GOVT URGED TO IMPLEMENT THE ALCOHOL LEVY

Southern African Alcohol Policy Alliance (SAAPA) has called on the government to quickly implement the alcohol levy following the adoption of the national alcohol policy. SAAPA Communications specialist Jonas Ngulube has told Komboni Radio News that introducing the alcohol levy will enable the government to raise money needed to effectively implement the policy. Mr. Ngulube […]

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17 YEAR OLD BOY DROWNS ON LAKE KARIBA

A 17 year old boy of Chipepo village in Monze district of Southern Province has died after drowning when the canoe he was paddling capsized on Lake Kariba. Southern Province Police Commissioner Bonny Kapeso who confirmed the development says the incident happened on Sunday between 14:00 hours and 16:00 hours at Busheni fishing camp in […]

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NGWENYA RESIDENTS APPEAL FOR PIPED WATER

Residents of Ngwenya area in Misisi compound have repeated calls on the authorities to install piped water in the community. The residents have complained that access to clean and safe drinking water has continued to be a major challenge due to lack of piped water. The residents charged that despite the installation of piped water […]

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RESIDENTS URGED TO WORK WITH COUNCIL POLICE

The Lusaka City council (LCC) has called on members of the public to cooperate with the council police as they execute their duties. Speaking in an interview with Komboni radio news, LCC Acting Public Relations Manager George Sichimba says the council has received reports that council police officers are being physically and verbally abused by […]

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TWO WOMEN DIE AFTER TAKING HERBAL CONCOCTION

Two women of the same family have died in Kalabo district of Western Province after they allegedly drunk a herbal concoction suspected to be poisonous. Western Province Police Commissioner, Charles Lungu named the deceased as Namasite Mutumba 67 and her sister Nyambe Sangombo aged 70 both of Mande village in Chief Nalubutu of Kalabo district. […]

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PARENTS APPEAL FOR MORE CLASSROOM BLOCKS AT JOHN LAING SCHOOL

Parents in Lusaka’s John Laing compound have bemoaned the inadequate number of classroom blocks at John Laing Primary School. Speaking in an interview with Komboni radio news, a parent only identified Mrs. Banda complained that the school has over enrolled pupils against a limited number of teachers. Mrs Banda disclosed that one classroom has over […]

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