The Road Transport and Safety Agency (RTSA) has suspended all spinning and drifting motor sporting events in the country following the death of
First Quantum Minerals (FQM) has handed over 2,000 facemasks donated by employees from the mining giant’s subsidiary, Kalumbila Minerals Limited, to the Ministry
The Ministry of Health has announced that the government is putting in place measures to up-scale its response to the coronavirus, known as
Coffin sellers in Lusaka have expressed displeasure at Lusaka Mayor Miles Sampa’s directive that they should stop trading from the University Teaching
Substance abuse is one of the escalating challenges Zambia faces today. With an increase in the number of cases being addressed by
The Ministry of Health has announced that the condition of the 3-year-old boy who was found with 44 needles embedded in various parts
Government has set service delivery as a core pillar of its eight fundamental pillars in the health system strengthening model.
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EXODUS Boxing Promotion through Superior Milling has made a donation to the University Teaching Hospital (UTH). Exodus Boxing Promotion Finance Director George Chilonda said the donation included money and food items such as cabbages, tomatoes and mealie meal. Mr Chilonda said he did a survey to find out what challenges people at UTH's Relatives Shelter needed and they are hoping to resolve those challenges.
Minister of Community Development, Mother and Child Health Dr. Joseph Katema says members of the public especially women should consider taking up family planning as it is a good reproductive health practice. Dr. Katema said this when he presented gifts comprising of baby hampers and prams to the University Teaching Hospital, (UTH) Christmas babies on 25th December 2013. Dr. Katema, who was dressed as Father Christmas took time to talk to the mothers of the babies and was happy that most of them had some knowledge on family planning.