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It’s No April Joke, Jonathan just lost

It’s No April Joke, Jonathan just lost

By Patrick Sikana No it wasn’t an early April 1 joke. Goodluck Jonathan of Nigeria just lost the election. And, as with any election, there are lessons to be learned. Here are 5 from me, in no order of importance: 1. Don’t live in a bubble. I remember mingling, in Abuja, late last year with […]

Nigeria decides – Goodluck Jonathan not so lucky?

Nigerians are on the way to installing an Islamic opposition leader as President – General Muhammadu Buhari who has promised them safety, by wiping out Boko Haram than the incumbent, Goodluck Jonathan, a President who has lifted their country from economic hardships to economic prosperity in the last five years, reports Emmanuel Chilekwa. This election, […]

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Hide and seek Admin is not the way to handle a Coach, says Janza

Chipolopolo coach Honour Janza says “hide and seek” administration is not the way to run football. Janza said this in the wake of his contract struggles with the Zambia football association. Janza said from the deepest of his heart, he was not happy with the manner in which his contract issue had been administered. “I’m […]

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From the Horse’s mouth: As I sang along to the Rwanda anthem, I felt tears in my eyes (Part 1)

As I sang along to the Rwanda national anthem during the match between Zambia and Rwanda last Sunday, I felt tears in my eyes, writes Lisa Bwalya. My mind wandered unrestrained to the past. For those of you 25 years and under, you may only have read about it. But I lived through it. I […]

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Management at University of Zambia says salaries for it’s employees for the month of March will be delayed. This was communicated in an internal memoradium below by the Office of the Registrar. No reasons have been given for the delay and when exactly staff will be paid.

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Lungu talks to Chinese President over chasing of Zambians who are HIV positive

President Edgar Lungu says he has discussed with the Chinese President the issue of Zambians living with HIV/AIDS who are being sent back from China. The Chinese government has been sending away Zambians if they become HIV positive while in that country. This situation has been a major concern to many Zambians who raised to […]

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Zambia’s Sweden Ambassador mourns Lungu’s predecessor in Chawama

Stockholm, Sweden, 30th March 2015—Zambia’s Ambassador to Sweden the Rev. Edith Mutale has described as a “major loss,” the death of Rev. Violet Sampa-Bredt who died in Germany on 29th March 2015. H.E the Rev. Mutale described Rev. Sampa as, “an inspiration to many female Reverends and a rare Christian gem. She was the first […]

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I didn’t mean to call her a prostitute, I’m sorry – Minister

MINISTER of Education, Science, Vocational Training and Early Education Michael Kaingu has apologised to United Party for National Development (UPND) Namwala member of Parliament (MP) Moono Lubezhi for referring to her as ‘Dorika.’ Dr Kaingu said at a press briefing on Sunday that he is “sincerely sorry” to Ms Lubezhi for calling her Dorika because […]

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EDUCATION minister Michael Kaingu’s daughter, Iris, has once again caused social media controversy after she posted photos of herself in bikinis at a beach in Dubai. Unlike in 2012 when Lusaka Province police commissioner Charity Katanga ordered her arrest for appearing in a sex video, Iris has this time managed to excite her tweeter followers […]

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Coach Janza weeps: I can even go now

Zambian National Team Coach Honour Janza on Sunday held his tears back saying the Football Association should inform him if they nolonger need his service and he was ready to leave immediately. Mike Mubanga reporting for Muvi Television said Janza was complaining at the Heroes International Stadium where his team beat Rwanda 2 -0 in […]

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