Minister of Sports, Youth, and Child Development Kenneth Chipungu of Zambia

Mr Chipungu said he was not pleased that the showgrounds still remained a residential area and accommodated trucks a year after his office directed that trucks and people be removed.
And Mr Chipungu said it was embarrassing that with all its natural resources, including rivers and good vegetation, North-Western Province could still not feed itself.
Provincial Minister Kenneth Chipungu said the people of North Western Province had already resolved to vote for Banda as he was the only democratically elected presidential candidate.
From Times of Zambia - AAGM) Byline: Times Reporter PHWAZI bridge in Luangwa district is on the verge of collapse because culverts are damaged, Luangwa district commissioner Kenneth Chipungu has disclosed.
Mr Chipungu said in an interview in Lusaka that due to weak culverts, the bridge, which connects Luangwa.
Sports Minister, Kenneth Chipungu said in an interview in Lusaka yesterday that he was planning to meet national sports associations soon to discuss the way forward after Zambia.
Read Story at Times of Zambia (2008-12-15)Zambia: Chipungu focuses on 2011 Games NEWLY-APPOINTED Sport, Youth and Child Development Minister, Kenneth Chipungu has said his major priority when he assumes office will be to focus on the 2011 All-Africa Games Zambia is scheduled to host in Lusaka.
Chipungu calls for concerted effort By STEPHEN PHIRIMINISTER of Sport, Youth and Child Development Kenneth Chipungu says he will need the support of sports associations and youths for him to delivery in his new portfolio.
Chipungu said in an interview from Rufunsa yesterday that he expects sports associations and youths to work with him as the country prepares to host the 2011 All-Africa Games.
Chipungu said his promotion was proof that President Banda had confidence in him.
Chipungu takes over from Gabriel Namulambe who was appointed Presidential Affairs Minister.
On his plans for the All-Africa Games, Chipungu said he would comment after getting a briefing from officials at the ministry.
Kenneth Chipungu challenges ZMSABy WALLEN SIMWAKAMINISTER of Sport Youth and Child Development Kenneth Chipungu has challenged the Zambia Motor Sports Association (ZMSA) to break the myth that the sport was exclusively meant for foreigners.
Chipungu said Government was keenly following the ZMSA’s efforts to expand the sport to local people.
Chipungu said this in a speech read for him by Southern Province deputy permanent secretary Aaron Zulu at the 9th African Motorcycle Union congress at Zambezi Sun in Livingstone yesterday.
Chipungu said the motorcycle has been growing steadily in Zambiao over the last eight years.
Chipungu said the support from motorsport and motocross from the public was encouraging.
Chipungu said while motorcycle was becoming a popular sport, it has always been an essential part of rural transport.
Northwestern Provincial Minister Kenneth Chipungu has reaffirmed government’s commitment to electrify all chiefs palaces in the Province.
Chipungu said this when he visited chiefs Nyakaseya and Ikelenge of Mwinilunga district over the weekend.
Chipungu said apart from the electrification of their palaces, government is also committed to improve all the roads leading to their palaces and improve on the delivery of social services especially in the health and education sectors in their chiefdoms.
Chipungu has since appealed to traditional leaders to encourage their subjects to grow more food to avert hunger for their livelihood.
North-Western Province Minister, Kenneth Chipungu has directed the Provincial Education Officer to take inventory of all desk frames lying idle in the province so that desks could be reassembled.
desks yet there were heaps of desk frames just lying idle in schools.
Mr Chipungu said this after touring schools, hospitals and other government projects in Kabompo and Mufumbwe yesterday.
Chipungu said this when he launched an overnight mourning prayer meeting organized by local churches in Solwezi at the show grounds here Tuesday night.
THE Chinese government has said it is committed to constructing a 50,000 capacity multi-purpose stadium in Ndola despite Zambia withdrawing from hosting the 2011 All Africa Games (AAG), Sports Minister, Kenneth Chipungu has said.
SPORTS Minister Kenneth Chipungu has said Government is happy with the performance of the contingent that represented Zambia at the just-ended Southern African Development Community (SADC) Games in South Africa where Zambia emerged fifth overall out of 10 countries.
And Chipungu said his ministry recognised the partnership that SIA and National Sports Council of Zambia (NSCZ) have formed aimed at improving sport in Zambia.
Chipungu said there was need for such partnerships especially in view of the forthcoming 2011 All-Africa Games that Zambia would host.
Mr Chipungu said early marriages were detrimental to the nation and that the vice should not be allowed to take root in communities.
Meanwhile, Luangwa district commissioner, Kenneth Chipungu has called on teachers in the district to assist government in achieving its policies by implementing them and explaining them to the communities they work from.
Chipungu said government with other cooperating partners was doing everything possible to solve the problems teachers were going through.
North-western Province minister, Kenneth Chipungu is the new Sports minister.
Chipungu says failure to host the continental sports event will reflect badly not only on government but other organisations as well.
Chipungu was speaking at the Sports Development Awards ceremony in Lusaka on Thursday.