KELVIN MBEWE, Luangwa THE Ministry of Home Affairs has opened a National Registration, Passport and Citizenship office in Luangwa district built at a cost of over K3 million as part of its decentralisation programme. The office will be issuing national registration cards (NRCs), birth, death and marriage certificates to eligible residents. The opening of the
Dear editor, KINDLY allow me to use this platform to urge all Zambians to take time to read the Bill of Rights, which has now been released. Zambians should not wait for anyone to read the Bill but should do so themselves because they are the ones who are going to vote in that referendum.
MULWANDA LUPIYA, Ndola LUMWANA 2 BUFFALOES 0 COACH Bestone Chambeshi yesterday started his reign at Lumwana Radiants on a promising note after the North- Western Province outfit beat Green Buffaloes in a Super Division rescheduled Week 12 match in Solwezi. Midfielder Godfrey Chibanga netted a first half brace to hand Buffaloes the second loss of
KALUNGA MUSONDA, Kabwe HABITAT for Humanity Zambia (HFHZ) has built over 3,000 houses in Lusaka, Central, Copperbelt and Western Province, Minister of Local Government and Housing Stephen Kampyongo has said. Meanwhile, HFHZ in partnership with Samsung Korea project for Pamwesu Orphans and Vulnerable Children in Kabwe, has handed over 33 houses at a cost of
ALEX NJOVU, Lusaka NATIONAL 15s rugby team forward Leonard Malipenga is a doubt ahead of this weekend’s 2017 Africa Cup Group 1B Championship in Madagascar. Coach Mwamba Chishimba said in an interview in Lusaka yesterday that Malipenga sustained an ankle injury during training on Saturday. Chishimba said Malipenga is an important member of the squad.
DARLINGTON MWENDABAI, Chipata CHIPATA residents urged former Chongwe member of Parliament Sylvia Masebo and former MMD national secretary Richard Kachingwe to retire from active politics instead of blaming the Patriotic Front (PF) government for their political failures. Ms Masebo and Major Kachingwe are now members of opposition United Party for National Development (UPND) and are
DIANA MUTAKAFIMBO, Lusaka GOVERNMENT has set August this year as the deadline for the final draft of the National Sport Policy. The Ministry of Youth, Sport and Child Development held a two-day consultative meeting at Olympic Youth Development Centre (OYDC) in Lusaka to review the National Sport Policy with various stakeholders. Director of Sport Bessy