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CLOSURE OF LIQUOR PREMISES FOR NON COMPLIANCE

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KITWE CITY COUNCIL

KITWE City Council has embarked on an extensive regulation compliance inspection within the city and of the 40 liquor premises visited on Tuesday and Wednesday, 27 were closed for violating various provisions of the law. In the process 70 cases of beer and 100 bottles of spirits have been confiscated.

 

The objective of the inspection is to monitor compliance levels with the Liquor License Act Cap 20 of 2011, the Public Health Act Cap 295, fire certificate and curb unrestricted sell of cheap but high potent spirits especially to the youths below 18 years old (underage patronage).

 

Apart from having their premises shut, defaulters are being levied various penalty fees. Failure to display a license is also a punishable offence.

 

The closed premises include Black Gate, Keg and Coppersmith, Chiller’s Corner, Muluka Bar, and Elelemwa. The operation is ongoing and has since covered Parklands, Nkana East, Riverside, Kwacha and Bulangililo.

 

 

 

ROY KUSEKA

PUBLIC RELATIONS MANAGER

KITWE CITY COUNCIL

03.08.2017


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KITWE CITY COUNCIL WARMS UP FOR REGIONAL GAMES

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photo focus for Kitwe city Councils Participation

His Hon the deputy Mayor of Kabwe delivering the speech and on his left is Kabwe Municipal Council Town Clerk and on the right is the ZALASA President

Stephen Mbita of Kitwe City Council Playing at the Zalasa games in Kabwe

Stephen Mbita of Kitwe City Council Playing at the Zalasa games in Kabwe

KITWE City Council over the weekend enthusiastically joined other councils in Kabwe for the Zambia Local Authority Sports Association (ZALASA) tournament, hosted by Kabwe Municipal Council, aimed at facilitating selection of employees for the regional games next month to be hosted by Steve Tshwete municipality in South Africa. ZALASA is affiliated to the regional sports body Southern Africa Inter- Municipal Sports Association (SAIMSA) which promotes cooperation through sport among employees and civic leaders of local authorities.

Kitwe City Council's midfielder in action

Kitwe City Council’s midfielder in action

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Kitwe netballer scores during the ZALASA GAMES

The tournament was graced by Kabwe Deputy Mayor Councilor Dominic Sichamba who represented the Minister of Local Government Hon. Vincent Mwale. The minister praised ZALASA executive committee for bringing municipalities together under the umbrella of sport. He noted that sport played a key role in ensuring that employees remained healthy and ready to discharge their functions.

The participants drawn from 13 local authorities took part in netball, marathon, football and pool table. The other disciplines were volleyball, table tennis and chess.

Kitwe City Council scooped third position (overall) after Kabwe Municipal Council followed by Lusaka City Council in the second position.

This year’s SAIMSA games will be held from 23 to 30 September and ZALASA has already received invitation to participated.


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KITWE CITY COUNCIL WARMS UP FOR REGIONAL GAMES

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KITWE City Council over the weekend enthusiastically joined other councils in Kabwe for the Zambia Local Authority Sports Association (ZALASA) tournament, hosted by Kabwe Municipal Council, aimed at facilitating selection of employees for the regional games next month to be hosted by Steve Tshwete municipality in South Africa. ZALASA is affiliated to the regional sports body Southern Africa Inter- Municipal Sports Association (SAIMSA) which promotes cooperation through sport among employees and civic leaders of local authorities. The tournament was graced by Kabwe Deputy Mayor Councilor Dominic Sichamba who represented the Minister of Local Government Hon. Vincent Mwale. The minister praised ZALASA executive committee for bringing municipalities together under the umbrella of sport. He noted that sport played a key role in ensuring that employees remained healthy and ready to discharge their functions. The participants drawn from 13 local authorities took part in netball, marathon, football and pool table. The other disciplines were volleyball, table tennis and chess. Kitwe City Council scooped third position (overall) after Kabwe Municipal Council followed by Lusaka City Council in the second position. This year’s SAIMSA games will be held from 23 to 30 September and ZALASA has already received invitation to participated.

his Hon the Deputy Mayor of Kabwe Councillor Dominic Sichamba delivering the speech. on his left is Kabwe Town Clerk and on the right is Zalasa President