Bikinis kill beach volleyball in Zambia

By GRACE CHAILE LESOETSA  WOMEN beach volleyball in Zambia is receiving resistance because some parents are not happy with their daughters wearing bikinis, Teulings Youth challenge beach volleyball coordinator Isaac Tembo has revealed. In an interview in Lusaka yesterday, Tembo said the number of girls participating in the Teulings Youth Challenge beach

RTSA explains e-transport information systems

By CHIKUMBI KATEBE     THE introduction of the Electronic Zambia Transport Information Systems is aimed at broadening RTSA service centres for easy access, says RTSA public relations manager Frederick Mubanga. Mr Mubanga said the RTSA had completed its roll out of the new Electronic Zambia Transport Information System to the outsourced partners

First Lady donates

By ROGERS KALERO  FIRST LADY Esther Lungu says she will not hesitate to support noble causes regardless of their political, tribal and religious affiliations because she is the mother of the nation. Speaking yesterday at Nchanga Golf Club when she donated K50,000 to the PF Chingola district women during a fund raising

Students slam greedy Churches

  By AARON CHIYANZO  THE church today has developed a big appetite for money so that they are ready to twist the truth for their own benefit and to the degradation of others, Zambia National Students Union (ZANASU) president Joseph Busenga has observed. And Mr Busenga said that clergymen had become politicians in

SA investors head for Zambia

By CHIKUMBI KATEBE  PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu’s international visits are bearing fruit with representatives of the South African business sector being the latest team coming to Zambia to deepen bilateral trade and investments relations, says the Zambian Mission in South Africa. First secretary press and public relations, Naomi Nyawali disclosed that High Commissioner

44 Zambian  oil tankers  marooned  in Dar

By CHIKUMBI KATEBE  FOURTY-FOUR fuel tankers from Zambia are marooned in Tanzania because they are not installed with the Global Positioning System, says Zambia’s High Commissioner to that country, Benson Chali. Mr Chali told ZNBC that most Zambian fuel transporters have not installed GPS on their vehicles, but that the Tanzanian government

More roast biased LAZ

By SIMON MUNTEMBA THE Linda Kasonde-led Law Association of Zambia (LAZ) has continued to come under fire with an opposition political party leader blasting its current leadership and described it as unprofessional. New Congress Party (NCP) leader, Peter Chanda charged that LAZ under its current leadership lacked professionalism and had failed

Terrorists nearly blew up oxygen plant at UTH- Chanda

  By CHIKUMBI KATEBE PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu is very happy with the progress so far made by the security wings in enforcing Article 31 which has prevented among other things, the blowing up of the oxygen plant at UTH by terrorists. Special assistant to the President for press and public relations, Amos Chanda

Chief Liteta faces revolt

By MUKOSELA KASALWE A SUCCESSION wrangle has rocked Chief Liteta’s chiefdom of the Lenje-speaking people in Central Province. Some family members are reported to have risen against Mr Charles Mulando the current Chief Liteta and want him to be dethroned for allegedly failing to provide effective leadership. In a telephone interview yesterday, Chief

Mufulira mayor promises accountability

By ROGERS KALERO MUFULIRA Municipal Council (MMC) will be open to be audited regarding the use of the funds under the Zambia Mining Environmental and Remediation Improvement Project (ZMERIP) to avoid speculations from he public on how the funds were being used,' Mufulira Mayor Gift Mushinge has said. Mr Mushinge said the