The University of Zambia has been awarded the best education institution exhibitor at the just ended 88th agriculture and commercial show
ZAMBIA Association of Musicians Secretary General James Chamanyazi says upcoming artistes cannot be blamed for vulgar lyrics because the media plays a major role by putting them in the lime light. Mr Chamanyazi said this has made unpleasant songs to be on high demand by listeners. He said desperation, lack of vision and the urge for 'bubble gum fame' has also contributed to the production of disgraceful songs.
There was a time when the number of cars in Lusaka city was equal to the population of Malawi country wide. The present condition however, is pathetic for Zambian motorists as the country seems to have more cars vis-à-vis roads, causing never ending traffic jams and congestion. To help matters, the Zambian government launched the Pave Zambia 2000 Campaign, a project aimed at constructing more roads in the country.
MANY people complain of busy schedules that sometimes they even to miss appointments. But others, workloads have never been a problem. They seem to work well when having several tasks to fulfil and they fulfil them all.
THE Kasama Network of persons with Disabilities (KANPD) has hailed the Northern Province Administration for the unwavering support it has been giving to the organization. KANPD executive committee members said disabled persons felt acknowledged and appreciated by the administration under the leadership of provincial permanent secretary Hlobotha Nkunika. They observed that their organisation had continued to enjoy assistance in various areas especially towards the training center building project.
Lubasenshi Member of Parliament has attributed the high cost of living in Zambia to the lack of effective economic policies. He said that abrupt decisions such as the removal of fuel subsidies has had a ripple effect on other areas of peoples’ lives. Patrick Mucheleka, said that the increase of fuel subsidies has affected all other areas because the sales people for fuel also want to make money from their businesses.
THE unanimous vote for 50+1 clause in the first new draft constitution at the on going National Constitution Conference(NCC) Sector Groups meeting is a ground breaking move that deserves applause from every well meaning Zambian. This means that Zambians will, no doubt, be able to elect a majority President with such an electoral system in place.