By JOWIT SALUSEKI – AFTER offloading a single titled ‘Asumbule’ for her fans to sample , multi-award winning gospel singer Esther Chungu has finally set April 8 , 2023 as a date on which she wants to unveil her new album.The album which will be curtain-raised by a number of local supporting acts, will be […]
Posts published in “Day: February 3, 2023”
By HARBGUY MWAMBAZI –FEMALE model Margaret Ngonyani ‘The Zambian Beauty Queen’ says modelling needs to be embraced with a view of being appreciated as a career.Speaking in a recent interview, Ngoyani says that the art of modeling can very much be sustaining to individuals only if more investment could be pumped in. Read more
By JOWIT SALUSEKI – SOME creatives, who recently attended the National Arts Council of Zambia (NAC) and Hivos organised workshops aimed at helping artists think of new critical ideas for sustaining themselves in the arts, are optimistic about th...
By JOWIT SALUSKI – LEGENDARY Senegalese musician, songwriter, composer and Grammy winning artist Youssou N’Dour will be live in concert with his orchestra at Ciêla Resort, in Lusaka, on Saturday, March 25, 2023. Read more
[The Herald] Zimbabwe and Zambia are working to expedite the implementation of two key power generation projects to bring relief to citizens of the two countries who, along with others in the region, have been enduring long hours of loadshedding in the...
By SANDRA MWILA – MUFULIRA Wanderers president George Katongo says the club is puzzled at the news that they made six substitutions instead of five in their FAZ nationwide Division-One game against City of Lusaka at the weekend.
By KETRA KALUNGA – ZAMBIA’s total number of air transport passengers doubled to nearly 1.7 million in 2022 as the country’s aviation sector recorded 89-per cent recovery rate on pre-Coronavirus era figures. Read more
By KETRA KALUNGA – Indo Zambia Bank (IZB) and Massbreed Investments have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) aimed at boosting the transportation, mining and constructions business for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs). Read more
By CHATULA KANGALI – THERE is need for Zesco Limited to partner with the private sector in improving the electricity distribution infrastructure in the country.
By KENNEDY MUPESENI – ECONOMIST Mathews Muyembe has said the Chinese government assurance on its commitment to ensure the country achieves the much-needed debt restructuring is encouraging.
By KELVIN MUDENDA – LIVINGSTONE Mayor Constance Muleabai has said adolescent sexual reproductive health is critical in achieving universal health coverage and creating a healthy environment for young people.