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Posts published in “Day: May 6, 2023

Minister clears air on maize export restrictions

By SYLVIA MWEETWA – AGRICULTURE Minister Reuben Mtolo has assured that maize export restrictions by Zambia are meant to secure the country’s food security situation and not deliberately meant to strain the food situation in neighbouring countries Read more

Crass performance: Muthiya, others tumble in Zim

By SHAMAOMA MUSONDA – NONE of the five Zambians participating in the FCB Zimbabwe Open golf tournament in Harare managed an under-par score with Chilanga’s Dezzie Ng’andu coming off the worst.

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Muzala, Njobvu promoted

By RONALD CHAWE – COMMONWEALTH 400m champion Muzala Samukonga’s exploits at the World Athletics 2023 Botswana Golden Grand Prix has earned him a promotion as staff sergeant in the Zambia National Service (ZNS).Read more

Youth football shambles!

THE recent performance of junior teams at their respective continental competitions says a lot about the present and future of Zambian football.As much as the teams worked hard to qualify for their respective Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) tournaments, the performance at these competitions leaves much to be desireI felt sorry for my son, Junior, […]

10-horse race for League second spot

By NDINAWE SIMPELWE – WITH the 2022/23 MTN Super Division league title all but secured by Power Dynamos, 10 clubs will now fight for second position in the last three games of the season to secure a CAF Confederation Cup slot.

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Pride at Stake!

By SANDRA MWILA – ZAMBIA coach Ian Bakala feels his side has what it takes to conjure a result against Morocco in a complicated quest to stay alive in the race to reach the quarter-finals at the Algeria 2023 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON).


Kashiba crossing point losing $12,000 monthly

By EMILY KUWEMA in Luapula Province – THE Kashiba crossing point in Mwense District is losing US$12,000 per month due to lack of adequate water vessels to ferry people and cargo across the Luapula River. Read more

Address over-enrolment in colleges – Siakalima

By JAMES KUNDA – EDUCATION Minister Douglas Siakalima has implored the Higher Education Authority (HEA) to address over enrolment in universities, to protect the quality of education.

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Nakachinda takes fresh plea

By PERPETUAL SICHIKWENKWE – PATRIOTIC Front (PF) chairperson for information and publicity Raphael Nakacinda yesterday took fresh plea in a matter he is charged with expressing hate words against President Hakainde Hichilema and Tonga speaking people of Southern Province. Read more

Out of control driver kills baby, injures 35

By JANE MWANSA and JAMES KUNDA – A DRIVER lost control of a motor vehicle and hit 35 people at a busy market on the Luwingu-Nsombo Road killing a one-year-old baby and injuring its mother.

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HH jets into UK as all is set for King Charles coronation

PRESIDENT Hakainde Hichilema has arrived in the United Kingdom ahead of today’s historic coronation of King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla.The coronation of King Charles III will take place at London’s Westminster Abbey. Read more

Police urged to widen probe over Esther’s $400,000

By JAMES KUNDA and JOSEPH BANDA–A CIVIL Society Organisation says the US$400,000 case involving former First Lady Esther Lungu may be a tip of the iceberg regarding how money was mishandled during the Patriotic Front (PF) administration. Read more