… Newanzake Expresses the Need to Tackle Zambia’s Climate Crisis with Action and Support By Francis Maingaila Lusaka, Zambia, 24 (01-03-2024) – Zambia is currently grappling with a severe climate crisis, prompting ActionAid Zambia to make a urgent call to action and support. Jovina Newanzake, the Interim Country Director of ActionAid Zambia, stated to Zambia24
The cost of living for a family of five in Lusaka as measured by the Jesuit Center for Theological Reflection -JCTR- Basic Needs and Nutrition Basket in February 2024 has increased to K10, 307.01. This marks a substantial rise of K751.48 from the January’s figure of K9, 555.53. JCTR Social and Economic Development Programme Manager
The Chipolopolo Boys will participate in a four Nations tournament to be hosted by Malawi. Zimbabwe and Kenya will also take part in the tournament. The tournament will be held in Lilongwe between 18-26 March 2024. ‘The first tournament will feature the senior men’s national teams (A-teams) of our four countries. This tournament presents a
(BBC) The state-run Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) on Thursday cut power supplies to the parliament over a debt of 23m Ghanaian cedi ($1.8m; £1.4m). The outage interrupted a debate on the president’s State of the Nation speech. A video shared by local media showed MPs in the dimly lit chamber chanting: “Dumsor, dumsor”, which
… Maamba said the seized urea fertilizer offended Section 16 of the Compulsory Standards Act No. 3 of 2017, Zambian Standard ZS 605, Fertilizers- Urea Specification, as well as the Public Health Act Cap 295 of the laws of Zambia By Francis Maingaila Lusaka, Zambia24 (01-01-2024) – A collaborative effort between the Zambia Compulsory Standards
The Councillor for Kamuchanga Ward 6, in Mufulira on the Copperbelt, has been arrested for alleged corrupt practices. PAUL CHILESHE, aged 41, is believed to have received 10,000 Kwacha, from a beneficiary of a Constituency Development Fund -CDF- loan. This was a reward for having helped the beneficiary access a loan amounting to 185,000 Kwacha.
By Joseph Nyirenda The Public Service Micro Finance Company -PSMFC- says it is developing an irrigation kit for small scale farmers to respond to the dry spell the country is experiencing. PSMFC Chief Executive Officer MUBANGA MWIKO says most farmers have registered crop failure following the dry spell. Mr MWIKO says an irrigation package to
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