Deal with detractors

Clearly the Patriotic Front has many issues to resolve. Most important of which is the emergence and development of a counter party and schism positioning itself for the 2021 elections. Such character as Chishimba Kambwili have presented themselves as larger than life ogres posing an existential threat to the fortunes of

New State House a must – MPs

By OSCAR MALIPENGA THE decision to build a new State House was made by a Parliamentary Committee chaired by United Party for National Development Chirundu Member of Parliament Douglas Syakalima. Mr Syakalima even recommended that land should be found for a modern more spacious and safe building to house the Head of

Catholic Bishops meet HH

By SIMON MUNTEMBA THE Conference of Catholic Bishops (ZCCB) led by Archbishop Telesphore Mpundu yesterday visited incarcerated UPND leade, Hakainde Hichilema at Kabwe's Mukobeko Maximum prison. In an interview with the Daily Nation yesterday, Zambia Correctional Services, Commissioner General, Percy Chato confirmed that the Catholic Bishops visited Mr. Hichilema. “ Yes I can

Properties in limbo

...as title deeds go missing By NATION REPORTER THE ownership of two landmark high value properties worth K240million is in limbo. Although the properties are supposed to belong to Saturnia Pension Fund, their titles are missing and records at the Ministry of Lands show that that belong to Saturnia Regina Pensions Fund Registered

Lusaka joins road safety drive

By KALOBWE BWALYA   LUSAKA mayor Wilson Kalumba says his office has raised $100,000 in seed capital which will be spent on breathlysers and technical assistance for the Road Transport and Safety Agency and Traffic Police to support their efforts to combating drink  and drive. Mr Kalumba  said Lusaka has since 16th

170 kids to gain from Reading Centre

By MUKOSELA KASALWE   THE construction of a sustainable project at Shine Zambia Reading Academy in collaboration with partners from Norway will enhance the feeding programme for more than 170 vulnerable children and orphans, says project coordinator Alfred Banda. Reverend Banda said the project would benefit many vulnerable children and orphans who

EXPEL KAMBWILI, PF CENTRAL COMMITTEE TOLD

By Jackson Mapapayi   PATRIOTIC Front youths in North Western Province have challenged the party’s central committee to expel Roan Member of Parliament, Chishimba Kambwili  from the party. PF provincial youth vice chairperson Jackson Kungo told the Daily Nation in an interview that Mr Kambwili should be expelled from because he is causing

ZRP condemns City Market crooks

  By FLAVIOR CHISHALA   THE Zambia Republican Party (ZRP) president Wright Musoma has condemned people collecting money from individual and organisations under the pretext that they are helping people whose stalls were gutted in the Lusaka City Market inferno. Mr Musoma said in an interview that it was sad that others could take

Yaluma demands accountability in the mines project

By ROGERS KALERO   MINES Minister Christopher Yaluma has demanded for accountability in the US$65million Mining Environment Remediation and improvement project. Mr Yaluma said all the stakeholders in the implementation of the project should ensure accountability of the funds project. Mr Yaluma was speaking yesterday in Mufulira following Government’s launch of the US$65m

No slave conditions, warns Labour Minister

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By ANNIE ZULU   LABOUR MINISTER Joyce Nonde Simukoko has warned that Government will not tolerate employers subjecting workers to slavery working conditions. Ms Simukoko noted that her ministry had been receiving lots of complaints of maltreatment of workers in their companies. She told the Daily Nation in an interview that among the complaints