Kasama: HH and GBM ‘bring the house down’

Thousands gathered at Buseko grounds in Kasama this afternoon for the largest ever UPND rally in the region. Presidential candidate Hakainde Hichilema addressed the crowds, along with his running mate in the upcoming election Geoffrey Bwalya Mwama, former Vice-President Guy Scott, UDF President Miles Sampa, former Vice-President Lupando Mwape, former Lusaka Province Minister Mulenga Sata

UTH assures public on oxygen

By SAM PHIRI - THE University Teaching Hospital (UTH) management has assured the public that the hospital has enough oxygen despite the oxygen-plant breaking down more than two months ago. UTH assistant spokesperson Nathalie Mashikolo said patients that required oxygen were not at risk though he complained that the institution is losing more than K

Cop under probe for assaulting wife

By DELPHINE ZULU - POLICE in Lusaka have instituted investigations against a named police officer who assaulted his wife. Police deputy spokesperson, Rae Hamoonga said in a statement yesterday that police had further instituted disciplinary proceedings against the said police officer for battering his wife in a suspected drunken stupor. Mr Hamoonga has since reminded

Firms complain about campaign posters

By CHIDA SAKALA - SOME business houses have complained about campaign posters that are being pasted on their premises. Zambia Revenue Authority (ZRA) acting corporate affairs manager Oliva Nzala, said in an interview that campaign posters stuck on the organisations sign plates were an eyesore. Mr Nzala said though everyone knows there were campaigns going

PF reopens Luba branch

By CHIDA SAKALA - THE Patriotic Front (PF) has reopened its Luba branch in Lusaka’s Woodlands area and emphasised that it will win in the first round of the forth coming general elections. PF aspiring Lusaka Central Member of Parliament (MP) Margaret Mwanakatwe said she was happy that the branch had been re-opened stating that

KK Peace Award well-deserved

IT was the English playwright William Shakespeare who once wrote that some are born great, while some achieve greatness, and others have greatness thrust upon them. All the three attributes apply to the first republican president Dr Kenneth Kaunda who received the first ever noble peace award from pillars of peace Zambia chapel for being