Daily Archives: Dec 2, 2017

Woman Made me Love Zambia PART ELEVEN

by Mwizenge S. Tembo, Ph. D. Professor of Sociology Whether you were in Sinjembela in the Western Province, Garnerton on the Copperbelt, Munyumbwe and Chipepo Harbour in the remote Gwembe Valley in the Southern Province, Lake Mweru in Nchelenge in … read more »

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Woman Made me Love Zambia PART NINE

by Mwizenge S. Tembo, Ph. D. Professor of Sociology My office was on the second floor of NAMBOARD in the huge Kwacha House on the Northern end of Cairo Road in Lusaka. I walked into the chikwepe, lift or elevator … read more »

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IMF confirms that Zambia loan deal is off

The International Monetary Fund has for the first time clearly stated that the much-anticipated US$1.3 billion loan deal with the Zambian government has been put off. IMF Communications Director Gerry Rice confirmed that the negotiations with the Zambian government were … read more »

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ACC to opens Investigation into the $42 million cost of the Fire Tenders

The Anti-Corruption Commission has said that it has commenced investigation to determine whether the specifications of the fire tenders as contained in the tender document tally with those of the supplied fire trucks. In a press briefing this afternoon,ACC Public … read more »

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Humour tonic

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Photos from the colonial archives

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Number of Congolese refugees in Zambia go past the 12 000 mark as Aid Funds dry

The number of refugees fleeing militia violence in south-eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and arriving in Zambia has crossed the 12,000 mark – with more than 8,400 arrivals in the last three months. Some 80 per cent of … read more »

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Quote of the day

      It doesn’t matter where you are coming from. All that matters is where you are going. – Brian Tracy

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We are all potential in-mates

The correctional service in Choma District in Southern Province is stepping up efforts aimed at improving relations between the community and the department in the District. Correctional Service Southern region HIV/AIDS Coordinator Martin Hankwa explained that in the past people … read more »

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