Letter: Chaile Says Shutting Down Businesses Not The Answer To Cholera Situation

Who ever is advising govt or who ever is advising Minister of Health Dr Chitalu Chilufya must be out of his mind. What a hell boasting around that they have closed down Hungry Lion, Pick and Pay and other food … Continued

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Who ever is advising govt or who ever is advising Minister of Health Dr Chitalu Chilufya must be out of his mind. What a hell boasting around that they have closed down Hungry Lion, Pick and Pay and other food outlets. Government should realise that our economy is too infant or too small to be using emotions when handling such. Cholera is out of hand. You cannot be closing down such outlets like tu ntemba in streets. Dr Chitalu should know that the bacteria that causes cholera vibrio cholerae is a very weak organism and part of its structure is composed of protein. Once the bacteria is exposed to certain temperature or heat, the protein gets denatured. That’s why health personals always encourage us to boil the water all the time, or warm our food before we ingest it. All what the govt needed to do was to strengthen precautions in all food selling shops and outlets than close them down e.g. all food be sold warm or hot, workers wash hands every time and of course improve the general cleanliness in and around the shops. Period. The other mistake the government made was to destabilise the health sector which is the most sensitive ministry. Whoever is close to the President Edgar Lungu please advice him accordingly. Those workers you fired and retired on national interest because they were perceived as pro opposition actually most of them were the most qualified and experienced to handle such disasters like cholera. Now that they were replaced with cadres and unexperienced individual I see cholera to get worse and worse. .. Vincent Chaile President radical revolutionary party RRP The post Letter: Chaile Says Shutting Down Businesses Not The Answer To Cholera Situation appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Grand Prize for Bushbuckridge’s Top Learner

[News24Wire] Hard work and dedication has paid off for Thalentha Ngoveni, who was gifted with a red Toyota Yaris as a reward for earning seven distinctions in his matric examination.

[News24Wire] Hard work and dedication has paid off for Thalentha Ngoveni, who was gifted with a red Toyota Yaris as a reward for earning seven distinctions in his matric examination.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Fish Project Changes Lives

[Zimbabwe Standard] Makurumidze fish project in Zimuto near Masvingo has transformed the lives of its 35 members who are now generating money to sustain their families.

[Zimbabwe Standard] Makurumidze fish project in Zimuto near Masvingo has transformed the lives of its 35 members who are now generating money to sustain their families.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

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[ANGOP] Luanda -In the wake of the controversy over the absence of 1º de Agosto athletes in the national team, considered unthinking by the vice president of the Angolan Football Federation (FAF), Adão Costa, the leadership of the military club faced the statements of this federative leader of sensationalists, deceived of falsehood and injurious to the dignity of the club.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

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[News24Wire] The National Youth Development Agency (NYDA) has congratulated the class of 2017 for their "phenomenal performance" and encouraged them to apply to study at tertiary institutions.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

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[ANGOP] Cuito -The Bié deputy governor, Carlos Ulombe da Silva, on Saturday in Cuito urged social institutions to raise awareness among young people of the spirit of solidarity with vulnerable families hospitalized or affected by natural calamities.

[ANGOP] Cuito -The Bié deputy governor, Carlos Ulombe da Silva, on Saturday in Cuito urged social institutions to raise awareness among young people of the spirit of solidarity with vulnerable families hospitalized or affected by natural calamities.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

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[ANGOP] Benguela -At least 104 classrooms come into operation in the academic year of 2018, to meet the academic population residing in the new housing centers located in the municipalities of Lobito and Baía Farta, with a view to serving 11,500 students of general, secondary and high technical education.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

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[News24Wire] University representatives will meet with the Department of Higher Education on Monday as registration processes begin over the next few days, Universities South Africa (USAf) said on Sunday.

[News24Wire] University representatives will meet with the Department of Higher Education on Monday as registration processes begin over the next few days, Universities South Africa (USAf) said on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa