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Government has released funds to China State Engineering and Construction Company to continue with the construction of Chadiza-Chipata-Chanida-Katete roads.
Eastern Province Permanent Secretary Chanda Kasolo confirmed this yesterday when he met government heads of departments in Chadiza.
He says that government has paid the Contractor 34 million Kwacha to continue with the road works.
Mr. Kasolo says the contractor was demanding for 50 million Kwacha but upon negotiations the contractor agreed to continue with the road works after being paid 34 million Kwacha.
He says the work is expected to resume soon.
Meanwhile Chadiza District Forestry Officer Charles Mchotsa complained that the two companies, China State and Avex Contractors are using the forest reserves without proper documents to allow them use the forest.
Mr Mchotsa explained that the two construction companies have set up quarries in the forest and are now selling crashed stones to local residents who are building houses and other structures.
He says that many trees have been cut in areas where they take gravel without paying for it.
Mr. Mchotsa says when he contacted the two contractors, he was told that they have the authority from the president to use the land.
And Eastern Province Permanent Secretary Chanda Kasolo says that the matter will be looked in to establish if the contractors have proper documents from ZEMA, the Zambia Environmental Management Agency.
Local manufactures operating without a permit to supply products risk having their companies closed.
Zambia Bureau of Standards, ZABS Head of Marketing and Public Relations, Hazel Zulu told Breeze News in a press statement that this is in an effort to ensure that only safe and reliable products are made reliable to the consumers.
Mrs. Zulu says according to section 12 of the standard act number 416 of the laws of Zambia, only manufactures with authorisation from the Bureau are allowed to supply products to which compulsory standards apply.
She says supplying products without a permit from the Bureau is a violation of the standard act and the manufacture may have their products confiscated or have their premises closed if they do not comply.
Mrs. Zulu says the exercise of inspecting products and educating manufactures has already started in Lusaka and will spread to other parts of the country including Eastern Province this year because the region has a good number of manufactures.
Mrs. Zulu urged consumers to always look for expiry dates on products adding that this is an indication that the supplier of the products is genuine.
The Drug Enforcement Commission in Eastern Province, has arrested and jointly charged three 18-year-old boys and one 17-year-old boy, all of Magazine Compound in Chipata District for trafficking in loose cannabis weighing 109.9g.
This is according to a Press Statement availed to Breeze News by DEC Public Relations Officer, Theresa Katongo.
Ms. Katongo says the Commission would like to caution young people to desist from engaging themselves in drug abuse and trafficking activities whose consequences are dire.
She added that the Commission has arrested 12 Juveniles countrywide for trafficking in various quantities of cannabis.
Ms. Katongo says DEC arrested and jointly charged in Luapula Province is a 15-year-old boy of Chitamba village in Mansa District and Charity Chipundu, 42, of the same abode for trafficking in loose cannabis weighing 2.613kg.
Others arrested and jointly charged are three pupils of NKC Mckenzie in Ndola on the Copperbelt for trafficking in 521g of loose cannabis. Two of the boys are aged 17 and one is 14 years old.
And in Lusaka has arrested a 32-year-old man of Mutendere Compound for being in possession of 9,900 United States Dollar counterfeit notes.
Ms. Katongo says Maybin Zulu, 32, of Mutendere East in Lusaka has been arrested for being in possession of Nine Thousand, Nine Hundred United States Dollars counterfeit notes contrary to the Laws of Zambia.
She says the suspect was arrested in Kabulonga residential area as he was about to transact.
All suspects will appear in court soon.
The signing of the constitutional bill into law by President Edgar Lungu has brought joy among some stakeholders.
Former Provincial chairperson for the Grand Coalition on the People Driven Constitution, Maxson Nkhoma, says that Zambians must appreciate that the country now has an amended constitution, although it has not been enacted through a referendum as many people wanted.
He says that the bill that was signed into law yesterday, contain some of the major progressive clauses that Zambians wanted to be included in the constitution.
Mr. Nkhoma says that those, who did not support the amendment of the constitution through parliament must come to terms with the fact that being a stakeholder, does not mean all their wishes should have been followed, as there were others with different wishes and ideas.
However, Mr. Nkhoma has expressed surprise with the fear of some councilors that they may not stand in this year’s general elections, due to the new constitutional requirement that anyone standing as a councilor must have a Grade Twelve certificate.
Mr. Nkhoma says that councilors like many other Zambian citizens, were part of the stakeholders, who fully participated in coming up with the desired laws.
He says that councilors were therefore fully aware of the inclusion of this requirement since 2011 when the consultative process started and should have prepared themselves by sitting for grade twelve examinations.
Mr. Nkhoma says implementation of the amended constitution must start immediately and that such complaints should not be entertained.
Eastern Water and Sewerage Company has confirmed facing some challenges in paying salaries to workers.
And the water company has changed the system of paying back loans for employees obtained from banks.
Speaking to Breeze News, Spokesperson Henry Kashoki says that it is true that the company last year faced challenges to pay salaries but the situation has normalized.
Mr. Kashoki attributed the challenges in paying salaries to problems that the company has faced to collect enough revenue from its operations.
He called for hard work from workers, stating that this is the only that the company will make enough revenue to pay salaries on time.
And Mr. Kashoki says that the company has cancelled memorandum of understandings with banks, where Eastern Water was paying back loans on behalf of the workers after deducting from their salaries.
Yesterday the workers demanded for removal of their managing director, Lyton Kanowa because of among other things delayed salaries and failure to submit loan deductions to the banks.
Meanwhile Mr. Kashoki has dismissed reports that Mr. Kanowa has been sent on forced leave because of the same matter, stating that he has gone on annual leave.
He says that the company board will look into the grievances of the workers.
Eastern Province has been allocated 61 million Kwacha under the 2016 National Budget.
Provincial Permanent Secretary, Chanda Kasolo has confirmed during a live radio programme dubbed “Budget Tracking” on Breeze FM this morning.
Mr. Kasolo however, says that the province would have wanted an allocation of 82 million Kwacha but the budget ceiling for 2016 was reduced.
And Mr. Kasolo has expressed disappointment with local contractors in Eastern Province whom he accused of failing to perform.
He charged that the contractor working on township roads in Katete district was totally incompetent while the contractor working on Chipata district Hospital was a big disappointment.
Mr. Kasolo further revealed that no contractor will be paid for works done until the project has been inspected by him, Eastern Province Deputy Permanent Secretary, Patrick Mwanawasa or the provincial minister.
He says that such measures have been taken due to incompetence and corruption where government officers are certifying shoddy works, making government lose money.
Meanwhile Eastern Province Permanent Secretary Chanda Kasolo has described 2015 as a very challenging year.
Speaking on Breeze FM’s Budget Tracking Programme, Mr. Kasolo says that the year was challenging in that resources were not forth coming as expected.
Mr. Kasolo explained that this has been frustrating to the provincial administration because it has been unable to fulfil goals for 2015.
He however, indicated that this was due to a larger economic challenge, which the country faced due to declining copper prices which reduced payment of taxes to government and other outside economic shocks.
Mr. Kasolo indicated that despite this challenge, the provincial administration performed well adding that the Ministry of Finance cannot blamed for inconsistent release of funds.
And Mr. Kasolo says that rehabilitation of the Great East Road, construction of hospitals and improvement in water reticulation were some of the major projects, which government successfully implemented in 2015.
He however, expressed disappointment with the business sector for exploiting consumers with high commodity prices.
Mr. Kasolo indicated that despite government intervening in the matter, there has been a minimal reduction in prices of commodities.
People whose houses were demolished in Lundazi district last year have been given a go ahead to reconstruct their structures.
Lundazi District Council Secretary, Boyd Kaoma told Breeze News that the local authority held meetings with the Ministry of Lands to decide on the way forward for the affected people.
He says it was decided during the meetings that the people whose houses were demolished should continue staying in the buffer zone of Lundazi stream.
Mr. Kaoma says the issue of Former Lundazi DEBS, District Education Board Secretary Hebert Mwiinga, whose house was also demolished, has been referred to the council.
He says the council is still discussing the matter with the planning authority, adding that Mr. Mwiinga will also have to reconstruct his house.
Last year, about five families were left in the cold when their houses were demolished by the Provincial Planning Authority after it was discovered that the houses were posing danger to the life span of the Lundazi stream.
Police in Chipata have arrested UPND Provincial Chairperson, Paul Benjamin Thole, 63 and Victor Mbuzi, 46, who is UPND Deputy Publicity Secretary.
This is in connection with the attacks on a businessman identified as Jay Banda and two journalists of Chipata that happened in Vubwi district last week.
Eastern Province Deputy Police Commissioner, Patrick Billy confirmed the arrest to Breeze News.
Mr. Billy says the two were arrested in Chipata yesterday.
He says Thole and Mbuzi have been charged with occasioning actual bodily harm and will appear in court soon.
Mr. Billy added that police will arrest any person who was involved in the attack.
Mr. Billy says Thole and Mbuzi will be charged jointly with other person’s unknown.
On Thursday last week, Petauke based businessman, Jay Banda, Post Newspaper Correspondent, Peter Sukwa and Feel Free radio journalist, Kelvin Phiri were attacked by political cadres in Vubwi district.
Government has expressed worry with the continued reports of fraud activities that have characterized the Social Cash Transfer Scheme in Eastern Province.
Deputy Minister of Community Development and Social Welfare, Obby Chisala says that his office has received a number of reports that most beneficiaries of the Social Cash Transfer Scheme are not genuine.
He was speaking in Chipata this morning, when he paid a courtesy call on Eastern Province Permanent Secretary, Chanda Kasolo.
Mr. Chisala says reports have also reached his office that some beneficiaries are being removed from the system while some women clubs are not using the money for the intended purpose.
He says that it is for this reason that he has come to the province to verify the reports and put an end to the activities.
The Minister also says plans are underway to expand the number of districts with beneficiaries for the Social Cash Transfer Scheme from the current 50 to 78 next year.
And Eastern Province Permanent Secretary, Chanda Kasolo says his office will ensure that the misuse of funds meant for vulnerable people is brought to an end.
Mr. Kasolo says it is sad to note that people are taking governments programmes for granted by getting involved in various dubious activities, which should not be tolerated.