Author: MRadio

Two civil servants of Chirundu and Lusaka have been jailed for theft of government medicines valued at K35, 803.

The World Health Organization (WHO) is working with “partners and experts” to produce a new name for the monkeypox virus, the head of the UN watchdog, Tedros Ghebreyesus, announced on Tuesday. The international body is also considering raising its monkeypox alert to the highest level possible.

Claims that hard-pressed Zimbabweans had resorted to selling their toes for survival went viral on social media a fortnight ago and a top government official slammed the jokes as an attempt to harm the country’s image.

Government should speed up the cultivation of cannabis to address the high employment levels in the country, the Zambian Hemp Growers and Industries Association (ZamHemp) has said.

Some motorists including international truck drivers are allegedly using township roads in Kitwe to by pass the  bad patches of roads in various parts of the city

Officers from the Department of Wildlife and National Parks have gunned down one of the elephants that were causing havoc and terror in the area.

Former President Edgar Lungu says he is dismayed with continued attempts to put his name in disrepute by use of false and alarming statements attributed to him in the media.

The authorities in Malawi have stopped South African celebrity Zodwa Wabantu from coming into the country to perform because her revealing dance moves are thought to be out of tune with the nation’s moral standards.

Demand for personal loans is expected to remain high during the second quarter of this year in view of the need by households to supplement incomes in the wake of the high cost of living. 

The Civil Service Commission has announced that it will by the end of next week give appointment letters to the successful 11,276 health workers.

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