President Edgar Lungu should address the political violence among political opponents, says CCZ

COUNCIL of Churches in Zambia (CCZ) president Bishop Dr Alfred Kalembo says President Edgar Lungu should exercise his authority as Head of State to address the political violence urgently with seriousness and impartiality to bring the lawlessness to an end before the country becomes ungovernable ahead of the general elections. Bishop Dr Alfred Kalembo in

Lungu dates Chongwe

President Edgar Lungu is tomorrow expected in Chongwe district on a working visit. The President will have meetings with the official at district administration and the local authority. President Lungu will also follow-up progress on the implementation of the government financed farmer input support program and the on-going infrastructure projects. The President will also call

Proflight backs high performance Olympic hopefuls on the road to Rio

ZAMBIA’S leading scheduled airline, Proflight, has signed a partnership agreement with the Zambia Amateur Athletics Association (ZAAA) that will set the nation’s top athletes on course for Olympic qualification. The airline has agreed to sponsor 20 return tickets from Lusaka to Durban to enable athletes and officials to participate in the 20th Africa Senior Championship

MMD may have saved Zambia from hunger

For more than 6 years in a row Zambia has been experiencing bumper harvests in it’s maize crop.The forces driving this increase remain widely debated. One thing that stands out for sure is that Zambia rejected GMO maize despite international pressure. Other southern African countries that embraced GMO maize have been seeing a decline in