Daily Archives: Jul 19, 2012

Home Office staff to strike on eve of Games

Thousands of Home Office staff will strike the day before the Olympics open, the Public and Commercial Services (PCS) union has said. PCS members will strike for 24 hours next Thursday – when many thousands of visitors are due to … read more »

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Livingstone’s only and main burial site nakatindi cemetery has no mourner’s shelter.

Livingstone’s only and main burial site nakatindi cemetery has no mourner’s shelter. The cemetery’s old mourner’s shelter has been vandalised and is in a deplorable state. The mourner’s have revealed to MUVI TV News that the cemetery in the current … read more »

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MUVI TV Receives Two Awards from Ndola’s Rotary Club

Rotary Club of Ndola Mukuba on the Copperbelt has given two awards to Muvi Television in recognition of the TV Station’s coverage rendered to the Club’s activities. Muvi TV Northern Region Acting General Manager Metrix Chipeta received the awards on … read more »

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Lack of Toilets Force Kazungula Border Post Truck Drivers “Urinate Anyhow Anywhere”

Some truck drivers awaiting clearance at Kazungula border post, Southern Province, have turned the border premises into toilets. It has come to light that the border premises lack sanitary facilities that includes toilets. And angry truck drivers have also complained … read more »

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Judgment Day Set for Two Bolivians Charged With Trafficking and Importation of Cocaine

The Lusaka Magistrate Court has set August 13, 2012 as date for judgment in a case in which two Bolivian nationals are charged with trafficking and importation of cocaine. This is in a matter in which two Bolivian nationals, 31 … read more »

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TIZ cautiously welcomes increased procurement thresholds for PSs

The Transparency International Zambia (TIZ) has cautiously welcomed the move to increase the thresholds of procurement for Permanent secretaries. TIZ Information Officer Mubiana Nalwendo says if this move is not accompanied by any comprehensive anti-corruption mechanisms, it might prove to … read more »

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Govt welcomes Truvada for prevention of HIV transmission

The Zambian government has welcomed the usage of the first ever daily pill that is said to help prevent HIV transmission. The drug was recently approved by the United States (US) health regulators for use by healthy adults who are … read more »

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President Sata back from UK

Republican President Michael Sata has arrived back in the country from the United Kingdom. President Sata arrived at the Kenneth Kaunda international airport this morning at around 06:00 hours aboard a British airways plane. He was received by republican vice … read more »

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ERB complains over absence of board of directors

The Energy Regulation Board has expressed concern over its continued operation without a board of directors. Republican President Michael Sata dissolved the Board at the ERB about 9 months ago on grounds that the board was engaged in corrupt activities. … read more »

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