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

Letís vote objectively

Dear editor, ALLOW me to share my insight about the much talked about “Voting wisely”. In my view, this literally means being objective in the analysis about who merits my vote. This therefore means that I may not personally like a person because I have not interacted with him/her socially but I may like what

Kabimba owns up to his mistakes

CAROLINE KALOMBE, Lusaka RAINBOW Party president Wynter Kabimba says he made mistakes when he was secretary-general of the Patriotic Front (PF) and as Minister of Justice because he is human and bound to make them. And Mr Kabimba says he is not certain whether the seizure of The Post Newspaper assets by the Zambia Revenue

Employment lures Bwalya to Green Eagles

MULWANDA LUPIYA, CHAKA SIMBEYE, Ndola, Lusaka MIDFIELDER Claude Bwalya has ditched Kabwe Warriors for another Super Division side Green Eagles. Bwalya joined Warriors at the start of the season from Nkana. Warriors chairman Hayden Dingwall confirmed the departure of Bwalya in an interview yesterday. “We have lost one player, Claude Bwalya, who has joined Green

August 11, what are the expectations?

Analysis: KELVIN ESIASA AS AUGUST 11, is getting closer, the election campaigns in Zambia are now rooted as many of the political parties have almost reached all areas in Zambia. At least all the parties are driving there political ambitions aggressively. There are several expectations that we the electorates would like to see in August

DA praises Lungu for solar milling plants

HONE SIAME, Kitwe DEMOCRATIC Assembly (DA) president Maxwell Mwamba says President Lungu’s decision to establish solar-powered milling plants countrywide is the best strategy of reducing the price of mealie-meal. Mr Mwamba said in an interview in Luanshya on Thursday the use of solar energy will automatically remove electricity costs on mealie meal production. He said