3 choirs vie for One Voice

CHOMBA MUSIKA, Lusaka THE stage is set for today’s One Voice choir competition grand finale, a Zambia National Broadcasting Corporation (ZNBC) reality show. The programme, which started airing last February, is a platform for choirs to showcase their talent while competing for a prize. The first auditions attracted 20 choirs which staged splendid performances, but

Mkushi independent campaigns for Lungu

CHAMBO NG’UNI, Kabwe MKUSHI North independent parliamentary candidate Ingrid Mpande says she is campaigning for President Lungu because he deserves another term to govern the country. Mrs Mpande, who was not adopted by the Patriotic Front (PF), said President Lungu has the interest of Zambians at heart. Ms Doreen Mwape is the PF candidate. “As

Car washer, taxi driver spar

Life: What a journey – CHARLES CHISALA IT CAME to pass that I was in the central business district (CBD) of Lusaka this particular day when I witnessed the altercation between a car washer and a taxi driver. The car washer had reserved a slot for a prospective customer as he washed my vehicle. While

Zambia Sugar retain ICR title

CECILIA ZULU, Lusaka ZAMBIA Sugar Plc yesterday retained the Inter-Company Relay (ICR) title for the third consecutive time and First Lady Esther Lungu called on Zambians to maintain peace ahead of the August 11 general elections. The Mazabuka-based firm first stamped their authority in the annual tournament in 2014 and triumphed the following year. Zambia