Daka hails Power coach Dan Kabwe

MATHEWS KABAMBA, Kitwe POWER Dynamos striker Patson Daka has hailed coach Dan Kabwe for showing confidence in him. Daka has scored six goals in eight appearances since Kabwe took charge of the Kitwe giants. The under-20 international, who grabbed a brace in a 4-1 bashing of Lusaka Dynamos in a Super Division Week 23 match

Electronic govt procurement: What next?

JOSHUA BANDA ON JULY 8, 2016, Government, through Zambia Public Procurement Authority, launched the Electronic Government Procurement System (e-GP). Gracing the occasion was Vice-President Inonge Wina, on behalf of President Edgar Lungu. The e-GP will enhance electronic procurement of goods and services by public institutions. E-procurement has proved to be effective and efficient world over.

UPND leader treading thin line

Dear editor, I WISH to comment on United Nations country co-ordinator Janet Rogan’s reaction to the referendum’s failure immediately after the Electoral Commission of Zambia (ECZ)’s declaration that holding another referendum on the Bill of Rights would not be easy because it would be very costly. It is a shame that the much vouched-for referendum

China orders Zambian copper

TRYNESS TEMBO, Lusaka CHINA has ordered to buy about 1,000 tonnes of copper following the agreement which was signed between the two countries, Small Scale Industries Association of Zambia (SSIAZ) has said. Recently, SSIAZ and the China WTO Africa Affairs Trade Promotion Centre (CWTO) signed an agreement to promote trade and investment between the two

Kaunda Square Stage 1 blocked sewers

Dear editor, I WISH to express my discontent with the way Lusaka Water and Sewerage Company (LWSC) are carrying out their works. It’s disheartening to note that despite LWSC collecting sewer charges every month, most sewer systems in Kaunda Square Stage One have been blocked for almost two months now, without being attended to. Despite

Referendum failure sad

Dear editor, I WRITE to express my disappointment over the failed referendum. Following the announcement by the Electoral Commission of Zambia that the total votes cast in the referendum election did not meet the required threshold is sad. The failure to meet the 50 percent threshold is attributed to not having enough time to educate