Solar-powered mills cheer Kawambwa residents

HONE SIAME, Kitwe RESIDENTS of Kawambwa district in Luapula Province have commended Government for allocating 10 solar-powered milling plants to the district and they are hopeful the projects will help reduce the price of mealie-meal. Government will this year set up 10 solar-powered milling plants in the district to make mealie-meal affordable for residents. Kawambwa

Tobacco board keen to support farmers

TRYNESS TEMBO, Lusaka IN AN effort to address challenges faced by tobacco farmers, the Tobacco Board of Zambia (TBZ) is eager to provide skills to farmers to help them increase yields. Currently, one of the challenges faced by smallholder tobacco farmers is low yield which is affecting their returns from the crop. TBZ chief executive

Zambians should be grateful

Dear editor, ALLOW me to express my appreciation for the good quality leadership that I have seen in President Lungu. President Lungu is the most humble, focused, dedicated and forgiving Head of State I have ever known on the African continent. This is not a cheap campaign but a reality and Zambians should thank God

Ephraim mesmerises Word Centre

NKWETO MFULA, Chingola TIME proved to be the main enemy last Friday at Chingola’s Miracle Word Centre where Ephraim led the diners in praise and worship during the fundraising dinner for the completion of the ongoing church construction works. The function attracted several men of God and business executives based in the mining town. Ephraim,

Cherish the good: It is public, private

EDUCATIONAL JOURNEY, EPHAT MUDENDA AS THE University of Zambia (UNZA) celebrates 50 years of existence this year, it is important to look back and appreciate the role it has played in national development. From 1966, it has churned out thousands of experts in various fields. These, together with many others from different institutions of higher

70 days to publicise national referendum content not enough – NGOCC

LINDA NYONDO, LUTANGU WAKUMELO, Lusaka THE Non-Governmental Organisations Co-ordinating Council (NGOCC) says the 70 days proposed before the national referendum is held is not enough for people to familiarise themselves with the contents of the question. Speaking at a media briefing in Lusaka on Wednesday, NGOCC chairperson Sera Longwe said the people of Zambia are
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