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KATIMA MULILO – Mubusisi wa sikiliti sa Zambezi Lawrence Sampofu ukupile likeleke kunga muhato ni kutusa muuso mwakubupa sicaba se sina ni likute ni lyano la simoya. KATIMA MULILO – The CEO of Katima Mulilo Town Council, Raphael Liswaniso, says the bad roads at the town are a result of not having quality gravel in the region. KATIMA MULILO – Muzamaisi wa tolopo ya Katima Mulilo Raphael Liswaniso, ubulela kuli mikwa yesinyehile mwatolopo itiswa kikusaba ni buwelekeshe kapa kokoto sakata mwasikiliti. KATIMA MULILO – Operations at the Sibbinda sub-khuta of the Mafwe Traditional Authority in the Zambezi region remains halted due to a power struggle over who should be the district induna. KATIMA MULILO – The jobs of about 400 workers went up in smoke after a huge fire razed the Katima Mulilo Shoprite shopping complex yesterday morning, destroying property worth millions. KATIMA MULILO – Katima Mulilo CEO Raphael Liswaniso says his remarks that bad roads around the town are a result of not having quality gravel near the town were taken out of context. KATIMA MULILO – Misebezi ya babalikana myanda ye mine neile ni musi, kasamulaho mulilo omutuna nosinyize muyaho walintolo, walule lwa masheleñi Labune mwatolopo ya Katima Mulilo. KATIMA MULILO – Khuta yenyinyani ya Sibbinda ili yewela mwakamaiso ya sizo sa Mafwe, mwasikiliti sa Zambezi isiala ikwalilwe bakeñisa kulwanela bunduna bwa silao. Kulwanela situlo kumwahala mabasi amabeli, ili Nanjala-July Mungu ni Nezyuba-Ziambo Mwilima, ili base bangile lilimolimo inge basa lumelelani kuli yaswanela kunga bunduna kimañi. KATIMA MULILO – Classes at Nankuntwe Combined School in the Kabbe South constituency have been suspended due to flooding. KATIMA MULILO – Kuituta kwa sikolo sa Nankuntwe mwasilalanda sa Kabbe ya Mbowela kulilimanisizwe bakeñisa muunda. As the world continues to battle with the coronavirus pandemic which has crippled the economy across all sectors, fish vendors in the Zambezi region continue to persevere in selling fish, just as they have with in the past years before Covid-19.