A South African consortium of companies, Edgy Nicollo Group, has shown interest in partnering with the Lusaka City Council in a pilot project to provide free wi-fi services to residents of Lusaka. Read More
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Lusaka City Council health inspectors on Thursday stormed Thabc Guesthouse for allegedly operating as a brothel. And the council says it will shut down the Chinese-run guesthouse for operating as a brothel. Thabc Guesthouse, situated in the central business district. Read More
Lusaka Mayor Daniel Chisenga has disclosed that the drainage system at Kulima tower bus station in Lusaka has not been worked on because it was omitted in the renovation contract for all other pieces of infrastructure at the station. Click here for the Full Story
The Government is about to start major demolitions of buildings they deem unplanned in Lusaka. The demolitions will start abruptly once the government has found a company with appropriate equipment for the demolition of thousands of building in Lusaka. Click here for the Full Story
The Lusaka City Council (LCC) will fast-track the court papers of a young couple caught in the old cemetery in , spokesperson Henry Kapata said yesterday.
“Our legal unit has reached an advanced stage to prosecute the two youngsters who strayed into the cemetery around 21:00 hours last week and tried to get intimate on a tombstone. Click here for the Full Story
A check at the site by the Times in the afternoon yesterday revealed that the buildings were razed to the ground while some of the affected people were seen going through rubble to get what remained of their structures. Click here for the the Full Story
Lusaka City council has received over seventy fake marriage certificates from couples allegedly issued to them by bogus bishops.
LCC Registrar of marriages Henry Kapata says the couples decided to return the certificates after discovering that the documents were fake. Click here for the Full Story
The Lusaka City Council (LCC) has demolished some make shift stalls at the Intercity Bus Terminus.
In an interview with ZANIS today, LCC Public Relations Officer, Henry Kapata disclosed that the council carried out an operation that saw the demolition of 130 makeshift stalls at the bus terminus. Click here for the Full Story