Daily Archives: Jun 17, 2012

Zambezi airlines returns to the skies on Sunday

ZAMBEZI Airlines will re-start operations on their regional flights on Sunday, June 17, 2012. Zambezi Airline’s Country manager for South Africa Michael Mujajati said the Airline had learnt its lesson and would do its utmost best to stay on the … read more »

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Orphans number alarms first lady

First Lady Christine Kaseba is alarmed with the rising number of orphans in the country. Dr Kaseba says the status quo is threatening various mechanisms government has put in place to cushion the plight of the orphans. She says like … read more »

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Girl’s body retrieved

Police in Chongwe have retrieved a decomposed body of a 12-year-old girl from a well near Nyumbayanga bar in Libuko village. The body was retrieved yesterday after it was spotted floating by a young girl from the same village. The … read more »

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UK Immigration: Family migration changes announced

On 11 June 2012 the Government announced changes to the Immigration Rules for non-European Economic Area (non-EEA) nationals applying to enter or remain in the UK on the family migration route. The new Immigration Rules will also unify consideration under … read more »

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The farce of using an ineligible player: Will Sudan’s use of Saif El Din Ali against Zambia cost them?

By Gilbert Phiri Zambia’s protest to FIFA against Sudan’s bizzare use of Saif Eldin Ali Idriss in a crucial World Cup qualifier match played in June in Sudan, has sent blogoshphere into overdrive, with all sorts of permutations being bandied … read more »

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UK internet data tracking powers will be ‘incredibly intrusive’

The UK government is to offer a blank cheque to internet and phone firms that will be required to track everyone’s email, Twitter, Facebook and other internet use under legislation to be published on Thursday. The disclosure means the taxpayer … read more »

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