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Posts tagged as “Luapula Province”

Tarring of Kashikishi-Luchinda Road to Start Next Month

[Times of Zambia] The Minister of Housing and Infrastructure Development Ronald Chitotela has assured people of Nchelenge District in Luapula Province that tarring of Kashikishi-Lunchinda Road which links Nchelenge and Chiengi districts will start in M...

Luapula Woman Torches Self

[Times of Zambia] A 27-year-old woman of Moloshi Village in Mansa District of Luapula Province has set herself ablaze following a marital dispute with her husband.

Take Advantage of Luapula Expo to Change Lives, Church Told

[Times of Zambia] National Guidance and Religious Affairs Minister Godfridah Sumaili has challenged the Church in Luapula Province to take advantage of the huge gathering at the Luapula Expo and Investment Conference, as well as the Umutomboko traditio...

Schools Closed Down as Cholera Breaks Out

[Zambia Reports] Government has closed down three Primary Schools and all fishing camps along the Luapula River and Lake Mweru in Chiengi District of Luapula Province after cholera breakout.

Turkish Delegation Visits

[Times of Zambia] A TURKISH delegation has arrived in Luapula Province to explore investment opportunities ahead of the Luapula Expo,which will take place on April 26 this year.

Kawambwa Tea Revival Welcome

[Times of Zambia] NEWS that Government has signed an acquisition order to take over the moribund Kawambwa Tea Company (KTC) Limited in Luapula Province is exciting.

Farmer Jailed for Assault, Theft

[Times of Zambia] A THIRTY-EIGHT-YEAR-OLD peasant farmer of Lubunda chiefdom in Mwense District in Luapula Province has been sentenced to 18 months imprisonment with hard labour for assault and theft.

Refrain From Excessive Force, Marines Told

[Times of Zambia] Luapula Province Permanent Secretary Boniface Chimbwali has advised marine soldiers to refrain from using excessive force when carrying out their patrols during the fish ban.

Nchelenge Rubber Expansion On

[Times of Zambia] Government has embarked on expanding Nchelenge rubber plantation in Luapula Province to reach the required hectarage to make it economically viable for exports.

‘Let’s Farm More Fish’

[Times of Zambia] Luapula Province Permanent Secretary Bornface Chimbwali has called for increased fish farming in view of fish depletion in natural water bodies in the area.

Chief Puta Quizzed

[Times of Zambia] Senior Chief Puta of the Bwile people of Luapula Province has been warned and cautioned by Police over recent protests that resulted in the death of his retainer and the destruction of property at Chieftainess Mwabu's palace.

Luapula Chiefs Want Lungu to Put Kalaba As Running Mate

[Zambian Watchdog] Traditional leaders in Luapula Province have put forward Foreign Affairs Minister Harry Kalaba as their preferred candidate for running mate to President Edgar Lungu.

PF Govt Continues Making Rigging Arrangements

[Zambian Watchdog] The Ministry of Home Affairs under Davies Mwila has acquired 60,000 blank NRCs and 60,000 blank voters cards which they have since dispatched to selected remotest parts of Luapula Province targeting areas such as Chiengi area.

Lungu to Visit Projects Abandoned By Kambwili’s Company

[Zambian Watchdog] President Edgar Lungu's protocol office is in serious panic ahead of Lungu's visit to Luapula Province because one of projects expected to be visited was abandoned by his own information Minister Chishimba Kambwili.

Wife Battered Over Fish

[Times of Zambia] A HUSBAND of Mwense in Luapula Province is alleged to have severely beaten his wife after a difference over fish which she prepared for their one-year-old baby instead of serving it as a meal for her husband.

Mansa Man Kills Dad

[Times of Zambia] A THIRTY NINE-year-old man of Mansa District in Luapula Province has brutally killed his elderly father whom he hit repeatedly with sticks.

Man Beats Wife to Death

[Times of Zambia] A fifty-year-old woman of Chembe District in Luapula Province has been killed by her husband after a domestic quarrel.

School Boy Buried Alive

[Times of Zambia] A Thirteen-year-old school boy has died in Mansa in Luapula Province after being buried alive, while excavating sand for use in a school project.