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Zambia: Cholera Prayers Irk Laura

By Evans Mulenga Social commentator Laura Miti has added her voice to the cholera containment situation measures or the lack of them employed by government. Miti has taken issue with weeklong cholera prayer and fasting…



Zambia: Cholera Prayers Irk Laura

By Evans Mulenga Social commentator Laura Miti has added her voice to the cholera containment situation measures or the lack of them employed by government. Miti has taken issue with weeklong cholera prayer and fasting…



Zambia: Cholera Prayers Irk Laura

By Evans Mulenga Social commentator Laura Miti has added her voice to the cholera containment situation measures or the lack of them employed by government. Miti has taken issue with weeklong cholera prayer and fasting…




Zambia: Specialised Hospital a Milestone

IT is not necessarily surprising that there are currently 400 children waiting to be evacuated abroad for specialist medical treatment. The case is obvious because there are only two brain surgeons in Zambia based at…


Zambia: Cholera Cases Chopped in Half

By Kasonde Kasonde ZAMBIA has recorded a reduction by 50 per cent in new cholera cases, according to a trend analysis conducted in the last seven days. Health Minister Chitalu Chilufya has attributed the development…


Zambia: Cholera Outbreak Rouses NCC

MARTIN NYIRENDA, our Times Features writer, recently visited some of the trading places in Ndola which are punctuated with heaps of garbage, clogged furrows impregnated with sometimes human waste and a mass of humanity operating…







Zambia: Cholera Outbreak Rouses NCC

MARTIN NYIRENDA, our Times Features writer, recently visited some of the trading places in Ndola which are punctuated with heaps of garbage, clogged furrows impregnated with sometimes human waste and a mass of humanity operating…



Zambia: Cholera Victims Discharged

By Mildred Katongo THREE Ndola cholera victims who were admitted at Masala cholera center have been treated and discharged, Ndola Mayor Amon Chisenga has said. Mr Chisenga said no one among the three cases reported…