Animal diseases worry Kalomo MP

Lawrence Kabutu ZANIS Kalomo Central Member of Parliament, HARRY KAMBONI has bemoaned the continued adverse effect of tick borne diseases on cattle in the area. Mr KAMBONI’s concerns come in the backdrop of a combination of Corridor and Anaplasmosis diseases, which have broken out in Kalomo, with the worst affected area being Munkolo. He however

Mourinho charged for abusive language

Roma coach Jose Mourinho has been charged by Uefa for using insulting or abusive language against an official after Wednesday’s Europa League final. The charge relates to an incident in a car park after the game, when Mourinho, 60, directed a foul-mouthed rant at English referee Anthony Taylor. The Portuguese had been booked by Taylor

More than 280 die in India train accident

Jaroslav Lukiv & George Wright BBC News At least 288 people are now known to have been killed and 900 injured in a multiple train collision in India’s eastern Odisha state, officials say. More than 200 ambulances were sent to the scene in Balasore district, says Odisha’s chief secretary Pradeep Jena. One passenger train is

US commits $250m for Lobito Corridor

By Patricia Banda The United States Government has committed US$250 million towards the Lobito Corridor covering Zambia, Angola and the Democratic Republic of Congo -DRC. US Deputy Special Presidential Coordinator for Global Infrastructure and Energy HELAINA MATZA says US President JOE BIDEN made the commitment at the G7 Leaders summit in Japan which was held

Angola asks for 200 Zambian medical personnel

By Mercy Mwepa Angola has requested Zambia to send 200 medical personnel from various categories to provide services to that country. The Memorandum of Understanding between the Ministries of Health of the two countries was signed in March this year. Zambia’s Ambassador to Angola LAWRENCE CHALUNGUMANA has told ZNBC news in Angola that the medical
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