SHIKANDA KAWANGA, Livingstone POLICE in Southern Province have apprehended a man identified as Simeon Mweemba for declaring himself as Chief Simoonga in Chieftainess Mweenda’s area, a position which does not exist. Southern Province commissioner of police Godwin Phiri said this happened at Mwanamangala village in Chikankata district. “Mweemba declared himself as Chief Simoonga on June
KALONDE NYATI, Mahe, Seychelles THE African Export and Import Bank (Afrexim) is targeting to raise capital through equity to a tune of US$500 million by the end of the year to enable it provide reliable assistance to more African businesses. Outgoing chairman of the Afrexim general meeting Denny Kalyalya said the bank has embarked on
ALEX NJOVU, Lusaka ZAMBIA today face rivals Malawi under-17 national team in the Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (COSAFA) Under-17 Youth Championship Group B match with coach Oswald Mutapa looking forward to the encounter. Zambia and its eastern neighbours have clashed several times on the senior level with the Chipolopolo having the edge. But
CHRISTINE CHISHA, Lusaka BANK of Zambia Deputy Governor for Administration Tukiya Kankasa-Mabula says a vibrant and growing small and medium enterprise (SME) sector is a vital component of any healthy economy. Speaking in Lusaka yesterday when she officiated at the inaugural graduation ceremony for executive diploma in SME relationship management, Dr Kankasa-Mabula said when SME
Game ON! with BENEDICT TEMBO IF IT is true that Wedson Nyirenda has applied for the vacant Chipolopolo job, then I would urge the Football Association of Zambia not to blink but recruit him immediately. Nyirenda is one of the most committed local coaches I have known in recent years and his competence record speaks
Young & Ambitious: MIKE MUGALA, Chibombo SHE walks three kilometers to school every morning just to keep alive her dream of becoming a doctor. Memory Musowe 13, a grade six pupil at Children’s Town, a community school run by Development Aid from People to People (DAPP) in Chibombo district is resolute about coming out of
MIKE MUGALA, Lusaka THE Lions Club of Mulungushi has donated assorted goods to Chainama Hills Hospital worth over K2,500. Among the items donated are winter clothing, detergents and toiletries. Speaking during the donation, club president Matildah Kantengwe said the club decided to donate the winter clothing because most patients are exposed to the cold during
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