CECILIA ZULU, Lusaka NATIONAL 15s rugby team coach Mwamba Chishimba is confident of qualifying for the Africa Cup Group 1A. And players Ephraim Musukwa and Lenard Malipenga are undergoing treatment following the injuries sustained during the friendly match against the Midlands Select side on Saturday. Chishimba said in an interview in Lusaka yesterday that the
Dear Editor, I was surprised 4 days ago, I wanted to hear the vision of our president, so that we could make a meaningful choice. This was very important to me, because hunger or poverty applies to everyone, at the end of the day; whether one supports the ruling party or opposition. Whatever the incumbent
Badoko Basketball Coach John Ndhlovu, says he will continue to motivate his players to be scoring more baskets when in competition. Ndhlovu who bragged about his players beating Wild Dogs Basketball Team 14-2 and Hurricanes 3-2 during the Teulings Basketball league at the weekend said the weekend games were interesting and yielded good results for
BUTTYSON KANDIMBA, Kasempa MINISTER of Chiefs and Traditional Affairs Joseph Katema says development projects being implemented in Kasempa, North-Western Province, gives the people in the region confidence that the Patriotic Front (PF) government is serious about developing Zambia. Dr Katema said Government is aware of the challenges Zambia is facing and is resolved to address
Dear editor, I HAVE said many times that Zambia cannot be ruled by a dictator because we have an elective parliament that makes laws that govern us and formulate quasi-Government bodies to implement various statutory obligations. The same goes to President Lungu; let us not force him to be a dictator because he is not.
SYLVESTER CHISHIMBA, Lusaka PROFESSIONAL golfer Cosmas Mufwaya is happy to have made the cut at the just- ended Konkola Copper Mines (KCM) Zambia Open Golf Championship held in Chingola. Mufwaya, who finished in 67th position, pocketed R4,800. He said in an interview in Lusaka yesterday that the competition was tough but exciting because he managed
MAYENGO NYIRENDA, Sinda GOVERNMENT is happy that the construction of 15 kilometres of township roads in Sinda district of Eastern Province at cost of K123 million, which had stalled for some time, has resumed. Build Trust has resumed works on the project after being inactive for some months. The project started in 2014, and according