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MPs who voted against Bill 10 were selfish, did not consult their people- Ngulube

MPs who voted against Bill 10 were selfish, did not consult their people- Ngulube

180 ViewsDeputy Chief Whip Tutwa Ngulube has urged Members of Parliament to adequately engage their people before taking a position on issues of National interest in the National Assembly. Ngulube says continuous calls by traditional leaders to President Edgar Lungu for government to divide some Constituencies into two is a sign that some MPs who […]

Four arrested for illegal possession of government medicines

140 ViewsFour people of Kasenengwa District in Eastern Province have been arrested for being in possession of government medicines suspected to have been unlawfully obtained. Ministry of Health Employee at Kasenengwa Zonal Health Centre, Edwin Nkata 56 has been jointly charged with Samson Zulu 39, Allan Zulu 45, and Nathan Tembo 50 all of Kasenengwa […]

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Even if voted to continue up to 2026, I will still have unfinished projects, Lungu

151 ViewsPresident Edgar Lungu says even if people vote for him to continue in power up to 2026, he will still end his tern of office with some of the business unfinished. He says he will still not do everything because development has no finishing mark, but is always ongoing. He made these remarks recently […]

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ZIIMA mourns Musanza Television station proprietor Chibulu

386 ViewsThe Zambia Institute of Independent Media Alliance (ZIIMA) has expressed sadness over the untimely death of veteran journalist and media owner Henry Chibulu. ZIIMA Southern Province Coordinator Mastone Moonze described Chibulu’s death as loss to the nation saying the media fraternity in Southern province and the country has lost a dedicated man in media […]

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Lungu implores church to pray for nation to elect right leaders

201 ViewsPresident Edgar Lungu has urged the church to pray for the nation so that the right leaders are voted into office. The Head of State said pastors have a responsibility to ensure that the right leaders are elected into office. He called on the church in Mpika District to feel free to interrogate politicians […]

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Traders block the disinfecting of the market place, accuse authorities of spreading COVID-19 with spraying

168 ViewsMarketers of Limulunga district have blocked the Limulunga Town Council from spraying the market in a bid to prevent the spread of covid-19 a situation that has disappointed the stakeholders. Confusion erupted in the market when crowds of marketers kept chanting angrily anti-spraying remarks to the sprayers and the council team claiming that the […]

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LCC shuts down meat outlet, seizes 28 carcasses

443 ViewsThe Livingstone City Council has shut down a meat outlet and seized twenty eight carcasses from a business proprietor who set up his cold-room in a residential area where it caused noise pollution. Livingstone City Council Public Relations Officer Harriet Chimuka told ZNBC News that the business in Libuyu Township was closed for violating […]

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China Machinery ordered to release workers it quarantined for 6 months

292 ViewsMinistry of Labour Permanent Secretary Chanda Kaziya has directed China Machinery a company based in Chongwe district to release its workers who have been in quarantine at their work place for the last six months. Kaziya gave the directives after visiting the company and learnt that the workers have been quarantined since last year […]

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Chanda orders ZAMRA to flush out substandard medical products

167 ViewsHealth Minister Jonas Chanda has directed the Zambia Medicines Regulatory Authority-ZAMRA- to address the prevailing issues of substandard medical products on the market. Dr. Chanda is concerned with reports of substandard and falsified medical products on the market despite the presence of the authority. He has further called on ZAMRA to work with law […]

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Biden reverses Trump policies

207 ViewsWASHINGTON. — Among the 17 executive actions US President Joe Biden signed during his first hours in office on Wednesday, two will strengthen frayed cooperation with the United Nations on boosting global health and combating climate change. Making good on campaign promises, Biden halted the US withdrawal from the World Health Organisation and rejoined […]

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