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Posts published in “Day: November 27, 2023

Passenger train rams into truck

By PASSY HAACHIZO – A PASSENGER train has rammed into a truck carrying crushed stones at a level crossing in Kafue.Zambia Railways Limited acting public relations manager Sombe Ng’onga confirmed the fatality free incident which occurred at the Shikoswe crossing point.Mr Ng’onga said yesterday that the incident happened on Saturday around 20:15 hours after the […]

Help find solutions, Veep urges Church

By KELVIN MUDENDA – VICE-PRESIDENT W.K Mutale-Nalumango has called on the Church to become instrumental in becoming part of solutions the world needs.Ms Mutale-Nalumango said the Government and the Church should not compete, but work together and make life easy for the people of Zambia.Speaking during the United Presbyterian Church in Zambia Centenary Celebrations in […]

Walk for health – Masebo

By GEORGE SINKALA – HEALTH Minister Sylvia Masebo has urged people to develop a culture of walking as a way of keeping healthy and avoid Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) which affect many people.Ms Masebo said there was an urgent need for citizens to embrace walking and that the Government believed that for the country to attain […]

One-yr-old baby drowns in well

By ESTHER NG’ANDU – A-ONE-YEAR-OLD baby of Ikeleng’i District has drowned in a well while playing outside as her mother was washing clothes.North-Western Province police Commanding officer Dennis Moola said the incident happened on Saturday around 08:30 hours in Kalichi area.Mr Moola said police recorded a case of drowning from Brian Songiso, the victim’s father.“Brief […]

Civil servants win pay rise!

By JAMES KUNDA – THE Government has awarded civil servants a salary increment of K550 across the board effective January 1, 2024.This follows a successful 10-day negotiation period between Government and 19 public service unions in Lusaka, ended last Friday.Public Service Management Division (PSMD) Permanent Secretary Margaret Miyoba said in a statement that the Government […]