Nationalise the Mines, demolish slums and build descent houses – Economist Habaazoka

107 ViewsEconomist Lubinda Haabazoka has called for radical economic development revolution that should see the country redesign it’s townships, demolish slums and put up descent accommodation for its citizens. Dr Haabazoka says the mines can fund this venture and has called on government to nationalise the mines. He says it’s unfair to over to demand

PIA Supports NHI Bill

The Pensions Insurance Authority says it supports the enactment of the National Health Insurance Bill. PIA Deputy Registrar in charge of Insurance Titus Nkwale says the bill is a mechanism by which citizens will be accorded an opportunity to access enhanced primary health care services. Mr Nkwale is however, of the view that the bill

300 Jobs To Be Created At Modern KK Airport

Housing and Infrastructure Development Minister Ronald Chitotela says 300 permanent jobs will be created once the upgrade of Kenneth Kaunda International Airport and construction of supporting infrastructure is completed. And Mr. Chitotela has told Parliament that works to upgrade airport road into a dual carriageway will commence before the end of this year. He was

Lloyd Kaziya’s Legacy

We are not politicking but this is real life. This is not a copper mine but a road in Matero East where fired Water and Development Minister Lloyd Mulenga Kaziya is Member of Parliament. In fact, this delapidated road is a few Kilometer away from  Mr Kaziya residency. What are  these law-marker doing for their

PF Has Ruined Zambia – HH

UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema says there should be national consensus that the PF government has ruined Zambia through grand corruption. And Hichilema says PF government leaders are utterly greedy such that “the President is the one leading the queue to illegally get plots”. Meanwhile, Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba, popularly known as GBM, says Zambians are yearning

Jobless Hubby Denied Conjugal Rights

A LUSAKA man has questioned his wife’s decision to stop sleeping with him because of beer now, yet he used to drink while he was in employment. Brighton Makai, 54, of Chazanga compound was testifying in a case in which his wife, Grace Makai, 44, sued him for reconciliation. The two got married in 1992