Kitwe Mayor Christopher Kang’ombe has been elected President of the Local Government Association of Zambia. Mr. Kang’ombe got 56 votes beating his close contender Theresa Maipambe who is Chilanga of district council chairman who got 42. Mr. Kango’mbe was declared winner by presiding officer Monde Mukamba Mumba at about 13:30 hours. This was at the
Mufulira Wanderers captain Taonga Bwembya believes his FAZ Super Division side will survive relegation. Relegation-threatened Wanderers are fourth from the bottom of the table with 28 points from 28 matches played. In an interview in Mufulira, Bwembya said Wanderers players will strive to ensure that the legendary club maintains its status in the top flight
Former United Party for National Development- UPND Vice President for Politics, Dr Canisius Banda has distanced himself from the headline carried in today’s, [Tuesday, October 4th,2016] edition of the Daily Nation Newspaper. In response to the alarming headlind , Dr Banda who was until few days ago the UPND Vice President , refuted the story.
Former United Party for National Development (UPND) deputy spokerson, Edwin Lifwekelo has joined the ongoing debate about whether President Edgar Lungu qualifies to seek another term of office in 2021. Lifwekelo, the ruling Patriotic Front first Secretary General before he defected to former ruling MMD and later UPND says he understands that with the new
Newly elected Patriotic Front Mukuba ward councilor in Kitwe’s Nkana constituency has died. Barely 8 weeks after being elected as councillor, Clement Kangwa has died. Kangwa is said to have suffered a stroke soon after he was declared winner and since been hospitalised. Meanwhile the runner up in the election is expected to take up
By Kellys Kaunda For me, the biggest story of the post 2016 elections is the economic recovery program. Every time I pick a newspaper, I listen to news bulletins or watch news and other television programs; I am and will be looking for stories that speak to this theme. How the media reports this theme
Movement for Economic Freedom (MEF) President Mainda Simata said the failure by the Patriotic Front (PF) Government to pay civil servants salaries on time is tantamount to abrogation of human rights, reports Pan African Radio Journalist Hermit Hachilonde. In a walk in interview today, Simata said it is a criminal offense for any employer in