Tuesday, 25 September 2012

Thailand Urges Zambian Judiciary’s Child justice forum To Learn From Its Juvenile Justice System


The Department Of Juvenile Observation And Protection In The Ministry Of Justice In Thailand Has Urged The Child Justice Forum (CJF) Of The Zambian Judiciary To Learn From Thailand Which Has Continued To Receive International Recognition In Its Management And Organisation Of The Juvenile Justice System.

Zambia's president micheal sata confers with UN-secretary general ban ki-moon on various national issues


President Micheal Sata Yesterday Held A Closed-Door Meeting With United Nations Secretary-General, Ban Ki Moon, On The Side-Lines Of The Un General Assembly

Senior Chief Nsokolo of the Mambwe people in Mbala District in Northern Province expresses sadness at reports suggesting that F.R.A has no money to pay about 4,000 local farmers in the area.



Senior Chief Nsokolo of the Mambwe people in Mbala District in Northern Province is saddened at reports suggesting that the Food Reserve Agency local office has run out of money to pay about 4,000 local farmers in the area for the grain they supplied to the Quasi-Government institution.

zambian gov't and UN launches an over $15million 4years gender based violence joint programme



Government and the united nation (UN) have today launched a four years joint programme on gender based violence with a total budget of about $15, 570,000.

Monday, 24 September 2012

$2Million regional water supply and sanitation programme for SADC launched

A Two million Euros Regional Water Supply and Sanitation Programme (RWSSP) for member states in the Southern African Development Community (SADCC) has been launched.

Zambia's president micheal sata Demands For Africa’s Permanent Seats On Un Security Council


President Michael Sata Has Demanded That Africa Must Have Permanent Seats On The Un Security Council.

Wednesday, 19 September 2012

Zambia formlly attains the status of EITI compliant country


The International Board of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) in Oslo, Norway has formally designated Zambia as an EITI-compliant country.   

30year old Lusaka maid arrested for being in possession of $700 counterfeit notes


The Drug Enforcement Commission has arrested a 30-year-old maid for being in possession of 700United States Dollar counterfeit notes.

Tuesday, 18 September 2012

world bank advises zambia to invest effectively and transparently in areas that give highest returns the $750million bond money



The World Bank Has Advised Government To Invest Effectively And Transparently In Areas That Give The Highest Returns To Provide Lasting Benefits To The People Of Zambia The $750million Dollar Bond Money.

world bank advises zambia to invest effectively and transparently in areas that give highest returns the $750million bond money



The World Bank Has Advised Government To Invest Effectively And Transparently In Areas That Give The Highest Returns To Provide Lasting Benefits To The People Of Zambia The $750million Dollar Bond Money.

Monday, 17 September 2012

Zambian earned $1.8billion from non traditional export in 2011.


Government through Zambia development agency has engaged a South African company, Africa trade and Far East to help market the country’s products such as copper, tobacco, sugar, cotton, electrical cables, cement, fresh flowers and precious stones.

Thursday, 13 September 2012

Zambia's immigration department intercepts former zambia railyways chief executive officer benjamin even and his general manager pelossor yair after trying to leave the country.



Attempts By Former Railway Systems Of Zambia Chief Executive Officer Benjamin Even To Sneak Out Of  The Country Were This Morning Thwarted At Kenneth Kaunda international airport.

zambia's 500million dollar bond rated B+ by s and p and fitch before issuance



Zambia’s debut 10-year 500million dollars Euro-bond has been assigned a B plus rating by both S and P and Fitch earlier today.
The bond is expected to be issued anytime from today after marketing road shows took place this week in both London and the US.

Kitwe chingola road to be ugraded into a dual carriage way at a cost of 600billion kwacha


Government Through The Road Development Agency (Rda) Is In The Process Of Up Grading The Kitwe-Chingola Road Into A Dual carriage Way At An Estimated Cost Of About 600 Billion Kwacha.

Wednesday, 12 September 2012

casino regulations under revision as 5billion diamond casino opens in lusaka.


Tourism And Arts Minister Sylvia Masebo Says The Country’s Casino Regulations Are Currently Undergoing Review In Order To Strengthen Monitoring Of All Casinos In The Country.

Tuesday, 11 September 2012

American govn't awards 62grants worthy over 3billion zambian kwacha to 62 zambian organisations



The American government has awarded 62 grants worthy over 3billion kwacha to Zambian organizations initiating projects to prevent new HIV infections and support orphans and vulnerable children at the community level.

Monday, 10 September 2012

Zambian Govn't Dissolves The board of directors of its Road Transport And Safety Agency


the zambian Government Has With Immediate Effect Dissolved The board of its Road Transport And Safety Agency.

Zambian Gov't reposeses railway systems of zambia (RSZ)

Government has terminated the freight and passenger Concession Agreement with the Railway Systems of Zambia, and reaffirmed its commitment to making Zambia, a destination conducive for genuine investment.

PANOS Institute Southern Africa (PSAf) urges research institutions to share findings with the media

The PANOS Institute Southern Africa (PSAf) has urged all research institutions conducting research aimed at finding the best way of reducing poverty among the poor and the vulnerable to share their research findings with the media.

Tuesday, 4 September 2012

unknown people set ablaze a house in luwingu district resulting in one death


One person has died in Luwingu District in Northern Province while another is struggling for his life at Luwingu  District hospital after the houses they were sleeping in caught fire in separate incidences in Chief Chabula and Chief Chipalo’s areas.

more than 300 lamasat international workers risk losing their jobs failure to returning for work by 14hours today


MORE than 300 workers at lamasat international in Lusaka risk losing their job failure to returning to work by 14hours today as the strike enters day 2.

Eco-bank Zambia to increase its branch network by another 4 branches before the end of the year


Eco-bank Zambia plans to increase its branch network by another 4 branches before the end of the year.

Monday, 3 September 2012

Gov't allocates 11.8billion kwacha to youth development fund


Government has this year allocated 11.8 billion kwacha as Youth Development Fund (YDF)to the Ministry of Youth and Sport to be disbursed to deserving youth groups, associations and youth led entrepreneurs as loans and grants.

Gov't gives NCZ 42billion kwacha


The Ministry of Finance has released 42 Billion kwacha in the continued process of recapitalizing the Nitrogen Chemicals of Zambia.

Zambia Land Alliance expresses deep saddness by the reported likely displacement of over 134 families in Chief Kanyeshya’s area in Mkushi District.


Zambia Land Alliance (ZLA) is deeply saddened by the reported likely displacement of over 134 families in Chief Kanyeshya’s area in Mkushi District describing the story which appeared in the media recently, as unfortunate.

ZAMBIA’s Ambassador to the Benelux group of countries and the EU Grace Mutale Kabwe calls for a unity of purpose among Zambians in the diaspora


ZAMBIA’s Ambassador to the Benelux group of countries and the European Union (EU) Grace Mutale Kabwe has called for a unity of purpose among Zambians in the diaspora, and urged them to seriously consider investing their resources back home.

zambia's ruling party the patriotic front secretary general wynter kabimba is the new justice minister


president Michael Chilufya Sata, has with immediate effect nominated and appointed Lusaka lawyer and PF Secretary General Mr. Wynter Munacaambwa Kabimba as Member of Parliament and Minister of Justice respectively.