Qualification possible, says Kalaba

MATHEWS KABAMBA, DIANA MUTAKAFIMBO, Kitwe, Windhoek NATIONAL team captain Rainford Kalaba has put up a brave face that the Chipolopolo can go all the way and qualify for the 2018 Russia World Cup finals despite being drawn with giants Algeria, Cameroon and Nigeria. The four teams are in Group B of the qualifying series kicking

UPND cadres loot PF candidate’s shop

CHAMBO NG’UNI, Kabwe SUSPECTED United Party for National Development (UPND) cadres yesterday allegedly pounced on Sonnets shop belonging to Patriotic Front (PF) Kabwe Central parliamentary candidate Tutwa Ngulube and looted goods worth thousands of Kwacha. Central Province commissioner of police Lombe Kamukoshi and Mr Ngulube confirmed the development in separate interviews yesterday. Ms Kamukoshi could

Theft ends in tragedy

CHISHALA MUSONDA, Ndola A SECURITY guard in Luanshya suffered serious body burns after he allegedly attempted to steal an 11KV cable at CNMC Luanshya Copper Mines (CLM) on Wednesday. The incident happened at Tailings Pump House near the mine’s concentrator at around 23:00 hours. CLM head of public relations and local business development Sydney Chileya

Improved access to health care impacting positively on quality of life

TEDDY KUYELA, Lusaka ACCESS to comprehensive, quality health care services is essential for the attainment of health equity and for increasing the quality of a healthy life for everyone. Disparities in access to health services affect individuals and society. Limited access to health care impacts people’s ability to reach their full potential, impacting negatively on

Confident Zesco off to Morocco

MULWANDA LUPIYA, Ndola ZESCO United coach George Lwandamina says his side are not underdogs ahead of Wednesday’s CAF Champions League Group A match against Moroccan outfit Wydad Casablanca. In an interview at Simon Mwansa International Airport in Ndola before departure for Rabat yesterday, Lwandamina said Zesco are travelling to Morocco to go and fight for

Immigration tightens borders

MIKE MUGALA, Lusaka AS THE country heads towards elections, the immigration department has drawn up an ambitious plan to deploy 96 immigration assistant officers to over 40 borders across the country to beef up security, public relations officer Namati Nshinka has said. Speaking at a pass-out parade for immigration assistants at Lilayi Police College yesterday,