Masuka honours Kaunda

By  JAJAH  COULIBALY - SOUTH Africa’s iconic singer Dorothy  Masuka paid a glowing musical tribute to  first Republican president Kenneth Kaunda during the Pillars of Peace (Zambia) Award gala hosted at Lusaka’s Government complex to honour the founding father. Masuka who is well known in Zambia especially among the older generation described Kaunda as Africa’s

OC to perform in Washington DC

By CHIPEMA SAKAIMBO AFTER finding grounds in the United States, award winning artist Obrien Siame better known as OC Oscillation can now boast of sharing the same stage with celebrated American artist Mario. OC told chez Ntemba Entertainment that July 29, he would be performing at a concert in Washington DC called Peace, Love and

Mbao drops single

By CHIPEMA SAKAIMBO - UNITED States-based Zambian artiste Chanda Mbao has finally released his highly anticipated video for his new single Selfish. A self declared ‘rolling stone’ unveiled the romantically inclined video on his 27th birthday. The video has a touch of professionalism as it was directed by DJ Lo of IKONiK Media records and

Salma releases new video

By CHIPEMA SAKAIMBO - AWARD winning Zambian songbird Salma Sky has released a new video for her hit track, Side chick. Salma featured Klappa Heiz and the video was passionately and carefully shot with love by director extraordinaire Tivo Shikapwashya. Salma Sky is arguably considered one of the hardest working artists in Zambia and with

Political gambling rages onů

AS Lazzo hurried down a slope towards the watering hole, he stumbled on a skirmish. An unsuspecting member of the hood was wearing a colourful t-shirt with the party’s name inscribed on it. Criss-crossing the narrow footpath, a duo approaching the opposite direction confronted their seemingly naive victim. “Who gave you this t-shirt?,” the other

Be professional, scribes told

By CHIDA SAKALA - THE United Party for National Development (UPND) has backed calls by Vice-President Inonge Wina for journalists to work professionally. UPND secretary general Stephen Katuka said journalists were partners in development and must work professionally. “Journalists must work professionally. It is for this reason that we do not want to see our
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