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Anonymous ‘hacks’ North Korea social network

652 ViewsThe hacking collective Anonymous has said it has been “hacking” and vandalising social networking profiles linked to North Korea. The group has issued several warnings since the country’s threats have intensified. Uriminzokkiri, a news site, has been forced offline – while Twitter and Flickr accounts have been breached. Anonymous also claimed to have accessed […]

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Rapper Sojah, Artist destined to put Zambian music on the map in Asia

2,339 ViewsRapper young Sojah is a talented and multi-skilled young Zambian currently based in China. He is a Rapper, Producer, Song writer, Graphics and Enterprenuer designer from Zambia in the the capital Lusaka. Sighting such influences as the likes of Nasty-D, Dade Zimus, Jay-z, Black Muntu, Fabolous, and notorious B.I.G. He learnt he could rap and produce at the […]

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Former president Banda’s lawyer frightened

471 ViewsFormer president Rupiah Banda has been warned and cautioned by a Joint Investigations Team over the acquisition of Baobao land in Lusaka’s Makeni area. And Muvi Television reports that Banda’s lawyer, Sakwiba Sikota has described his client’s questioning this morning at the DEC offices as a spine chilling experience. He says the interrogation of […]

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Constitution Experts agree on the proposal stopping MPs causing by-election

639 ViewsA parliamentarian yesterday laboured to convince experts and professionals on constitutional matters to consider a clause in the constitution that would bar Members of Parliament who cause unnecessary by- elections by resigning to join another political party. Lubansenshi Independent Member of Parliament Patrick Mucheleka pleaded with delegates attending the sector groups convention in Lusaka […]

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A tight programme awaits President Sata as he leaves for China

470 ViewsZambian President Michael Sata has left for a Sate visit in China where he is also expected to attend the Boao Forum for Asia (BFA), the leading economic meeting scheduled for Sanya city in China. He is accompanied by his wife Dr. Christine Kaseba, his Uncle who is also Finance Alexander Chikwander, and Commerce […]

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Former president Banda’s trial begins,  Lawyers ask court to dismiss charges against him

661 Views The Defense Team representing former President Rupiah Banda in a case in which he is facing Abuse of Authority of Office charges has asked the Lusaka Magistrate Court to free their client on grounds that the law on which he was arrested and charged does not specify clearly what criminal offence he his […]

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The ‘Somali pirates’ who are not what they seem

396 ViewsSomali pirates have kidnapped hundreds of people and cost millions in ransom payments. Jamal Osman finds journalists keen to interview them do not always get what they bargained for.The story begins in the slums of Eastleigh, a sprawling suburb of Nairobi in Kenya and home to a huge Somali community. There I met Adan […]

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Easter saga: 4 gay marriages involving Zambian men and foreigners stopped in Lusaka

860 ViewsLUSAKA City Council marriage registrar Henry Kapata has refused to marry some Zambian men who wished to enter holy matrimony with some foreign nationals over Easter. Four Zambian men – students in tertiary institutions in Lusaka – had plans to marry old foreign men thwarted by the council in an unprecedented move. The Zambians, […]

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Kalaki Korner: Unconditional Love

365 ViewsBy Roy Clark ‘And here endeth the First Lesson,’ intoned Father McWhisky, as he lifted the Holy Book to kiss it, then lowered it reverentially onto the lecturn. It was Easter Monday at the Cathedral of St Ignominious, and Father McWhisky had sobered up for the occasion.           He now looked benignly around at […]

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Today’s Photo: Customers queuing for bread at Levy Junction in Lusaka

732 ViewsArmature photograph of people queuing for bread taken at Foodlovers’ Levy Junction Shopping Mall in Lusaka. The Sender says he spend 30 minutes just to buy a loaf of bread.  

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