19 hours ago

‘KABULONGA LODGE NOT A THREAT’

BY MICHAEL MIYOBA THE developers of a lodge on the Kabulonga Road have described as fake and malicious, reports that the facility was a threat to the security of State House. Kabulonga lodge project manager, Barnabas Zulu,
20 hours ago

CHIMUMBWA JOINS RACE

Former -PF- Secretary General Charles Chimumbwa has declared his intentions to contest the Lusaka Province Patriotic Front Chairmanship. Mr. Chimumbwa who is also Former Nchanga Member of Parliament says he has decided to contest the seat to
20 hours ago

TAKE ACTION-CARITAS TELLS GOVT

Caritas Zambia says government should take stern action against the people who misused the money meant for the Social Cash Transfer Scheme. Executive Director Eugene Kabilika says it is unfair for people to steal from the poor.
20 hours ago

GOVT WARNS ICT ABUSERS

Communications minister Brian Mushimba has warned those in the habit of abusing Information Communication Technology -ICT- platforms that they will face the full wrath of the law. Mr. Mushimba says the digital society that government has embarked
20 hours ago

North Korea agrees to shut missile site, says Moon

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has agreed to shut one of the country’s main missile testing and launch sites, says the South’s President Moon Jae-in. After meeting in Pyongyang, the two leaders “agreed on a way to
20 hours ago

Storm Ali: Woman dies as caravan is blown off cliff

A woman has died after a caravan was blown off a cliff in the Republic of Ireland, as parts of the British Isles have been battered by Storm Ali. The woman in her 50s died after the
20 hours ago

Justin Bieber serenades Hailey Baldwin outside Buckingham Palace

Justin Bieber surprised fans by serenading partner Hailey Baldwin outside Buckingham Palace in London. The pop star performed acoustic versions of Cold Water, his 2016 collaboration with Major Lazer and MO, and Tracy Chapman’s 1988 hit Fast
20 hours ago

Pres. Lungu Fires Kabanshi in Aid Scandal Clean Up

President Edgar Lungu has taken the first step towards the clean-up in the Social Cash Transfer scandal with Community Development Minister Emerine Kabanshi fired. Kabanshi becomes the first casualty with many more expected to go in a
20 hours ago

Nigeria Gets 10 Vessels for Navy

Nigeria has procured 10 rigid hull boats which are fast patrol vessels to be assigned to its navy. The vessels were delivered by Paramount Maritime which is to complete the consignment of military standard boats. According to
20 hours ago

HIRED KILLERS NABBED

By NATION REPORTER POLICE have cornered and arrested three suspected assassins believed to have murdered elderly people suspected of practising witchcraft. Muchinga Province Police Commissioner, Chola Katanga told the Daily Nation in an interview that police were
20 hours ago

GIVE US MODERN MARKET – KAPWEPWE RESIDENTS

By NATION REPORTER RESIDENTS of Matero’s Kapwepwe ward 25 residents have asked the Lusaka City Council (LCC) to budget for construction of a modern market in the ward next year. This came to light yesterday, when officials
20 hours ago

FRA BUYS N/WEST MAIZE WORTH OVER K6 MILLION

By nation reporter THE Food Reserve Agency (FRA) has bought 86,226 50 kilogramme bags of white maize from small-scale farmers in Kasempa district in North-Western Province worth K6, 035,820. Kasempa district administrative officer Kelvin Ndandanda said in
21 hours ago

#Paipapano: Emerine Kabanshi FIRED

PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu has with immediate fired Minister for Community Development Hon. Emerine Kabanshi.(DETAILS LATER) Post Views: 3 {{current_weather.dt | moment( atts.date )}} {{current_weather.temp | temp}} °{{units}} {{day.dt | moment(atts.date)}} {{day.temp | temp}} °{{day.temp_min | temp}} °{{units}} About
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RTSA OFFICERS CAUGHT IN OWN TRAP

By AARON CHIYANZO IN a peculiar turn of events, some senior RTSA employees are among road traffic offenders captured by the road side cameras meant to enforce road safety. Commuter Rights Association of Zambia (CRAZ) president, Aaron
21 hours ago

PRESENT THE NATIONAL SAFETY POLICY IN PARLIAMENT

WE do not just need jobs, we need safe jobs. To achieve safe jobs, Zambia urgently needs the National Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) policy. The policy, which has been drafted, must be presented in Parliament during
21 hours ago

I SAW JERABOS STAB A COUPLE – WITNESS

Share this article A BUSINESSMAN of Chingola has narrated in the Kitwe High Court that he witnessed a group of youths, commonly referred to as Jerabos, stab a couple. Gift Ng’ambi told Mr Justice Isaac Kamwendo that
22 hours ago

NO CHOLERA OUTBREAK

Heath  September 19, 2018September 19, 2018 admin2 0 Comments Share this article There is no cholera outbreak in Lusaka and all statements claiming the same are untrue, ministry of health spokesperson Dr Maximillian Bweupe has clarified. Social
22 hours ago

COPPER PRICES FALL

By BUSINESS REPORTER COPPER prices on the London Metal Exchange fell as much as 1.9 percent to $5,861.50 a tonne as base metals prices fell sharply on reports that the United States has imposed tariffs on $200
24 hours ago

#Paipapano: Sweden freezes Aid to Zambia Over Corruption

SWEDEN has become the latest country to freeze aid to Zambia over suspected misuse of funds within Social Cash Transfer programme in Zambia.Finland, Great Britain and Ireland are also suspending their support.Sweden supports cash transfers to the poorest
1 day ago

JCTR urges govt to reconsider minimum wage

JCTR Executive Director Fr. Emmanuel Mumba The Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection has described the revised minimum wage for domestic workers as a drop in the ocean because it does not meet the prevailing cost of living
1 day ago

Presidential parley speech not fulfilling-NAREP

Bwalya Nondo The National Restoration Party (NAREP) says the presidential speech during the official opening of parliament was not fulfilling. NAREP spokesperson Bwalya Nondo has told Q news that the President’s speech was not different from his
1 day ago

Persecute all involved in corruption- FOOTE

United States Ambassador to Zambia, Daniel Foote says law enforcement agencies should bring to book all those cited for corruption. Reacting to President Edgar Lungu’s address during the official opening of the 3rd session of the 12th
1 day ago

Malawian national killed in Monze, Police say

POLICE in Monze District of Southern Province on 16th September, 2018 at 03:30 hours picked a body of a person in his 30s which was found lying in the middle of the road at Kayuni area in
1 day ago

UNZA Lecturers Call Off Go-Slow

University of Zambia Lecturers and Researchers has called off their go-slow after a meeting with the Labour Commissioner and UNZA Management. According to a memorandum signed by UNZALARU General Secretary Kelvin Mambwe the weeklong go-slow had been
1 day ago

Kitwe Businessman Gets Aggravated Robbery Charge for Copper Theft

Police in Kitwe have arrested Daniel Makina Director of Nkana Academy College of Education in Kitwe for allegedly intercepting a truck laden with Copper in Kalulushi District. Makina, 43, of Nkana East and son to Proprietor of
1 day ago

UPDATE: Limpopo Bus accident, post-mortem done, Amb. Mwamba releases more details

AUTHORITIES in Limpopo Province have conducted post mortem on the remains of the accident victims.Zambia’s High Commissioner to South Africa Emmanuel Mwamba has confirmed the development.He said the Zambian government had expressed gratitude to the Premier and
1 day ago

Grandmother, 66, found raped and killed in her home, Police say

POLICE in Chisamba District of Central  Province are investigating a case of murder and rape after a 66-year-old woman was found dead in her house.Police Spokesperson Mrs Esther Mwaata Katongo told Mwebantu that a female adult aged 66 of Mukwemba village;
1 day ago

ZIBSIP Students Stage Protest over Prolonged Lecturers Boycott

Students at the Zambia Institute of Business Studies and Industrial Practice (ZIBSIP) have staged a peaceful protest demanding an explanation from management as to why classes are not taking place following lecturers’ staging a sitting protest that
1 day ago

NEW MANYINGA CIVIC CENTRE NEARS COMPLETION

By JACKSON MAPAPAYI THE construction of a civic centre in Manyinga district, North Western Province, at a cost of K6.2 million is nearing completion. Manyinga District Commissioner Queen Manela said in an interview that over 80 percent
1 day ago

TOURISM LEVY AT WORK-GOVT

Minister of Tourism Charles Banda says his ministry is happy with the pace funds are being released from the tourism levy. Mr. Banda says the funds are being used for the intended purpose and have contributed towards