DR Congo FA boss Constant Omari held over corruption

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Govt has weakened unionism

By ALICE NACHILEMBE  Judicial and Allied Workers Union of Zambia (JAWU) has said that the voice of the trade unions has been weakened thereby making collective bargaining to suffer largely due to weak leadership of trade unions. JUWU President Peter Mwale said that most of the leaders have fallen prey to the dictates of the government and are not able to represent the plight of … Continue reading Govt has weakened unionism

Matete aims to unearth grassroots talent

By Mulenga Chapoloko in Kitwe Athletics icon Samuel Matete wants more efforts at the grassroots aimed at unearthing young runners who can help Zambia reap medals in international competitions. Matete believes lower level athletics especially in clubs and school has not been receiving the much needed attention. The 1996 Olympic Silver-medalist is looking forward to a time when Zambia will produce runners that can surpass … Continue reading Matete aims to unearth grassroots talent

Kabwe Council slashes levies by half

By Thulasizwe Tembo The Kabwe Municipal Council has reduced all business levies by 50 per cent for the licensing period 2017 to 2018. The reduction comes amidst cries from the business community of high business levies charged by the Local Municipality in the district as compared to other districts. KMC Public Relations Manager Mumba Mafwenko told The Independent Observer the council wants to enhance the … Continue reading Kabwe Council slashes levies by half

Death of Copperbelt mining

By Peart Siwale in Ndola Mining in the Copperbelt faces a crisis and the province is feeling the effects of what they say that copper is a waste asset. This crisis involves technical, economic, managerial and political issues. I will try to explain the nature of that crisis and thereafter propose measures to mitigate adverse consequences. Technical issues: What factors determine whether or not it … Continue reading Death of Copperbelt mining

Rangers fire its entire bench

By JOHN SAKALA Nchanga Rangers has fired its entire technical bench citing poor performance of the coaches. The Club Chairperson Yoram Kapai announced the dismissal of the entire technical bench after the last game of the season against Nakambala Leopards. Kapai said the three were dismissed based on overall performance of the season which left the team threatened with relegation to the lower division. The … Continue reading Rangers fire its entire bench

No road blocks during peak hours; No chasing motorists

By JOHN SAKALA Copperbelt Commissioner of Police Charity Katanga has directed traffic police officers to stop mounting snap police traffic checkpoints during peak hours. And Ms Katanga has warned traffic police officers on the Copperbelt to stop chasing motorists that evade traffic check points to avoid putting lives of other road users in danger. Meanwhile, police in Chingola have recovered goods worth about one million … Continue reading No road blocks during peak hours; No chasing motorists

Rashida isn’t just a pretty face

By ALICE NACHILEMBE Rashida Mulenga is pretty. But she’s, not, just a pretty face, Ms Mulenga is a politician, the mayor of Kalulushi, she is a wife and mother of seven, more importantly she is academically equipped to handle career challenges. Severally we see pretty faces that remain unmarried, we have come across pretty faces that are academically handicapped or pretty faces that are unable … Continue reading Rashida isn’t just a pretty face

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Siwale defiant

By Mulenga Chapoloko in Kitwe Defiant Chingola based football administrator and business executive Blackwell Siwale has declared that he will soon bounce back into football business after being banned by FAZ recently. Siwale, who was expelled from the FAZ Executive as committee member in March 2017, suffered a double tragedy earlier in April when the local soccer mother body handed him an indefinite ban from … Continue reading Siwale defiant

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By Bright Mtonga Mulonga Water and Sewerage Company says vandalism is retrogressive to the provision of clean water to communities. Mulonga Water Public Relations Manager Deborah Kangende said vandalism is derailing the progress of implementation of the €156 million project. Ms Kangende is saddened by the recent spate of arson incidents involving the burning of High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) water pipes in Chikola Township of Chingola. … Continue reading Blog Post Title