Saturday, May 21, 2022
The Bank of Zambia says it refused to pay ransom to a group known as Hive that was behind a cybersecurity breach that caused minimal damage to its systems last week. Last week, the Central Bank disclosed that recent technical...
Documentary Title: WHY HH'S CORRUPTION FIGHT IS GOING NOWHERE NewsMakers is working on a documentary whose main objective is give insight on some activities which we judge are corrupt by the Patriotic Front administration. Of course, while we hold this view,...
Bishop Joe Imakando to join a list of unpaid workers Bishop Imakando of Bread of Life church International in Lusaka recently announced that he will no longer seek a payment for his services to the church. The Bishop who founded...
LOCAL FARMERS OF LUBWE,MUKUMBI AND LWAMAZAMBO IN KALUMBILA DISTRICT HAVE THREATENED TO BLOCK THE ROAD LEADING TO THEIR FARMS WHERE BARRICK LUMWANA IS DOING SOME EXPLORATIONS IF THE MINE FAILS TO MEET THEIR DEMANDS Story by Jacob Limbengo18/05/2022 Speaking during a...
More supply, less demand: Mazabuka sex-worker concerned about few clients A SEX-worker in Mazabuka district in Southern Province is worried about two things. Her first worry is that there is a high number of young girls joining the sex work business....
GOVT CALLS FOR PROTECTION OF OVER 160,000 MOBILE MONEY AGENTS Technology and Science Minister Felix Mutati has disclosed that the ministry is closely collaborating with security wings, financial institutions and other key sectors to ensure the protection of the over...
Government starts process of empowering Kachasu brewers!Government has started empowering some Kachasu brewers in Lusaka’s Garden Compound. Lusaka District Commissioner Rosa Zulu has donated 50 kilogramme starter bags of assorted dry foods to 42-Year-old Kelina Lungu who had her Kachasu...
Netflix is reportedly laying off nearly 150 employees in the coming days due to disappointing earnings and slow revenue growth. According to a Variety report, the Amazon Prime Video rival might also terminate its contract with contractual contributors. The layoffs are...
STATE HOUSE SCANDALS WILL AFFECT IMF PROGRAM-TREVOR SIMUMBA ECONOMIST Trevor Simumba says the bad headlines, State House official scandals, among other issues are sending a wrong signal to the IMF. And Simumba says President Hakainde Hichilema must reset his government to...
LILLIAN MUTAMBO SHARES: THe Kopala RICH MAN needs to be suspended from Facebook for mocking the dead and burying himself with money. This is misleading the youths of Zambia that may end up being desperate for. He must therefore be...