NANCY SIAME, ESTHER MSETEKA, Lusaka A 22-MAN delegation from China is in Zambia for a three-day visit to seek investment opportunities. And Vice-President Inonge Wina says Government has put in place economic policies which are conducive for investors. The Chinese delegation from Jiangxi Federation of Industry of Commerce is being led by its president Lei
CAROLINE KALOMBE, Lusaka THE Lusaka Magistrate’s Court has thrown out an application to refer to the Constitutional Court a case in which United Party for National Development (UPND) Vice-President Geoffrey Mwamba is charged with proposing violence. Mwamba, 52, was arrested for allegedly proposing violence in connection with a statement he made that he would go
MULWANDA LUPIYA, Ndola ZAMBIA 3 SENEGAL 54 ZAMBIA yesterday suffered a humiliating defeat to Senegal at the Africa Rugby Championship to drop to Group IC, barely a year after winning promotion. The national 15s team lost 24-15 to hosts Madagascar last ...
ALVIN CHIINGA, Lusaka THE High Commission of Zambia in South Africa has warned Zambians, especially women, to guard against seemingly lucrative offers of employment and scholarships because they could end up being victims of human trafficking. High Commission of Zambia in South Africa press secretary Nicky Shabolyo urged Zambians to be wary of exploitation whenever
ARTHUR MWANSA, Lusaka THE World Health Organisation (WHO) says concrete actions are needed to improve the safety, quality, accessibility and timely availability of blood and blood products in Africa. WHO regional director for Africa Matshidiso Moeti said this yesterday in his massage to commemorate the 2016 World Blood Donor Day (WBDD) under the theme: ‘Blood
DAILY MAIL REPORTERS, Lusaka Governance activist Ngande Mwanajiti has urged law enforcement agencies to ascertain if an allegedly forged general certificate of education belongs to named politician. At a press briefing in Lusaka yesterday, Mr Mwanajiti displayed a copy of a General Certificate of Education purportedly issued by the Ministry of Education in Zimbabwe in
CHOMBA MUSIKA, Lusaka UNITED National Independence Party (UNIP) vice-president Njekwa Anamela says the former ruling party will establish a new national airline if voted into office in the August 11 general elections. Mr Anamela, who is UNIP’s presidential running mate, said his party will establish the national airline with support from international expertise. He was
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