Dear Editor, I write to commend Justice Minister Given Lubinda who is also Kabwata Constituency MP for fulfill...
Dear Editor, I write to applaud Bupalo Ward Councillor Nelius Mumba of Chingola for his effort to alleviate th...
Dear Editor, I write to commend Justice Minister Given Lubinda who is also Kabwata Constituency MP for fulfilling his pledge to honor the late contemporary musician Joe Chibangu. The late musician who died early this year started his music career as Kabwata Constituency resident. The pledge the Minister made came to pass when he named […] Read more
By JOHN SAKALA Yesterday (Sunday April 9) all Christians across the globe, experienced the electrifying feeling of the Palm Sunday. For sure there is no national event or international holiday that profoundly affects the lives of Christians on the planet as does the holy week. The holy week is set aside for Christians to remember the […] Read more
By Alessandro Mariani Today March 25, the European Union will mark 60 years since the signature of the Rome Treaties, the first step towards a united Europe. Since the birth of the European Communities in 1957, the citizens of our Member States have enjoyed six decades of unprecedented peace, prosperity and security. The contrast to […] Read more
By ALICE NACHILEMBE Despite the plenty rainfall that this country has experienced this year, access to safe drinking water remains a challenge globally. With the coming of annual World Water Day which falls on March 22, every water utility firm would plan to showcase its achievements during the commemoration of the day. Remember that not […] Read more
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…a passionate sports administrator March 12, 2017 will forever remain etched on the minds of millions of Zambians as the day U-20 men’s national team lifted the Afcon trophy on home soil for the first time in grand style. The likes of Fashion Sakala and player of the tournament, Patson Daka are prominent on every […] Read more
Kitwe Primary School is perhaps one of the cleanest Government Schools in Zambia. Very impressive, the Head teacher here must be doing a great Job. Pictures courtesy of Masauso Mukwayaya. Share on: WhatsApp Read more
By Jonathan Ngoma What’s Special about this Joe? Why can’t we just move on? These are the funny questions I’m seeing around social media. My quick conclusion is that those asking where either born after year 2000 or they started following music because of Lil Wayne. I started listening to Joe Chibangu when he was […] Read more
By JOHN SAKALA Famous musician and pioneer of contemporary Zambian music Joe Chibangu has died. Chibangu was reportedly brought in dead at Coptic Hospital in Northmead. He came on the music scene under Zambia’s first Hip and Rapping artist Daddy Zemus where Chibungu and Maiza were the sweet backing artists. He was awarded the Best […] Read more
By Harry Kalaba As we prepare to enter the proverbial month (February) of Love and friendship, I am prompted to reflect on the subject of betrayal in African politics. I am inspired by the wisdom of an African proverb which says: “Those who dare to spit at the sky only manage to dirty their own […] Read more
At the time of his death, hip-hop legend Tupac Shakur was hungry for revolution, and his passion for change could be seen in every interview and performance he ever gave. In one 1992 interview that was recently released by MTV, Tupac shared his revolutionary views on society, politics, racism and poverty. He also took the […] Read more
Singer Janet Jackson has at the age of 50 given birth to her first child, a baby boy, her publicist has confirmed. A statement said the musician and her Qatari businessman husband, Wissam Al Mana, were “thrilled” to welcome the infant, Eissa Al Mana. “Janet had a stress-free healthy delivery and is resting comfortably,” the […] Read more
Discussing female menstruation publicly is something of a taboo in Zambia. This is no doubt why a provision in the country’s labour law that allows female workers to take off one day a month is known as Mother’s Day, even though it applies to all women, whether or not they have children. The legal definition […] Read more
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