Friday, 20 December 2013

$4Billion needed by 2030 to improve water and sanitation sector-NWASCO

the national water supply and sanitation council says the total investment needed for the sector for 2011 to 2030 stands at 4 billion united states dollars in order to attain a universal coverage of water supply and 90 percent coverage of sanitation.

Mutati demands for the budget act to be sent to parley for further review

former commerce minister felix mutati has called on the patriotic front government to take the budget act to parliament in the next sitting for further review.

lukanga water and sewerage company needs a total investment of about $218 million by 2030

lukanga water and sewerage company needs a total investment of about $218 million for it to start providing adequate services by 2030.

Monday, 16 December 2013

26 tanzania men nabbed for unlawful stay

The Department of Immigration in Lusaka on Sunday, 15th December, 2013 arrested 26 Tanzanian men for unlawful stay. 

Zambian Gov't spent 4billion kwacha on road accidents in 2012 ---Mukanga

Government has disclosed that last year it spent about 4billion kwacha on road accidents.

TAZARA board approves budget

The Tanzania-Zambia Railway Authority (TAZARA) Board of Directors has approved TAZARA’s new five-year strategic plan for 2013 – 2018, with an indicative budget outlay of $211.0 million from which $177.0 million will be applied on the enhancement of capacity in critical areas of operations.

Friday, 13 December 2013

279 186 grade 7pupils pass to grade 8 with luapula recording 100percent pass rate

A total number of 279 186 grade seven pupils who sat for the exams have been selected to proceed to grade 8 with luapula province recording a hundred percent pass rate.

cheap imported products have killed the manufacturing industry-siamunene

Deputy Minister of Commerce, Trade and Industry Richwell Siamunene has observed that cheap imported products, mostly from European countries, were responsible for the collapse of the manufacturing industry in Zambia.

pope francis expresses deep concern over human trafficking

Pope Francis the sixteenth says he is deeply troubled by the scourge of human trafficking because it threatens the very dignity of humanity.