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Top cop in robbery charge

CHOMBA MUSIKA, Lusaka POLICE in Lusaka have arrested Kanyama Police Station officer-in-charge for alleged aggravated robbery. The officer-in-charge is alleged to have attacked a businessman and got away with elephant tusks and colossal sums of money at gunpoint. According to a Zambia National Broadcasting Corporation (ZNBC) television news bulletin monitored last night, the incident happened

4 die in trucks collision

KALUNGA MUSONDA, Kabwe FOUR people have died on the spot in a road traffic accident in Mkushi after a truck in which they were traveling collided with another truck laden with bags of maize. Central Province commissioner of police Lombe Kamukoshi said in an interview yesterday that the accident happened on Thursday morning around 02:00

Labour movement gets tough

HONE SIAME, Kitwe THE Zambia Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) has called on police to firmly deal with perpetrators of lawlessness in the country to sustain the political stability the country has enjoyed over the years. The president of the trade unions’ mother body, Nkole Chishimba, said in an interview in Kitwe yesterday that all

Meet Brian Mushimba: From engineering to politics

By Clinton Masumba 41-year-Old Brian Mushimba was elected Member of Parliament for Kankoyo Constituency in Mufulira District under the Patriotic Front Ticket on the 11th August 2016. He is among the few that would resign from the position of Regional Director for Africa for the Norwegian State owned electricity utility, Statkraft overseeing their growth agenda

Beit Cure in US$91,138 Japanese aid

ALVIN CHIINGA, Lusaka THE Japanese government has given Beit Cure Hospital in Lusaka a US$91,138 grant to help it implement the project aimed at improving X-Ray equipment for the hospital. Japanese ambassador to Zambia Kiyoshi Koinuma said during the signing ceremony at the Japanese embassy yesterday that the grant will help improve healthcare services in

Zambian economy resilient Pule

STEVEN MVULA, Lusaka CHRISTIAN Democratic Party (CDP) president Daniel Pule says Zambia’s economy has remained resilient despite the nation undergoing a difficult period. And Dr Pule says President Lungu is a unifying factor in Zambia and that people must, therefore, support him. Speaking at a press briefing yesterday, Dr Pule said the Kwacha would have
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