WATER CRISIS HITS CHAWAMA’S TWATASHA AREA

BY MONDE PHIRI Residents of Chawama Twatasha area have resorted to drawing contaminated water for drinking and domestic use from a shallow well following an erratic water supply that has hit the area. A Komboni radio news crew that visited the area this morning found the affected residents drawing water from a shallow for domestic […]

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YOUTHS IN GEORGE COMPOUND BEMOAN LACK OF RECREATIONAL FACILITIES

BY BOSTON MUVWANGA Youths from George compound have bemoaned the lack of recreational facilities in that area and have appealed to the area councilor to identify land where a football pitch can be constructed. Maxwell Banda has told Komboni radio news that the absence of recreational facilities in George compound and surrounding areas has contributed […]

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PARENTS URGED TO INVEST IN EDUCATING THEIR CHILDREN

BY KALALUKA MUSHAUKWA Government has implored parents to commit themselves to take their children to school as it’s a great investment. Reacting to complaints by some parents who have failed to pay for their children’s school fees, ministry of General education spokesperson Hilary Chipango has told Komboni radio news that parents must plan for their […]

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NORTH WESTERN MINISTER ASSURES SOLWEZI FLOOD VICTIMS OF GOVERNMENT SUPPORT

BY CORRESPONDENT North-Western province Minister Richard Kapita has assured officers at Solwezi Aquaculture Research Station and fish farmers in the region that he will engage his counterpart in the Ministry of Fisheries over the recent floods that swept away over 40,000 fish at the facility. Mr Kapita says there is urgent need to quickly restock […]

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GOVERNMENT FARMS RESIDENTS CALL FOR THE LEGALIZATION OF THE COMMUNITY

BY KALALUKA MUSHAUKWA Residents of government farms in Chungu Township have called on the area councilor to facilitate the legalization of that community. In an interview with Komboni radio news, some residents complained that they do not have title deeds a situation that puts them at risk of losing their property in future. The residents […]

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ZESCO URGED TO INSTALL A NEW TRANSFORMER IN JOHN LAING COMPOUND

BY BOSTON MUVWANGA Residents of John Laing Compound have reiterated calls on the power utility firm (Zesco) to replace the small voltage transformer with a bigger one. The residents have observed that the installation of a transformer with a bigger voltage capacity will help address the persistent power black-outs that the area has been experiencing. […]

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