BSLT CONCERNED OVER ELECTION FEES FOR DIFFERENTLY ABLED

BSLT CONCERNED OVER ELECTION FEES FOR DIFFERENTLY ABLED »

16 Mar, 2021
News

Born Short Living Tall (BSLT) has expressed concern on the nomination fees for the forthcoming general elections that have not been reduced for

GOVT HEIGHTENS BOARDER COVID-19 REGULATIONS

GOVT HEIGHTENS BOARDER COVID-19 REGULATIONS »

15 Mar, 2021
News

The Ministry of Health has enforced the requirements of a valid negative COVID-19 certificate that is not older the 72 hours, failure to

MINISTRY OF COMMERCE CALLS FOR INVESTMENT FROM ZAMBIANS LIVING ABROAD

MINISTRY OF COMMERCE CALLS FOR INVESTMENT FROM ZAMBIANS LIVING ABROAD »

15 Mar, 2021
BusinessNews

The Ministry of Commerce, Trade and Industry has urged the Zambian diaspora in Australia and New Zealand to take advantage of the business

Open defecation habits in Kazungula district riles CEHF

Open defecation habits in Kazungula district riles CEHF »

12 Mar, 2021
News

The Children’s Environmental Health Foundation (CEHF) has expressed concern over the open defecation behaviours in Kazungula District of Southern Province.

Speaking in an

PROFLIGHT AND CEMAIR STRENGTHEN REGIONAL PARTNERSHIP

PROFLIGHT AND CEMAIR STRENGTHEN REGIONAL PARTNERSHIP »

3 Mar, 2021
BusinessNews

Proflight Zambia and Johannesburg-based CemAir have implemented an interline and code share agreement streamlining travel between Zambia and South Africa.

The agreement combines

CEHF urges health professionals to apply art in sensitizing citizens on health issues

CEHF urges health professionals to apply art in sensitizing citizens on health issues »

11 Feb, 2021
News

The Children’s Environmental Health Foundation (CEHF) has urged health professionals in Zambia to utilize art in educating the masses about the importance of

TAKE ADVANTAGE OF FUEL WAIVER – BUS AND TAXI DRIVERS ASSOCIATION

TAKE ADVANTAGE OF FUEL WAIVER – BUS AND TAXI DRIVERS ASSOCIATION »

5 Feb, 2021
News

The Bus and Taxi Drivers Association has implored contracted oil marketing suppliers to utilise the six months waiver to avert fuel shortages experienced

MINAMATA CONVENTION ON MERCURY AVAILS MILESTONE ACHIEVED ON GLOBAL MERCURY PHASE-OUT

MINAMATA CONVENTION ON MERCURY AVAILS MILESTONE ACHIEVED ON GLOBAL MERCURY PHASE-OUT »

5 Feb, 2021
News

The Minamata Convention on Mercury has availed that the Convention stakeholders, parties, and Secretariat have made a lot of progress towards the development

CURRICULUM CHANGE NOT PLAUSIBLE – CUSAZ

CURRICULUM CHANGE NOT PLAUSIBLE – CUSAZ »

3 Feb, 2021
News

The Curriculum Specialist of Zambia has revealed that it will not change the curriculum and realign it with the COVID-19 situation in the

NC’WALA, LIKUMBI LYA MIZE NOD SUSPENSION OF CEREMONIES

NC’WALA, LIKUMBI LYA MIZE NOD SUSPENSION OF CEREMONIES »

2 Feb, 2021
EntertainmentNews

Nc’wala and Likumbi Lya Mize traditional ceremony organisers have welcomed the move by government to suspend traditional ceremonies to curb the spread of