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400 market stalls demolished

About 400 make shift stalls at Lusaka's Town Centre Market have been demolished by the Council. The stalls were razed in the early hours of - Saturday. The traders were enraged by the turn of events claiming they were not given...

Residents against the burial of suspected serial killer in the area

Munyumbwe residents have threatened violence if the body of alleged serial killer locally known as Ngangula who was beaten to death by a mob, is buried in Gwembe. And Gwembe District Council has allegedly declined to offer space at...

Over a million Zambians suffer from mental illness

Latest statistics have revealed that more than a million Zambians suffer from mild and acute mental illness. Mental Health Users Network of Zambia National Coordinator Dr. Caroline Kaunda cited abuse, violence, poverty and disease as some of the major causes...

Judicial system is ill equipped for children

Vice President Rupiah Banda says the current judicial system is not effectively equipped to address the difficulties of young victims of gender based violence and those who come into conflict with the law. Mr Banda said the devastating emotional and...

BOMA – Colonial mentality

A concerned Kawambwa resident wants government to scrap the BOMA titles for districts and replace them with Zambian offices for Local Administration. A Mr Clavel Mapoma has argued that the title of British Overseas for Millitary Administration, BOMA no...

Increasing refuge numbers unsettle UNHCR

Fighting in parts of Africa, Asia and the Middle East is increasing refugee numbers worldwide and undermining efforts by aid agencies to manage multiple disasters, a senior United Nations (UN) official said today. Speaking in northern Kenya where thousands of...

Zambia to commence the talent identification

The national sports council will commence various sport talent identification and capacity development programmes across Zambia for 2011 the all Africa games. ZANIS sports reports that a steering committee on talent identification has been established and is chaired by the...

Britain introduces new migrant scrutiny system

The British government has introduced a new system for assessing highly skilled migrants wanting to work in the United Kingdom (UK). The new system, which will come into effect on June 30th, 2008, is one of the new Australian style...

Foreign competitors’ influx saddens Namibia

Namibian business community have raised concern on the influx of foreign competitors in the South West African State saying they will take up the issue to the government for redress. The businessmen are concerned with foreigners dominating business in...

Children urges GRZ to allow them to vote

Government has been petitioned to allow children participation in the selection of national leaders through voting. Children who gathered to participate in this year's Day of the African Child commemoration in Ndola petitioned government to review the voting age to...
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