Good crop harvest forecast as farmers survive stalk borer

By JACK MAPAPAYI PEOPLE in North Western Province should not worry about food insecurity because there will be enough food for them despite the stalk borer that ravaged some parts of the province, says senior marketing and business development officer Dennis Munachusa. Mr Munachusa said the damage by stalk borer was not

Lusaka pastor calls for high morals in society

  `By MARY KACHEPA DECAYED morals have an effect not only on the individuals practicing immorality but on the families, societies and nations, says Divine Assignment Ministries pastor Martin Mwale. Pastor Mwale said that was s0 because when a man began to walk and operated without moral uprightness, it meant that there would

North West coops challenged to become vibrant entities

  By JACK MAPAPAYI THE cooperative movement in North Western Province has been challenged to emulate President Edgar Lungu’s passion to revamp the cooperatives into vibrant entities again. Zambia Cooperative Federation president Michael Chinganya said revamping the cooperative movement into vibrant societies would benefit the movement and the nation through economic development. He was

6Th open letter to the US President Donald Trump

  Mr. President, go back to the basics By Donald Chanda   Mr. President, during the campaigns, some unpleasant words you used against women caught up with you. That, I am sure, must have acted as a lesson to you that whatever one does in life, one day they will have to account

The nuisance of plastic waste dominates litter in Lusaka

  By CHINTU MALAMBO PLASTIC waste has dominated the litter that is generated in Lusaka, says Lusaka City Council (LCC) public relations officer Habeenzu Mulunda. Mr Mulunda said there was no denying that plastic waste was responsible for the flooding in the city when it found its way into the drainage system. He pointed

Arrest attackers of scribes, police ordered

  By Chikumbi Katebe GOVERNMENT regrets the hooliganism and barbarism exhibited towards media personnel and has directed police to immediately move in and arrest perpetrators of the violence against Zambia National Broadcasting Corporation (ZNBC) and Muvi Television news crews attacked in Lusaka’s Chawama compound over the weekend. Information Minister Kampamba Mulenga yesterday said

Civil Society Organisations directory launched

  By MARY KACHEPA A FIRST ever Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) directory has been launched in Zambia by Skillsshare Consultancy Services. Skillsshare managing partner Charles Mushitu said the aim of the directory was to equip organisations with necessary skills to effectively contribute to the positive growth of their businesses by offering participant tailored

Act swiftly on Chishimba, ZRP tells ACC

  By CHARLES MUSONDA THE Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) should act swiftly on United Progressive Party (UPP) leader Saviour Chishimba corruption charges, says New Revolution Party (NRP) president Cozmo Mumba. Dr. Mumba said the ACC took too much time to act on Dr. Chishimba but that this time round it should be quick to

No political regalia, FAZ warns soccer fans

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By Michael Miyoba  THE Football Association of Zambia FAZ has warned soccer fans against the wearing of political regalia at stadiums during the Under-20 AfCON tournament which kicks off tomorrow. In a statement released to Daily Nation Sports, newly appointed FAZ spokesperson Desmond Katongo said the wearing of political regalia will

Zambia ‘ready for any challenge’

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  ZAMBIA national team players say they are not intimidated to face West African teams in the 2017 Under-20 Africa Cup of Nations which kicks off tomorrow. Some players spoken to by Daily Nation Sports in Lusaka expressed confidence in delivering the prestigious Under-20 AfCON trophy. Team captain Solomon Sakala said the