‘Insults not measure of good leader’

MWILA NTAMBI, TEDDY KUYELA, Kitwe, Chongwe GREEN Party president Peter Sinkamba has advised Zambians not to be swayed by politics of mudslinging, but focus on assessing what each political party has to offer towards the country’s development agenda. In an interview in Kitwe yesterday, Mr Sinkamba said it is disturbing that some politicians are focusing

Chilombo selects 31 for assessment

MULWANDA LUPIYA, Ndola UNDER-20 national team coach Hector Chilombo has selected 31 players for assessment ahead of the 2017 Africa Youth Championship which Zambia will host. Chilombo said in an interview in Lusaka yesterday that the players summoned must report for residential camp on June 26 for a week long assessment. “The players called will

I want to defend the needy

MATHEWS KABAMBA, Kitwe HER parents say she lives her life in three D, which stands for determined, dedicated and disciplined. These are virtues that Mupaka Mpundu carries in her aspiration to be a lawyer. Mupaka says her desire to be a lawyer is inspired by her love for public speaking, debating and advocating for those

HH headed for another loss – Chisopa

CHAMBO NG’UNI, Mkushi CENTRAL Province Minister Davies Chisopa says losses that United Party for National Development (UPND) president Hakainde Hichilema has suffered in past elections is an indication that people of Zambia do not have confidence in him. Mr Chisopa said Mr Hichilema will once again suffer defeat against President Lungu in the August 11