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NAQEZ DOUBTS REOPENING OF SCHOOLS IN 2020

By Scoop Reporter WITH a crisis of desks in most schools in the country, we strongly doubt the possibility of reopening schools for non-examination classes this year, the National Action for Quality Education in Zambia (NAQEZ) has said. NAQEZ Executive Director Aaron Chansa his organisation’s current assessment is that very

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LUNGU WINS EMPOWERMENT KUDOS

By Scoop Reporter IT IS gratifying to note that President Edgar Lungu has demonstrated a tacit commitment to improve the Zambian people's welfare, the Zambian DNA has said. Zambian DNA spokesperson Spuki Mulemwa says President Lungu, during these few years he has been in power, has introduced many citizens’ empowerment

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DESTITUTE RETIREES RECEIVE SHOT IN THE ARM

By Scoop Reporter GOVERNMENT has transferred K30 million to pay retirees who worked for TAZARA, ZAMTEL, and Railway Systems of Zambia as an on-going commitment to dismantle domestic arrears, Secretary to the Treasury Fredson Yamba has said. Mr. Yamba says the money was transferred to ZSIC Life Limited, National Pension

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MALAWIAN PRESIDENT WINS KUDOS FROM ZAMBIA

By Scoop Reporter PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu has congratulated newly elected Malawian President Lazarus Chakwera. Dr. Chakwera has been sworn in as president of Malawi after winning an election rerun. He defeated incumbent Peter Mutharika with 58.57 percent of the vote in Tuesday's poll, according to results announced by the electoral

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BOLA YAPA ZED RETURNS

By Scoop Reporter Following the announcement by His Excellency, President Edgar Lungu that football can resume in July subject to adherence to Ministry of Health Guidelines, the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) will meet all the Super League and National Division One clubs next week. FAZ will meet clubs in

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