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People’s Redemption Party President Jerry SiKazwe optimistic beyond 2017

People’s Redemption Party President Jerry SiKazwe optimistic beyond 2017

By Ashton Kelly Bunda. PEOPLE’S Redemption Party President Jerry Sikazwe hopes Zambians will take advantage of 2017 by making corrections on social, economic and democratic areas of failure. Obviously in a jovial festive season mood, Mr. Sikazwe in a walk-in-interview barely a few hours into 2017 appealed to the Zambians to remain steadfast, maintain and guard jealously the “Oasis of Peace” fame. However, now 71-year-old Sikazwe conceded that life has not been smooth sailing for Zambia viewed as good governance pace setters, a political ingredient sought after by potential investors. Sikazwe emphasized in his 2017 New Year message that Zambia...

Airtime tariff hike worries Lusaka subscribers

Airtime tariff hike worries Lusaka subscribers

By Caesar Sindele The latest airtime adjustments by the mobile network provider Airtel has left Lusaka Residents complaining. Airtel has communicated to its subscribers informing them that effective today January 1, 2017 talk time tariffs will soar following Government’s move to increase Excise Duty. An Airtel subscriber Daniel Mukupa said it is unfortunate that the network provider has decided to adjust prices upwards at a time when the economy is limping. Another subscriber Grace Moyo described increments as the greatest mockery.  

RTSA grace period

RTSA grace period

By Boyd Lubasi The Road Transport and Safety Agency (RTSA) last year gave motorists a 14 day grace period within which to acquire motor vehicle and trailer and road service licenses’ for 2017. RTSA Head of Public Relations Fred Mubanga has said all motorists and Public Service Vehicle Operators have been given an extension of up to January 14, 2017 to pay for the required licences. The renewal and payment of motor vehicle and trailer licences for 2017 is in accordance with the Provisions of the Road Traffic Act No.11 of 2002.

Frank Bwalya refutes Chishimba Kambwili’s firing

Frank Bwalya refutes Chishimba Kambwili’s firing

By Caesar Sindele and Fulman Mukobeko Patriotic Front (PF) Deputy Spokesperson Frank Bwalya last year dismissed reports that Roan Member of Parliament Chishimba Kambwili had been given an exculpatory letter to state why the party should not take any action against him. Social media reports have disclosed that the PF Central Committee recently convened and resolved to ask Dr Kambwili to clear himself. But Bwalya said he is not aware of any exculpatory letter that has been handed to Dr Kambwili. Asked whether there are intentions by the ruling party of showing Kambwili the door in the near future, Bwalya...

Army worms worry Patricia Mwashingwele

Army worms worry Patricia Mwashingwele

By Fulman James Mukobeko Nico UNITED Party for National Development (UPND) Katuba Member of Parliament (MP) Patricia Mwashingwele has said the move by President Edgar Chagwa Lungu to combat army worms is a camaflouge intended to show Zambians that the PF is a responsive government. Ms. Mwashingwele has said the PF government is downplaying the army worms’ crisis by claiming to be distributing chemicals to farmers in affected areas when they are not doing so. Speaking when she toured a number of farming blocks in her Central Province located Katuba Constituency, Ms. Mwashingwele said the crops in Katuba have been adversely...

Beyond the Blackboard by Favourite Kalando on Friday 24th July 2015. Time: 14:00hours-15:00hours

Beyond the Blackboard by Favourite Kalando on Friday 24th July 2015. Time: 14:00hours-15:00hours

  Join Favourite Kalando on the Pan African Radio 105.1FM “Beyond the Blackboard” programme today, Friday 24th July 2015 from 14:00 hours to 15:00 hours as she hosts a topic: “How To Improve Access To Quality Education for All” featuring Sir MillionJr Kambuli, a Lay Pastor of Chilenje South Baptist Church Educationalist Kambuli is Managing Director of what was previously called Rise and Shine Tuition Centre but now rebranded as Lusaka Christian Tuition Centre (LCTC). Mr Alex Zulu, a University of Zambia (UNZA) Linguistic and English Teacher will interact with Ms Kalando and Sir Kambuli on Beyond the Blackboard. Mr....

100 Motivational Quotes That Will Inspire You to Succeed

100 Motivational Quotes That Will Inspire You to Succeed

Everyone needs some inspiration, and these motivational quotes will give you the edge you need to create your success. So read on and let them inspire you. By Lolly Daskal  President and CEO, Lead From Within@LollyDaskal As entrepreneurs, leaders, managers, and bosses, we must realize that everything we think actually matters. If we are seeking success, we must think successful, inspiring, and motivating thoughts. Read on to find the words of wisdom that will motivate you in building your business, leading your life, creating success, achieving your goals, and overcoming your fears. 100 Motivational Quotes That Will Inspire Your Success: 1....

A Virgin with Child Venue: Chilenje South Baptist Church Preacher: Pastor Million Kambuli

A Virgin with Child Venue: Chilenje South Baptist Church Preacher: Pastor Million Kambuli

Text: Isaiah 7:14 Tittle: A virgin with Child Venue: Chilenje South Baptist Church Preacher: Pastor Million Kambuli _______________________________________________________ Introduction God demonstrates His faithfulness to a promise that He made with King David concerning the Davidic dynasty by giving the ultimate sign to the House of David. The sign would be a virgin born Son named Immanuel, God with us. As we examine this passage carefully, we will see from the historical context that Matthew is not taking verse 14 out of context in order to “proof-text” the virgin birth of Jesus. Moreover, the context is clearly pointing to the virgin...

U.S. Embassy Invites Community HIV/AIDS Groups to Apply for PEPFAR Grant

By Janet Deutsch Public Affairs Officer, The U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) 2017 Small Grants Program invites registered community-based organizations working in the areas of HIV and AIDS prevention, the care and support of orphans and vulnerable children (OVC), and democracy and governance related to Zambia’s national HIV response to apply for one-time awards of up to ZMW 100,000. The deadline for applications is February 28, 2017.   “PEPFAR’s Small Grants Program has supported the development of more than 300 small, local partners,” said Bethany Baxter, acting PEPFAR country coordinator. “PEPFAR is proud to support grassroots, community-based...

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