Author: Millennium

Central Province Permanent Secretary, Milner Mwanakampwe, has cautioned millers in the province against exporting mealie meal without satisfying the local demand.

THERE is need for all stakeholders involved in the procurement of medicine to ensure that they speed up the processes of procuring drugs going forward, Dundumwezi Member of Parliament Edgar Sing’ombe has said 

By NATION REPORTER  ENERY expert Victor Hazemba has urged President Hakainde Hichilema to discipline Minister of Energy Peter Kapala and Zesco board chairman, Vickson Ncube for presenting contradictory statements over load shedding. Mr Hazemba said it is worrisome that on one hand, Mr Kapala was insisting that President Hichilema was not misled on the status […]

By NATION REPORTER  THE Water Resources Management Authority (WARMA) has projected that Monze and Mazabuka districts in Southern Province are likely to experience severe floods that might affect the residents in the two districts. WARMA Public Relations officer, Mubiana Nalwendo said the flood monitoring system shows the possibility of severe floods on the Magoye and […]

PATRIOTS for Economic Progress (PeP) president Sean Tembo says it is disrespectful for Government to negotiate debt restructuring with creditors through proxies such as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and other foreign nations instead of directly engaging them.

It is totally false, unfounded and malicious to peddle rumours that I have been fired for allegedly shooting my wife and Zambians should keep themselves busy with productive things than spending time gossiping about other people, Elvis Nkandu has said. Mr Nkandu has dispelled social media gossip that he has been fired for allegedly shooting his wife over a matrimonial misunderstanding, stating that the rumours were nothing but propaganda to compel President Hakainde Hichilema to dismiss him from government.

Unending Presidential trips are unnecessary especially that President Hakainde Hichilema had curtly condemned his predecessor, Edgar Lungu over the same and it is the expectation of Zambians that the head of State should have been thrift in managing the country’s resources, Saboi Imboela has said.

GOVERNMENT should declare a force majeure to cancel the export of electricity to neighbouring countries because the country is facing a serious power deficit, Forum for Democracy and Development (FDD) President Edith Nawakwi has said. Ms Nawakwi in an interview said President Hakainde Hichilema should cut all contracts and declare a force majeure since Zambia was in a crisis as it could not supply the power to its neighbours due to its situation of low water levels at Kariba dam.

Mealie meal prices should be stable because  we have not increased any prices for the past few months, so we would expect the retailers and all the traders to maintain the same, Millers Association of Zambia (MAZ) President Andrew Chintala has said. Mr Chintala in an interview refuted claims of rising mealie meal prices and the fact that prices above K200 per 25kg bag of breakfast mealie meal in  some parts of the country.

PRESIDENT Hakainde Hichilema should have waited before scrapping the defamation of the president law because this move has exposed him to malicious attacks by Zambians, United Party for National Development (UPND) Deputy Secretary General Getrude Imenda has said. Ms Imenda, who indicated that her stance did not represent the party but her views, said she was a bit sceptical because most Zambians were not that civil to offer proper checks and balances as history had shown that the president was targeted maliciously.

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