PF, UPND step up campaigns

TEDDY KUYELA, JACK ZIMBA, Lusaka THE Patriotic Front (PF) and opposition yesterday cranked up their campaigns for the August 11 general elections as they held rallies across the country. The PF had rallies in Lusaka’s Kabwata and Chawama and Kwacha in Kitwe while the United Party for National Development (UPND) also canvassed for votes in

Letís vote wisely

Youthful Living with PASTOR MOYO M WITH nominations behind us, the focus has switched to elections that will be conducted on August 11, 2016. All politicians, who successfully filed nominations at every level of candidature desire to amass enough votes that would result into winning the elections. For sure, politicians have woken up to the

Zanaco shoot to summit

ALEX NJOVU, Sunset Stadium, Lusaka ZANACO 3 NKWAZI 0 ZANACO yesterday shot to the summit of the Super Division for the first time this year after thumping Nkwazi in an exciting Week 15 match played in front of a capacity crowd. The win saw Zanaco dislodge Nkana from the top. The bankers have 28 points

Death and the malcontents of witchcraft

By Leo Igwe The case of Glory Bassey, a 31-year-old woman from Akwa Ibom state in Southern Nigeria demonstrates the destructive effects of witchcraft beliefs in Nigeria and the threat which the continued belief in occult forces poses to the lives and well being of the people if these mystical notions are not challenged, debunked

KK receives Noble Peace Award

By JAJAH COULIBALY - FIRST Republican president Kenneth Kaunda has received the first ever Noble Peace Award from Pillars of Peace Zambia chapel for being a champion and an ambassador of peace throughout his life. Dr Kaunda has been recognised not only for negotiating and acting as a mediator for peace locally but regionally and