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By Clinton Masumba in Kitwe The Kitwe Teaching Hospital has screened 1,311 women for cervical cancer between from January to August, 2019. Hospital Public Relations Officer Phoebe Chileya has stated that out of those screened 227 were confirmed cervical cancer cases. Ms Chileya has stated that during the same period, last year the hospital screened […]

By Raphael Mulenga in Kitwe The United Party for National Development (UPND) Youths on the Copperbelt are saddened with the alleged continued sidelining of local contractors in the Construction Sector. Party Provincial Youth Deputy Information and Publicity Secretary Lazarous Sichamba has urged relevant authorities to investigate the awarding of contracts under the 20% sub contracting. […]

By Raphael Mulenga in Kitwe Kitwe City Council has reaffirmed its commitment towards improving conditions in markets under which traders operate. Council Public Relations Manager Roy Kuseka says the Council will continue applying internally generated resources and support from the central government, including cooperating partners. He says the assurance is made in relation to the […]

By Inutu Mwanza, Press Secretary Zambian Mission in Ethiopia Government has assured truck drivers traversing between Zambia and South Africa that their safety concerns were have been attended to by both Governments. Minister of Home Affairs Stephen Kampyongo said Government has ensured that continued bilateral relationship between Zambia and South African help curtail the acts […]

By Clinton Masumba, Kitwe The Zambia Deaf Youth and Women (ZDYW) have petitioned Speaker of National Assembly Patrick Matibini to order Minister of Transport and Communications to table the amendment bill of the Road Transport and Safety Agency Act No. 11 of 2002. ZDYW Executive Director Frank Musukwa says the current RTSA Act is discriminatory […]

ZANIS – The Southern African Development Community (SADC) Cross Border Traders Association says the Zambian government’s decision to control the movement of livestock has helped in stabilizing the livestock trade in the country. Association Chairperson Jacob Makambwe has since called for concerted efforts from all stakeholders in the livestock trade to help eradicate the Foot […]

By Clinton Masumba, Kitwe Police in Chamboli Township yesterday fought running battles to disperse unruly rioters who run amok after word went round that police were keeping a woman suspected to be a witch. The unruly rioters damaged motor vehicles including one belonging to the police. Police had a tough time to contain the rioters […]

By Clinton Masumba, Kitwe Luanshya Mayor Nathan Chanda has warned some civil servants frustrating government efforts in delivering development to the people of Luanshya. Mr Chanda has expressed disappointed that some civil servants are delaying the implementation of the Presidential directives. He has regretted that some civil servants are deliberately retarding development by not adhering […]

By Sanfrossa Manyinda, Kitwe  Dziwa Science and Technology (DSaT) has called on government to strengthen the education system that will see women being empowered in the science and technology field. DSaT Executive Director Veronica Mwaba has told Flava FM news that there is need for government to identify those interested in science to help start […]

By Clinton Masumba, Kitwe Minister of Higher Education Brian Mushimba has disclosed that he will engage management at the Copperbelt University following the institution’s announcement that returning students will be required to pay a surcharge of K 1,500 for repair works. According to a notice obtained by Flava Fm News, the Copperbelt University Management has […]

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