WE welcome the eight-year sentence slapped on four Ndola-based accountants at the Copperbelt provincial administration office who were found guilty of theft of K2.2 billion and hope that it will serve as a warning to other professionals of the same ilk...
Posts published in “Day: December 16, 2011”
PRESIDENT Michael Sata says the International Conference of the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR) has made satisfactory progress on peace, stability and the process of democratisation over the past two years.
THE Government Printing department is a vital institution which was left to depreciate over the years with obsolete equipment scarcely operated by a demotivated workforce.
PARLIAMENT heard yesterday that the MMD Government borrowed US$145 million before the September elections in order to finance road programmes in a hurry in Zambia.
The latest report by Human Rights Watch about labour abuses in Chinese mining companies in Zambia is not only woefully inaccurate but also perpetuates Western racist stereotypes about China's 'neo-colonialist' expansion in Africa, according to Barry Sa...
THE Government has advised MMD presidential aspirant Kabinga Pande to concentrate on his campaign instead of dragging the Patriotic Front (PF) in his ill-conceived rhetoric.
FOUR former Government accounting officers including a chief accountant have been jailed for periods ranging from five to eight years with hard labour for theft and money laundering amounting to more than K2 billion.
Zambian President, Michael Sata has arrived in the country to attend the summit of the International Conference of the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR) which began over the weekend at Speke Resort Munyonyo.