Daily Archives: Feb 18, 2012


Many youngsters dream of being a pilot, aircraft engineer or an airline cabin attendant when they grow up. This week pupils from Arakan High School in Lusaka got a chance to find out the realities of such careers firsthand when … read more »

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Chipolopolo captains says ‘Don’t Kubeba’ dance was not political

Zambia football captain Christopher has charged that the national team dance of Don’t Kubeba used by the Chipolopolo boys during the Africa Cup was not political. The team adopted the hush sign, with which they celebrated every goal they  scored … read more »

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‘Ideas, not money’ – Engaging Zambia’s school drop-outs

Changing the way people engage with education has become the life’s work for Zambian teacher and entrepreneur Rozious Siatwambo. He is the founder of the Great North Road Academy, an independent school in Zambia’s capital Lusaka. The school encourages “drop-outs” … read more »

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Mining sector to benefit $7.7bn from Vale venture

THE Zambian mining sector is expected to benefit from an investment of US$ 7.7 billion which a Brazilian multi national firm plans to inject in its operations in Africa. Vale is a mining giant that has embarked on the copper … read more »

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Soldier stabs woman in private parts

Police have since arrested and charged the Ndola-based soldier who allegedly got incensed and attacked the Kabwe-based woman after she turned down his sexual advances following a drinking spree. The 27-year-old woman, whose name has been withheld, was allegedly pinned … read more »

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