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First Lady Thandiwe Banda to Captain Golf team

Sports Feature Sports First Lady Thandiwe Banda to Captain Golf team

File:Mrs Thandiwe Banda going to play football at the sports complex in Lusaka

First lady Thandiwe Banda is expected to captain the team of Ministers’ spouses that will play a fundraising Golf Tournament in Livingstone aimed at addressing the plight of vulnerable women and children in society.

The tournament is slated for December 19 at Livingstone Golf Club.Livingstone Golf club trustee, Frederick Mwendapole, who is part of the organizing committee said this morning that the high profile delegated tournament will be one way of promoting local tourism as families of team members will be encouraged to sample some of the tourism activities dotted around Livingstone.

Mwendapole said each team is expected to field in four players at K5million as participation fee.

He said letters of invitation have already been sent to the clubs vice-captain, Ireen Kunda, who is a spouse to the Republican Vice-President, George Kunda.

Mwendapole said the tournament would be characterized by dances,speeches, and other activities.

He said the income that will be raised from the tournament would gotowards the uplifting of living standards among the poor and marginalized women.

Participating teams would be mandated contribute towards the sponsorship of an advertisement slot of the tournament in the media.

Meanwhile Widows Association of Zambia member, Catherine Alinani said the golf tournament would help many underprivileged women in Livingstone.

Alinani said in every society in poor economies women and children are the most affected.

In spite of Livingstone being famous for its cultural heritage with an integrated composition of traits from the Tonga and Lozi traditions perpetration of Gender-Based-Violence (GBVs) and stereotyping against women is on rampage but most such cases have gone unreported.

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15 COMMENTS

  1. post online is under going maintanace…yesterday it was working, i think even today its but with the same news of yesterday

  2. Father Frank Bwalya & his Die Hard Zambia Vs Chanda Chimba the third & his Stand Up For Zambia.Pipo help me.who is more sensible between the two battle of wits.

  3. nanga ring ilikuti amai banda, pliz can someone tell if ba president is married for real to Girl. She luks great though but about golf its sumfing else

  4. Guys above what is the problem with you? can’t ba first lady play golf? sometimes learn to say something positive about even bad pipo. by the way Thandi is not RB so have mercy on the innocent woman.

  5. Majelasi bantu. Why can’t we appreciate this energetic lady. She is giving us a good example instead of just eating and eating and eating like some of you. Let us give her credit for this one. Mind you this lady is not like other first ladies who were too pompy for nothing. Atleast she is down to earth.

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