‘Zambia has enough fuel’ reserves

CATHERINE MUMBA, Lusaka THE Ministry of Energy and Water Development has assured the nation of stable supply of fuel and warned against disruptions in the supply of the commodity. Ministry of Energy and Water Development permanent secretary Brigadier General Emeldah Chola said Government has adequate fuel stocks in bulk fuel depots. Brig Gen Chola said

Triple V grand concert on

KELVIN KACHINGWE, Lusaka AFTER weeks of touring the country championing Triple V, a project by the Young Women in Action (YWA), which is anchored on My Vote, My Voice and My Victory slogan as a way of encouraging young people to go out and vote in the August 11 elections, the grand concert is finally

Power target third position

ROBINSON KUNDA, Lusaka POWER Dynamos today have a chance to sneak into the third position on the MTN Super Division log when they face Nakambala Leopards in a Week 14 match in Mazabuka. Leaders Nkana and second-placed Zanaco are away to Napsa Stars and Forest Rangers respectively tomorrow. The match between champions Zesco United and

Timber centres to get special incentives

ARTHUR MWANSA, Lusaka VICE-PRESIDENT Inonge Wina says Government is putting in place special incentives for investors who will establish timber manufacturing centres in rural areas. Speaking when she toured Sikale Wood Manufacturers Limited in Lusaka yesterday, Mrs Wina said the creation of timber manufacturing centres in rural areas will also give more youths an opportunity

Youths get US$12 million bus project

MACKSON WASAMUNU, Lusaka VICE-PRESIDENT Inonge Wina (left) yesterday launched a US$12.6-million project for youth bus drivers aimed at creating over 3,000 jobs. And the Public Private Drivers Association of Zambia (PPDAZ) president Josiah Majuru says Government has diffused a ‘time bomb’ among the youth by launching the project which will stimulate employment for them. Mrs
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