The hotel industry goes hand in hand with excellent security, as it is an integral part of the hotel’s success. In modern day, hotels invest heavily in security measures, given that lack of it can render both guests and staff susceptible to a glut of perils; not to mention damaging the hotel’s repute. Nevertheless, hotels
By Sunday Chanda BEWARE OF UPND ‘TENDERPRENEURS AND CROOKS,’ THE POST WARNS Barely four months ago on 29th January 2016, many Zambian readers were greeted with a shocking headline and story in the Post Newspaper regarding the opposition UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema commonly known as HH. The headline was shocking because it read: “HH regrets insulting The Post,” and the reason for that is a matter of
Opposition UPND president Hakainde Hichilema has charged that freedom is yet to be attained in Zambia. In his message to mark African Freedom Day which falls today, Hichilema cites the current political situation in the country. Below is the message: Today we remember with pride and gratitude the great sacrifice of those who fought bravely for our political freedoms in the past. Destructive, violent and persecutory actions now threaten this most precious of inheritances. The fight for freedom is still very much alive
Children’s corner With Panic Chilufya TODAY May 25, Zambia and the rest of Africa are celebrating African Freedom Day; a day of great significance for the people on the continent. Initially, this day, which was celebrated on April 15 was founded in 1958 when Kwame Nkrumah of Ghana convened the First Conference of Independent States
Ruling PF Secretary General Davies Chama has dismissed lists circulating that shows members who have been adopted to stand as Members of Parliament under the PF ticket. “It has come to our attention that people are producing names to the Public which they claim to have come from the PF Secretariat. Kindly be advised that
African Finance ministers meeting this week at the Annual Meetings of the African Development Bank (AfDB) must step up and respond to the super-El Niño events ravaging East and Southern Africa, said Oxfam. Over 50 million people face food shortages across Eastern, Horn and Southern Africa due to poor harvests last season and extreme El
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