KAUNDA SQUARE MAIN MARKET TRADERS EXPERIENCE DWINDLING PROFITS »

31 May, 2017
Business

Market tradersĀ at theĀ main market in Kaunda Square are experiencing dwindling profits in their sales because of the market area which is usually flooded

Creation of sinking fund received with mixed feelings

Creation of sinking fund received with mixed feelings »

9 Sep, 2015
Business

Government’s move to create a sinking fund aimed at repaying the two 10-year sovereign Eurobonds has been received with mixed feelings by some sectors of society. Some stakeholders have welcomed the move while others claim it is all political propaganda.

Government to give UNZA and CBU k90 million

Government to give UNZA and CBU k90 million »

1 Sep, 2015
News

GOVERNMENT will release K90 million to the University of Zambia (UNZA) and Copperbelt University (CBU) as short term solutions to the debt burden incurred by the public universities. Minister of Education, Science, Vocational Training and Early Education Michael Kaingu said at a press briefing yesterday that the http://www.cialisgeneriquefr24.com/ debt burden on public universities had a devastating effect on the operations of the said institutions.

Media urged to promote human rights

Media urged to promote human rights »

1 Sep, 2015
News

THE Human Rights Commission (HRC) has urged the media to facilitate the promotion of human rights and discourage their violation. HRC chief information education officer Mweelwa Muleya said rights such as freedom of expression, association and assembly were paramount especially in view of the forthcoming coming 2016 tripartite elections. Mr. Muleya said the Media was a very important player in good governance despite it being neglected.

Combined UNZA debt over K2 Billion

Combined UNZA debt over K2 Billion »

28 Aug, 2015
News

The University of Zambia (UNZA) monthly payroll cost is in excess of K30 Million, Minister of Education, Science Vocational Training and Early Education has revealed. Speaking during the inauguration of the caretaker committee of the University yesterday, Dr. Michael Kaingu challenged the caretaker committee to critically interrogate the institution’s internal process.

UNZASU unhappy with postponement of School of Medicine opening date

UNZASU unhappy with postponement of School of Medicine opening date »

28 Aug, 2015
News

THE University of Zambia Students Union (UNZASU) has expressed disappointment over the University of Zambia (UNZA) Senate decision to postpone the opening date of UNZA Ridgway Campus. UNZA Senate held a special meeting on August 27th 2015, to discuss the current situation obtaining at the institution of higher learning in view of the non-release of results by members of the University of Zambia Lecturers and Researcher’s Union (UNZALARU).

Luanshya pastor prefers political leaders to fellow pastors at church events, Lusaka clergies irked by his statment

Luanshya pastor prefers political leaders to fellow pastors at church events, Lusaka clergies irked by his statment »

26 Aug, 2015
News

SOME Lusaka clergymen have condemned a statement made by a named pastor of Luanshya’s Mpatamatu area that “it is better to invite a politician to a church event who can contribute money than a Bishop who may not even know the price of cement.” Muvi TV on Monday 24th August 2015 carried a story that a Copperbelt based Pastor preferred politicians to fellow men of God to officiate at his church events.

Opposition call for violence free by-elections

Opposition call for violence free by-elections »

25 Aug, 2015
News

SOME opposition political parties have called on all political players to refrain from violence and observe peace in the forthcoming Lubasenshi and Solwezi West by-elections. Speaking in an interview with the Lusaka Star, Green Party secretary general Gideon Muzyamba said political violence should be condemned in the strongest sense as it worked against the principle of political democracy.

Zambians urged to prepare for harder times while PF maintains it has delivered to people’s expectations

Zambians urged to prepare for harder times while PF maintains it has delivered to people’s expectations »

24 Aug, 2015
News

A Political Activist has urged Zambians to brace themselves for harder times to come under the Patriotic Front (PF) government. However, PF has maintained that the party has delivered to the expectations of the Zambians adding that the party is here to stay. Speaking in a phone interview with the Lusaka Star, political activist Dante Saunders said the PF had failed to run the affairs of the country as evidenced by the rising cost of living.

Law enforcement agencies in Zambia are incompetent – FODEP

Law enforcement agencies in Zambia are incompetent – FODEP »

24 Aug, 2015
News

FOUNDATION for Democratic Process (FODEP) has accused Law enforcements agencies of being incompetent in handling court cases. The FODEP executive director MacDonald Chipenzin said this in an interview with the Lusaka Star in reference to the recent acquittal of former Zambia Railways Limited managing director Clive Chirwa by the Lusaka Magistrate court for two counts of abuse of authority of office and one count of failing to declare interest.