to various media houses in boosting the fight against covid-19. This came to light when Information and Media Minister and Chief Government…

Kabwata campaigns heighten

Mary Kachepa-Political parties taking part in the Kabwata parliamentary by-election have heightened campaigns ahead of the February 3 poll. UPND candidate ANDREW TAYENGWA says the door to door campaigns are going well and chances of the UPND retaining the seat are high. Mr. TAYENGWA says he is headed for a landslide victory because he has…

Police warn Sean Tembo

Hector Simfukwe-The Zambia Police Service has recorded a warn and caution statement from opposition Patriots For Economic Progress -PEP- President SEAN TEMBO. Police Spokesperson RAE HAMOONGA says the statement is for the offence of hate speech. Mr. HAMOONGA says it is alleged that on November, 2, 2021, Mr. TEMBO posted names on his face book…

Birthday celebration for PM sparks new party row

Boris Johnson is under renewed pressure after Downing Street admitted staff gathered inside No 10 during the first Covid lockdown to mark his birthday. ITV News reported that up to 30 people attended the June 2020 event, sang Happy Birthday and were served cake. No 10 said staff had “gathered briefly” to “wish the prime minister…

SOME UNIONIZED MINERS ON THE COPPERBELT REJECT 10 PERCENT SALARY RAISE

By Michael Kaluba Some unionized miners on the Copperbelt have rejected the 10 percent 2022 salary increment offered by their respective mine managements. At government controlled Mopani Copper Mines, workers are disappointed that they have been offered 10 percent despite all the promises from the UPND when it was in opposition that miners’ welfare would…
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