Grade 9/ GCE results to be announced on November 1st

General Education Minister David Mabumba
The government has revealed that results for the Grade 9 and the General Certificate of Education (GCE) will be announced on November 1st, 2019. Minister of General Education David Mabumba disclosed that he will announce the results to the public in parliament on Friday, November...

Women’s History Museum of Zambia to create a digital platform for museum objects

Women’s History Museum of Zambia and the National Museums of World Culture have announced a joint collaboration to create a digital platform for museum objects that allows partial open data access to museum artefact collections that are housed in the Museum of Ethnography in...

4 People arrested for circulating suspected 2019 examination information on Whatsapp Groups at a fee

Zambia Police
Barely 10 days after two suspects were arrested in connection with the supply and leaking of suspected examination question papers on social media, four more people have been arrested and detained for circulating suspected 2019 examination information on Whatsapp Groups at a fee. Of...

Zambia’s First Republican President Kenneth Kaunda weighs in on the Lower Zambezi Mining Saga

Zambia’s First Republican President Kenneth Kaunda says mining operations in the Lower Zambezi valley poses a huge threat on wildlife and the ecosystem. Dr Kaunda noted that the Lower Zambezi valley has supported generations of Zambians hence the need to protect the area,...

First Lady challenges men to discuss infertility openly

FIRST LADY EXPECTED IN GHANA
First Lady, Esther Lungu has challenged men to discuss infertility openly because it is a shared responsibility. Mrs. Lungu says it is sad that women are solely blamed for infertility although fifty percent of infertility is due to men. The First Lady said this during a...

Parents still reluctant to pay school fees even after the reduction

Maggie Musonda addressing Members in Kapiri
Kapiri Mposhi District Commissioner, Peter Mwiinde, said he is disappointed that some parents in the district were still reluctant to pay school fees even after government reduced the fees to manageable levels. Mr Mwiinde has since implored parents and guardians to comply and...

Four stalled Secondary Schools Projects in Muchinga Province set for partial commissioning

Four Secondary schools under construction in Mpika and Kanchibiya Districts of Muchinga Province whose works had stalled for over five years are set for partial commissioning in the second week of November this year. The four-day schools, Kampamba, Kopa, Chewe Chifwamba and John Mubanga...

Envoy calls for increased cooperation

Ambassador to Sweden, Her Excellency Ms. Rose Salukatula has called for increased cooperation with Zambia’s partners in order to help Government achieve its developmental goals. Ambassador Salukatula has pointed out that despite some challenges, Government was resilient and focused on ensuring that the economy of...

President Lungu gratified by the South African Government’s assurance of Zambians’ safety

President Edgar Lungu has said that he is gratified by the South African government’s assurance of Zambian’s safety in that country after a spate of xenophobic attacks that occurred recently. And South Africa has commended President Edgar Lungu for the Massive Development that his government...

Siliya Pledges to Support the Media in their efforts to create an informed society

Chief Government Spokesperson Hon. Dora Siliya
Information and Broadcasting Services Minister Dora Siliya says Government will do everything possible to support the media in their efforts to create an informed society. Ms. Siliya says Government remains resolute and committed to ensuring that the aspirations and needs of the people are effectively...

Modern humans can be traced back near Zambezi River in Botswana, study finds

The ancestral homeland of all humans alive today can be traced back to the south of the Zambezi River, in northern Botswana, scientists have said. In a study published in the journal Nature, the researchers believe that they have, for the first time, been able...

RTSA wants to revoke Drivers’s Driving Licences for over speeding

The Road Transport and Safety Agency have given seven Public Service Vehicle drivers 14 days to show cause why their Driving Licences should not be revoked for exceeding speed limits. In separate letters dated 23rd October 2019 addressed to the seven drivers, RTSA Acting Director...

President Lungu to commission Great East Road

President Edgar Lungu is this week expected in Eastern province to Commission the Great East Road. Eastern Province Minister Makebi Zulu said the Great East Road is one of the Legacy Projects by the PF Government and the President is expected to drive on the...

ZNBC land encroached

The Kitwe city council says it will demolish all structures that have been built on the ZNBC transmitters land in Kitwe. Town clerk Seke Mbulo said the council has already issued notices to the developers on the ZNBC land saying that any time the local...

Hillcrest Technical Secondary School Alumni awards scholarships to needy students

Hillcrest Secondary School
By Pezzy Kudakwashe Hillcrest Technical secondary school Alumni have awarded scholarships to needy deserving students in a move to alleviate some of their financial problems.The monetary scholarships were awarded by the Association of Hillcrest Alumni USA whose members live in America. Incoming president,Robert Williams said...