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MMD calls for policy consistency in crop marketing

Movement for Multiparty Democracy MMD has called for consistency in the policy of crop marketing so as to ensure predictability in the marketing of crops. Commenting on the announcement that the country has recorded yet another bumper harvest, Party National Secretary Raphael Nakacinda said there is need for government to have predictable policies in the […]

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This is what transpired when President Sata visited Botswana in March 2012

18 :30. Arrival of the president Michael Sata and his entourage 18 :35. National anthem chaired by ZACOBO (Zambian Community in Botswana) 18: 40. Speech by Ambassador to Botswana, within seconds Sata interrupts and says how do you deliver a speech before praying when you are a son of a Bishop? Bishop prays 18: 50. […]

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Lafarge Zambia launches Health and Safety Month

Lafarge Zambia has launched this year’s Health and Safety Month under the theme “I stop unsafe work”. The month provides an opportunity for Lafarge Zambia to celebrate achievements as well as engage all stakeholders including Government to try and make step change improvements in Health and Safety performance. It tries to do this through promoting […]

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UK School donates to Kambwili’s constituency

Roan Patriotic Front ( PF ) Member of Parliament Chishimba Kambwili has sourced some education materials and equipment from United Kingdom for schools in his constituency. Riverwalk School based in United Kingdom has donated the following: – 500 chairs – 250 desks – 20 head projectors – 25 interactive school boards – 150 computers – […]

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The young Senegalese woman behind the new French president

French newspaper Le Monde is running a profile on Sibeth Ndiaye, the 37-year-old Senegalese-French campaign guru of Emmanuel Macron, who has now been named as the president-elect’s press secretary. Ms Ndiaye is seen as one of the key figures who orchestrated the meteoric rise of Mr Macron’s En Marche movement. Le Monde says that she […]

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Lusaka flooded after winter rains

By Kelly Muwana A heavy rain Sunday afternoon flooded streets and parking lots of some parts of Lusaka, an estimated three inches of rain fell in a short time some of it at high tide. The rains has appeared to be over in some parts by late afternoon, but the Zambia meteorological department said there […]

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Kaunda lied Zambian government would not interfere in Barotse government and day to day running of Barotseland

In a lengthy speech, Kenneth Kaunda, then Prime Minister of Northern Rhodesia, barely a couple of months after signing the Barotseland Agreement 1964 and shortly before Zambia’s October 1964 independence, categorically assured then Litunga (King) of Barotseland, Sir Mwanawina III, KBE, and all Members of the Barotse Royal Family and of the Barotse Government, that […]

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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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Come out, are you with us, Copperbelt PF challenges former Minister

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE LUANSHYA,(SATURDAY, MAY13, 2017) FORMER Copperbelt Minister Mr Mwenya Musenge should come out in the open and stop playing hide and see children’s game and state whether he is with us or against us and President Edgar Lungu. As PF youths on the Copperbelt, we want to put it on record that some […]

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First Quantum Minerals push copper output up by 11 percent

Copper production at Kansanshi mine and the ramp-up of production at Sentinel mine helped push First Quantum Minerals’ copper output up by 11 percent year-on-year, according to the company’s financial results for the first quarter of 2017. Strong performances at the company’s Las Cruces mine in Spain also helped bolster total copper sales to 132,356 […]

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