Daily Archives: Jul 8, 2012

Mzako akapsya ndevu mzimire, mawa adzazima zako – (Chewa)

LITERAL TRANSLATION If a friend’s beard is on fire, help him put it out, tomorrow it may be his turn to help you out. CONTEXTUAL INTERPRETATION When a friend is in trouble, help him/her as he/she is likely to return … read more »

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The Derrick Chanda Grisly Murder

Malama Katulwende The death of Derrick Chanda, a Zambian truck driver who was burnt to death in his vehicle at Kasumbalesa border post by some mob of Democratic Republic of Congo nationals has had a very profound effect on me. … read more »

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Africa Nations Cup: Why the odds favour Cranes over Zambia

By Fred Kaweesi Zambian legend Kalusha Bwalya has seen and achieved so much in African football to be considered a ‘prophet’. In the build-up to the 2012 Nations Cup finals tournament, he insisted during ‘Soccer Africa’, SuperSport’s popular football show, … read more »

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REA : Fuelling development through electricity provision

DURING the just ended trade fair in Ndola interpreting this year’s Theme, “Creating synergies beyond boarders,” the Rural Electrification Authority (REA) emphasized its stance of electrifying rural areas which is going beyond borders and connecting everyone to modern technology and … read more »

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Tamara happy with Mampi’s support

TAMARA’s press briefing was one of the shortest if we are to go by what other Big Brother Africa Stargame evictees have had. The reason is simple; the Zambian diva somewhat lived a straight and less questionable lifestyle in the … read more »

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LIFESTYLE: From accident victim to gospel artiste

APRIL 5, 2005 will forever bring sad memories to Sylvester Mutuka and others who survived a terrible road accident that claimed 43 out of the 60 pupils from Kawambwa Secondary School in Luapula Province of Zambia. On that day, Zambians … read more »

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ZAM ROCKER: Charles Muyamwa’s saxophone magic

MULTI-TALENTED instrumentalist Charles Muyamwa still stands out in the crowd as one of the country’s best saxophonists and music arranger.   The combination of various music instruments including traditional ones like the xylophone for example in all of his compositions, … read more »

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Yes, poor work culture affecting us

THE work culture among many Zambians, especially those in Government departments, leaves much to be desired and something certainly needs to be done about it if the country is to move forward. Except for those working for the mines and … read more »

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ZCTU backs Govt on work culture

THE Zambia Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) has supported Government’s call on workers in the country to change their work culture in tandem with the Patriotic Front (PF)’s pace of running affairs as it strives to improve service delivery in … read more »

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