Maamba Collieries says it can generate 600MW if tarrifs are increased

MAAMBA Collieries Limited is ready to double its thermal-generated power at the newly-commissioned plant to 600 megawatts (MW) once tariffs are increased to reflect actual cost of producing electricity. Currently, the Maamba coal-fired power plant has an installed capacity of 300MW but only 150MW was commissioned last week and connected to the national grid through

Today’s Message: Prolong Your Life

Today’s Scripture “Do not forget my teaching, but keep my commands in your heart, for they will prolong your life many years and bring you peace and prosperity.” (Proverbs 3:1–2, NIV) Prolong Your Life So many people today are looking for ways to prolong their lives and renew their youth, but God already has a


ALEX NJOVU, Lusaka IN A dramatic turn of events, striker Nicholas Mulilo has expressed shock that he passed the Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) test despite being over-age. Under-17 national team players underwent magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), test prior to the Council of Southern Africa Football Association (COSAFA) Championship in Mauritius. Mulilo and defender Benjamin Phiri

We are all one tribe

YOUR FAMILY MATTERS with PASTOR CHANDA TUESDAY, August 16, 2016: Today can be called Black Tuesday in Zambia. The amount of tribal vitriol that I have heard today makes me sick. Suddenly we are forgetting that we are “One Zambia, One Nation”. We want to get rid of some tribes in order to be truly

Gerald Clark to play The Web

KELVIN KACHINGWE, Lusaka SOUTH African singer and songwriter Gerald Clark, who is recognised for his extra-ordinary ability to tell a story with his music, is next month expected to perform at The Web on Kafue Road in Lusaka. Clark is one of South Africa’s top musicians, and The Web is excited to have him perform.

‘Engineering is my dream’

Young & Ambitious with MIKE MUGALA, Nchelenge Inspired by his late father, Richard Tembo a grade 12 pupil at Tasha field school in Nchelenge dreams big and is determined to become a civil engineer once he completes his secondary education.   The fourth born in a family of five, Richard says civil engineering has been