NKOLE MULAMBIA, Ndola FIRST Lady Esther Lungu has commended the United States-based Christian Brigade for conducting a health outreach programme in Masaiti district on the Copperbelt with 25 doctors. The team treated over 550 people in Chief Chiwala’s area for malaria and respiratory tract infections from Sunday to Monday this week. “We are grateful that
CAROLINE KALOMBE, Lusaka THE Lusaka Magistrate’s Court has placed former Chongwe member of Parliament (MP) Sylvia Masebo on her defence after finding her with a case to answer for alleged abuse of authority of office. In this case, Masebo was charged with abuse of authority of office and cancellation of hunting concession licences. When the
Soccer Review with STEPHEN PHIRI THE stage is set and the under-20 national team need to hit the ground running. Zambia will host the 2017 Africa Youth Championship next February. The line-up is complete after last Friday’s last round of matches across the continent. Cameroon, Egypt, Guinea, Mali, Senegal, South Africa, Sudan and hosts Zambia
CATHERINE MUMBA, Lusaka POLICE in Lusaka have arrested a 30-year-old man of Makeni for allegedly knocking down a police officer identified as sergeant Sililo Mukena of Mobile Police Unit in Kabwe. Mr Mukena was deployed at Kapiri Mposhi turn-off on presidential duties. Deputy police spokesperson Rae Hamoonga said in a statement yesterday that the accident
CHAKA SIMBEYE, SYLVESTER CHISHIMBA, Lusaka DEMOCRATIC Republic of Congo’s Richard Mwaamba is leading at the inaugural African 64 Draughts Championship at Olympic Youth Development Centre in Lusaka. Mwaamba beat Isaac Bafaki of Uganda in round eight to garner 13 points. Moses Winesi and Enock Banda, both of Malawi, are second with 11 points apiece. Zambia’s
NKWETO MFULA, CHINOYI CHIPULU, Chingola PATRIOTIC Front (PF) central committee member Chishimba Kambwili has warned aspiring PF councillors against getting involved in illegal land allocation if voted into office as a means of enriching themselves. Dr Kambwili said councillors should work according to campaign promises they make to the electorate. He said councillors should work
SYLVESTER CHISHIMBA, Lusaka ZAMBIA yesterday suffered the third defeat at the 2017 World Youth Netball Championship qualifiers after losing 28-22 to Uganda. The Zambian queens lost to South Africa 39-20 in the opening match, tumbled 46-24 to Zimbabwe before overcoming hosts Botswana 42-35. Netball Association of Zambia general secretary Pritchard Ngoma confirmed the results from
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