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HH in the Village

HH in the Village

The opposition UPND president Hakainde Hichilema milking in the village, where he and his wife Mutinta are visiting relatives. Hichilema an accomplished economist and businessman is one of the top 5 worthiest person in Zambia. He however traces his humble upbringing from the village. He owns a number ranches with over 100, 000 herds of […]

Nyemba explains her latest offering “Oweh (Bad Boy)”

Songbird Nyemba has debuted her latest single titled “Oweh (bad boy)”. The mid-tempo track was produced by DJ Lo of Ikonik Music and hit the airwaves on Tuesday, April 26. It is a song about a girl who has been brought up to follow what her parents have taught her which is basically growing up […]

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Lafarge Lusaka Marathon set for April 30

The Lafarge Lusaka Marathon scheduled for Saturday 30 April 2016 is geared to be a success. The route has been certified by the International Association for Athletics Federation (IAAF) and all the necessary safety measures have been put in place including full road closure for up to 6 hours. Speaking at the sponsorship cocktail Tuesday […]

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I will make Lusaka city viable like ZESCO – Chona

By Vicky Mushota Last night aspiring MMD Lusaka – Executive Mayor James Chona made some rather overwhelming announcements pertaining to his plans for the Nation Capital Lusaka city when he started that he was going to make the council upon being elected into office a competing company against the national power supply company ZESCO limited, […]

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Catholic Bishops urge Govt to implement policies that protect the environment

The Catholic Bishops of Zambia have called on the government to implement policies that protect the environment and refrain from developing cold feet every time there are vested interests in mining and agriculture investments. In a communique read at the end of the two day  conference aimed at polarizing Pope Francis’  encyclical, Laudato SI with […]

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The news of Papa Wemba’s death happened at a time I was thinking about rhumba. Surfing the net, I happened to come across the Franco hit song Tres Impoli (very Rude in French) sang by Franco in a mixture of French and Lingala. Memories flooded into my head of the heyday of rhumba and it […]

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11 Lundazi Chiefs Invite Nevers

MMD leader  Nevers Mumba is in Lundazi District as special guest of  11 Chiefs and hundreds of Village Headmen who extended a special invitation for him to travel to the district in order to sit down to hold a series of meetings with them. Speaking at one of the meetings, held on Sunday April 24, […]

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Bolivia president agrees to paternity test in scandal: media

Bolivian President Evo Morales is willing to undergo a paternity test to settle a dispute with an ex-girlfriend whose child he denies fathering, news reports said Monday, quoting his lawyer. In a case that has plunged the 56-year-old leader into scandal, Morales had claimed he fathered a child with her which later died, before changing […]

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SABMiller spells out investment benefits

Companies have a responsibility, not only to their shareholders, but also to the communities in which they operate, to place investment in the local economy on a firm footing, SABMiller Zambia Managing Director Annabelle Degroot told delegates at the 5th Zambian International Investment Forum (ZIIF) on Friday. “The trickledown effect of our investments goes beyond […]

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Proflight backs calls for greater contribution from tourism sector

Continued investment and innovation in the tourism sector are the keys to improving competitiveness and putting Zambia firmly on the tourism destination map, according to Proflight Zambia Company Secretary Chitalu Kabalika. Speaking on Friday at the fifth Zambian International Investment Forum (ZIIF), which was opened by President Edgar Lungu, the aviation industry stalwart outlined how […]

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