MAPALO LUPUPA, Chinsali GOVERNMENT has put measures to provide children with a favourable environment to enable them attain an education and empower them become leaders. Chinsali district administration officer Alex Sinkala said children need to be given the best possible start in life so that they become productive citizens capable of contributing to national development.
CATHERINE MUMBA, Lusaka PATRIOTIC Front (PF) Ngwerere Ward 19 in Lusaka aspiring candidate Adrian Banda has pledged to ensure that all land owners in the ward are given title deeds. Mr Banda said in a statement yesterday that it is important that all households have title deeds countrywide and that the best way to achieve
MULWANDA LUPIYA, Ndola FIFTEEN teams will today battle it out in the inaugural Mopani Copper Mines 15s tournament at Nkana West Rugby Fields in Kitwe. The championship, whose budget is K102, 000, has attracted hosts ‘Men at Work’ Diggers and National Rugby League leaders Red Arrows among others. Diggers have an opportunity to win their
Fashion Trends with ANGELA CHISHIMBA WEARING tights has been a long standing tradition, especially in the cold season. Both silk and woollen tights keep you warm in the chilly weather. This cloth leg covering is now worn mostly by women and girls. This week, I share on the types of tights and what to wear
HONE SIAME, Lusaka GOVERNMENT has disbursed K55,000 to 10 women’s clubs in Kitwe on the Copperbelt Province to enable them to venture in viable income generating activities. Deputy Minister of Gender Dorothy Kazonga said in Kitwe on Thursday it is Government’s policy to raise the economic status of women countrywide through various empowerment programmes to
Analysis: ROBBIE MUSAKUZI THE clarion call for prayers for peace and love before and after the August 11, 2016 general elections has been heard by the majority of peace-loving Zambians but after attending and listening to some political speeches and slogans at some of the political rallies taking place around the country, it seems like
ROBINSON KUNDA, ALEX NJOVU, STEPHEN PHIRI, Lusaka VARIOUS stakeholders have urged Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) president Andrew Kamanga and his predecessor Kalusha Bwalya to bury their differences and work together to develop the game. Former FAZ president Teddy Mulonga said working in harmony is the way to go for Kamanga and Kalusha. Mulonga said