Thank you Chief Mukuni for reminding the nation of the
impending Armageddon but chiefs too will not be spared.
The spate of fire incidences gutting markets and public buildings in parts of our peaceful nation bears the hallmarks of what happened to the homes of PF supporters in Namwala in the aftermath of the announcement of the election results. Today, the same type of criminal acts are happening after
What I see in the UPND baffles me. How can HH become the UPND constitution? They can’t go to a convention because he hasn’t said so and now he wants to become the Zambian constitution. He wants to do whatever he wants without observing the law.
Zed Saileti is too small for the team. My suggestion is to bring back Coach Aggrey who is more mature and let him find his own assistants. Don’t allow the Zed team to be undermined again. This is a timely warning to the executive. Ukwalinsoke takwafwile muntu.
Treason is not just blocking the presidential motorcade, even dangerous statements being uttered to incite people to rise against a legitimate government is tantamount to treason. No one is above the law. Let us guard the peace of our nation with jealous. Blood was shed during independence struggle and
Shallow minded people can easily be cheated but let us compare. PF-89 MPs, UPND-58 MPs, PF-6 strongholds and UPND-3 strongholds. How can a person with 58 MPs claim that he won elections against someone with 89 MP’s and you believe him? That is madness.
All those calling for dialogue between the ruling PF and UPND are just playing to the gallery. Dialogue over what? HH is not the only one who lost the August 2011 elections. HH has been losing elections over the years. Have these people down played HH’s pledge that he
I once watched a movie entitled, ‘something big’ where one scene showed two cow boys enquiring of an outlaw going about the harassing the locals. The man being asked questions could not answer questions properly on account of him over staffing his mouth with food which dripped from both
…. As defending champions Zanaco face bottom-placed Mufulira Wonderers
WEEK three of the MTN/FAZ Super division resumes this afternoon with Napsa Stars hosting the 2013 League champions Nkana Football Club in a lunch-time kick off slated for the National Heroes Stadium.
After losing 1-0 to Power Dynamos in last weekend’s game, Napsa
AFFILATES will today elect seven members to the National Sports Council of Zambia (NSCZ) board at the elective Annual General Meeting (AGM) set for the Government Complex in Lusaka.
Acting NSCZ general secretary Raphael Mulenga yesterday said all is in place ahead of today’s crucial today.
“We have 17 candidates eyeing for