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DEPUTY Speaker of the National Assembly Mkhondo Lungu has cautioned Petauke Central member of Parliament Dora Siliya over her dressing. Mr Lungu on Thursday said MPs should dress properly in Parliament. The Deputy Speaker said it is against Parliamentary etiquette for a member to be improperly dressed while attending sessions in chambers, as this demeans […]

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Kate topless photos carried in Irish Daily Star tabloid

The Republic of Ireland edition of the Irish Daily Star has published photos of the Duchess of Cambridge sunbathing topless while on holiday in France. Editor, Mike O’Kane, said he treated Kate as he would any other celebrity. But Richard Desmond, chairman of co-owner Northern and Shell, said he was taking “immediate steps” to close […]

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Zimbabwean Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai’s plan to get married this weekend was thwarted on Friday after a magistrate ruled he was already married to a former flame, the latest twist in a scandal that has gripped the southern African nation. The dispute – which has seen two women challenge his wedding plans – has handed […]

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Wati has strong feelings regarding the Talia, Keagan and Seydou triangle. Whilst Talia and Keagan kissed in the jacuzzi, Prezzo, Kyle and Wati discussed the predicament that everyone has found themselves in. Kyle, who also has a thing for Talia, told the boys “I love Talia but I think she made a big mistake. You […]

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Mozambican Parliament is planning to introduce a bill seeking to legitimise polygamy. This comes after a parliamentary Select Committee on Constitutional Affairs, Human Rights and Legality went around the country to collect peoples’ views over the matter. The chairman of the Committee, Mr Teodoro Waty, said any person who wished to marry more than one […]

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Lactating women in Cape Verde have decided to mark this year’s international maternal breastfeeding week in a novel way. They will offer their breast milk to weak, premature and orphaned children. The week’s event is being strictly commemorated across the island country under the close supervision of health authorities. Infants of up to six months […]

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NEW YORK, 1 August 2012 – On the 20th anniversary of World Breastfeeding Week, UNICEF says strong national policies supporting breastfeeding could prevent the deaths of around 1 million children under five in the developing world each year. Despite compelling evidence that exclusive breastfeeding prevents diseases like diarrhoea and pneumonia that kill millions of children […]

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The Northern Province administration July 21 ordered the international reproductive health NGO, Marie Stopes out of the province and further, ordered police investigations into the 960 abortions that the NGO had reported to the Ministry of Health as having carried out in the area. Permanent Secretary Emmanuel Mwamba said the abortions were illegal because contrary […]

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A traditional leader in Southern province is calling on the Patriotic Front government to come up with a dressing code for women in Zambia. Chief Singani of the Tonga people of Choma has told the Lusaka based Radio station QFM that the government just like they did in banning the Tujilijili should also come up […]

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By Linda Villarosa, gay Journalist Those of us who are black and gay approach Africa with deeply conflicted feelings. On a recent trip to Zambia, along with my point-and-shoot and anti-malaria medication, I packed equal parts pride and shame, curiosity and fear. Homosexuality is illegal in nearly 40 African countries, and in the harshest nations […]

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