By NDINAWE SIMPELWE - CHIPOLOPOLO assistant coach Aggrey Chiyangi says there is still a lot of work to be done for the team to win the COSAFA Castle Cup that gets underway in Namibia today. Speaking after yesterday morning’s training session at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium, Chiyangi said despite some improvements from the players, the team
I WAS watching a BBC documentary when suddenly the presenter interrupted the programme to announce breaking news – the passing of the icon Muhammad Ali. Unbelieving, I tuned to CNN and then Aljazeera to check whether I was not in dreamland. All three outlets confirmed what I did not want to hear. He had died.
Cabinet approves over 9,000 new staff positions in the Ministry of Health. Ministry of Health Permanent Secretary Peter Mwaba said the development will help in responding to the staff challenges the health sector has been facing in the recent past. Dr. Mwaba said government is determined to ensuring that staff in
Zanaco host Nkwazi on Saturday at Sunset Stadium in Lusaka hoping to redeem themselves infront of their home fans after last weekends away loss at Forest Rangers. That 1-0 away defeat at in-form Forest in Ndola was Zanaco’s first of the season and the 2015 runners-up were hitherto that loss the only unbeaten side remaining
First it was the Patriotic Front (PF) women who expressed disappointment when the United Party for National Development (UPND) leader Hakainde Hichilema chose Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba, popularly known as GBM, as his running mate. Now it is the PF deputy spokesperson Frank Bwalya who has also raised the same concerns, citing the same reason as
Mighty Mufulira Wanderers were held 0-0 at home on Friday by a plucky Napsa Stars at Shinde Stadium in Mufulira. The result saw Napsa remain unbeaten under new coach Tennant Chilumba for a third succesive match although he has yet to pick up a win with the second from bottom club. Napsa left with a
By REBECCA MUSHOTA and CHILA NAMAIKO - AN independent candidate in this year’s election has said that many candidates vying for Parliamentary seats as independents are backing President Edgar Lungu because he is the best presidential candidate. Evans Ngoma, who is an independent candidate in Lundazi Constituency, said that he and many other independent candidates