DIANA MUTAKAFIMBO, Lusaka NKWAZI coach Elijah Chikwanda has described the 4-1 win over Kabwe Warriors as a great send-off to the national team. Chikwanda, who has been drafted to the Chipolopolo technical bench as an assistant coach alongside Nkana’s Aggrey Chiyangi, commended midfielder Justin Shonga for scoring four goals. Shonga netted once in the first
BENEDICT TEMBO THE African Development Bank (AfDB) Group’s role in “Lighting up and Powering Africa” will take centre stage as it puts energy on the front row of Africa’s development agenda during the Bank’s 2016 annual meetings starting in Lusaka today. The Bank will also present its 2015 annual report. The theme “Energy and Climate
KALONDE NYATI, Lusaka SECRETARY to the Treasury Fredson Yamba has called for concerted efforts by all stakeholders to find innovative solutions for the energy deficit and effects of climate change that the region is facing. Mr Yamba said Government is optimistic that the African Development Bank (AfDB) annual general meetings that start today will help
TRYNESS TEMBO, Lusaka THE Financial Sector Deepening Zambia (FSDZ) has launched the Zambian Financial Diaries, a study of how low-income households manage their money, deal with emergencies and accumulate assets. Last year, FSDZ contracted Microfinance Opportunities to carry out the intensive research which involved enumerators visiting the same 352 households every week to record the
LAST Saturday marked the official launch of the political campaigns by the country’s two biggest political parties – the ruling Patriotic Front (PF) and the opposition United Party for National Development (UPND). The PF held their mammoth rally in Lusaka at the National Heroes Stadium while the UPND staged theirs at Freedom Park in Kitwe.
KALONDE NYATI, Lusaka KABWE town is set for economic revival following an ambitious programme by the private sector in conjunction with the local authority which will result in the establishment of mixed industries and retail facilities. The project will gobble about US$3 billion and will create thousands of jobs. Kabwe Municipal Council town clerk Ronald
CHRISTINE CHIHAME, Kitwe CONSTRUCTION of Chati Boarding Secondary School in Kalulushi at a cost of K44 million is expected to be completed in October this year, district commissioner Kenny Siachisumo has said. Mr Siachisumo said in an interview yesterday that 80 percent works have been completed on the project while the construction of 22 houses