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Norway pledges more support to Zambia

THE Norwegian government has pledged continued support to Zambia as long as Government remains transparent in the management of public resources. Norwegian Minister for International Development Heikki Eidsvoll Holmas said his country would continue supporting various projects to improve the … read more »

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Extend sports programmes to rural areas – Minister

GOVERNMENT says it is mindful of the challenges the Zambian youth face in accessing sports facilities and has since called on stakeholders to consider extending the various youth sports development programmes to rural areas. Sports Deputy Minister Nathaniel Mubukwanu said … read more »

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Soldiers urged to foster peace

DEFENCE Minister Geoffrey Mwamba has implored defence forces to remain committed to developing and fostering a solid foundation for peace and stability in the region. Mr Mwamba said in Lusaka yesterday that defence forces had a critical role to play … read more »

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Rural women cry for cancer sensitisation

S the Government through the Ministry of Health steps up campaigns on the need for women to go for cancer screening, some residents in Itezhi-itezhi District of the Central Province feel that serious sensitisation programmes should be extended to remote … read more »

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New Year Message for Zambian Football

By Kalusha Bwalya An exceptionally successful year has come to an end. I trust that you share in the profound feeling that in the ended memorable year; a year when we reigned supreme in Africa; a year when we achieved … 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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Zambia: Among the ten most malnourished countries in the world

By Peter Henriot “Yes, 45 per cent of Zambian children are stunted! And yes, Zambia is among the ten most malnourished countries in the world! But how is that possible in a country that is experiencing a bumper harvest this … read more »

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JCTR urges government to prioritise school feeding programmes

The need to provide school feeding programmes in all primary schools in Zambia is central to national development, says the Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection (JCTR). The JCTR said this in light of the study and manual it launched on … read more »

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