Monthly Archives: January 2012

Zambia send ‘indisciplined’ Clifford Mulenga home

The Zambian squad arrived in Bata earlier on Tuesday ahead of their quarter-final against Sudan on Saturday Zambia midfielder Clifford Mulenga has been sent home by coach Herve Renard for disciplinary reasons. Mulenga, a fringe player based in South Africa, … read more »

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British Woman sleps with 7 men in 24hrs, 1000 In 27 Years – Confessed To Being A Sex Addict

She had 40 lovers by the age of 17, Once had sex with 7 men in 24 hours. ‘I didn’t know 40 men was more than most women sleep with in a lifetime. All I knew was that I felt … read more »

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former Mines Minister Maxwell Mwale election nullified

High Court Judge Albert Wood has nullified the election of former Mines Minister Maxwell Mwale as Malambo Member of Parliament. Judge Wood nullified the election of Mr Mwale when he delivered judgment in the matter this afternoon. Patriotic Front’s Kaweche … read more »

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PRESIDENT Michael Sata has met United Nations (UN) Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon holds meeting

PRESIDENT Michael Sata has met United Nations (UN) Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on the margins of the 18th ordinary session of the African Union (AU) Heads of State and Government Assembly. The president held a closed-door meeting with Mr Ban in … read more »

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Former President Rupiah Banda’s son, Henry in Kenya says Police

INSPECTOR-GENERAL of Police Martin Malama has revealed that former President Rupiah Banda’s son, Henry, recently spotted in Johannesburg, is now in Kenya and warned him to own up rather than continue playing hide-and-seek with the law. Dr Malama said Henry’s … read more »

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Libya government to protect investment in Zamtel

(Reuters) – Libya will do all it can to protect its 75 percent stake in Zamtel, the fixed-line telecoms firm in Zambia, whose government announced plans last week to seize Libya’s stake in the firm, Libyan Foreign Minister Ashour bin … read more »

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Blind, poor and surviving on the streets of Lusaka

By NANCY HANDABILE SHE is a regular presence on the streets of Freedom Way in Lusaka begging for alms from well-wishers. She is blind and describes her life as painful and full of strife. This is the plight of Ms … read more »

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Ichisungu: Teenage Mutants, Zambian’s in the Diaspora have stopped initiation ceremonies

By Jackie Mwanza I moved to England as a young teenager. I was already a woman, technically and had had a small scale initiation ceremony back home to acknowledge my coming of age. I felt rather special – my mum … read more »

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Why aid is not enough for development:climate, conflict and capital challenges

By Erik Solheim, Minister for Development and Environment, Norway Poverty is no coincidence. It is a result of international power structures. Of poor policies and poor leadership. Of historical trends and conflicts. It is about exploitation, discrimination and oppression. Although … read more »

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