UPND in leadership setback

HONE SIAME, MATHEWS KABAMBA, Kitwe THE United Party for National Development (UPND) on the Copperbelt has suffered a major setback, following the resignation of its Lufwanyama district vice-chairman in charge of administration Fairchild Fundanga, citing poor leadership. And the MMD has suspended its Copperbelt provincial information and publicity secretary, Peter Phiri, for allegedly associating with

PF has brought misery to rural communities – HH

UPND presidential candidate Hakainde Hichilema says there is no doubt that the PF government has brought about untold misery to many rural communities due to their failure to support the agriculture sector. Speaking when he addressed a campaign meeting in Musogoro village of Milanzi constituency in Eastern Province Monday afternoon, Hichilema called on Zambians to

Gomes slice Konkola’s lead

Ndola outfit Gomes Wanderers have cut Konkola Blades’ lead at the top of the FAZ Division One Zone 2 to two points. Gomes thumped Copperbelt Buffaloes 2-0 on Sunday and took advantage of Konkola’s slip at Zesco Solwezi. Ex-Napsa Stars striker Clarence Berrington registered a brace when Gomes beat Copperbelt Buffaloes in a Week 13

2017 Investing in African Mining Indaba reduces registration fees for mining corporates

Investing in African Mining Indaba, the world’s largest mining investment event, today announced registration is open. Reacting to the market conditions and unfavorable currency-conversion rates that have resulted in recent lower attendance, Indaba official shave announced a new historic price reduction for mining and exploration companies. Registration fees are as much as 50% lower than

Political violence in Zambia alarming – Germany Ambassador

German Ambassador to Zambia Bernd Finke has described as alarming the escalated political violence in the Country. Mr. Finke says the political violence being witnessed is actually harming Zambia’s reputation of being a peaceful country. He notes that this is besides being threatening its investment climate and tourism potential. Mr. Finke is calling upon political