Show society hailed over Olomide’s ban

BRIAN MALAMA, Lusaka VICE-PRESIDENT Inonge Wina yesterday commended the Zambia Agricultural and Commercial Show Society for cancelling Democratic Republic of Congo Rhumba maestro Koffi Olomide’s concert for assaulting his female dancer a fortnight ago. Mrs Wina also denounced violence and intolerance against one another among Zambians saying the culture is strange to the country. In

Zambia Army, Leo Mann sign MoU

CECILIA ZULU, Lusaka THE Zambia Army and Leo Mann Marketing have signed a three-year memorandum of understanding (MoU) aimed at improving the standard of youth sport. Speaking at a signing ceremony in Lusaka yesterday, Zambia Army deputy commander Major General Topply Lubaya appealed to other companies to emulate Leo Mann and contribute to the growth

High exhibitor turnout sign of confidence – Lubinda

KABANDA CHULU, Lusaka MINISTER of Agriculture Given Lubinda says the large number of international exhibitors at the 90th Zambia Agricultural and Commercial Show is a sign of the confidence that foreign investors have in President Lungu’s administration. This is despite negative sentiments from opposition political parties ahead of next month’s general elections. Speaking at the

‘Leaders need intergrity’

CHOMBA MUSIKA, Lusaka UNITED States law professor Muna Ndulo has urged Zambians to vote for leaders with integrity and good policies aimed at improving the economy in the August 11 general elections. Professor Ndulo, who is director of the Institute for African Development at Cornell University in the US, said leaders with integrity play in

Zanaco, ‘Brave’ Rangers face off

VICTOR KUMWENDA, Lusaka LEADERS Zanaco today face a tough battle when they battle it out against Nchanga Rangers in a Super Division Week 20 match at Sunset Stadium in Lusaka. Zanaco have 46 points, 11 better than second-placed Nkana. Zesco United, who yesterday returned from Abidjan, where they held Ivorian side Asec Mimosas 1-1 in

DPP allows ex-PS prosecution

CAROLINE KALOMBE, Lusaka ACTING Director of Public Prosecutions Lilian Siyunyi has authorised the prosecution of former Ministry of Energy and Water Development permanent secretary Charity Mwansa and former director Charles Mulenga on two counts of theft and abuse of authority of office. Mwansa and Mulenga are alleged to have procured 24,626 litres of petrol and

Diggers, KPF renew rivalry

MULWANDA LUPIYA, Ndola ‘MEN at Work’ Diggers and Kitwe Playing Field will today renew their rivalry when they battle it out in a National Rugby League Week 14 match at Nkana West Rugby Field. In Lusaka, Nkwazi host relegation-threatened Chibuluma. DIGGERS v KPF This is arguably the biggest fixture today.READ MORE