MATHEWS KABAMBA, Trade Fair Ground, Ndola FOREST 1 ZANACO 0 FOREST Rangers yesterday defied odds to hand Zanaco the first loss of the season. The hero of the day in this Super Division Week 14 encounter was Kobe Chipeta who tapped in a cross from Felix Nyaende in added time. Zanaco had chances to win
CHALI MULENGA, Livingstone INDEPENDENT Livingstone parliamentary candidate Joram Mwinde has urged residents to vote for him because of his track record of delivering development to the city. Mr Mwinde said he has contributed a lot through his visionary leadership which he provided during his tenure as mayor and Simonga ward councillor. He was speaking during
BENEDICT TEMBO, Ezulwini, Swaziland SOUTHERN African Development Community (SADC) members of Parliament have adopted a Model Law on Eradicating Child Marriage and Protecting Children Already in Marriage. The model law was adopted on Friday during the ongoing 39th Plenary Assembly Session of the SADC Parliamentary Forum sitting in Ezulwini, Swaziland, where Zambia is represented by
TRYNESS TEMBO, Lusaka AFRICAN governments need to exempt the information communication technology (ICT) industry from taxes at the point of investment if benefits from the sector are to be realised, Nigeria chairperson for Affordable Internet Johnson Omobola has said. Mr Omobola said currently, the development of the ICT sector is being hampered by the taxes
THE Ministry of Home Affairs will today hold a meeting with the Evangelical Fellowship of Zambia (EFZ) and the Council of Churches in Zambia (CCZ) to get further details on allegations of criminality and sexual abuse by a self-styled Nigerian prophet Andrew Anointed. Ministry of Home Affairs public relations officer Moses Suwali said following concerns
COLLINS PHIRI, Choma PRESIDENT Lungu has called on the Catholic Church to continue praying for peace and love ahead of the August 11 general elections. The President said in a speech read for him by State House permanent secretary Emmanuel Chilubanama on Saturday that only peace and love will unite the country. “We ought to
HONE SIAME, Kitwe LUSAKA businessman Austin Chewe says Zambia is blessed to have a champion of peace and God-fearing leader in President Lungu. Captain Chewe said in an interview in Kitwe yesterday that all patriotic Zambians have every reason to thank God for guiding the late President Sata to pick President Lungu as his successor.