Police warn, caution candidate

NANCY SIAME, Lusaka POLICE in Lusaka have recorded a warn-and-caution statement from Kabwata independent parliamentary candidate Clement Tembo for allegedly firing gunshots in public. Police assistant public relations officer Esther Katongo said Mr Tembo appeared at Kabwata Police Station yesterday where the statement was recorded from him. Ms Katongo said in an interview yesterday that

Spread PF gospel, Lungu urges members

CHIMWEMWE MWALE, Lusaka PRESIDENT Lungu has encouraged all party functionaries to read and disseminate the revised Patriotic Front (PF) manifesto for 2016-2021 as widely as possible. The President has said that the platform upon which the PF is basing its message for the second term mandate is a continuation of the pro-poor policies which it

Lwandamina, 2 players join squad

DIANA MUTAKAFIMBO, MULWANDA LUPIYA, Lusaka, Ndola COACH George Lwandamina and two players Nathan Sinkala and Kabaso Chongo were last night expected to join the national team in Guinea Bissau ahead of Saturday’s 2017 Gabon Africa Cup of Nations qualifier. Team manager Stanley Kaseko said in an interview from Bissau yesterday that the arrival of Lwandamina

Use your influence objectively, PS tells media

ACKIM MUSONDA, Lusaka MINISTRY of Information and Broadcasting Services permanent secretary Godfrey Malama says the media yields tremendous influence on the outcome of this year’s general elections and has urged practitioners to be objective in their reportage. Speaking during the launch of the media monitoring report by the Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) Zambia

Sydney Siame leads squad for Southern Africa Championship set for Lusaka

CECILIA ZULU, Lusaka THE Zambia Amateur Athletics Association (ZAAA) has selected 28 runners that include sprinter Sydney Siame for next month’s Confederation of African Athletics (CAA) Southern Africa Region Championship in Lusaka. ZAAA development manager Sydney Mushipi announced the names in a statement issued in Lusaka. Mushipi said the team will go into residential camp

Kunda, Nkunika to back PF

KELVIN CHONGO, Lusaka THE Patriotic Front (PF) says the failure by its candidates to file nominations for the Muchinga and Lundazi Central parliamentary seats will not affect the ruling party and its campaigns. PF Lundazi Central parliamentary candidate John Phiri and his Muchinga counterpart Ngosa Simbyakula failed to file nominations on Tuesday. PF deputy spokesperson