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Sata thanks Freedom Fighters

Sata thanks Freedom Fighters

President Michael Sata has thanked freedom fighters for their contribution towards the country’s independence struggle. In a salutation read for him by Captain Martin Liyunga from the Zambia Army during an investiture ceremony held in Chipata today, President Sata noted that freedom fighters played an important role to liberate country from the colonial rule. In […]

Renard’s Ivory Coast team in Zambia to play Chipolopolo Boys

The Ivory Coast on Wednesday afternoon arriving in the Zambian capital ahead of an International Friendly with the country’s National team on Saturday. The team headed by former Chipolopolo trainer Herve Renard above arrived at 3pm CAT at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport. On the photo is Patrice who dumped Chipolopolo as Coach to join his former […]

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Renard’s Ivory Coast team jets in

Herve Renard’s Tutored Ivory Coast jet in Wednesday in Lusaka ahead of an International Friendly match against Zambia on Saturday, October 25. The team arrives at 3pm CAT at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport The match is part of the activities planned for Zambia’s Independence Jubilee which falls on October 24 this Friday. The match will […]

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MMD MP supports RB comeback calls

MMD Kasenengwa member of Parliament (MP) Victoria Kalima has joined calls for former President Rupiah Banda to come back to active politics, adding that he is a better leader than party president Nevers Mumba. Kalima said she has nothing against Dr Mumba but that if members want Mr Banda to be their leader, they should […]

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Today’s Photo: Chinese selling tomatoes

A Chinese National selling tomatoes at Old Ngoma market in Lusaka’s Mandevu Township. This is what has come with free trade and privatization. Picture by Brenda Ngilanzi Zulu.

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Tuesday morning Zambeef Products Plc presentated 340 national flags to Cabinet office along with a copy of the speech delivered by the company’s Joint Chief Executive Officers.  Pictured, from left, are Secretary to the Cabinet Dr Rowland Msiska receiving the flags on behalf of the government from Zambeef Products Joint Chief Executive Officers Carl Irwin and Francis […]

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Water crisis for a month at Mulungushi University force Students to riot

Students from Mulungushi University in Kabwe, Central province have rioted following water problems for a month now, our Correspondent reports.   The irrate Staudents rioted Sunday night forcing Police to fire teargas canisters to prevent the Students from destroying property. This is the second riot over water problems at the University.   “We have had […]

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Today’s Photo: Dora Siliya at the Gym

Trying to keep fit, former Transport and Communications Minister in the MMD Administration Dora Siliya at the Gym!

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Participate in Africa Inter-Country Golf Classic

Register to participate on this memorable event. For details read below. Golf, a game played on a large open-air course, in which a small hard ball is struck with a club into a series of small holes in the ground, the object being to use the fewest possible strokes to complete the course. Africa, a […]

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Suspected Boko Haram fighters mount deadly attacks after Nigeria ‘ceasefire’

By Lanre Ola Suspected Boko Haram militants have killed dozens of people in five attacks on Nigerian villages that occurred after the government announced a ceasefire to enable 200 abducted girls to be freed, security sources and witnesses said on Saturday. However, the government cast doubt on whether the attacks really were Boko Haram or […]

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