HH declares drought a national disaster

By Paul Shalala President HAKAINDE HICHILEMA has declared the drought the country is experiencing a national disaster and emergency. President HICHILEMA says the declaration has been necessitated by the destruction of one million hectares of farmland which has affected over one million households countrywide. He has also outlined measures government has put in place to


The Zambia Institute of Human Resource Management-ZIHRM- has initiated an investigation into corruption allegations in the public-sector recruitment process, alleging that people pay K25,000 to be employed in the civil service. Speaking on the sidelines of a mindset change master class in Kitwe today, institute president Kelvin Shamizhinga stated that the investigations are aimed at

Caritas calls for plan to counter drought

Caritas Zambia – Executive Director Father GABRIEL MAPULANGA has called on the government to share a comprehensive plan on how the current drought situation will be addressed. This follows the dry spell that has hit some parts of the country. In a statement to ZNBC News, Fr MAPULANGA said the government should also  state actions

HH to address the Nation

President HAKAINDE HICHILEMA will today Thursday address the Nation on the impact of the EL -NINO weather phenomenon, which has affected this year’s farming season. The President will talk about the impact, and the actions planned by the Government to mitigate the observed and expected adverse effects. State House Chief Communications Specialist, CLAYSON HAMASAKA says

11m Malaria Cases recorded in 2023

By Rosemary Kumwenda ZAMBIA recorded over 11 million malaria cases in 2023 as compared to 8.1 million in 2022. And, National Malaria Centre, Assistant Director SAMPA OTIONO says the centre targets to spray over 920,000 households this year. In an interview with ZNBC News, Dr OTIONO said the indoor residual spraying exercise is expected to
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