Monthly Archives: February 2010

The Education of a British-Protected Child by Chinua Achebe

  The Education of a British-Protected Child Chinua Achebe’s first novel, Things Fall Apart, was published in 1958, when he was a 28-year-old producer with the Nigerian Broadcasting Service. The wind of change was blowing through the continent: neighbouring Ghana … read more »

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Facebook: Friend or Foe?

It is not a secret about how much we all love social networking websites like Facebook and Twitter. We could spend hours on them at a time just updating statuses and information, uploading pictures, and chatting with friends. But these … read more »

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Mbola returns with hopes for Spurs switch

Emmanuel Mbola insists that a move to Tottenham is on the cards after training with the North London club. The 16-year-old is currently playing his football in Armenia with Pyunik Yerevan. However, Mbola is now in dispute with his employers, … read more »

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Sharp fall in asylum seekers arriving in UK

The number of asylum seekers arriving in Britain has fallen sharply, according to official figures released today. The Home Office said there were 4,765 applications for asylum in the final three months of last year – a 30% fall on … read more »

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Queen Chishimba Chifwembe first ever Zambian winner of Miss Malaika UK UKZAMBIANS: In your own way, tell us about your back ground, family? I come from a family of 10, four boys, six girls and I am the fourth and … read more »

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Photo of the week – Zambia’s President Rupiah Bwezani Banda (R) and China’s President Hu Jintao

  Zambia's President Rupiah Bwezani Banda (R) and China's President Hu Jintao inspect honour guards during a welcome ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, February 25, 2010.

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The State and Religion Argument by Malama Katulwende

Has the Christian faith in Zambia become compulsory for every citizen to espouse, or should our country be judged in terms of her adherence to the "principles of the Bible"? In a disturbing article titled, "Uphold Zambia's crucial covenant with … read more »

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Mbola problems – Sort out mess first, Spurs urge Mbola

ENGLISH Premiership top side, Tottenham Hotspur have asked KCM-FAZ Division One North, Mining Rangers to sort out defender Emmanuel Mbola’s professional contractual mess with Armenian club, Yereven Pyunik before they can continue assessing the Zambian teenager. Hotspur, who invited Mbola … read more »

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Zambia, China sign pacts

By Times Reporter ZAMBIA and China yesterday signed various bilateral agreements focusing mainly on economic cooperation between the two countries. This was after President Rupiah Banda held closed door official talks with his Chinese counterpart Hu Jintao at the Great … read more »

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