DO MORE- NGOMA

By Wilson Mulinda: President HAKAINDE HICHILEMA’s Special Assistant for Politics LEVY NGOMA has advised firms to invest more in Corporate Social Responsibility. Mr. NGOMA has also challenged those with minimal investments in communities to double their efforts in line with Government’s policy regarding corporate social responsibility. Speaking in a meeting with First Quantum Minerals Management

COSAFA SQUAD ANNOUNCED

By Chansa Kunda: Chipolopolo coach ALJOSA ASANOVIC has named his 23-member squad for the 2022 Hollywood bets Cosafa Cup. The all-local squad is a blend of youth and experience as ASANOVIC has made new inclusions and recalled some familiar faces for the tournament. Among the youngsters roped into the Squad are Zesco United’s ENOCK SAKALA

MWEETWA URGES FARMERS TO BE PATIENT

By Etambuyu Katota: The ruling UPND has urged farmers to be patient as government is working at improving the maize purchase price. UPND Spokesperson CORNELIUS MWEETWA explains that the K160, which is K10 above last year’s FRA purchase price, is a transitional price that will be improved in the next farming season. He says government

HOSPITAL TRANSFORMATION IMPRESSES JICA BOSS

By Mary Kachepa: Japan International Cooperation Agency-JICA – Senior Vice President TOSHIYUKI NAKAMURA is impressed with the transformation done at Kanyama General Hospital. Mr. NAKAMURA says he is also impressed with the efficiency and hard work of the management and staff at the facility. He was speaking after touring Kanyama General Hospital today. Mr. NAKAMURA

HH ATTENDING COMMONWEALTH SUMMIT

By Justine Akakulubelwa: President HAKAINDE HICHILEMA is among Heads of State and representative attending the commonwealth summit in Kigali, Rwanda. And officially opening the meeting, the Prince of Wales has urged wealthy member states to help vulnerable member states. Prince CHARLES said wealthy member states have an obligation to help the vulnerable to overcome some

DISTRIBUTION OF WINTER FERTILISER, SEED STARTS

By Martha Banda: The Ministry of Community Development has started the distribution of winter fertiliser and seed to some vulnerable but viable people. Community Development Minister DOREEN MWAMBA says about 58 districts in wetlands are expected to benefit. Ms. MWAMBA adds that trucks containing fertiliser have already been dispatched to Bangweulu and Chilubi Islands in
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