Kabwe Central in two-horse race

CHAMBO NG’UNI, Kabwe FOLLOWING the successful filing of nomination papers on May 30, 2016 by two parliamentary candidates, the political temperature in Kabwe Central Constituency has reached a crescendo. It is a two-horse race, involving Tutwa Ngulube of the Patriotic Front (PF) and MacDonald Mwamba of the United Party for National Development (UPND). In fact,

Numba targets maintaining top slot

DIANA MUTAKAFIMBO, ALEX NJOVU, Lusaka ZANACO coach Mumamba Numba has vowed to maintain the top position on the Super Division table. The bankers, who dislodged Nkana, opened up a three-point lead after edging Green Buffaloes 1-0 in a rescheduled Week Six match at Independence Stadium in Lusaka on Wednesday. Numba commended his team for putting

Climate Smart agriculture in 25 million boost

CATHERINE MUMBA, Chisamba THE British government has signed a five-year partnership worth £25 million with the Conservation Farming Unit (CFU) aimed at improving the livelihood of rural Zambian families through building their resilience to climate change. The programme, which has been named ‘Climate Smart Agriculture Zambia’ (CSAZ) will run from now until 2020 and is

SEC calls for alternation finance solutions

TRYNESS TEMBO, Lusaka THE Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) says there is a growing need for academia, policy-makers and regulators to develop alternative finance solutions. In this vein, SEC in partnership with the University of Zambia’s Graduate of business and ZISC Holdings Limited are inviting students across the country to participate in an essay competition

New districts have created jobs Lungu

KELVIN CHONGO, Shibuyunji PRESIDENT Lungu says the declaration of new districts has brought about massive infrastructure development and created jobs for citizens. President Lungu assured that Government will next week start compensating 40 displaced residents of Shibuyunji as a result of the infrastructure development projects taking place in the district. Speaking shortly after touring projects

National 15s coach rues demotion

CECILIA ZULU, Lusaka COACH Chishimba Mwamba has regretted the national 15s team’s demotion to the Confederation of African Rugby (CAR) Group 1C. Chishimba said in an interview from Antananarivo yesterday that the failure to qualify for Group 1A is disappointing. “It’s a pity that we have gone back were we came from [Group 1C]. It
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