CHIMWEMWE MWALE, ISABEL MOYO, Chongwe CHIEFTAINESS Nkomeshya Mukamambo (II) (right) of the Soli people of Chongwe is grateful to Government for the development projects that the Patriotic Front administration has undertaken in her chiefdom. The traditional leader also said her subjects are happy that the area has been prioritised for landmark projects, which include roads
SITEMBILE SIWAWA, Lusaka SOME Lusaka mayoral candidates have pledged to ensure that the livelihoods of women and youths are improved once elected. Featuring on Hot FM’s ‘Special Hot Seat’ programme recently, Forum for Democracy and Development’s candidate Siree Muntanga said once elected she will ensure that women marketers are provided with soft and interest-free loans
CHOMBA MUSIKA, CHARLES CHISALA, Lusaka THE Zambia Revenue Authority (ZRA) has executed a warrant of distress on The Post and blocked workers from accessing the newspaper ’s offices on Bwinjimfumu Road and its printing plant in Lusaka’s light industrial area. ZRA yesterday issued a new demand notice for K53 million on The Post, grounding operations
NOMSA NKANA, Lusaka ZAMBIA Development Agency (ZDA) has assured investors that it is working with the Ministry of Lands to expedite land allocation to boost investment in the country. In an interview recently, ZDA director general Patrick Chisanga said one area that has been a major source of concern for investors is the lengthy process
MUBANGA NONDO, Ndola A 52-YEAR-OLD man of Mumbuluma area in Mpongwe has blown off his left hand with dynamite after he allegedly mishandled explosives which he was illegally using to catch fish on the Kafue River. Copperbelt Province commissioner of police Charity Katanga said in an interview yesterday that the incident happened on Sunday around
TRYNESS TEMBO, Lusaka THE Zambia National Farmers’ Union (ZNFU) has formed a task force to fight the tomato leaf-miner moth, the tuta absoluta, which has invaded crops in Lusaka and Central provinces. Last week, the ZNFU held a meeting with fruits and vegetables stakeholders to discuss possible ways of containing and controlling the tuta absoluta.
DIANA MUTAKAFIMBO, Windhoek COUNCIL of Southern Africa Football Associations (COSAFA) president Suketu Patel has pledged to reconcile Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) president Andrew Kamanga and his predecessor Kalusha Bwalya. Patel (left) said in an interview here yesterday that the duo needs each other and should learn to co-exist. Last Wednesday, Kamanga announced that the