Government’s decision to open examination classes and critical grades by Thursday 5 August 2021, has raised concerns from various stakeholders across the country.
Government has directed all grade 7,9,10,11 and 12 pupils for boarding and day schools to open on August 5, 2021, while
Zambian Breweries contributed just under K 6 billion of value to the national economy in 2019, according to a new report launched today
The Independent Church of Zambia (ICOZ) is saddened by the escalating cases of political violence in the country.
In an interview with the
Small businesses in the country have wailed the frequent closure of schools due to the Covid-19 pandemic as this has negatively affected their
The Chipata District Farmers Association (CDFA) says there is need for the expansion of the sunflower cooking oil project.
Association Coordinator Vigil Malambo
UN Experts Urge Full Clean-Up; Candidates Should Address Kabwe Issue
(Lusaka) – Zambia’s next government should urgently clean up lead pollution that has
The Zambia National Association for the Blind in Urban and Rural Areas (ZANABURA) has called on government to sensitize the visually impaired community
The Children’s Environmental Health Foundation (CEHF) has called upon the government and all government-led stakeholders to enforce COVID-19 health guidelines and mitigate the