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Posts published in “Day: December 7, 2011

Kambwili Speaks Tough On CDF

FOREIGN Affairs Minister Chishimba Kambwili has warned recipients of Constituency Development Funds (CDF) against misusing the money meant for development.

‘Prioritise Miners’ Safety’

DEPUTY Mines Minister Richard Musukwa has urged mining companies to prioritise the safety of their employees to secure lives of the workers.

‘Only Locals Can Develop the Country’

COMMERCE, Trade and Industry Minister, Robert Sichinga has admonished Zambians at home and abroad to discard reliance on the donor community saying it is only Zambians that can develop the country.

Chingola Cops Nab Pastor

A 35-YEAR-OLD pastor of Chingola has been arrested for allegedly smuggling 17 children into Zambia from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

Nation Batter Amajita

CHAMPIONS Zambia have today progressed to the semi-finals of these ongoing 2011 Metropolitan COSAFA Under-20 Youth Championships here in Botswana after thumping sworn regional rivals South Africa 5-1 at Molepolole Stadium.

Levy’s Pastor Hails Sata’s Anti-Graft Stance

LATE president Levy Mwanawasa's Pastor Max Nyirongo of the Breakthrough Church has said the stance President Michael Sata has taken to restore glory by cleansing the image of Zambia of corruption is impressive.

K16.1 Billion Luwingu Roads Rehab Scandal – Permanent Secretary

Northern Province Permanent Secretary Emmanuel Mwamba has described as a scandal the decision by the previous government to spend K16.1 billion to do a 12 kilometres stretch of township roads in the rural district of Luwingu.

Mufulira Council Approves Budget

MUFULIRA Municipal Council (MMC) has approved an annual budget of K16.5bn for its 2012 financial year.

Tap Local Tourism Potential – Minister

THE Zambia Tourism Board (ZTB) and other players should aggressively market domestic tourism to maximise the market potential which has long been underplayed.

Own Up, State House Tells Musokotwane

STATE House has advised former Finance minister, Situmbeko Musokotwane and 'his colleagues' to own up and stop trivialising the serious and glaring illegalities that the MMD government perpetrated.

DEC Probes Mpundu Trust’s U.S.$1 Million

THE Drug-Enforcement Commission (DEC) has instituted investigations to establish the source of the US$1 million (about K5 billion) held in a commercial bank account by Mpundu Trust, which is linked to former President, Rupiah Banda.

ZRA Tax Chat


Govt Calls On India for Medical Help

PRESIDENT Michael Sata, has called on India to assist Zambia in the medical field so that the country can stop sending patients abroad to seek treatment.