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One dead after microlight crashes at Victoria Falls, Livingstone

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ONE person has allegedly been killed in microlight crash in Livingstone today.

The Zambia Police is yet to give details of the accident.

“We can confirm that there was a microlight aircraft crash at about 5 kilometers from the Victoria Falls. We are still establishing the facts and the identity of the persons and enquiries are ongoing.” a source said.

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Liquid Telecom Zambia to sponsor the ICT award category at this year’s PUSH Women Awards

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THE PUSH Women Network is pleased to announce that Liquid Telecom Zambia is a sponsor of the ICT award category at this year’s PUSH Women Awards. This is the second consecutive year that Liquid has supported The PUSH Women Network’s platform created to celebrate women who are defying the odds. Their continued support is testament of the company’s determination to rally behind the call for gender equity and equality as well as their resolve to support leading women who are achieving excellence in their respective fields.

Speaking when he met PUSH Executive Director Colonel Mwizukanji Namwawa and the Network Board Secretary Mutumu Nzala Mwape, Liquid Chief Executive Officer, Mark Townsend Said “Liquid Telecom is committed to elevating and highlighting women and more specifically the various roles they hold in the ICT sector. We are therefore proud to sponsor the ICT award at this year’s PUSH Women Awards because women in this field serve as role models for young girls who are considering a future in ICT and prove that women are capable of anything. Some of these women form key parts of Liquid Telecom Zambia’s operations, from Supply Chain Management to Enterprise and Legal to Customer Care. It is therefore a pleasure to be part of this progressive initiative.”

The PUSH Women Awards are the gold standard of award ceremonies in the country and showcase a premium class, signature styled event akin to no other. The PUSH Women Network is therefore pleased to have the support of corporate partners like Liquid Telecom Zambia in staging this occasion .

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Some areas to be affected by longer load-shedding than others in the next few days, ZESCO Limited says

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ZESCO Limited has announced that some areas will experience longer load shedding hours in the next few days due to a technical failure at one of the National Grid units which has resulted into the loss of 130 megawatts of power.
ZESCO Public Relations Manager Hazel Zulu disclosed in a statement that there is a loss of 130MW of power from the national grid caused by a technical failure on one power supply unit.
Zulu said because of the deficit, there may be variations in adherence to the current load shedding hours until  at a time when the situation will be normalized.
She also assured customers that that the corporation is working round the clock to assess the impact of the deficit.

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Spring TV is operating illegally because it is not licensed by the authority, IBA Chair Mabel Mung’omba says

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INDEPENDENT Broadcasting Authority (IBA) Board Chairperson Mabel Mung’omba has insisted that Spring TV is operating illegally because it is not licensed by the authority.
Mung’omba in a statement said Spring TV is not a licensee of the IBA hence it operating illegally.
“Spring TV, like any other broadcasting service provider, is bound by sections 19(1) of the Independent Broadcasting Authority (Amendment) Act No.26 of 2010 which prohibits the operation or the provision of a broadcasting service in Zambia without a broadcasting licence,” Mung’omba said. She said any electronic communication intended for reception by means of radio frequency spectrum or any electronic communications network or any combination thereof is supposed to be licensed by the authority. ”
Therefore, any person wishing to operate or provide a broadcasting service in Zambia, regardless of whether the broadcasting service is conveyed through radio frequency spectrum or any electronic communications network such as the internet, is required to obtain a broadcasting licence from the IBA,” said Mung’omba.
She said operating without a broadcasting licence amounts to a punishable offence.

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ZAMBIA: COVID-19 STATS

11 Aug 2020, 9:22 AM (GMT)

Zambia Stats

8,210 Total Cases
241 Deaths
6,802 Recovered

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