Daily Archives: Apr 4, 2012

Chief Chitimukulu of the Bemba has died

The Zambian Post newspaper has reported that PARAMOUNT chief Chitimukulu of the Bemba people in Northern Province has died. The paper said “according to well-placed sources at the Ministry of Health, Chitimukulu died yesterday at the University Teaching Hospital in … read more »

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Vice President of Zambia , Dr Guy Scott interview on CrossFire Blog Radio

Dr. Guy Scott when we look at PF Government 6 months after Election,the Barotseland issue and other national issues. Listen to internet radio with CrossFire Blog Radio on Blog Talk Radio Mueti, presenter, is a Zambian based in Sheffield,UK with … read more »

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FQM launches K40bn bursary to produce more Zambian engineers

FIRST Quantum Minerals (FQM) has set aside more than K40 billion in a drive to produce more Zambian engineers and artisans to meet the skills gap in an increasingly demanding mining industry and expanding economy, the company announced yesterday. The … read more »

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‘Zambia’s economic prospects good’

The World Bank has said Zambia’s economic prospects for 2012 are positive due to high levels of copper production and major improvements in the agriculture sector. The Bank’s country director, Kundhavi Kadiresan said the global lending institution expected the Government … read more »

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Boston University – Inaugural Lecture by Former President Rupiah B. Banda

Boston University Trustees Ballroom April 2, 2012 Ambassador Stith, Kenn Elmore, Dean of Students Distinguished invited guests Ladies and Gentlemen, It is a great honor for me to address you this evening. Let me begin by taking a moment to … read more »

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Hunt for Successor 15 – African intellectuals should be jailed – By Field Ruwe

Africa, the lowliest of the continents is still nocturnal. It is in this disposition that it emerges a superpower, greater than the United States, Britain, and China combined. In the night, when the world is somnolent, Africa assumes the status … read more »

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