KELVIN KACHINGWE, Lusaka THE Miss Heritage Zambia finalists are currently engaged in a fierce online tussle for votes for the Miss Personality title as the pageant nears the grand finale on June 16 in Lusaka. Following auditions in March, 14 contestants were picked to undertake rehearsals before entering into boot camp on June 1. A
HOW WE MET, MIKE MUGALA, Lusaka EVEN after 70 years of marriage, Saulosi Banda, 91, still believes t h a t E v e l y n Chulu, 87, is the most beautiful woman he has ever met in his life. According to him, God specifically created Evelyn for him and not any other man.
SUNDAY PROFILE MAY Sumbwanyambe was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, a year after his parents immigrated to the United Kingdom from Zambia. Despite being set for a career in law, watching Roy Williams’ play Sing Yer Heart Out for the Lads set him on a different path as a writer. Now, 30, Sumbwanyambe has toiled hard
TEDDY KUYELA, Lusaka PRESIDENT Lungu yesterday made an earnest appeal to Zambians to vote for him and the Patriotic Front (PF) in the August 11 general elections because the ruling party has delivered and continues to fulfil promises it made in 2011. Mr Lungu was speaking in Lusaka yesterday during the launch of the PF
CONSTITUENCY WATCH with MACKSON WASAMUNU, Lusaka LIKE most rural constituencies, the main economic activity for Bahati constituency, located in Mansa district of Luapula Province, is agriculture. The immediate past area member of Parliament, Harry Kalaba, recognizes just how fundamental agriculture to the people of Bahati is. To that effect, Mr Kalaba has organized for the
SPIDERS WEB with CHEELA CHILALA THERE are two key ways by which parents can impart values on their children: by word and by deed. There is substance, though, in the cliché that action speaks louder than words. People are more interested in what you do than what you say; what you do must not contradict