UPND President Hakainde Hichilema says he will ensure farmers get four packets of basal dressing and four packets of top dressing fertiliser, as used to be the case because it enables farmers to produce more crops and reduce the cost of food for the people. Mr. Hichilema also said he will work tirelessly towards reducing
The FDD says it has told its members not to waste time standing on the queue to vote in a referendum because they will be helping the PF to rig the elections. But MMD National Secretary Raphael Nakacinda has called for collective responsibility from political parties calling for a boycott on voting in the referendum.
The MMD in Munali has called on voters in the constituency to send immediate past area MP Nkandu Luo into political retirement so that she can concentrate on sorting out her Tasinta Court cases. Speaking during a rally in Gripis MMD Munali constituency Chairlady Ireen Jere said the former MP failed to bring development in
Zambia’s city populations are expanding at an average rate of nearly 4 percent per year and it is projected that Zambia must create 1.2 million new urban jobs by 2025 and 2.8 million by 2035. A report published today by ZIPAR, the International Growth Centre and Just Jobs Network states that the number of Zambian
The leader of the Refugee Community in Zambia has demanded for some form of compensation for those refugees affected by the recent xenophobic attacks in Lusaka. Chairman General of the Refugee Community in Zambia Emile Hatungimana described the xenophobic attacks on and looting of foreign-owned shops and property in Lusaka as barbaric and senseless. Mr.
Government says it is worried about the food security in Kalabo district of Western province due to unpredictable and continuous changes in the rainfall patterns leading to poor harvests. Food Reserve Agency (FRA) Executive Director, Chola Kafwabulula, adds that Kalabo is also trailing in terms of maize productivity due to poor soil texture and that
Independent Lusaka Executive Mayor Aspirant Elias Mpondela says his decision to contest the mayoral position is motivated by his burning desire to plough back into the community following their goodwill and investment in his education and life, reports Pan African radio journalist Hermit Hachilonde. Speaking when he graced the enrolment of the Boys’ Brigade at