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NORTH CHIEFS TO MOBILIZE SUBJECTS TO REGISTER AS VOTERS

(ZANIS) Chiefs in Northern Province have pledged to sensitize their subjects on the need to register as voters in the ongoing registration exercise. Speaking on behalf of the traditional leaders, Chief Fwambo of the Mambwe people of Mbala district said the traditional leaders will be visiting different places to encourage people to register as voters.…

GBV HINDERANCE TO DEVELOPMENT – LUNGU

President Edgar Lungu says government is resolved to fight Gender Based Violence -GBV-as it has been a hindrance to national development. President Lungu also says there is need for strong support systems so that victims of GBV do not withdraw the cases before they are concluded by the courts of law. He has since thanked…

Local Govt Commission Warns against Abuse of Equalization Fund by Kitwe Council

Local Government Service Commission Chairperson Amos Musonda has implored the Kitwe City Council to guard against the possible abuse of Local Government Equilisation Fund (LGEF) and Constituency Development Fund (CDF). Speaking during a meeting with management and representatives of the Zambia United Local Authority Service Union ( ZULAWU) Mr. Musonda said issues regarding financial management…

INFRASTRUCTURE MINISTRY TOLD TO BE STRICT WITH STANDARDS

Vice President Inonge Wina has directed the Ministry of Housing and Infrastructure Development to ensure there is strict adherence to professional conduct, standards and delivery of quality works by architects in the country. Mrs. Wina has further urged architects to be passionate, creative and good brand ambassadors of Zambia to the outside world in their…

“ELIGIBILITY DEBATE IS OUT OF FEAR OF LOSING TO LUNGU”

By Wilson Mulinda- Patriotic Front -PF- Secretary General Davies Mwila says some politicians have continued debating President Edgar Lungu’s eligibility for the 2021 Presidential election because they fear losing to him. Mr. Mwila says such people are wasting their time because President Lungu will be on the Presidential ballot in next year’s elections. He says…

TRUCK DRIVERS URGED TO BE CAUTIOUS IN SOUTH AFRICA

Zambia’s High Commissioner to South Africa Major General Jackson Miti has urged Zambian truck drivers to be cautious as they travel to South Africa. General Miti says this follows recent violent attacks on foreign drivers in some parts of that country. He says South Africa recorded incidences of violent protests in Durban, Kwa-Zulu Natal Province,…

Lightning Strikes 2 Dead

Lusaka ~ Wed, 25 Nov 2020 By ZR Reporter Two people have died in North Western Province and Southern Province after being struck by lightning. Police spokesperson Esther Mwaata Katongo confirmed the two incidences. Katongo stated that 52 year old Monica Muswenyesa of Mufumbwe was struck by lightning inside her house on Monday. “Police in…
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