Daily Archives: Jun 4, 2016

HH picks GBM as Running mate

UPND president has finally ended the speculation on his choice for running mate by settling for party vice president administration Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba popularly known as GBM. Mr Hichilema and his running Mr Mwamba have since successfully filed in their … read more »

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Muhammad Ali Vs Sonny Liston

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Muhammad Ali, simply ‘The Greatest,’ dead at 74

Muhammad Ali, the eloquent, colorful, controversial and brilliant three-time heavyweight boxing champion who was known as much for his social conscience and staunch opposition to the Vietnam War as for his dazzling boxing skills, died Friday. Ali, who had a … read more »

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Photos from the colonial archives

        A Rolls Royce belonging to Sir Evelyn Hone ,last governor of Northern Rhodesia. Year-1959

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President Lungu calls mining industry to diversify

President Edgar Lungu has officially opened the 59th edition of the Copperbelt Mining and Agricultural Commercial Show with a challenge to the mining industry to consider diversifying in other minerals apart from copper and enhancing competitiveness in their operations. ZANIS … read more »

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Frank Bwalya thanks President Lungu for making him deputy campaign manager

PF Deputy Spokesperson Frank Bwalya has thanked President Lungu for making him deputy campaign manager. In a statement Mr Bwalya said the gesture by President Lungu shows the great confidence he has in him. He has since promised to closely … read more »

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Quote of the day

      If I had nine hours to chop down a tree, I’d spend the first six sharpening my ax. – Abraham Lincoln

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Angola’s Isabel dos Santos named head of state oil company Sonangol

Angola’s President Jose Eduardo dos Santos has appointed his daughter as head of the state oil company Sonangol. Isabel dos Santos, named by Forbes magazine as Africa’s richest woman, worth an estimated $3.3bn (£2.3bn), takes on the job after the … read more »

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Is Rwanda’s authoritarian state sustainable?

Rwanda is the great success story of a post-conflict state in Africa. The country’s preferred narrative — one of redemption and renewal after the experience of unspeakable atrocities during the 1994 genocide — is an irresistibly inspiring one that has … read more »

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