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Featured, LATEST, slide It’s difficult to arrest Kanene without complaint

POLICE say it is difficult to arrest singer Clifford Dimba without anyone reporting him for assaulting one of his wives, Sharon. But Boy Empowerment International founder, Matilda Chikopela Lisita, says Dimba, aka General Kanene, will only reform and have respect for women when he is taken back to jail to finish his 18-year sentence for defilement. Kanene beat up his wife just three days aft...

LATEST Chitimukulu declares KK ‘salt of the Bembas

PARAMOUNT Chief Chitimukulu 38 Kanyanta-Manga II yesterday declared Dr Kenneth Kaunda Kachele wa Lubemba. The Chitimukulu bestowed the Kachele wa Lubemba (salt of the Bemba people) on Dr Kaunda in recognition of the first Republican president’s efforts to unite Zambians and foster development. The traditional leader, whose coronation was held on Friday, presented Dr Kaunda with a symbolic walk...

Columnists, Columnists, Dr. Kaela Mulenga THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DIASPORA POLICY AND NATIONAL BUILDI

The buzz that the present Zambian government officials are going around in The Diaspora to get their views on Diaspora Policy (DP) is encouraging. The issue of Diaspora Policy (DP) is principally the discussion around Dual Citizenship (DC). And that there are basically two groups of thought on this matter. One camp: the anti-dual citizenship, those living at home, the “stayees”, who oppose ...

LATEST Is Tribalism Threatening One Zambia One Nation?

by Mwizenge S. Tembo, Ph. D. Professor of Sociology “And Chama said the UPND in Southern Province were polygamous by nature and “may be by having so many children, one day after 100 years, they may lead the country, but not under Hichilema. If at all they will ever be in power, may be a hundred years from now, they are polygamous by nature so may be as they have more children they can b...

LATEST Are You a Hopeless Romantic?

Business, STATEMENTS, Press Releases The new Huawei P8 design raises the bar

Business, STATEMENTS, Press Releases SES Satellite Installer Training Supports Zambia and Malawi'

  SES (NYSE Euronext Paris and Luxembourg Stock Exchange: SESG), a world-leading satellite operator with a fleet of over 50 geostationary satellites, recently announced its “Elevate” programme that has been taking place in Zambia and Malawi to support satellite and digital television migration in the two countries. Elevate is the SES Quality Assurance and Accreditation training prog...

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LATEST Same Sex Marriages Coming to Zambia?

Business, LATEST, STATEMENTS Cargill completes acquisition of Zamanita from Zambeef

LATEST Fresh Zambian Poetry Genre

LATEST Msoni accuses PF of engaging in premature campaigns