KABANDA CHULU, Lusaka AFRICA should collectively fight tax evasion because the vice is stifling economic development on the continent. ActionAid Zambia country manager Nalucha Nganga said recently that Africa Development Bank (AfDB) member countries should support the financial institution’s proposed measures to stop tax evasion that is robbing Africa of billions of United States dollars.
Dear editor, I WISH to express my concern over the time Levi Chito Bar of Luanshya’s Levi Chito Police Camp opens. In view of the by-laws by which stipulates the time bars should open and close, I was hoping the police as law enforcers would be in the forefront in ensuring the law is enforced.
NKWETO MFULA, Mufulira GOVERNMENT has given out a total of K115,000 to 23 women’s clubs in Mufulira to help them sustain and improve their businesses. And Mufulira District Women Association chairperson Christine Katwizi has commended President Lungu for fulfilling Government’s promises to support women’s cooperatives. Mufulira district commissioner Hilda Kawesha said Government is committed to
HONE SIAME, Kitwe THE Kwanga Cultural Association (KCA) says it will use this year’s Kwanga Traditional Ceremony of the Ng’umbo people of Samfya district in Luapula Province to promote peace, unity and tourism. And the association has unveiled a K400,000 budget for the Kwanga traditional ceremony, set for October 15 at Lubwe in Samfya. Luapula
CHINOYI CHIPULU , Chingola ZAMBIA Water Partnership (ZWP) says effective water resources management (WRM) plays an important role in poverty reduction and economic growth. ZWP programme manager Chimwang’a Maseka said if water is managed properly by utility companies, there will be economic growth. Mr Maseka said limited political and financial support coupled with low accountability
NKOMBO KACHEMBA , Kitwe GOVERNMENT has increased the number of beneficiaries under the Social Cash Transfer Programme in Lunga district in Luapula Province from 2,430 to 3,280 in an effort to reduce poverty at household level, Lunga district commissioner Martin Chilukwa has said. Mr Chilukwa said in a statement released in Kitwe yesterday that currently,
KABANDA CHULU, Lusaka THE current ratio of crop-to-fertiliser prices is favourable compared to the past season and this will support the 2016/17 planting season demand for the input, Fertiliser Association of Southern Africa (Fertasa) chief executive officer Adam Mostert has said. Presenting an annual report at the Fertasa congress in South Africa this week, Mr