President Michael Sata Is This Thursday Day Expected In China For A State Visit Where He Is Also Slated To Attend One Of Asia’s Leading Regional Economic Fora, Boao Forum For Asia (Bfa) In Boao, Hainan Province South Of The Capital Of Beijing.
Wednesday, 27 March 2013
The Lusaka city council (LCC) has commenced rehabilitation of intercity bus terminus to turn the infrastructure into a double story building at a cost of over kr7million.
A Group Of Zambian Aviation Professionals In The Diaspora In Partnership With Their Locally Based Counterparts And Some Foreign Investors Will Be Launching Zambia’s First Budget Airline In The Next Few Months In Readiness For The United Nations World Tourism Organisation (Unwto) Conference.
Friday, 22 March 2013
Gov't advises media houses to establish internal media regulation office before the media council comes into place.
Information and broadcasting permanent secretary Amos malupenga has advised media houses has advised media houses to ensure that they establish internal media regulation office before the media council comes into place.
UPND spokesperson charles kakoma calls on E.U to ensure that their migration polices do not undermine the availability of health professionals in third-world countries.
A Co-Rapporteur for African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) Group of States committee on Social Affairs Charles Kakoma has called on the European Union (EU) member states to ensure their migration polices do not undermine the availability of health professionals in third-world countries.
Tuesday, 19 March 2013
Following detailed testing and review, the Zambia Bureau of Standards has confirmed the fertilizer distributed to cotton farmers in the Eastern Province by Cargill in the 2011/2012 growing season was correctly labelled and met the requirements of compound fertilisers in its class.
Saturday, 2 March 2013
kenyan election authorities request zambia's former president rupiah banda to reach out to political leaders and advise against issuing careless statements.
The Kenyan election authorities have requested former president rupiah Banda to reach out to Kenyan political leaders and advise them against issuing any statements that might plunge the country into chaos after tomorrows general elections.
Friday, 1 March 2013
Action Aid has maintained that Zambia Sugar’s tax practices mean that Zambians are losing out on vital revenue that would otherwise be applied to meet basic social services.