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Tonga chiefs forgive Chama

    Tonga chiefs have forgiven Patriotic Front (PF) secretary general Davies Chama for his remarks suggesting that the UPND would not  form Government for another 100 years unless members sired more children from their polygamous marriages, which  offended the Tongas. This follows an apology by Vice President Inonge Wina who regretted that the remarks […]

Ivorians out

  THE Zambia Under -23 national soccer team yesterday eliminated Ivory Coast from the Senegal 2015 African Championship in a dramatic post-match penalties via 4-3 scoreline after the game ended in a barren draw in regulation time. The win brings Zambia closer to participating at the Olympic game next year where the top three teams […]

Buffaloes date tricky Power

  GREEN Buffaloes will be looking forward to putting their week 17 woes behind when they take on tricky Power Dynamos this afternoon at the Arthur Davies Stadium in a week 18 encounter which promises to be explosive. Buffaloes will have to give this game the attention it deserves if they are to avoid losing […]

Public coffers spending

02 August 2015

  Barely one year after President Robert Mugabe promised to increase the wages of public service workers,  the government has ordered severe austerity measures including retrenchments and slicing of public emoluments from 80 to 40 percent of government revenue. Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa has declared that 83 percent of government’s $2 billion costs were going […]

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TODAY’S TEXT MESSAGES

02 August 2015

GBM FREE TO BELONG TO ANY PARTY OF HIS CHOICE Editor, I refer to a letter by one Mr Gerald Chanda published in your paper of 30th July. We are all agreed that it is truly GBM’s democratic right to belong to any party of his choice. Our only concern was that your man wanted […]

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Last days: The end is near, rapture must be close

02 August 2015

It is important to believe and understand that every word in the Bible is true. Christ will truly come back in His glorified body. Christ will sit on David’s real throne and reign over a real earth for 1,000 real years. Many signs will show us that Christ is about to return in power and […]

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Zambia, Malawi committed to democracy, says Lungu

02 August 2015

ZAMBIA has praised Malawi for its continued commitment to the tenets of democracy and good governance after the election of Professor Peter Mutharika as that country’s fifth republican President last year. And President Mutharika paid glowing tribute to Zambia for being the first country to offer assistance to Malawi during the state funeral of his […]

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Councillors get new president

02 August 2015

  Newly elected Local Government Association of Zambia (LGAZ) president Samuel Munthali has pledged to create a good relationship between the central Government and the association. And Mr Munthali has urged losing candidates to rally behind him and put aside the outcome of the LGAZ presidential elections. Mr Munthali polled 51 votes against his closest […]

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Emulate chiefs, politicians told

02 August 2015

Politicians can learn a lot from the unity exhibited by traditional leaders, Vice President Inonge Wina has said. She said this during the Ukusefya Pa Ngwena traditional ceremony of the Bemba-speaking people in Mungwi district yesterday. Mrs Wina said the ceremony had shown that Zambians were united and could not be divided on ethic lines. […]

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Prophet in court for defamation

02 August 2015

A 23-year-old prophet has been dragged to court in Lusaka for allegedly accusing a woman of bewitching her husband. This is in a case in which Prophet Teddy Jere of John Laing compound has been sued by Toliwe Zulu, 47, of the same compound for defamation for accusing  her of  having bewitched her husband. However, […]

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Woman apologizes to hubby for sleeping in shorts

02 August 2015

  A woman has apologized to her husband in a Lusaka local court for sleeping in shorts. Christine Siamungele, 25, of Old Kanyama compound apologized to her husband, Stanley Chanda, 27, a pastor of the same compound who sued her for divorce. The two got married in 2011 and  have two children. Dowry was not […]

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ANALYSIS

02 August 2015

Factors to consider in improving zambia’s petroleum product supply chain – some thoughts Often time, we read in the media various stories about challenges the country faces in enjoying sustained petroleum product supply. This comes against a backdrop of world crude oil price movements which fall and rise are supposed to be passed on to […]

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Let’s break trade barriers, says Mutharika

02 August 2015

  MALAWIAN President Peter Mutharika yesterday officially opened the 89th Zambia Agriculture and Commercial Show in Lusaka with a call on Zambia and Malawi to break the trade barriers that are stifling the growth of trade between the two countries. Professor Mutharika said Zambia’s agriculture and commercial show had grown beyond the regional borders and […]

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