Taxis operate without licences in Lundazi During Christmas and New Year festivities, I was in Lundazi where I come from. I was amazed to find a police officer based at Lundazi police station operating fifteen saloon cars as private taxis. The same cars do not have RTSA registration (number plates).
Editor, It’s a pity and painful knowing that the people who embezzled and built personal luxuries out of the Presidential fund are freely enjoying the loot at the expense of the poor marketeers. Colossal sums of money that was lobbied and collected on behalf of the marketeers from well-known firms on
Editor, Thank you Daily Nation for allowing me space in your tabloid. It is disheartening to see the way a well-known, disgruntled TV station is parading Zambians in its news bulleting, crying out to the Government concerning various issues affecting us in our communities e.g. blocked drainages, burglary, vandalism, deteriorating living
Editor, I wish to congratulate the management, staff and pupils on attaining 100 percent rates at both Grade 9 and 12 examinations in 2016. Special commendation goes to the staff members and management for their continuous dedication to duty as well as the P.T.A for their active engagement and support. Also,
Dear Editor, I write to concur and actually commend President Lungu for his assertion that he will not indulge in reversing what his predecessors did but just correct and improve on what was done by them if need be. This is pure quality leadership that is needed to propel our country forward. Dwelling
Dear Editor, I would like to congratulate the media in Zambia on making frantic effort in accommodating divergent views of all sorts and hues, albeit with reasonable caution. We have seen reasonable progress in that direction but there is still a lot of room to fare better. The media just like everyone else,