ELIZABETH CHATUVELA, Mongu POLICE in Mongu have arrested a woman after she was allegedly found with five voters’ cards belonging to different people. Memory Namangolwa was arrested yesterday during the verification exercise for political party supporters yesterday. Western Province Commissioner of Police Charles Lungu said in an interview that Ms Namangolwa, who is from Limulunga
ACKIM MUSONDA, Lusaka HUNDREDS of marketeers in Lusaka yesterday held a solidarity march for President Lungu to thank him and his administration for constructing and tarring access roads to Soweto market. And Lusaka district commissioner Davison Mulenga says President Lungu is impressed with market traders country wide for forming an association to improve their trading
VICTOR KUMWENDA, Lusaka ZANACO will today seek to end their three -match winless streak when they host Red Arrows in a Super Division Week 13 match. Second-placed Zanaco have 22 points at par with champions Zesco United. Leaders Nkana have 26 points. Nkana take to the pitch tomorrow when they host Lumwana Radiants. The match
MULENGA MUSEPA, Chipata THE University of Zambia (UNZA), celebrates its golden jubilee this month end. The first university in the country enrolled its first cohort of students in 1966. March 17, 1966 made a huge change in the educational landscape of the country, the “national dream” of having a University of its own was realised.
DOREEN NAWA, Lusaka COMEDIANS Bob Nkosha (Dorika), Collins ‘The president’ Zulu and Dereck Chalo Kondowe (Dangerous Joburg) are teaming again today for a show dubbed ‘Party of Jokes’ at Luanshya’s Rados Little Theatre. The trio are geared to show off their comedic chemistry to Rados which has not had such a show in a decade.
CHAMBO NG’UNI, Kabwe FREEDOM fighters in Kabwe have commended President Lungu for promoting development, peace and national unity in the country. Kabwe district Freedom and Democracy Fighters Association chairman Nathan Mulenga said in an interview on Wednesday that President Lungu has managed to move the country forward since he took over from late President Michael
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