Mwami-Mchinji one stop border post commissioned

By Mercy Ngoma President HAKAINDE HICHILEMA and his Malawian counterpart LAZARUS CHAKWERA have officially commissioned the Mchinji-Mwami One Stop Border Post. The two leaders have described the border post as an important milestone in the development of Zambia and Malawi. And President HICHILEMA has directed the Ministry of Home Affairs to quickly meet with their

Partial withdrawal of pension contributions for NAPSA members coming – TAMBATAMBA

By Brian Mwale Labour Minister BRENDA TAMBATAMBA says the Amendment Bill to allow early access of pension contributions for members of the National Pension Scheme Authority -NAPSA- is still being developed. Ms. TAMBATAMBA says the Bill will be introduced in Parliament once the drafting process has been finalised. She says the National Pension Scheme Amendment

MOSHO petitions court to deregister PF

By Hannock Kasama Prominent Lusaka Lawyer LEWIS MOSHO has filed a suit demanding an order that the Patriotic Front -PF- be de-registered because of four million kwacha owed to him. Mr. MOSHO has sought the Court Order to direct the Minister of Home Affairs to declare the PF as an unlawful party or society in

Killer of South African anti-apartheid hero freed

(BBC) South Africa’s justice ministry has confirmed that the man who killed the South African anti-apartheid hero, Chris Hani, has been released on parole. Last month’s decision by the constitutional court to free Janusz Walus drew widespread criticism in South Africa. Mr. Hani’s widow described it as diabolical. The hugely popular senior member of the

Germany arrests 25 accused of plotting coup

(BBC) Twenty-five people have been arrested in raids across Germany on suspicion of plotting to overthrow the government. The group of far-right and ex-military figures are said to have prepared for a “Day X” to storm the Reichstag parliament building and seize power. A minor aristocrat named as Prince Heinrich XIII, 71, is alleged to

COUNCIL OFFICERS FACE DISCIPLINARY ACTION FOR DELAYING CDF PROJECTS

By Prince Chiyuni Local Government and Rural Development Permanent Secretary MAAMBO HAAMAUDU has warned that the Ministry will not hesitate to discipline council officers delaying the implementation of Constituency Development Fund-CDF projects. Mr. HAAMAUDU says Government has released all the funds and the onus is on the officers charged with the responsibility to ensure the
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