THE scam unearthed by the Zambia Weights and Measures Agency (ZWMA) where seven milling companies have been packaging and selling underweight bags of mealie meal is daylight robbery and must not be allowed to continue. The scam came to light after ZWMA between May and July this year, conducted inspections at 10 milling companies in
Dear editor, IT IS encouraging to see the NGOCC take a firm stance against gender violence practiced by Congolese musician, Koffi Olomide. This is what is expected from this organisation. Let the women movement lobby for sanctions against all GBV perpe...
JACK ZIMBA, Mpika PRESIDENT Lungu says his administration plans to divide the vast Mpika district in Muchinga Province into three districts to make it easier to administer. He has also directed Minister of Local Government and Housing Stephen Kampyongo to upgrade Mpika District Council into a municipal council. The President said this here yesterday when
VICTOR KUMWENDA, Lusaka THE process of engaging a national team coach got underway yesterday with the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) select panel interviewing Frenchman Sebastien Desabre. And Swiss coach Raoul Savoy has been shortlisted for the Chipolopolo job. Desabre, who arrived at Football House after 09:00 hours, was in a jovial mood as he
Liberian midwives are being trained as surgeons to assume the role of maternal health doctors killed by Ebola, according to a recent episode of The Cure, Al Jazeera’s award-winning medical series. South African Dr Tlaleng Mofokeng travelled to Liberia to investigate. “Liberia has one of the highest maternal mortality rates in the world,” she says. “It
By Kelvin Esiasa As 11 August is getting closer. The election campaigns in Zambia are now rooted as many of the political parties have almost reached all area in Zambia. At least all the parties are driving there political ambitions aggressively. There are several expectations that we the electorates would like to see in August
I have read with pride, as Zambia has taken one of the most definitive step in women’s rights activism. Obviously we all know what Koffi Olomide did, but the actions taken by Kenya and Zambia is dismissing him shows our continued commitment to improving the plight of the African woman on the continent. Women continue