Never Mumba has maintained that he is the legally elected president of the MMD. Dr Mumba has reiterated that Felix Mutati who was elected MMD leader at a convention held over the weekend in Kabwe is not recognised by the party because he was allegedly ...
FIVE political parties in Livingstone have denounced political violence and attacks on journalists ahead of the August 11 General Elections. The parties also called for a stop to a habit of ‘importing’ or ferrying party cadres from one part of the country to another as such manoeuvres usually incite political violence. They further recommended that
MWAPE MWENYA, Lusaka ZAMBIA has received recognition for its strides made in fighting maternal and infant mortality rates. A number of positive interventions have been put in place for the fight to be a success. Some of the interventions that are creating a positive approach to this fight include proper road infrastructure, newly built health
Despite the difficult and challenging global economic situation, African countries achieved considerable economic progress in 2015, registering a 3.6% average GDP growth during the year when the best performers in developed countries hardly reached 2%. Africa also accounts for five of the world’s fastest-growing economies with Côte d’Ivoire, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Rwanda and
Police in Lusaka are holding a 30-year-old woman for killing her husband after shooting him five times. The woman identified as Precious Longwe Liteebele aged 30 shoot her husband Mr Akakanda Lubinda Liteebele also aged 30 years in cold blood after a d...
STAFRANCE ZULU, Lusaka EIGHT children who were on the waiting list to be evacuated abroad for cardiac surgery recently met their fortune from philanthropic cardiac surgeons who visited University Teaching Hospital (UTH) from Italy. The team of 10 medical experts were in the country under the auspices of Mission Bambini, an Italian non-governmental organisation (NGO)
CYNTHIA MWALE, Lusaka AFRICAN governments have been urged to invest public funds in women smallholder farmers to help them adapt to climate change. Oxfam, which is an international confederation of 18 organisations working together with partners and local communities in over 90 countries, says governments should also ensure that they assist farmers to sell their