Daily Archives: Sep 27, 2012

John Terry found guilty for racially abusing Anton Ferdinand

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Chelsea captain banned for four matches and fined £220,000 by Football Association over Ferdinand incident CHELSEA CAPTAIN John Terry has been banned for four matches and fined £220,000 following the incident involving QPR defender Anton Ferdinand. The player was sensationally … read more »

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FIRST Lady Christine Kaseba has said there is need for continued investment in the communication industry to enhance health service delivery and improved communication of health emergencies through mobile technologies. Dr Kaseba said using mobile technology had the potential to … read more »

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Sata sets tone for 2013 PF Budget

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THE tone has been set for the 2013 National Budget, which will be the first fully Patriotic Front (PF) – carved plan of national income and expenditure. President Michael Sata gave the indication of what the budget will be like … read more »

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VIDEO: Motivational speech on how to be successful

AN AFRICAN-AMERICAN man gives an inspiring talk to audiences at seminar on how to achieve success, and what one has to do in order to get it. The powerful speech covers ground on business, dedication, and advice on taking opportunities.

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THE Zambia rugby team last night left for Morocco ahead of this weekend’s International Rugby Board (IRB) 2013 Sevens Rugby World Cup (RWC) Africa region qualifiers with coach, Richard Kapoma eyeing a winning start against the host nation. Kapoma said … read more »

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Northern Circuit: Turning Zambia into a top tourist destination

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TOURISM is a fast expanding sector, which makes an important contribution to the growth of the Zambian economy. A blend of different races, cultures and religions, live in peace and harmony as they tour the country. There are many luxurious … read more »

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FRA buys 1.8m bags of North maize

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THE Food Reserve Agency (FRA) has bought in excess of 1.8 million 50kilogramme bags of maize worth K119 billion in Northern Province. The provincial administration has since appealed to the FRA to expedite moving the maize from the main storage … read more »

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IN the last decade, Asian migrants have fanned out through southern Africa, opening shops in small towns and rural backwaters. While consumers in countries facing increasing economic hardships have come to depend on their low prices, local shop owners complain … read more »

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Good news for cotton farmers

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GOVERNMENT has included cotton in the Farmer Input Support Programme (FISP) in the 2012/13 farming season. The inclusion of the cash crop means that the disadvantaged farmers, more especially those who suffered setbacks in this year’s cotton marketing season would … read more »

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