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Love turns sour…Mark beats up Minister Dora, calls her prostitute

Love turns sour…Mark beats up Minister Dora, calls her prostitute

By Prosper Miyoba   AGRICULTURE minister Dora Siliya was in the early hours of Thursday rushed to Fairview Hospital for medical attention after being brutally beaten by her lover Mark Ode Mubalama following a dispute. The ‘love-birds’ who had lately been inseparable and seen in public places clearly showing their affection towards each other however […]

School bans wearing skirts

A named Headteacher at a named school in Lusaka has banned the wearing of skirts and trousers at the school saying it is the main reason Lusaka province recorded lowest performance.   Teachers who declined to be named for fear of being victimized said the Headteacher said the dress code for female teachers confuse pupils […]

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Catholic Priests and nuns must start having sex – Ex-UPND Vice president

Former UPND Vice president Dr Canisius Banda has recommended that Catholic Church Priests and Nuns must start having sex if they have not started.   In a post titled On Achieves [The Inspirational and Illustrative Case of Talent, its Expression and Ambition] below, Dr. Banda who talks about his life also reveals that he has […]

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Something you should know about Christmas

Although the whole world celebrating Christmas as a Christian holiday, including millions of non- believes, please take this moment to look high and lower throughout every pages of the Bible, at the end you will not find even one word of Christmas being celebrated by any of God’s people! It is not even mentioned once […]

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Police planned to teargas and arrest me on Christmas Day – HH

Opposition United Party for National Development ( UPND ) leader Hakainde Hichilema has revealed that the police had planned to teargas and arrest him if he went to Matero where he was scheduled to donate Christmas presents to aged people.   Hichilema says he received information and didn’t want to cause people to be arrested […]

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I love Lusaka city

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I love Lusaka city

      In his will,  the Director of British South African Company, BSC, Alfred Beit,  set aside trust funds to build Cairo Road,  Independence Avenue,  Lusaka City Airport,  Supreme Court,  Ministry of Foreign Affairs,  Cabinet Office and the European Hospital then UTH.   Infact the name Cairo Road came about as a result of […]

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Some women can kill each other over a man – Iris Kaingu

Iris Kaingu daughter to ex-Minister Michael Kaingu who became famous after her sex video leaked to the public says she has come to know that women can kill each over a man. Iris was on October 23, 2012 convicted by the Lusaka Magistrate Court on one count of making obscene material likely to corrupt morals. It was alleged […]

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Little things, big heroes

By Patrick Sikana Do you know the place called Kalahari in Lusaka? It’s somewhere near the ERB offices, off that road that joins Alick Nkhata at Football House. They sell goat meat at Kalahari. Good goat meat. There’s this guy called Moze. I can give you his number if you want. Call him and make […]

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Why most marriages do not last: Understanding the original concept of marriage – Genesis 2 vs18 – 25

By Rev Malawo Matyola In my work as both a clergy and development worker, I have found myself dealing with marriage conflict and this experience has given me an idea as to why most marriages do not last. Yet the strength of our nation and communities depends heavily on the strength of marriages. Marriage management […]

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Thandiwe Zulu responds!

I Greet you all in the Name of Jesus. Amen! I was introduced to my Ex-Husband Clement by my Late friend Monica Ilunga Musonda (Mhsrip). Monica and my Ex used to sing together in the choir at St Paul’s UCZ in Kabwata Burma Road. I knew Monica since our primary school days in Chipata, Eastern […]

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