Barely A Few Days After The Global Fund Announced Its Resumption Of Funding To The Health Sector With An Initial Fund Of About $100 Million For Hiv, Tuberculosis And Malaria Fight, The American Government Has Also Come On Board To Help The Health Sector With Support Worth 360 Million Dollars For The Year 2012.
Friday, 22 June 2012
Wednesday, 20 June 2012
The global fund which halted its funding to the ministry of health due to misapplication of funds and lack transparency and accountability during the old regime has resumed funding to the ministry of health and has released about $100million from the fund under round 8 of phase 2.
Tuesday, 19 June 2012
A New Study On Unsafe Abortion Called Operations Research Study Conducted By The Ministry Of Health, Ipas And Strategic Partners Has Revealed That Unsafe Abortion Contributes Significantly To Maternal Mortality Worldwide, Killing Approximately 47, 000 Women Each Year.
Tuesday, 12 June 2012
PRESIDENT BANDA HAS NOT LOST ANY MONEY
We wish to refer to the lead story in today's edition of The Post newspaper under the headline “$36,000 goes missing in Rupiah’s bedroom” in which it is alleged that His Excellency Mr Rupiah Banda, the Fourth Republican President, had such an amount allegedly stolen from him.
Lusaka province ruling patriotic front (PF) youth have vowed to demonstrate against opposition UPND president hakainde hichilema for altering derogatory statements against President Micheal sata if he does not retract his statement within 48hours.
Government has apologized to motorists for fuel shortage but has cast the blame on the damage caused on the TAZAMA oil pipeline in Tanzania.
Joint Government Investigations Team has seized property worth 713million Kwacha from a family in Ndola charged with Theft by Agent and Theft Contrary to Section 280(b) and 272 of the Penal Code, Cap 87 of the laws of Zambia.
A Tanzanian airline, precision air plans to expand its flight services into Zambia and the democratic republic of Congo (DRC) on 22nd June in a bid to boost trade between the three countries.
Monday, 11 June 2012
The Government Joint Investigations Team has formally charged and arrested (3) FRA employees and a Ministry of Agriculture and co-operative employee for Forgery and Fraudulent False Accounting contrary to section 342 and 326 of the Penal code, Cap 87 of the Laws of Zambia.
Friday, 8 June 2012
Wednesday, 6 June 2012
Mamba Collieries Limited’s Coal Sales Expected To Go Up From 30,000 Metric Tonnes Per Month To 80,000 Metric Tonnes By 2014
Mamba Collieries Limited’s Coal Sales Are Expected To Go Up From 30,000 Metric Tonnes Per Month To 80,000 Metric Tonnes By 2014 Following Improved Production After The Company Commissioned The New $25million Coal Washing Plant In April This Year.
2FRA agents arrested on the copperbelt for allegedly stealing over 14,000 by 50kg bags of maize valued over 1.4billion kwacha
The Government Joint Investigations Team has formally arrested two (2) FRA Agents for alleged theft of 14,407 by 50 kilogram bags of maize valued at 1 Billion Three Hundred and Seventy One Million Nine Hundred Thousand Kwacha (K1, 371, 900).
Tuesday, 5 June 2012
zamtel and barclays bank zambia plc seals single largets commercial transaction worthy 16.4billion kwacha for two years
Zambia and Barclays bank Zambia plc have today signed a two year 16.4billion kwacha service agreement for the design, supply, delivery and maintenance of a national wide multi-protocol label switching (MPLS) network connecting all Barclay’s main business centers and automated tailor machines (ATM’s).
Monday, 4 June 2012
New York-listed Agriculture Company (AGCO) to invest over $6million at a 150 hectare farm and learning center
An American, New York-listed Agriculture Company (AGCO) plans to invest over $6million at a 150 hectare farm and learning center at the former agri-flora farms in Lusaka along the great east road.
Friday, 1 June 2012
The Anti-Corruption Commission has arrested former Electoral Commission of Zambia Deputy Director for Information Technology Mr. Mpundu Mfula for corrupt practices involving US$90,000.
Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection (JCTR) has observed that the need to urgently address poverty by the current patriotic front government is acute in rural areas as evidenced by the exclusion from economic opportunities that the rural populations face.