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500 ZAMBIAN CANCER PATIENTS TO BE REFERRED TO TANZANIA FOR TREATMENT

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ABOUT 500 individuals on Cancer treatment in the country needing Radiotherapy are set to undergo through an Ad-hoc Committee at the University Teaching Hospital-UTH, for assessment and recommendation for referral to Tanzania.

Cancer Diseases Hospital-CDH Public Relations Officer, Mwiza Mwiya, says the patients will be sent to Tanzania in a bunch of 40 at an interval accompanied by Nurses.

Mwiya notes that the diagnostic and treatment machines at the hospital are currently nonfunctional with no spare parts on the market, hence Government negotiating with Tanzania to assist in the treatment of the patients.

She states that as announced earlier by Government, the amount will also cover for transport, food and accommodation.

Meanwhile, Mwiya says rehabilitation works and re-equipping of CDH in Lusaka are scheduled to commence by the first quarter of 2024, with Government having already allocated funds and identified a Contractor for the project.

She states that the procurement processes for requirements in the project are near completion, with the scope of work to involve removing outdated equipment and radiation sources and transporting them back to manufacturers.

Mwiya adds that other undertakings will include rehabilitation and reconstruction of the buildings that house the Diagnostic Imaging and Radiation Equipment, as well as installation of new machines therein.

She says the rehabilitation process will take a minimum of twelve months to be completed and upon conclusion, it is expected that CDH will become a Regional Centre of Excellence for diagnosis and treatment of Cancer.

Mwiya clarifies that as the rehabilitation and re-equipping process will be going on, the hospital will continue providing other services such as Chemotherapy, Nuclear Medicines Therapy, Surgery, Palliative Care as well as In and Outpatient Services.

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7 Actions That Could Make You a Millionaire If You Do Them – Reno Omokri

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Register a company, even if you don’t have something to do with it at the moment. Most corporate deals go to companies, not individuals.

Invest in learning how to write business plans, so you can get loans, because you don’t necessarily want to invest with your own money. Dangote did not build his refinery with his own money. He borrowed. Borrowing is the lifeblood of business. Understand how to carry out feasibility studies, dollar cost averaging, and other business related tasks.

When profit comes, convert it from money to assets. All monies, whether Dollars, Pounds, Naira, Cedi, or Shillings, are by their very nature designed to lose value over time. It is called inflation. That makes them liabilities. Invest in what rises in value over time. Invest in assets.

When putting your money in assets, have a mixed portfolio of conservative and risky investments. Never put all your profits in risky assets alone.

Banks exist to suck money from people who don’t have business ideas, and give it to those who do. When you don’t know what to do with money, you save it. When you know what to do with money, you borrow from banks to invest in a business. Instead of saving, learn how to invest your money yourself.

Money is never static. It is either growing or shrinking. When you don’t know what to do with your money, inflation will make the decision for you by making your money shrink. Only by investing can you protect your money from inflation. If not, kiss it goodbye,

If you do not know what to do with your money, invest it in the VOO and VFIAX. Both products are some of the safest yet most profitable investments on Earth.

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ZAMBIAN POLICE NABBED SUSPECTED FRAUDSTERS IMPERSONATING POLICE

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FOUR people who impersonated Police Officers and attempted to defraud a man of his Mineral Purity Testing Machine by giving him counterfeit US$800 and K23,100, have been arrested in Lusaka.

This occurred on 11th April, 2024 when Officers from Westwood Police Station, acting on a report received through the Villa Lucia Police Post, successfully thwarted an attempted swindling incident around 15:00 hours, at the Westwood Checkpoint along Mumbwa Road.

Investigations reveal that Andrew Zulu, a 25-year-old resident of Mpika District in Muchinga Province, had advertised his Machine online, attracting the attention of five individuals who expressed interest in purchasing the equipment.

Police Public Relations Officer, Rae Hamoonga, notes that subsequently, Zulu he travelled to Lusaka on 9th April 9 to meet with the purported buyers who he eventually met at Novera Shopping Mall opposite Heroes Stadium.

According to Zulu, he was approached by four individuals posing as Police Officers, driving a grey Toyota Axio with registration number CAA 790.

Hamoonga narrates that during the meeting, the suspects presented the counterfeit currency as payment for the machine, but sensing foul play, Zulu refused the transaction.

In an effort to evade capture, the suspects attempted to flee with Zulu in the vehicle but he managed to alert nearby Officers at the Westwood Police Checkpoint, prompting swift action from law enforcement.

The four suspects apprehended have been identified as Martin Mulonda, aged 53, of Lusaka West, Felix Kasanga, 42, of Kanyama, Martin Kabwe, 36, also of Kanyama and Moses Lugena, 32, of Bauleni Compound.

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DEFECTIVE BOREHOLE WORRIES TRADERS

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SOME traders at Mazabuka’s Plan 2000 market have expressed concern over a damaged Hand-pump that services the facility.

Florence Ngala tells a Zambian News agency that the Hand-pump has been out of use for over 6 months, causing difficulties for marketeers to access water.

Ngala notes that the Hand-pump served as the primary water source for most residents around the area, including marketeers, hence the need to work on.

Another trader, Pricar Malambo, says currently, many people who depend on the said hand-pump have turned to drawing water from Wells, which may pose a health risk.

Meaan, Plan 2000 Market Committee member, Bliston Chilala, says the Local Authority has made a Water-tank available to the facility, accessible at a fee.

Chilala has encouraged residents and Marketeers to consider using the Council’s water source as it would help generate funds to restore the Hand-pump.

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