Zanaco seek recovery at Dynamos

VICTOR KUMWENDA, Lusaka A WEEK after losing 2-1 to rivals Power Dynamos, leaders Zanaco will today seek recovery when they face Lusaka Dynamos in a Super Division Week 22 match at Sunset Stadium in Lusaka. The defeat saw Zanaco’s lead cut to eight points after second-placed Nkana beat Kabwe Warriors 1-0. Zanaco have 49 points

HH overtakes President Lungu as results roll in

UPND president Hakainde Hichilema has taken a comfortable lead in the presidential race from the eight constituencies that have so far being released by the Electoral Commission of Zambia. Mr Hichilema’s tally rose to 47, 706 after President Edgar Lungu’s 41 572 after five more constituencies were announced. The five constituencies whose results were announced

Police nab impersonator

CHISHALA MUSONDA, Ndola POLICE in Ndola have detained a 25-year-old man who allegedly attempted to vote in Thursday’s general elections using a dead man’s documents. Copperbelt commissioner of police Charity Katanga named the suspect as Chris Matema of Kakupeta village in Sakania, who allegedly tried to use his dead uncle Boniface Chola’s voter’s card and

UPND cadres block Siamunene

CHOMBA MUSIKA, Sinazongwe A GROUP of voters brandishing the United Party for National Development (UPND) symbol on Thursday blocked Patriotic Front (PF) Sinazongwe parliamentary candidate Richwell Siamunene from accessing three polling stations for unknown reasons. The voters, mainly youths, were found in a queue outside the polling stations waiting to vote. But others were seen

Police warn against anarchy

HONE SIAME, Kitwe POLICE on the Copperbelt have warned that they will not entertain anarchy by supporters of losing presidential candidates when the winners of Thursday’s general elections are announced. Provincial commissioner of police Charity Katanga (left) said the provincial police command is alert and ready to swiftly respond to any threat to peace. Ms
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