GOVERNMENT has warned that the country is at risk of a timber deficit if the excessive cutting down of trees is not curbed.
GOVERNMENT has strengthened the law against street vending and public nuisances and has added 33 new offences, bringing the total to 55 in the amended Act Number 10 of 2018.
THE National Biosafety Authority (NBA) has approved two applications for HIV vaccine trials and malaria control sought by the Centre for Infectious Disease Research in Zambia (CIDRZ) and Macha Rese
THE United States (US) government, through the Millennium Challenge Account Zambia, has released US$3 million for solid waste management in the country.
OVER 1,000 pigs have died in Luapula province from the African swine fever, provincial veterinary officer Mofya Musalwa has disclosed.
ZAMBIA’S biggest hydro-power project in 50 years is scheduled to enter a new phase today with the diversion of the Kafue River at Kafue Gorge Lower, to be witnessed by President Lungu.
GOVERNMENT will fully phase out electricity subsidies with the migration to cost-reflective tariffs, Secretary to the Treasury Fredson Yamba has said.
RESIDENTS of Kipushi in the newly-created Mushindamo district are forced to draw water from the neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) because the water pumps on the Zambian side have brok
CHAMA district commissioner Leonard Ngoma says the human-animal conflict in Chama in Muchinga Province is rife with some wild animals terrorising villages and attacking livestock belonging to the f
GOVERNMNET says the newly-commissioned water supply improvement project in Misisi township in Lusaka Province will provide clean drinking water to over 30,000 residents.
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