Dear editor, WITH your permission, I would like to comment on Wisdom Muyunda’s letter, and I agree with his call for political debates in it. Honestly, editor, organising a platform where candidates are asked questions on how they intend to address issues in our country, would be a great idea. As Wisdom rightly put it,
Dear editor, I WRITE to implore those vying for leadership in Chikola ward in Chingola to take a challenge and seriously and expressly consider erecting a taxi rank shelter at the community station in Chikola. Rains have but just gone yet the glimmering sun is closing up and both commuters and drivers will surely need
Dear editor, I WRITE to find out whether Ward Development Committees, which are an act of Parliament, are working for the intended purposes or are just in existence on paper. I and many other residents have wondered what has become of these well-intended committees, which are neither here nor there. Residents want timely indulgence with
DIANA MUTAKAFIMBO, Sam Nujoma Stadium, Windhoek ZAMBIA 0 (2) SWAZILAND 0 (4) ZAMBIA were yesterday ignominiously dumped out of the Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (COSAFA) Senior Challenge Cup by virtual rank outsiders Swaziland in what is a new low in national team performance. The quarter-final elimination follows fast on the heels of failure
STATISTICS of road traffic accidents, especially on our highways, have raised a lot of concern among the public. In the last two weeks, about 10 lives have been claimed by two accidents and several people seriously injured. The first accident happened between Kabwe and Kapiri in which our staffer Munide Zulu and four others died.
HENRY SINYANGWE, Kasama RAINBOW Party Kasama Central parliamentary candidate Pascal Chileshe has commended President Lungu and his administration for delivering infrastructure development to all parts of Zambia. Mr Chileshe said it is important for political parties to appreciate President Lungu’s good works aimed at developing the country. He said the Patriotic Front (PF) government has
CHIMWEMWE MWALE, Lusaka UNITED Party for National Development (UPND) president Hakainde Hichilema has called for an end to the spate of political violence which the country has witnessed between political party rivals. Mr Hichilema said everyone must remember that they are God’s children and must love one another regardless of tribe, gender and political affiliation,