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President Hakainde Hichilema says there is need to show prudence in local resource management before the government can engage the international community over the Zambia’s debt stock. President Hichilema says the Zambian people need to understand that resources are scarce and that his government is looking to control frivolous expenditure. In an interview with the […]

According to the Resident Doctors Association of Zambia (RDAZ) about 700 currently unemployed doctors say they are willing to commence work on voluntary basis provided that the government assures them of being added to the payroll next year. In an interview with Capital FM News, the Associations’ President, Dr. Brian Sampa disclosed that the Association […]

Leader of the opposition New Heritage Party Chishala Kateka says there is need for the new government to ensure that public funds pilfered by individuals in the previous regime are recovered as failure to do so will set a bad precedence. Ms Kateka says it is cardinal for the new government to recover everything that […]

Cheyo Keith Musukwa, a Zambian pursuing aviation studies at ‘Lovely Professional University’ in Punjab India is reported to have fallen from his apartment floor on the 8th of June. Mr. Musukwa was rushed to Johal Hospital and placed on a ventilator but, died a few hours later. Zambian High Commissioner to India, Judith Kapijimpanga says […]

The UPND has challenged the Ministry of Energy to tell the nation what is causing the erratic supply of fuel in some parts of the country. Speaking at a media briefing in Livingstone today, UPND spokesperson, Cornelius Mweetwa, said some parts of Zambia like Livingstone are experiencing erratic fuel supply with the potential of spreading […]

The Food Reserve Agency today announced a K40 increase in the buying price of a 50kg bag of maize from last year’s K110 to K150 for this year’s crop marketing season. The Agency also announced that it will pay K500 per 50kg bag of Soya Beans while K200 will be paid per 40kg bag of […]

Rhinoceroses, popularly known simply as Rhinos are amongst the largest land animals on Earth. The name ‘Rhinoceros’ comes from the Greek “rhino” which means nose and “ceros” which means horn. All five species of Rhino have either one or two horns on their nose. Collective Noun – a group of Rhinoceros is called a “crash” […]

The Resident Doctors Association of Zambia has instructed its members to continue with the go-slow until their demands are met by government. The Doctors commenced their go-slow last night after government failed to meet their demands that include employment of at least 500 unemployed Doctors, payment of salary arrears, settling-in allowances and promotions dating back […]

The three cement manufacturing enterprises that were fined for price fixing and division of markets by the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission Board of Commissioners have appealed the Boards’ decision through the Competition and Consumer Protection Tribunal. In March this year, the Board fined Lafarge and Mpande Limestone 10% of their annual turnovers for 2019 […]

President Edgar Lungu has directed the Zambia Police Service and the Ministry of Health to enforce COVID-19 prevention measures without fear or favour of any politicians. The Head of State has also endorsed PF Secretary General, Davies Mwila’s decision to ban the holding of PF campaign rallies due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Speaking at the […]