ZSU vice to contest for presidency

By RONALD CHAWE - ZAMBIA Swimming Union (ZSU) vice-president Guy Phiri says he will contest the position of presidency during this weekend’s elective Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Chisamba. Phiri said he wants to stand for the top position so that he continues with the union’s developmental programmes at grassroots level. “I can confirm that

Lungu reaffirms … I’ll continue implementing infrastructure development

By STEVEN ZANDE - PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu has reaffirmed Government’s resolve to continue implementing infrastructure development projects which are crucial in the country’s quest to attain sustainable national development. President Lungu said he would ensure that infrastructure development programmes were successfully implemented to allow Zambia’s social and economic transformation. The President said the Government had

Madison dominates LuSE turnover

TRYNESS TEMBO, Lusaka THE Lusaka Stock Exchange (LuSE) last week registered a significant turnover, largely contributed by Madison Finance Services (MFS). The LuSE witnessed significant increase in turnover of over K3 million, largely contributed by trade in MFS shares, which accounted for almost K2.4 million. This is in comparison to the previous week of a

Post Newspapers ‘special’ edition sold out as Amnesty International condemns its closure

The controversial Wednesday edition of the Post Newspapers was sold out within hours of hitting the streets. The newspapers firm managed to get a special edition out after Zambia Revenue Authority seized its assets and equipment virtually grinding its operations to a halt following a tax row. The limited special edition which was printed from

Prof Fackson Banda condemns Post closure, appeals to President Lungu to intervene

Internationally respected media scholar Professor Fackson Banda has appealed to President Edgar Lungu to personally intervene in the Post Newspapers tax row which has resulted in the Zambia Revenue Authority shutting down the publication. Professor Banda said President Lungu should personally intervene in the matter, not only because of his legal background which included supporting