MTN launches K299 smartphoneMTN Zambia has launched a smart phone worth K299.Company chief executive officer Bart… Posted by Kalemba on Monday, January 27, 2020 Hello Zambia!!! So today, we launched TWO SMARTPHONES!!! The 3G Rio for ONLY K299 and 4G Dandy for ONLY K599!! We… Posted by MTN Zambia on Monday, January 27, 2020
Construct teachers houses countrywide, PROTUZ General Secretary Kangwa Musenga prods Zambia’s Housing and Infrastructure Minister Vincent Mwale
By Chali Mulenga +260 955 390 898/0967 +260 979 777136 Freelance Journalist Livingstone, Zambia facebook/ chali mulenga twitter/mulimul PROFESSIONAL Teachers Union Zambia (PROTUZ) General Secretary Kangwa Musenga has called on Housing and Infrastructure Minister Vincent Mwale to consider spearheading construction of decent houses for teachers deployed countrywide as they are mainly women, who deserve equally attention as other civil servants. PROTUZ General Secretary (GS) Kangwa Musenga said there is need to consider the plight of teachers spread countrywide, as such a deliberate move will motivate and encourage them to serve in rustic areas. Mr. Musenga said most of the teachers...
RELIGION AND POVERTY: AFRICA’S MOST CHERISHED ASSETSFreedom fighters who were foresighted, like Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe,… Posted by Saviour Chishimba on Tuesday, January 28, 2020
A look at British-born Zambian Economic and Social Development Specialist Dr. Charlotte Harland Scott
Charlotte Harland Scott was born on Wednesday 13 November 1963 Blackheath, London and is a British-born Zambian economic and social development specialist who served as the First Lady of Zambia from October 2014 to January 2015 during the tenure of her husband, interim President Guy Scott. She had previously served as the Chief of Social Policy and Economic Analysis, Planning Monitoring and Evaluation for UNICEF Zambia from 2007 until 2012. In 2016, Scott contested the Lusaka Central seat in the National Assembly during the general election. Early life and education Scott, the second of three daughters, was born Charlotte Harland...
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Ba wesu:We now have a new leader of the Sokontwe chiefdom in Milenge. His Royal Highness Chief Sokontwe of the Ushi… Posted by Elias Munshya on Saturday, January 25, 2020
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JOB OPPORTUNITIES: The Independent Broadcasting Authority (IBA) is inviting applications for the Ten (10) positions
JOB OPPORTUNITIES The Independent Broadcasting Authority (IBA) is inviting applications for the Ten (10) positions namely the Manager Licensing and Compliance, Manager Human Resource and Administration, Manager Technical Inspections, Legal Counsel, Accountant, Internal Auditor, Standards and Consumer Affairs Officer, Inspector Licensing and Compliance, Technician, and Driver, the details for each position are given here below: Job Title: Manager Licensing and Compliance (IBA/03) Qualifications / Experience Grade 12 Certificate with five credits or better, including English and Mathematics. • Bachelor of Mass Communication/Journalism/Law. • A Master’s Degree in Mass Communication, Journalism, Law, will be an added advantage. • At least three...
Zambia’s birthing is still December to end of April in last 30 years says Dr. Mulindi H. Mwanahamuntu
By Dr. Mulindi Mwanahamuntu Receiving the Insurance accreditation for my hospital from the provincial health director Dr.Kamanga today. This day, a birthday, means less. It falls muchintu bwingi, the Zambia’s birthing season of 16th December upto end of April….. these 4 months have not changed in 30 years at least. The majority Zambians are born in here. Putting the graphs I posses to an arithmetical point estimate entail they are true to an odds factor of 2.5! I’m trying to understand why. Maybe the why is not important today , but the fact that medical manpower in labour wards and financing...