Archive | October, 2016

Local experts ready to assist Govt prevent fires

  By Nation Reporter A LEADING player in the fire safety industry, Amerex Fire Equipment Zambia, says it is ready to assist Government curb the increasing incidents of fires in Lusaka markets. Amerex managing director Gustav Wessels said in a statement that his company had enough expertise that included a world class fire risk analyst […]

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LCC surrenders parking spaces to Parkrite

  PUBLIC parking places in the Central Business District of Lusaka (CBD) which are officially managed by the Lusaka City Council have been given to a private company, Parkrite Zambia Limited which is going to introduce a paid parking system to the general public. According to an advertisement running on social media, the Lusaka City […]

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Sale of Zamtel not IMF condition-State

THE International Monetary Fund (IMF) has not given the sale of Zamtel as one of the conditions for the Fund’s bail out and Zambians should ignore social media gossip and speculation that the Zambian government has been forced to offload the telecommunications company, Transport and Communication Minister Brian Mushimba has said. Mr Mushimba said the […]

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Prayer key to healing hateful hearts-First Lady

      By Thomas Nsama   PRAYERS is key to softening and healing the hearts of those with hatred and ill intention against Zambia and its leadership, First Lady Esther Lungu has said. And the Church of Central African Presbyterian (CCAP) Reverend Makaiko Banda has appealed to Zambians never to give up because without […]

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Invest in culture- Turkish Ambassador

THERE is need to invest in arts and culture as it is a cornerstone that unites the country in times of social or economic challenges says Turkish Ambassador to Zambia Ahmet Arda. Mr Arda said that there was need for all stakeholders such as the State and the corporate world to come on board and […]

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Nkoyas rise against each other over Kahare chiefdom succession

THE Nkoya-speaking people of Kaoma district in Western province are fighting among themselves over who will succeed chief Kahare who died in July this year. And Nkoya Ngambela Mwanashihemi escaped death at the hands of suspected cadres who were believed to have been hired from Namwala to deal with all those who would be against […]

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1.8 m Euros invested to upgrade water supply in North West

    THE North Western Water Supply and Sewerage Company (NWWSSC) has  invested about  1.8 million Euros to upgrade the Solwezi Water Supply plant to expand the company’s capacity to produce, store and distribute water. The NWWSSC public relations officer Barbara Sianyabo said that the upgrading of the water plant had been necessitated by an […]

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Kozo Lodge rises from ashes as Oasis Spar of Choma

  THE formerly Kozo Lodge belonging to former Higher Education minister Michael Kaingu in Choma  which was burnt to ashes, is re-opening soon as Oasis Spar to provide a business environment that will attract both locals and international tourists. Oasis Spar manager Iris Kaingu said since 2001 Kozo Lodge had been providing the opportunity for […]

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Govt buys 28 vehicles for Kabompo

GOVERNMENT has procured 28 vehicles through the ministry of community development to enhance delivery of social cash transfer programme to the vulnerable people. The ministry permanent secretary David Chikamata said government was concerned with the welfare of the vulnerable people and that was the reason the vehicles had been bought to help officers reach remotest […]

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Orphans prodded to work hard in class

CHILDREN in orphanages should work extra hard at school to better their future, says Grand Corporate Business Consultants (GCBC) executive director Charles Mulenga. Mr. Mulenga encouraged the girls especially to work hard in their skills training as they were the leaders of tomorrow. He said this when his organization donated various foodstuffs and school support […]

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