VICE-PRESIDENT Inonge Wina says the Government is aware that some people in the opposition are misrepresenting the contents of the Bill of Rights by insinuating that it promotes homosexuality. Ms Wina, who was speaking when she held two separate rallies in Nkeyema and Kaoma districts, said that voting for the referendum would result in the
FORUM for Democracy and Development (FDD) president Edith Nawakwi has condemned the Electoral Commission of Zambia (ECZ) for failure to take punitive action against some United Party for National Development (UPND) cadres that allegedly attacked the FDD parliamentary candidate in Namwala, Charity Kabongomana. Three weeks ago, UPND parliamentary candidate in Namwala, Moono Lubezhi and other
GODLY COUNSEL with PASTOR PHILLIP KATAI Dear Pastor, I am a married woman but I feel unhappy. I am very educated and more qualified than my husband. Doesn’t happiness come when you’ve achieved your goals? ANS: Sister thanks for your text. Collectively, you should work at goals and not happiness. Be honest with one another.
SPIDER’S WE with CHEELA CHILALA AS I continue with the series of articles on the role of parents in mentoring children, I would like to share some thoughts by means of four P’s: Purpose, Potential, Passion, and Preparation. This week we shall only deal with Purpose and Potential. Purpose: It is critical for a parent
YOUR FAMILY MATTERS with PASTOR CHANDA MWELWA and Mwenya are twins and they have recently started attending our church. Their mother is dead. Their father is alive but because they were born from his girlfriend when he was already married he finds it difficult to support them. I found out that initially the father of
DIANA MUTAKAFIMBO, Lusaka THE Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) disciplinary committee has slapped two-month suspensions on five officials for attacking the Andrew Kamanga-led executive committee in the media. And Super Division Lumwana Radiants have been awarded three points and a 3-0 victory over Napsa Stars for the abandoned Week 17 match. Napsa have been fined
TEDDY KUYELA, Kafue AFTER every five years we go to the polls to elect our representatives for Parliament. These representatives are our members of Parliament (MPs). Parliament is where laws are made and can be changed. Our MPs are the people we choose by our vote to represent us in Parliament. Sometimes the MP we