logo
Issue #1028 -- 23171 Headlines -- Last Updated: 2019-01-16 11:02:31
Free Copy
Date: 16 January, 2019. 11:57:51

Mbesuma chases Golden Boot

ZAMBIA’s prolific forward Collins Mbesuma is in hot pursuit for the Absa Premier league Golden Boot award after scoring 14 goals for his Mpumalanga Black Aces side with only two games before the close of the season. And the burly striker was in...

Read more...

Published on 2016-05-05 13:32:19 via Lusaka Voice » GENERAL NEWS

Comments

No comments here. Be the first to comment.

We want access to information law, says Fr Chiti

  Zambia is yet at another cross roads with regards to a law that would enhance government’s openness to its citizens, transparency, accountability and good governance generally. Viewed in its right frame as a Human right the ATI guarantee...

Read more...

Published on 2016-05-05 13:22:23 via Zambian Watchdog

Comments

No comments here. Be the first to comment.

UPND to launch 2016 campaigns in Kitwe

Zambia is at a crossroads. On 11th August, we have a choice: voting for a Government that has demonstrated during its five years in power it has no vision or a UPND Government that has the action plan to fulfil the potential of our nation and improve...

Read more...

Published on 2016-05-05 12:40:30 via Zambian Watchdog

Comments

No comments here. Be the first to comment.

RB, Nevers reconcile

  FORMER president Rupiah Banda says he holds no grudge against MMD leader Nevers Mumba adding that he would never fight him because he considered him as his own son. And Mr. Banda has praised the church for taking the initiative to foster re...

Read more...

Published on 2016-05-05 12:12:54 via Daily Nation » Home News

Comments

No comments here. Be the first to comment.

Mbesuma chases Golden Boot

  By Nation Reporter ZAMBIA’s prolific forward Collins Mbesuma is in hot pursuit for the Absa Premier league Golden Boot award after scoring 14 goals for his Mpumalanga Black Aces side with only two games before the close of the season....

Read more...

Published on 2016-05-05 12:03:44 via Daily Nation » Sport

Comments

No comments here. Be the first to comment.

Kenya elections could turn violent – Raila Odinga

The former Kenyan Prime Minister, Raila Odinga, told Al Jazeera English’s Mehdi Hasan that he was “very worried” that next year’s general election could turn violent and that he would not participate if the Electoral Commissio...

Zambian Eye image

Read more...

Published on 2016-05-05 12:00:53 via Zambian Eye

Comments

No comments here. Be the first to comment.

Kitwe NGO speaks against retribution

By Nation Reporter POLITICAL parties which are threatening the current regime with imprisonment are clearly sending a message to Zambians that their ascendancy to power will be motivated and characterised by retribution and malicious prosecution o...

Read more...

Published on 2016-05-05 11:52:27 via Daily Nation » Home News

Comments

No comments here. Be the first to comment.

Frank Bwalya admits he has failed

Failed priest Frank Bwalya has admitted that he has failed to win support for PF. Bwalya has been running a hate speech campaign based on tribalism but the more he churns out tribal hatred, the more people hate PF and big fish join PF. Here is the up...

Read more...

Published on 2016-05-05 10:55:48 via Zambian Watchdog

Comments

No comments here. Be the first to comment.

No one wins an election until the votes have been counted – The case of Donald Trump

By Antonio Mwanza Barack Obama once said that no one wins an election until the votes have been counted. Not before. Ted Cruz has dropped out of the Republican race for President of the United States after being wired by Donald Trump in the Indiana p...

Zambian Eye image

Read more...

Published on 2016-05-04 9:48:50 via Zambian Eye

Comments

No comments here. Be the first to comment.

Mob kills two people who were suspected to be ritual killers in Solwezi

TWO people who were suspected to be ritual killers have been brutally murdered by members of the public in Solwezi. Police spokesperson Charity Munganga-Chanda in a statement stated that the Zambia Police Service was dismayed with the conduct of some...

Read more...

Published on 2016-05-04 9:47:12 via Mwebantu New Media » Local Courts and Police News

Comments

No comments here. Be the first to comment.

American company brings special technology on boreholes to Zambia

A WATER seminar designed to bring innovative technologies into ways of tapping into ground water will be held at Mulungushi International Conference. In a Press Release to the Media, leading and renowned USA Company, Roscoe Moss Company, which specia...

Read more...

Published on 2016-05-04 9:20:04 via Mwebantu New Media » Business

Comments

No comments here. Be the first to comment.

Mulenga Sata resigns from his ministerial position and the PF party

MULENGA Sata has resigned from his ministerial position and the PF party. During a press briefing in Lusaka yesterday morning, Mulenga said he had no doubt in his mind that his father’s body was turning in his grave at what had transpired withi...

Read more...

Published on 2016-05-04 8:38:12 via Mwebantu New Media » Political

Comments

No comments here. Be the first to comment.

e-Residency; Let’s all become Estonians

Estonia is the first country in the world to offer e-Residency. e-Residency is a transnational digital identity available to anyone in the world interested in administering a location-independent business online....

Read more...

Published on 2016-05-04 8:13:57 via TechTrends Zambia

Comments

No comments here. Be the first to comment.

Scott reported to Police

Zambia Republican Party -ZRP- president Wright Musona has reported former Vice President Guy Scott to Lusaka Central Police for threatening to cause havoc. Mr. Musona says Dr. Scott is a senior citizen who should not issue threatening statements. He...

Read more...

Published on 2016-05-04 7:48:16 via Lusaka Voice » GENERAL NEWS

Comments

No comments here. Be the first to comment.

PF set for victory (with or without Mulenga Sata)

  PATRIOTIC Front (PF) secretary general Davies Chama has said the party is going to win the August 11 general elections with or without Mulenga Sata. Mr Chama described Mr Sata’s defection as unfortunate but incapable of destabilising the...

Read more...

Published on 2016-05-04 7:38:58 via Lusaka Voice » MAIN NEWS

Comments

No comments here. Be the first to comment.