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Botswana’s Mombo Camp tops the 18th annual World’s Best Awards 2013

109 ViewsTravel + Leisure magazine’s 18th annual World’s Best Awards 2013 crowned Botswana’s Mombo Camp and Little Mombo Camp as the word’s best hotel, surpassing luxury brands such as Four Seasons, Ritz-Carlton, Fairmont and The Peninsula. Voted by readers of Travel + Leisure, Mombo was awarded a top score of 96.6 out of 100, securing […]

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Staying healthy with Amakole

682 Views By Asunta Simoloka This is one of my favorite wild fruits, it is known botanically as Azanza garckeana and the common name is jakjak fruit. In Zambia this nutritious fruit goes by ‘amakole’, ‘manego’, ‘matobo’ or African chewing gum Jakjak fruit it is a rich source of calcium which is essential for skeletal […]

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Naomi Campbell comes undone at Paris fashion week

123 ViewsBy AFP Naomi Campbell drew cheers on the catwalk at Paris fashion week on Sunday when the 43-year-old supermodel opened the first haute couture show of the season for Versace in a sparkling black micro sequin jacket. Constructed using hook and eyes to hold the jacket together, the fastenings were “left undone in places […]

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France battles ‘microwave’ food in restaurants

109 ViewsBy AFP Fearing the creeping use of re-heated pre-prepared food in restaurants, French lawmakers have voted to force restaurants to use a “home made” label for freshly made dishes, and will fine those that use it fraudulently. In a bid to stop industrially prepared re-heated food undermining France’s culinary reputation, French lawmakers on Thursday […]

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Today’s Photo: African Girl

167 Views                       The potential and creativeness of an African girl child is underestimated.

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10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Sex

684 ViewsBy Jill Harness. Genetics Can Affect When a Person Will Lose His or Her Virginity Obviously, each person makes the individual decision of when to have sex for the first time, but recent studies show that your genetics can play a role in how early you make the decision. In fact, a study of […]

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Lifestyle: High blood pressure

305 ViewsBy Asunta Simoloka With changing lifestyle patterns in Zambia, it is not surprising that High Blood pressure, also known as hypertension, is becoming all too common. Heart disease, stroke, and kidney failure are some of the devastating complications of hypertension.  Despite being common, hypertension is highly preventable, treatable, and even reversible through proper diet […]

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7 Things You Didn’t Know About Kelly Rowland

86 ViewsKelly Rowland is in a revealing mood these days—cue her latest single, the tell-all ballad “Dirty Laundry,” which details how she felt envious of former Destiny’s Child bandmate Beyonce after the group split up eight years ago. “It’s just the space that I’m in,” says Kelly reflecting on shy she’s getting so personal on […]

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Five toxic friends you need to get rid of

89 ViewsThe Flake Cancelling at the last minute, postponing until later, promising she’ll be there soon and then mysteriously not responding to texts – believe me, you’ll know if you’re friends with a flake. (Tip: Look in the mirror and see if your face has a resigned, world-weary expression.) Not only is the process of […]

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Could your diet be causing Uterine fibroids?

383 ViewsBy Asunta Simoloka Uterine fibroids are abnormal growths found in the wall and surface of the uterus. If you are wondering why so many women are having uterine fibroids, look no further than what is on your plate. Ask any woman with uterine fibroids if they eat a lot of broiler chicken, I guarantee […]

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