Chimanyika to be put to rest on Monday

      Former Zambia National Broadcasting Corporation staffer, Dominic Chimanyika, who died on Friday last week, will be put to rest tomorrow.   The late Mr. Chimanyika will be buried at Lusaka's Memorial Park cemetery.   Family representative, Manasseh Samiselo says burial will be preceded by a church service at Christian Brethren Church in Chelstone.   Mr. Chimanyika

Turn up in numbers-NCP

    New Congress Party president Peter Chanda has called on all youths from various political parties not to shun the youth day celebrations set for Monday.   Speaking during a media briefing ahead of the commemorations, pastor Chanda said national days should not be politicised and that youths should be above politics on

Black Panther movie fame nods ZNBC

  American-based Zambian actor Patrick Mutukwa of the Black Panther movie fame has commended ZNBC for introducing the Media and Creative Arts Services department dedicated to showcasing the country's local productions.   Mr. Mutukwa says the country has a lot of talent and it is important that the National broadcaster takes a leading

Wada summons 30 players

    Chipolopolo trainer Wedson Nyirenda has called to camp a 30 man squad to participate in the four nations tournament organized by the Football Association of Zambia-FAZ. The team is scheduled to regroup on Sunday 11th March 2018 in preparation for the tournament. The team is expected to break camp on Wednesday 14th


  Minister of Health Chitalu Chilufya says the National Health Insurance (NHI) should not be politicized because the scheme will benefit the Zambians.   Dr Chilufya says the introduction of the National Health Insurance will ensure that all Zambians have access to affordable health care.   He said it is important that Zambia achieves Universal


The Industrial Development Corporation-IDC-has acquired a controlling stake in Superior Milling Company to support Government's policy to invest in food security and ensure adequate supply of the country's staple food at all times. The restructuring of Superior Milling is in the final stages and a new Board is in place. Superior Milling

Missing Catholic priest found ‘mutilated’ in DRC

The body of a Catholic priest who went missing last week has been found mutilated in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DR Congo), according to local media. Florent Mbulanthie was discovered on the banks of the Kasai River, near Ilebo, in the west of the country, Radio Okapi reported. His colleague Father


President Lungu says government will find ways of issuing National Registration Cards without disclosing a person's tribe. President Lungu says this is because the identification of people on tribal line is not helping the country in any way. Speaking after he toured the Kigali Genocide Memorial Center, President Lungu said there is


The Teaching Service Commission has fired 263 teachers, who were found with fake qualifications. And the commission is further scrutinising cases for more than 1-hundred teachers on similar reasons. Teaching Service Commission Spokesperson, Jane Mbambara has confirmed, saying those dismissed had forged their qualifications at different levels. Ms Mbambara said the Copperbelt province