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Daily Archives: July 30, 2017

Lions have continued terrorizing Siavonga, Chirundu residents

Lovemore Kanyama

Siavonga District Commissioner Lovemore Kanyama has given ZAWA officers both in Siavonga and Chirundu districts up to Friday to bring down the lions that have continued killing cows in Siavonga and Chirundu districts. Mr. Kanyama says people in Siavonga and Chirundu districts are living in fear of the lions in their  areas. He says pupils have also stopped going to ...

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Turkey, Zambia partner in health sector

Bwalya Nondo

Turkey and Zambia’s Ministries of Health have reaffirmed the need for co-operation in the field of health to enhance quality health care and delivery systems. The two parties have since initiated the process of entering into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for co-operation in the area of health aimed at strengthening health systems and introduction of a public health insurance ...

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ZRA refuse to extend tax amnesty exercise

Topsy Sikalinda - ZRA Corporate and Communications Manager

The Zambia Revenue Authority (ZRA) has maintained that it will not extend the tax amnesty after July 31st deadline. This follows an appeal by the business community for the authority to consider extending the exercise. ZRA Corporate and Communications Manager Topsy Sikalinda has told QTV News in an interview that the authority will not extend the exercise because the business ...

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Zambia beat hosts Mauritius to win first COSAFA U-17 title

Zambia beat hosts Mauritius 3 - 0 to win first COSAFA U-17 title

A late burst from Zambia saw them collect gold at the 2017 COSAFA Under-17 Championships as they beat hosts Mauritius 3-0 in the final in Port Louis on Sunday. It took Zambia until the 72nd minute to make the breakthrough, but once they did they took full control of the game to earn their first COSAFA Under-17 Championship title. The ...

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Luanshya Council set to adopt Gift Policy, Service Charter

Nathan Chanda

The Luanshya Municipal Council has completed the formulation of the Gifts and Benefits Policy and the Consumer Service Charter which will soon be enforced after they are adopted by the Full Council Meeting. The two recently crafted policy documents whose formulation is based on locally and internationally accepted corporate governance norms and the country’s anti corruption laws will be subjected ...

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Mexico desires to invest in Zambia

Mexico desires to invest in Zambia

The Mexican Government has expressed its desire to explore investment opportunities in Zambia. Speaking when Embassy of Mexico Deputy Head of Mission Maco Negrete paid a courtesy call on Charge ‘D’ affairs at the Zambia embassy in Ethiopia Samson Mujuda, Mr. Negrete says the Mexican government wants to find ways in which it can invest and partner with Zambia in ...

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3 Chinese, 2 Zambians nabbed over rhino horn

Sakabilo Kalembwe

The Ministry of Tourism and Arts’ Department of National Parks and Wildlife working with the Zambia Revenue Authority has arrested three Chinese Nationals and two Zambians for illegal possession 25 rhino horn pieces weighing 32.2 Kilogrammes. And the Ministry has assured the public that no rhinos have been poached in Zambia’s National Parks nor had rhino horns stolen from Government ...

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Ruling PF slams Malema

Sunday Chanda

The ruling Patriotic Front says it will not allow anyone continue insulting President Edgar Lungu. PF Media Director Sunday Chanda says the ruling party has noted the irritating and insulting remarks against President Lungu who is also Leader of the Patriotic Front by the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema who attempts to project himself as the Spokesperson of ...

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36 Zambian students stranded in India

Judith Kapijimpanga - Picture by Bangwe Naviley

At least thirty six (36) Zambian students are stranded in various parts of India for various reasons. Zambia’s High Commissioner to India Judith Kapijimpanga says most students are stranded because of their parents failure to sustain payment of school fees, while some have committed offences such as drug abuse and a number have failed examinations but are scared of informing ...

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R. Kelly Has Something To Say About ‘Sex Cult’ Allegations

R. Kelly

(AllHipHop News) Earlier this month, editors at BuzzFeed News published a report quoting two sets of parents and three former members of his inner circle accusing Kelly, 50, of manipulating six women living in properties he rents in Atlanta, Georgia and Chicago, Illinois, and forcing them into an alleged sex “cult.” Timothy and Jonjelyn Savage, who believe their 21-year-old daughter ...

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