(BBC) The US government has avoided a federal shutdown after both House and Senate agreed on a short-term funding deal. A bill that keeps the government funded until 17 November- but includes no new aid for Ukraine – was approved in the Senate by 88 votes to nine. President Joe Biden signed it into law
By Christopher Miti A 26 year old man of Chief Mlolo’s area in Chadiza district has been brutally murdered by unknown people who sliced off his scrotum with a knife. Eastern Province police commanding officer LIMPO LIYWALII has confirmed that the assailants removed the testicles of the deceased and dumped them at the scene. Mr
Some trained teachers in Lusaka have continued to flock the Lusaka Main Post office, where they are posting their applications for recruitment. A check by ZNBC news crew found long queues of applicant’s, while some were spotted outside filling in their applications. The applicants have however complained that the process is too slow, adding that
By Christopher Miti Eighty-two girls and boys that dropped out of school and went into early marriages in Lundazi district have gone back to school. This is out of the 111 boys and girls that went into early marriages. Seventy-seven of those that have gone back to school are girls while five are boys. Adaptive
The Energy Regulation Board (ERB) has increased fuel prices for the month of October 2023. ERB Board Chairperson, REYNOLDS BOWA says Petrol will now sell at K 29.98 ngwee from K29.42 per litre , while Diesel is now at K 29.96 ngwee per litre from K26. 88 ngwee per litre. Mr BOWA says the price
Zambia Dental Association has noted with sadness the increased numbers of cases in which untrained people are conducting procedures on children with tongue ties. Association President Dr. NALUMINO SAYELA has called on parents with children that have tongue ties to seek professional advise from trained medical personnel. Dr SAYELA said in an interview with ZNBC
By Robert Mwanza High scoring ZESCO United has shot to the top of the MTN Super league after they demolished struggling Green Eagles by three goals to two. The Ndola giants opened the flood gates in the 26th minute via COLLINS SIKOMBE’s spot kick before LAZAROUS KAMBOLE and KELVIN KAMPAMBA nailed it in the 44th
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