MATHEWS KABAMBA, Kitwe NKANA coach Aggrey Chiyangi is focused on winning the Super Division title. Chiyangi said in an interview in Kitwe yesterday that the executive committee’s decision to back him to remain in charge despite the team’s poor run has motivated him to find a winning formula. Nkana are third on the log with
STEVEN MVULA, Lusaka FORMER Access Financial Services director Faustin Kabwe has denied ever meeting acting Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Lillian Shawa Siyunyi as reported in yesterday’s edition of The Post. Mr Kabwe said in a statement in Lusaka yesterday that he does not even know Ms Siyunyi. “The first time I ever saw her
CHIMWEMWE MWALE, Lusaka PRESIDENT Lungu is today expected to start a tour of Northern Province on a tight scheduled working visit. The President is expected to start his tour of duty from Mbala where he will be on a campaign trail. He is also expected to inspect some developmental projects in the districts. This is
LINDA NYONDO, Lusaka FIRST Lady Esther Lungu has urged women to pursue careers in civil aviation because it is a viable industry. And Mrs Lungu has congratulated Zambia’s youngest pilot, 19-year-old Besa Mumba, whom she also gave a token of appreciation for her achievement. Speaking in Lusaka yesterday at the launch of Women in Aviation
BOOK REVIEW THE author wastes no time in saying the campaign against corruption remains the lasting legacy of Levy Mwanawasa, who served as the country’s third President from 2001 to 2008. “His resignation from government in 1994 [as Vice-President] was premised as much on his abhorrence for corruption as on his frustrations with being sidelined
LINDA NYONDO, Lusaka VICE-PRESIDENT Inonge Wina has called on stakeholders to invest in girls to break the international cycle of poverty, violence, social exclusion and discrimination. And Mrs Wina says Government will endeavour to address the status of girls and women in the Seventh National Development Plan (7NDP) with a view to addressing fundamental development.
EDUCATIONAL JOURNEY with EPHAT MUDENDA SCHOOLCHILDREN ought to know that illnesses like diarrhoea are as a result of poor hygiene practices, such as not washing one’s hands with soap after visiting the toilet. Schools are expected to put in place measures aimed at ensuring that every child is protected against diseases that may result from