4,000 agro-dealers jobs on cards

MUBANGA NONDO, Ndola GOVERNMENT says it will create 4,000 jobs for agro-dealers to be engaged to pay farmers through the e-voucher system countrywide. Minister of Agriculture Given Lubinda said yesterday, the registration of the dealers and input suppliers had already been finalised. He was speaking when he officially opened a meeting for agriculture heads of

Kaingu, 4 others vie for Mwandi representation

BENEDICT TEMBO, Mwandi MWANDI constituency, seated in the southern part of Western Province, has started benefitting from the robust infrastructure development Government is rolling out countrywide. The constituency, which was until 2012 part of Sesheke district, is one of the nine newly-created districts in Western Province by the Patriotic Front (PF) administration. Its face is

Chingola set for development projects

NKWETO MFULA, Chingola CHINGOLA will witness increased development after the August 11 general elections, chief government spokesperson Chishimba Kambwili has said. And the ruling party candidates for parliamentary and mayoral seats have pledged to work for the people if elected. Dr Kambwili said Government has implemented many projects in the health and education sectors in

ZMSA raises K60,000 for rally

SYLVESTER CHISHIMBA, Lusaka THE Zambia Motor Sport Association (ZMSA) has raised K60,000 towards the hosting of this weekend’s fourth round Pembe National Rally Championship billed for Chisamba. ZMSA clerk of course Paul Monge in Lusaka yesterday expressed confidence that the K40,000 will be raised. The budget for the two-day tournament is K100,000. Monge said Muna

Hats off to Zesco United

Soccer Review with STEPHEN PHIRI ZESCO United have successfully branded themselves into a club every Zambian soccer fan is clamouring to watch – especially when playing in the CAF Champions League. If the match is on SuperSport, millions of Zambians follow proceedings. After deservingly qualifying for the group stage, Zesco landed themselves in what was

Reject violence LAZ

CHOMBA MUSIKA, Lusaka THE Law Association of Zambia (LAZ) has appealed to citizens to reject intolerance, division and all forms of violence so that peace can continue to prevail in the country. The association’s president Linda Kasonde said citizens should reject political violence because it has no place in a democracy. Ms Kasonde said this
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