Home » Archives by category » Latest News (Page 479)
Hike in fuel result into more money in Ministers’ pockets – NAREP

208 ViewsNAREP condemns the unjustified increase in the take home benefits of senior government officials. This is the result of the fuel subsidy reduction and subsequent increase in the pump price of fuel. Every Deputy Minister is entitled to receive the cash equivalent of at least 800 litres of fuel per month. What this means […]

Continue reading …
“I’m now called mad but Zambians need me”

550 ViewsBy President Fr Frank Bwalya They say we must stop criticizing them, that we are making noise, while others are calling me mad, but the people of Zambia need mad people like me who will talk for them when fuel prices go abnormally up, when meal meal prices go up and someone only worries […]

Continue reading …
Ndola Lime shut down

298 ViewsNDOLA Lime Company has shut down its plant as workers protest over salary improved working conditions. A check by ZANIS at the plant in Ndola today found workers camped outside the company premises as no one was allowed to get into the plant. Efforts to get the Company management to comment on the matter […]

Continue reading …
Bus fare hike is sabotage – PF govt

292 ViewsGOVERNMENT says the proposed hike of bus fares by KR1 is an act of sabotage by some bus operators who want to “paint a bad picture” of the authorities. Transport, Communications, Works and Supply Deputy Minister Mwimba Malama said the proposed hike would be the highest in the recent past. “When did we ever […]

Continue reading …
Today’s Photo: Cristiano RonaIdo

601 Views Cristiano Ronaldo writes: Having an excellent Japanese dinner with Irina Shayk. Even with the new statements of a certain woman who says being contacted by message from me, which is obviously a lie, nothing or nobody disturbs us. There’s an ongoing lawsuit in which the judge will give me reason for sure. I […]

Continue reading …
Kambwili abandons live Radio program

594 ViewsSports minister Chishimba Kambwili has this morning abruptly abandoned a live radio programme after being put on the spot to defend the ruling Patriotic Front’s governance record. One of the presenters, Gershom Ndhlovu, asked Kambwili to explain the governance record of the PF as prompted by Father Frank Bwalya who accused the ruling party […]

Continue reading …
Sata to give jobs to many unemployed Chinese

348 Views President Michael Sata has disclosed that he intends to bring many Chinese to build the University in Chalimbana in Chongwe District. The President who recently was in China for a state visit told the people in Chongwe that China just like Zambia is also faced with the challenge of unemployment. He said his […]

Continue reading …
Zambian govt distances itself against Vice president Scott’s remarks

254 ViewsThe Zambian Government has distanced itself from Vice president Guy Scott’s remarks which have sparked a diplomatic row that South Africans are backwards. Chief Government Spokesperson Kennedy Sakeni says Dr Scott made the remarks in his own individual capacity and that his remarks are not representative of the government. Mr Sakeni has told QFM […]

Continue reading …
Zambian journalists commemorate world Press Freedom day

202 ViewsInformation and Broadcasting Services Minister Kennedy Sakeni has underscored the Patriotic Front (PF) government’s commitment to enhancing press freedom and independence in the country. And the Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) has praised the PF government for living up to its pre-election promises of professionalising the public media and general improvement of the […]

Continue reading …
“I’m now called President Fr. Frank Bwalya”

447 ViewsOutspoken Catholic Priest Fr. Frank Bwalya has announced that he is now forming a political party and immediately launched a yellow card campaign against President Michael Sata and the Patriotic Front government. Fr. Bwalya who is currently speaking on Radio Phoenix’s Let The People Talk programme has asked other leaders of opposition to welcome […]

Continue reading …