Condemned Chunga dump site meat back on sale

  By KALOBWE BWALYA   SOME unscrupulous people have continued scavenging the Chunga dump site, picking expired foodstuffs such as meat, chicken and sausage which they sell to unsuspecting Lusaka residents after cleaning them in the polluted Chingwere stream. Some youths and elderly women have continued scavenging at the dump site, picking expired

Ballad Zulu releases ‘Nyekese’

  By Terence Miselo Those from what people call old school will relate the name Ballad Zulu to that traditional classic hit ‘Cook On’ that eminently introduced him on the local music scene. Of course at that time, probably in the late 80s and early 90s, Ballad had already set a mark

CBU, TAZARA to collaborate over training

By SANDRA MACHIMA THE Tanzania-Zambia Railway Authority (TAZARA) and the Copperbelt University (CBU) intend to enter into business agreements for joint university programmes at the TAZARA Training School in Mpika. The training school currently has the capacity to accommodate at least 300 students, with plenty of scope for expansion. The joint programme would

Post debt soars to K190m

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  …as 14 more trucks are discovered, impounded in South Africa By NATION REPORTER FOURTEEN more trucks and trailers belonging to the Post Newspaper (now in liquidation) have been discovered and impounded in South Africa in a joint operation between the Zambia Police Service and the South African Police. And Mr Mosho has revealed

Youths must go back to school-Salubusa

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  By MUKOSELA KASALWE EDUCATION is the key to everything, hence I am encouraging and motivating youths in the ward to study hard if they are to become what they desire in the future, says PF Kapwepwe ward 25 councillor Patrick Salubusa. In an interview yesterday, Mr Salubusa said that one could

LETTERS

Scramble for Bemba tribal influence Dear Editor There is nothing new under the sun. The situation confronting the Patriotic Front (PF) today is not new. It has happened before. Only the players have changed. Those old enough will remember the year 1968 when the then ruling party UNIP was confronted with the problem

Tutwa Ngulube annoys Mulongoti

  By OSCAR MALIPENGA PEOPLE’S party president Mike Mulongoti says he qualified with a degree in law from the University of Zambia (UNZA) contrary to assertions by Patriotic Front (PF) Kabwe central member of Parliament Tutwa Ngulube that he was a dropout. Last week, Mr Ngulube told Daily Nation that Mr Mulongoti was

Arresting Jerabos inhuman, Govt told

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  By Bennie Mundando ARRESTING Zambians over the Black Mountain impasse with the Chinese is inhuman and we demand for the immediate release of those in police cells over the matter because that facility is theirs, the Evangelical Youth Alliance (EYA) has charged. EYA executive director Moses Lungu said instead of arresting Zambians

Opposition political parties a letdown-small scale farmers

  By Nation Reporter   OPPOSITION political parties have been a great let down in the distribution of agricultural inputs, the National Union for Small-Scale Farmers of Zambia has charged. Director General Dr. Frank Kayula complained that opposition political parties had done very little to ensure farmers obtained farming inputs on time and

Lungu donates cows to Kamfinsa inmates

  By Violet Tembo THE Presidential Empowerment Initiative Fund (PEIF) has donated four cows to convicted inmates at Kamfinsa correctional facility. And Kitwe district commissioner Chanda Kabwe has implored Zambians to supplement Government’s efforts in caring for inmates countrywide, charging that everyone was a potential law break and bound to be convicted. Presidential