PRISONERS WILL BE VOTING IN ZAMBIA: SO, WHAT NEXT?

By INNOCENT SIACHITOBA THE landmark judgement by the Constitutional Court on the prisoners’ right to vote is truly a step in the right direction and this will for the first time in Zambia’s electoral process add voices of the minority groupings. The ruling is welcome and it ought to be embraced

AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT STIRRING FUTSAL GROWTH IN ZAMBIA

By Grace Chaile Lesoetsa WITH so much hunger in Zambia’s athletes to reap medals at international competitions, lack of infrastructure has always been regarded as a major bottleneck to achieving their dreams. Inspiringy, Automotive Equipment limited believes producing a world champion comes with investment in infrastructure and management proficiency at grass root

Why is outsourcing of over 4,000 mine workers happening at KCM?

Professor Mwiine Lubemba (Not Paramount Chief Chitimukulu) I WRITE in response to Copperbelt Trade and Development Forum (CTDF) Executive Director Vincent Lengwe who said that the corporate conduct by some of the major mining companies on the Copperbelt in undermining the national development process was extremely alarming. I guess he had a

ALWAYS OBEY ROAD SIGNS

Mark Kunda YES, road markings cannot be marked on gravel roads. But I often wonder why road signs are not erected on gravel roads. When I saw a road sign improvised by villagers, I concluded that road engineers and contractors should consider putting road signs on gravel roads both in towns

UPHOLDING MORALS

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WE fully support the Minister of Home affairs, Mr Stephen Kampyongo, in his quest to get to the bottom of the truth regarding the sex orgy that took place in Woodlands residential area, Lusaka. Nobody should be spared from culpability, prosecution and indeed responsibility if they played any role in getting

JOURNALIST’S DEATH AFTER CHILDBIRTH LEADS TO PUBLIC OUTCRY

By Annie Zulu THE death of 29-year -old multi-award winning journalist Sithembile Siwawa Zulu, after childbirth has thrown the media fraternity in Zambia into a campaign against maternal deaths. Ms Zulu, died on Sunday morning September 10, 2017 at the Levy Mwanawasa Hospital in Lusaka where she had been recuperating after giving

EXAMINATION SUCCESS

What do Examiners want from you (Grade 9 &12)? EXAMS are around the corner and I thought it would be appropriate to start a series of Exam Success articles. It is not enough only to know how to revise properly but pupils should also know what examiners want from them. Usually

SAFETY FOR THE AGED PEOPLE

AGING is not a curse but a blessing. Yet most aged people are subjected to a harsh life as if they have committed a sin or crime by becoming old. Before you grow old and need help from others, make the life of the aged people safe and pleasant. Bembas have

“A TEMPLE OF GOD”

2nd Corinthian 6:16 WELCOME to today’s topic.  The Bible in 2nd Corinthians6:16, says “And what union can there be between God’s Temple and idols, for we are a temple of a living God; as God said “I will live in them and walk among them, I will be their God and