CAF assures fans of safety during CHAN

Wilson Mulinda-The Confederation of African Football CAF has assured football fans of the safety of all teams competing in the CHAN tournament in Cameroon. The Football Association of Zambia FAZ says this follows repeated inquiries into the safety of the Zambia National Football Team in Cameroon. FAZ President ANDREW KAMANGA says CAF has assured that…

NATIONAL GUIDANCE MINISTRY CLARIFIES ON DRESS CODE

The Ministry of National Guidance and Religious Affairs has clarified that it is NOT considering introducing a national dress code. National Guidance and Religious Affairs Public Relations Officer Chibesa Musukwa says the ministry is aware of the diverse culture that the country is endowed with and the civil and human rights citizens enjoy. In a…

NO DRESS CODE COMING; SUMAILI WAS MISQUOTED – MINISTRY

Lusaka ~ Thur, 14 Jan 2021 By Brightwell Chabusha The Ministry of National Guidance and Religious Affairs says it cannot impose a dress code on Zambians because the country has diverse cultures. In a statement issued by Ministry public relations officer Mrs Chibesa Mulala Musukwa, the Ministry says minister Reverend Godfridah Sumaili was misquoted by the…

LOYOLA TV PARTNERS WITH TOP STAR

Loyola Television has partnered with Top Star Communications Company Limited to facilitate the distribution of TopStar decoders countrywide. And, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting Services Permanent Secretary Amos Malupenga says the partnership speaks right to the policy of government to ensure that every Zambian has access to information. Mr. Malupenga says with the partnership, the…

SMART ZAMBIA PARTNERS WITH NIPA

By Rueben Chomba Smart Zambia Institute and the National Institute of Public Administration -NIPA- have signed a memorandum of understanding aimed at capacity building and training in information communication technology -ICT- for civil servants. Smart Zambia Institute National Coordinator Martine Mtonga says the signing of the MOU has come at a time when there is…

ZAMBIAN TENNIS PLAYER GET U.S DEAL

By Wilson Mulinda Zambian Tennis player Barnabas Kalaba has been awarded a four-year scholarship to train in the United States of America at Barton College in Kansas City. Zambia Tennis Association President Gibson Phiri says Kalaba is expected to train with various professionals while in the USA. Speaking to ZNBC Sports in an interview today,…

WATER SUPPLY CRITICAL -NAKACHINDA

By Patricia Banda Water Development, Sanitation and Environmental Protection Minister Raphael Nakachinda is concerned that utility companies take long to provide water services to most settlements. Mr. Nakachinda says this is why people resort to drilling water boreholes whose water may not be safe to drink. The Minister says he wants to take up the…
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