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The Book – Re-Writing My Life by Abraham Bweupe

Introduction I was born from a young couple who were enjoying a shot at life in their mid twenties. I may not be advantaged to know the exact status of their relationship but I am positive that they were happy … read more »

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Clerics put on defence for ‘cheating’ disabled

TWO United Church of Zambia (UCZ) clergymen have been found with a case to answer and put on their defence by a Kasama magistrate’s court for theft of K183 million by pecuniary advantage. The K183 million belonged to a group … read more »

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For how long shall it be a case of ‘Them’ and ‘Us’?

By Lady C There is a growing, vibrant and strong Zambian community here in the UK and most of them consider this to be their adopted home. Apart from providing financial support to family in Zambia, a majority only have … read more »

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Zambia: Our comments to the NCC

Some of the participants of the meeting Zambians living in the UK representing various interests met on Friday, 30th July 2010 at a collaborative meeting co-ordinated by UKZAMBIANS to discuss the draft constitution.  Here is the final report submitted to … read more »

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DOES THE DRAFT CONSTITUTION MEET THE NEEDS OF THE MAJORITY POOR? ASKS JCTR

As the National Constitutional Conference (NCC) distributes the draft constitution for comments, it is essential to analyse whether the contents of this important document represent the interests of the majority of the Zambians, especially the poor. “Realising that no other … read more »

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BOOK REVIEW: AIDUCATION 20-10 Taking Control of AIDS.

This book is about the life of a district medical officer who worked in Botswana, looking after African patients admitted to the wards with various tropical conditions including HIV infections, TB and AIDS. This is a true life story of … read more »

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