GENOCIDE MEMORIAL HANDBALL TOURNEY ON

By Chansa Kunda: The Zambia Men’s and Women’s Handball team will in June this year take part in Genocide Memorial Handball tournament to be held in Kigali, Rwanda. Handball Association of Zambia -HAZ- President Bwalya Banda says the teams have been handed an invitation by the Rwanda Handball Federation for the competition that will run…

COVID-19 VACCINE: MORE ZAMBIANS ASSURED

By Ruth Chayinda: World Health Organisation -WHO- Country Representative Nathan Bakyaita says with increased funding to the COVAX facility, more Zambians will receive the COVID-19 vaccines. Dr. Bakyaita says the vaccines are also expected to be available to Zambians under different mechanisms aside the covax facility such as the African Union and the private sector.…

MALANJI ADDRESSES MARKETEERS IN MWINILUNGA

By Victor Mwila: PF Member of the Central Committee, Joseph Malanji, has assured marketeers in Mwinilunga district of continued financial support. Mr. Malanji assured a huge crowd that gathered to receive him at Mwinilunga’s new market that government will continue giving financial support to marketeers in order to grow their business and reduce poverty. Mr.…

BUDGETARY REVENUE COLLECTION RISES

By Brian Mwala: Government in the first quarter of this year recorded a 13-percent rise in budgetary revenue collection. Secretary to the Treasury Fredson Yamba says government collected 18 point 5 billion kwacha from January to March which is 13 percent above the targeted 16 point 3 billion kwacha. Mr. Yamba says the over performance…

ZAMBEZI RANCHING COMPANY PRAISED

By NAIS: Agriculture Minister, Michael Katambo has praised Zambezi Ranching and Cropping Company for coming up with open pollinated varieties of seed crops. Mr. Katambo says the seed varieties have potential to increase farmers’ incomes through draught resistance and pest attack. He said this in Mpongwe on the Copperbelt during a Provincial Field Day, organised…

CENTRAL PROVINCE HEADED FOR MAIZE BUMPER HARVEST

By Robert Mwanza: Chief Chamuka of the Lenje people of Central province has predicted a maize bumper harvest this year in the area. The traditional leader says this is because of the good agriculture policies that have seen inputs delivered on time. Chief Chamuka has encouraged government to continue delivering inputs early as it will…
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