Police seek child batterer

CHAMBO NG’UNI, Kabwe A MAN of Serenje district in Central Province has bolted after he allegedly assaulted his four-year-old daughter using a plank leaving her in a critical condition in the district hospital. The suspect identified as Francis Mwape was reported to the police by his wife, Sila Mwape. Central Province deputy commissioner of police

Al Ahly in injury setback

MULWANDA LUPIYA, Ndola EGYPTIAN side Al Ahly striker Malick Evouna will miss Saturday’s CAF Champions League group stage match against Zesco United due to an ankle injury. Gabon forward Evouna joins on the sidelines midfielder Abdallah El- Said who has a dislocated shoulder. Evouna limped off during Monday’s Egyptian Premier League match against Masry. The

Load shedding to reduce further

NANCY SIAME, Lusaka ZAMBIA will experience a further reduction in the hours of load shedding by the end of this month after the expected addition of 150 megawatts to the national grid by Maamba Collieries Limited’s thermal plant, Zesco Limited has said. Zesco spokesperson Henry Kapata said in an interview yesterday that final touches are

22 Chinese investors in

NANCY SIAME, ESTHER MSETEKA, Lusaka A 22-MAN delegation from China is in Zambia for a three-day visit to seek investment opportunities. And Vice-President Inonge Wina says Government has put in place economic policies which are conducive for investors. The Chinese delegation from Jiangxi Federation of Industry of Commerce is being led by its president Lei

Court dismisses GBM’s application

CAROLINE KALOMBE, Lusaka THE Lusaka Magistrate’s Court has thrown out an application to refer to the Constitutional Court a case in which United Party for National Development (UPND) Vice-President Geoffrey Mwamba is charged with proposing violence. Mwamba, 52, was arrested for allegedly proposing violence in connection with a statement he made that he would go

Guard against human traffickers

ALVIN CHIINGA, Lusaka THE High Commission of Zambia in South Africa has warned Zambians, especially women, to guard against seemingly lucrative offers of employment and scholarships because they could end up being victims of human trafficking. High Commission of Zambia in South Africa press secretary Nicky Shabolyo urged Zambians to be wary of exploitation whenever