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Tongas should move with change

By Reuben Hambulo I witnessed a funeral ceremony of one rich Tonga old man from Chief Mwanachingwala in Mazabuka. It was a marvel, full of running and dust. I have never witnessed a sea of people at a funeral like that. It was a busy day for the herds boys who were running with animals […]

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Zambian ladies are pathetic, says President’s Daughter

The daughter of Rwanda president Paul Kagame, Miss Ange Kagame, says women can be beautiful without wig and makeups, and work for their own money, not depending on men to pay their bills. She has asked Rwandese ladies not to copy Zambian ladies who apply make-ups and wear a lot of wigs while looking for […]

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Kitchen Party Matrons or Alangizi to obtain certificates in order to operate

In what appears to be “REGULATE EVERYTHING IN ZAMBIA ” a move has been approved to regulate the Traditional Marriage Councillors popularly known as ALANGIZI and Wedding / Kitchen Party Matrons, reports Royd Moonga. The approved law seeks to scrutinise all those involved in the business of marriage councilling , regulate them through an association […]

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Zambian appointed Southern Africa Fashion Coordinator

Zambian Fashion Designer has been appointed as Southern Africa Fashion Coordinator by the African Reception Legendary Gold Nigeria. Speaking at the Africa Month Celebration Fashion Experience pop up in Johannesburg South Africa Chisoma Lombe president of creative Designs says she feels proud to take up the position as it will expose more Zambian couture. Zambia’s […]

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Origin of Tonga people traced: They are part of the chosen tribe of Israel by God, the black Jews / Israelites

For many years historians have failed to trace or state the origin of Tongas the ethnic group of Southern Province. Not even archaeology and oral traditions could give a clue of where Tongas came from. However, this mystery of the origin of Tongas is almost resolved, thanks to Anthropological linguistics which is the study of […]

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My Mother

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My Mother

My mother thinks I’m this big boss at work. Like I spend my day discussing national matters with Uhuru Kenyatta, Paul Kagame, M7 and Magufuli. She thinks I sit on a big leather seat in a big office with a big window. She believes I have my own secretary and a thermos flask, making crucial […]

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Is Chiengi still the most haunted place in Zambia?

Great North Road, various places on the internet and one drinking spree with an old codger who had a fund of stories of colonial Zambia. He is the one who told me about the evil place Chiengi and about Chiengi Charlie. Chiengi is the only Boma closed down because of witchcraft or more accurately because […]

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Meet the 37-year-old woman who has given birth to 38 children

A woman from Uganda has given birth to a jaw-dropping 38 children, and surprisingly she is only 37 years old. The mother, Marriam Nabatanzi, has delivered all her children at home except her latest addition who is now four months old, reports the Nairobi News. The newborn had to be delivered by caesarean section at […]

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The Seventh Day Adventist

By Mobotu Nalishiwa History¬† According to some articles, The name Seventh-day Adventist is based on the Church’s observance of the “biblical Sabbath” on Saturday, the seventh day of the week. “Advent” means coming and refers to their belief that Jesus Christ will soon return to this earth. The Church is a Millennialist Protestant Christian denomination […]

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The iconic image that moved the world

By David Zulu Truly profound, iconic and indescribably moving. This image invoked an avalanche and waves upon waves of chest bursting sympathies and teary sobs, by many that viewed the picture. The photo created an epicentre of solidarity of love and emotions never expressed in this Nation, perhaps since the repression of our founding fathers […]

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