Dear editor, YESTERDAY, the world convened in Durban South Africa at the 21st International AIDS Conference – AIDS 2016, to ponder on the issue that has taken the world by storm for many years without the solution to it. The major question, according to the researchers’, is how Durban as the host city has continued
NKOLE MULAMBIA, Ndola GOVERNMENT has spent K12 million on the construction of Masaiti District Hospital, which is almost completed and is awaiting commissioning, district commissioner Nebat Matatiyo has said. Mr Matatiyo said in an interview the hospital is ready for commissioning. “The first and second phases have been done; we are just remaining with phase
CHARLES CHISALA, Lusaka THE bullies of the airwaves who have perfected the art of humiliating guests who do not support their preferred political party during live phone-in programmes on the privately-owned Radio Phoenix met their match last Friday. The hero of Friday’s live programme was Minister of Agriculture Given Lubinda, who check-mated the railing cadres
CHAKA SIMBEYE, Lusaka THE Lusaka Weekend Championship League has been launched. Chairperson Eugene Mataka said in an interview in Lusaka yesterday that the league has attracted ten teams. Mataka said plans are in the pipeline to increase to 22 teams by...
DARLINGTON MWENDABAI, Lumezi GOVERNMENT has installed about 13 solar mini milling plants in Lumezi Constituency, Patriotic Front (PF) candidate Isaac Banda has said. Mr Banda said the PF government has continued developing the country and that Lumezi Constituency has also received a share of the national cake. He said this during a meeting at Kapongolo
JIMMY CHIBUYE, Choma PATRIOTIC Front (PF) Sinazongwe parliamentary candidate Richwell Siamunene says President Lungu will win the August 11 presidential election with ease because of the unprecedented development projects the government has been implementing. Mr Siamunene, who is Minister of Defence, said the development projects the PF administration has been implementing have given Mr Lungu
CECILIA ZULU, CHAKA SIMBEYE, Lusaka EXODUS Boxing Academy has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Leo Mann Marketing Company in a quest to develop the sport at amateur level. Leo Mann director Joe Kawimbe said at a briefing in Lusaka yesterday that the MoU is for three years. Kawimbe said the company’s interest is