SINCE David Livingstone set foot in this region introducing the three Cs-Commerce, Civilisation and Christianity, Zambia became a Christian nation. By officially declaring Zambia as a Christian nation, the second Republican President Frederick Chiluba was just endorsing the ecclesiastical crusade initiated by Livingstone. In short Zambia is not a Christian nation by accident, but by
By CHILA NAMAIKO - THE Zambia-Chinese Association has established an Emergency Medical Assistance Team with the Chinese government pledging to support the expansion of existing infrastructure at the Levy Mwanawasa Hospital in Lusaka. The team serves as a professional platform for coordinating medical staff to provide effective health services in case of emergencies and accidents
By PASSY HAACHIZO - THE Zambia Conference of Catholic Bishops (ZCCB) has written to the Catholic Church to preach peace ahead of the general elections. In a letter read On Sunday during a church service in Kabwe by Lukanga Catholic Parish priest Peter Tembo signed on July, 17, this year by ZCCB president Telesphore George
By STEVEN ZANDE - THREE people died in a road traffic accident on the road leading to Makeni in Lusaka yesterday. The deceased were identified as Dominic Moomba Cheeba, 35, of Makeni, an unidentified driver of a BMW and a passenger of the same vehicle who was also identified. The accident involved a BMW registration
By JAJAH COULIBALY - THE Bank of Zambia and its collaborating partners have developed various initiatives under its National Strategy on Financial Education to provide people with the appropriate capacity to make informed financial decisions. BoZ deputy Governor Tukiya Kankasa said the strategy, which is being spearheaded by the Ministry of Finance and other financial
By THANDIWE MOYO - IN Zambia, a bigger percentage of the population lives in rural and peri-urban areas. But in such areas, access to pharmacies and essential medicines is limited because the majority of licenced pharmacists choose to live and work in urban areas where there are more opportunities. This state of affairs has left
By STEPHEN KAPAMBWE - FOREIGN Affairs Minister Harry Kalaba says politicians in Zambia have a lot to learn from leaders in Britain who decided to put aside partisan interests for the sake of national interest during the recent power transition. “We need to take a leaf from such kind of level headedness and love for
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