Contradictions from government uninspiring

Dear Editor, I write to urge President Edgar Lungu to urgently address the governance misinformation that has become a norm in the line of governance. The apology offered by government to Japan and China over the acquisition of police bicycles means there is a serious governance crisis that has to be sorted out now than later by the President. Why should officers connected to the … Continue reading Contradictions from government uninspiring

Healthy friendships, a source of refreshment

By Rev Clifford Chisha There are times in life when we find ourselves in situations where we really need someone to be there for us or provide what we are unable to access due to the circumstances surrounding us. Times when those who are close to us feel ashamed to be associated with us or fear to be burdened by us do come in life. … Continue reading Healthy friendships, a source of refreshment

Knowledge sharing key for growth of clubs

By JOHN SAKALASolwezi Municipal Council has embarked on club exchange program aimed at knowledge sharing. The council through the Department of Housing and Social Services has facilitated an exchange visit among community clubs in order to foster oneness and enhance competitiveness to improve standards of living for the club members. Yesterday, Kuken’ga Kwa Nzambi visited St. Augustine Lusekelo Community Club in Kimasala Ward which has … Continue reading Knowledge sharing key for growth of clubs