Friday, October 18, 2019

“Tattoos are not a sin ” says Pastor Kangwa Chileshe

"Tattoos are not a sin " says Pastor Kangwa Chileshe Former Kabanana actor and now turned prophet Pastor Jason Kangwa Chileshe has inked new tattoos...

Newly Employed Doctors Go For 5 Months Without Pay

By Patricia Mbewe The Resident Doctors Association of Zambia is concerned with delays in placement of new doctors on payroll by Ministry of Health. Association President,...

Pastor Dies Of Malnutrition After 30 Days Of Fasting

  A 30-DAY fasting programme has claimed life of a Solwezi pastor ten days days before its completion when he suddenly died. Pastor Brighton Samajomba, 37...

Zimbabwe: Foreign medical treatments gobble $400m annually – Minister

Health minister Obadiah Moyo has disclosed that the country is losing about $400 million annually on overseas medical treatments. Moyo made the disclosure in Nyanga,...

Japan grants Zambia $2m for health centre kits

  Zambia has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Japanese government for the provision of over US$2 million to finance the procurement of...

Dickson Jere: Death on the doorstep

By Dickson Jere His eyes rolled and instantly closed. He suddenly struggled to breathe as he slowly lost his conscious. The body of the 13-years...

94-year-old Daniel Arap Moi Says The Trick To A Long Life...

94-YEAR-OLD MOI SAYS THE TRICK TO A LONG LIFE IS TO AVOID WOMEN Former President of Kenya, Daniel Arap Moi has revealed that the secret...

Psychiatrist links increase in sodomy cases to poverty

Levy Mwanawasa Medical University Principal Clinical officer – Psychiatry William Phiri has attributed the increase in cases of sodomy recorded recently in the country...

New Nurses still not on Payroll, despite President Lungu’s directive to...

There is growing frustration among newly recruited nurses in the country due to delays by the government to put them on the payroll. On President...

Trouble Looms For Anglo American Over Kabwe Lead Pollution In South...

  THERE’S trouble brewing for Anglo American after the law firm that took Vedanta to court regarding community abuses in Zambia has now turned its...