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How I met Andy Mazoka

By Brian Mulenga It was in 1980. It was on the highway. We were rushing to Lusaka. We were going to watch a football match. Dad also had a lunch date at Inters with his cousin. As we were flying down the Kapiri Kabwe stretch at 170 kilometers an hour we were stunned to see […]

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Celebrating the life of Dr Francis Manda

Caller: Doctor Manda, I have been hearing of people complaining ati gas gas gas, nanga doctor, what causes gas? Nima drinks? These same Coca Cola Fanta and Sprite? Help me. Dr. Francis Manda: achimweni, those drinks do not cause gas in any way, that’s a misconception. Gas is caused by indigestion of food in the […]

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Zambian ladies and make-up

This is a Zambian lady from Kafue before and after make-ups Should we say Miss Ange Kagame daughter to President Paul Kagame was right to advise the Rwandese ladies not to copy Zambian ladies who apply make-ups and wear a lot of wigs while looking for sponsors to give them money or it is just […]

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Stanbic e-commerse service set to boost online trade

Zambian merchants have entered a new era of trade where they will be able to make online sales without customers physically presenting their credit or debit cards at the time of purchase, thanks Stanbic Bank’s new e-commerce initiative. The latest move takes advantage of the bank’s improved electronic channels, and allows transactions to occur online, […]

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Speaker Matibini’s full ruling on suspension of 48 UPND MPs

RULING BY THE HON MR SPEAKER AGAINST 48 HONOURABLE MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT OF THE UNITED PARTY FOR NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (UPND) FOR BOYCOTTING THE STATE OF THE NATION ADDRESS ON THE APPLICATION OF CONSTITUTIONAL VALUES AND PRINCIPLES BY HIS EXCELLENCY THE PRESIDENT, MR EDGAR CHAGWA LUNGU, ON FRIDAY, 17TH MARCH, 2017   The second ruling relates […]

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FQM supports Civil Society calls for communities to share in the Mining benefits

First Quantum Minerals (FQM) has put its weight behind civil society calls for communities to share in the benefits of the nation’s mineral resources, and has called on government to ensure tax revenues from the mining sector are well spent. The mining firm, which is Zambia’s largest taxpayer, was responsible for more than a third […]

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The Chipolopolo boys ended South Africa’s 18-match unbeaten run after they came from behind to beat the hosts 2-1 in an international friendly match played at the Moruleng Stadium in Rustenburg on Tuesday. A Lebohang Manyama header had put Bafana Bafana ahead on 22 minutes after Kermit Erasmus had crossed in to put Zambia ahead. […]

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Lafarge announces ‘Timange Ma Bondi’ promotion winners

Lafarge Zambia has announced the four lucky winners of the Timange Ma Bondi promotion which includes residential plots, house designs, bill of quantities and 400 bags of cement for the just ended promotion.  Timange Ma Bondi which means “Let’s Build Houses” was launched to give opportunities for people to build houses and own their homes. […]

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Diversification holds key to sustained agricultural production – Stanbic

Leading agriculture sector lender Stanbic Bank, says agricultural diversification holds the key to sustained production. Stanbic Head of Agribusiness Leon Kotze, this week headed north to Kitwe to address agricultural producers at the 2017 CBM-TECH and CAMINEX, the Copperbelt Province’s premier mining, agriculture and trade exhibition, where he made a presentation on “Key fundamentals of […]

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Zambia risks international isolation

By MacDonald Chipenzi The continued use of brutal tools to silence citizens will lead Zambia be isolated internationally. The current regime has a duty to deem the tattered democratic image of Zambia in the region, on the continent and the world. Being in leadership esp. elective leaderZAMBIA RISKS INTERNATIONAL ISOLATION The continued use of brutal […]

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