IT HAS finally come to pass; Zambians have chosen their sixth President, Edgar Lungu, to replace late President Sata, who died on October 28 last year.
Category - Editor’s Comment
INFRASTRUCTURE is an essential driver of competitiveness which is critical for ensuring the effective functioning of any economy.
ZAMBIANS will do well to heed former republican president Kaundaâ€™s advice – Zambians should provide stability for Zambiaâ€™s sixth president.
VotingÂ in most polling stations throughout the countryÂ was incident-free.
AS Zambians headed to the polls on Tuesday, it was mostly peaceful but there was some apparent voter apathy in some areas where the voter turnout was low.
ZAMBIANSÂ from all walks of life yesterday decided who the next President would be and now they anxiously wait for the result of their action.
ZAMBIANS today have a golden opportunityÂ to exercise their right to choose aÂ president of their choice using the ballot paper.
TOMORROW Zambians will be trooping to polling stations to cast their votes in a presidential election to usher in Zambiaâ€™s sixth president.