Daily Archives: Apr 18, 2012

Police officers and suspects using the bush to answer call of nature

By Samson Zumani Police officers in Kitwe’s Garneton area are using the bush to answer the call of nature due to lack of toilet facilities at the police station. Garneton police station officer in charge Mrs. Falesi Mumbu disclosed to … read more »

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Widow cries for condom in sexual cleansing

A 46 year old widow of Nangoma constituency in Mumbwa, Central Province, has opted for protected sexual cleansing through use of a condom as opposed to a traditional method of smearing mealie meal. Simeon Mbewe reports from Mumbwa that a … read more »

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‘Everyone has potential to be a leader’ Dr Saleem Badat

[wide][/wide] By Bivan Saluseki in Grahamstown, South Africa RHODES University Vice-Chancellor Dr Saleem Badat says people need to move away from the ‘big man’ syndrome and begin to question their leadership. Addressing graduands at Rhodes University on Saturday, Dr Badat … read more »

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Invest In Conditional Cash Transfers JCTR Urges Government

The issue of poverty and poverty reduction is a global development topic that has pre-occupied governments and development aid actors for decades. Although most developing countries, Zambia not being an exception, have made strides in addressing poverty, the pace remains … read more »

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Draft Constitution to be made public by end of April

The Technical Committee on drafting the Zambian Constitution has called on all Zambians to gear up for expression of their views on the first draft of the Zambia Constitution. ZANIS reports that Committee spokesperson Simon Kabanda says the committee wants … read more »

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Prophet T.B Joshua and Africa’s Ex-Leaders

By Ezekiel Fajenyo and Sunday Patrick The socio-political topography in Africa is littered with much uncertainty, penury, hopelessness, despair, despondency, cynicism, starvation, moral rottenness, corruption and misgovernance. Facts associated with this situation have been anchored, most often, on the “twin … read more »

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Chinese mining firm to list its copper assets in Hong Kong

CHINA Nonferrous Metal Mining Group has announced plans to list its Zambia copper assets in Hong Kong, aiming to raise about US$500 million from the transaction. The Chinese state-owned metals group was expected to launch the initial public offering as … read more »

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OBITUARY – Vice President George Kunda: Great legal brain, workhorse

By KELVIN KACHINGWE [wide][/wide]AS RADIO and television news bulletins relayed the news of the death of former Vice-President George Kunda, newsroom phones at the Daily Mail rung off the hook as scores of unbelieving and shocked friends and foes tried … read more »

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Scores turn up to pay respects to Kunda

Scores of people have turned up to file past the casket of former republican vice president George Kunda at Mulungushi international conference centre were his body is laying in state. This follows government decision to allow allowing Zambians the opportunity … read more »

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