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Columnists, STATEMENTS ZRST urge RTSA to overhaul driver licensing laws to protect

"Road traffic accidents in Zambia have remained unabated in the past decade and outdated driving licensing laws are a root cause of accidents" Lusaka, Zambia - 22rd April 2015. Zambian laws on driver licensing are not clear or practical and as a result many lives are at risk from incompetent drivers . The Zambian Road Safety Trust (ZRST) have been told that a significant number of people drivin...

LATEST Protesters against xenophobia defy Police

LATEST Radio Station Stops Playing South African music

Radio QFM has blacked out the playing of South African music effective today, April 17th in protest against xenophobic attacks on foreign national taking place in that country. Managing Director Asan Nyama has explained that the move to black out South African music indefinitely which took effect at 06:00 hours is in solidarity with Africans who have fallen victim to xenophobic attacks in Durba...

Business, Columnists WHY we got it all wrong on taxation…..

LATEST PF wins all three by-elections

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STATEMENTS, Press Releases, STATEMENTS Easter Holiday Traffic Casualties Should be a Wake-Up Call

Lusaka, Zambia - 8th April 2015. The Easter holiday road traffic crash statistics revealed by the Zambia Police should be yet another wake-up call on how as the country view road crashes and the worsening road traffic safety. The Police spokesperson Ms. Charity Chanda said that during the Easter holiday period, 291 accidents were reported of which 49 people died and over 100 were injured. Compare...

Business, LATEST, STATEMENTS, Press Releases Cargill's purchase of Zamanita moves closer as Zambeef share

LATEST President Lungu appoints young people

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