POLICE ORDERED TO ARREST DEFIANT PF CADRES

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  By Kalobwe Bwalya THE police should move in quickly and arrest Patriotic Front (PF) cadres who are refusing to relocate and pave way for the construction of Zesco pylon fence at Soweto market, PF youth chairman Kennedy Kamba has said. In an interview with the Daily Nation, Mr Kamba said traders

Bishop Maambo questions  role of Church mother bodies

  ...after creation of Ministry of Religious Affairs By MAILESI BANDA THE introduction of the Ministry of Religious Affairs leaves a lot of unanswered questions, from the church mother bodies as guidelines have not been given by the minister on what the fate of the four church mother bodies is, Bishop John Maambo

Stalled Lumumba road works annoy motorists

  By KALOBWE BWALYA   WORKS on the patching up of Lumumba road have stalled and motorists are angry with the Road Development Agency (RDA) for abandoning the road that has become a grave safety issue. The agency started patching the deplorable Lumumba road after complaints from motorists that the road was

Kabushi constituency endorses President Lungu for 2021

By NATION REPORTER PRESIDENT Lungu is not a tribalist and it can be witnessed from his style of leadership, developing all the ten provinces and that is the type of leadership this country requires,Kabushi constituency Chairperson Wilbroad Chileshe has said. The members undertook a solidarity walk on Saturday morning from Milemu Secondary

15, 000 farmers await e-voucher cards

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  By SANDRA MACHIMA OVER 15,000 farmers have not yet received their e-voucher countrywide, says Zambia National Farmers Union (ZNFU) president Jervis Zimba. ZNFU president Jervis Zimba revealed that the names of the farmers were not submitted to the union to enable them have their visas activated. He urged the agriculture officials to quickly

Lubinda urges Zambians to embrace insurance

  By CHARLES MUSONDA MINISTER of Justice Given Lubinda has urged Zambians to embrace insurance in all aspects of life. Speaking in Lusaka when he graced launch of the life insurance programme for small-scale farmers and marketeers at New Soweto Market yesterday, Mr Lubinda said people should not only turn to insurance when

PF splinter party formed

By Charles Musonda SOME frustrated members of ruling Patriotic Front (PF) calling themselves “True Greens” plan to form a splinter party, latest information reveals. But the PF says leaving the ruling party is not a solution to frustrations that some members may have and that it was normal for some people to

Hearing of Kambwili’s disciplinary case put off to Monday

By BENNIE MUNDANDO THE disciplinary hearing by the Patriotic Front (PF) in a case in which Roan Member of Parliament  Chishimba Kambwili is alleged to have accused Luanshya mayor Nathan Chanda of practicing witchcraft has been adjourned to Monday, 16th January, 2016. Sources from the meeting which was chaired by national chairperson

Kabwe residents run amok

By NATION REPORTER KABWE residents yesterday ran amok after a pregnant woman of Katondo Twonship was sent away by nurses at the local health centre only to give birth by the road side near the clinic. Government has apologized to the woman who was denied the chance to deliver at the local

Saviour Chishimba blasted

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By NATION REPORTER THE long arm of the law will soon catch up with Saviour Chishimba for misappropriating public resources when he was given an opportunity to serve at the Commonwealth Youth Programme, Home Affairs Minister Steven Kampyongo has revealed. Mr Kampyongo has disclosed that Dr. Chishimba, who is president of the