• October 20th, 2018
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Bazumi bahanelwa kupikela tolongo kwande

KATIMA MULILO – Baana babalalu babakulubelwa kuli ki bazumi baba zuma isi kamulao nebahanezwi kulifa masheleñi, akupikela tolongo kwande hane babonahalile fapila muatuli yomunyinyani Boyd Namushinga, mwa khuta ya Katima Mulilo,

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KAZA TFCA urged to strengthen fish preservation

KATIMA MULILO – Fisheries and marine resources permanent secretary, Dr Moses Maurihungirire has called on member countries of the Kavango-Zambezi (KAZA) Transfrontier Conservation Area (TFCA) to strengthen cross border participation in the management of fish resources, by involving riparian and floodplain communities.

MICT ikayaha ofesi yenca mwa Zambezi

Katima Mulilo – Liluko la Mañusa ni Zwelopili Yakuambola (MICT) lika tateka kuyaha ofesi yenca yasikiliti sa Zambezi kasamulaho akutambeka sibaka samayahelo aofesi kumuyahi viki yefelile. Muyaho wasinyehelo yefitelela bolule bamashumi amabeli ukaba ni maofesi asilezi, sibaka sakubuluka libuka, intaneti, nindu yakuhatisa lipina hala zeñwi cwalo.

Chunga implicated in attempted murder case

KATIMA MULILO - The councillor of Sibbinda Constituency Ignatius Chunga made a brief but hushed appearance before magistrate Jo-rina Jagger in the Katima Mulilo Regional Court yesterday, after his gun was used in a case of attempted murder involving his cattle herder from Zambia.

Sibaka salindiala sa Mafuta sifumana neulo yalitapi

Katima Mulilo – Sibaka sa Mafuta sifumaneha libima zelishumi kuzwa mwatolopo ya Katima Mulilo, mi teñi sibaka sapabalelo yalindiala nibanana sesibizwa kalibizo la silalanda, sibabalela banana balindiala kuzwelela mwasilalanda nikwaminzi yeli bukaufi ya Musanga ni Chefuzwe.

Purojekiti yakuitekela mezi imwasimbwi mwa Katima

Katima Mulilo – Bukamuso bwa purojekiti yakuitekela mezi ili yene bonahala kuba yakukayekwa bayahi batolopo ya Katima Mulilo ki katengo katolopo habuzibwi, kasamulaho mubusisi wa sikiliti sa Zambezi Lawrence Sampofu nalaezi katengo katolopo kuli kabone kuli bayahi batolopo bakena mwatumelelano.

KMTC ordered to close dumpsite

KATIMA MULILO - The Ministry of Environment and Tourism has ordered the Katima Mulilo Town Council (KMTC) to close its waste disposal site with immediate effect after the town council failed to enforce a mandatory compliance order dating back to August 2016.

Mafuta orphanage receives fish donation

KATIMA MULILO - Situated about 10 kilometres from Katima Mulilo at Mafuta, the orphanage and day care centre named after the settlement takes care of orphans within the area and from the surrounding villages of Musanga and Chefuzwe.

Katima water metres project remains in limbo

KATIMA MULILO - The future of the pre-paid water metres project seemingly foisted on residents of Katima Mulilo by the town council remains unknown, after the Zambezi regional governor Lawrence Sampofu halted the project in June and ordered the council to ensure residents are consulted.

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Chief Mayuni condemns secessionist group

CHOI - Leader of the Mashi Traditional Authority at Choi, Chief Joseph Tembwe Mayuni has expressed concern about the pro-secessionist Caprivi Concerned Group saying their activities are a major source of instability in the Zambezi that in 1998 was rocked by a secessionist uprising.

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The secessionists in the Zambezi lack an internalised foe

This article is meant to present my contribution to the prickly debate that is underway on Facebook, especially among the residents of the Zambezi Region. It is my desire to demonstrate the intellectual bankruptcy embedded in the contributions made by the sympathisers of the secessionists, as these individuals seem to be motivated by nothing else but family loyalism, and utter indiscretion. It is quite irritating when the residents of this region are again and again drawn back to the debate of an issue that exists in the minds of individuals who failed in their pursuit of different careers. These individuals have used their failure, and the bad experience associated with it, to justify the secession of the Zambezi Region from Namibia. It is so sad that these individuals have won sympathisers among innocent fellows who have failed to rise above imaginary tribal boundaries either due to sheer absurdity, or little education.