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Date: 23 March, 2019. 10:27:21

Kamanga, Kalu bitter enemies

  By Sports Reporter FOOTBALL Association of Zambia (FAZ) president Andrew Kamanga says his relationship with soccer icon Kalusha Bwalya is “very bad”. Speaking at the public discussion organised by the Press Freedom Committee of...

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Published on 2016-06-17 10:50:06 via Daily Nation » Sport

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Kitwe High Court jails cell phone thieves 3yrs

  By Nation Reporter THE Kitwe High Court has sentenced two men of Kitwe to three years imprisonment with hard labour for stealing a cell phone and a sum of K620 from Fortune Mbale. Kitwe High Court Judge Mercy Makubalo sentenced Misebo Muson...

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Published on 2016-06-17 10:46:14 via Daily Nation » Court News

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94 admitted to the bar

Ninety Four out of 332 candidates who sat for the 2015/2016 Law Bar Examinations have been admitted to the bar. Chief Justice Ireen Mambilima officiated at the Admission Ceremony of the 94 lawyers in Lusaka on Thursday, June 16, 2016.. Justice Mambil...

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Published on 2016-06-17 10:40:51 via Zambian Eye

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ENTERTAINMENT NEWS

‘Cadre for Hire’   By Terence Miselo Renowned comedian Chibwe Katebe tonight at The Frog in Lusaka hosts a special comedy night dubbed ‘Cadre for Hire’ meant to highlight political violence ahead of the August 11 elect...

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Published on 2016-06-17 10:33:04 via Daily Nation » Entertainment

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‘The Post is here to stay’

Not many months ago, the Zambia Revenue Authority came up with all sorts of tax demands against The Post in a clear attempt to close the newspaper. When this legally, factually and otherwise failed, the Zambia Revenue Authority went to the magistrate...

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Published on 2016-06-17 10:01:03 via Zambian Watchdog

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ZESCO hopes to make load shedding a thing of the past, says Henry Kapata

LOAD SHEDDING hours are expected to drop further in the coming weeks and would hopefully soon disappear altogether, Zesco Limited Spokesperson Henry Kapata has said in an interview. Mr. Kapata, said that it was due to new capacity coming on line from...

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Published on 2016-06-16 9:57:54 via Mwebantu New Media » Business

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ZESCO hopes to make load shedding a thing of the past, says Henry Kapata

LOAD SHEDDING hours are expected to drop further in the coming weeks and would hopefully soon disappear altogether, Zesco Limited Spokesperson Henry Kapata has said in an interview. Mr. Kapata, said that it was due to new capacity coming on line from...

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Published on 2016-06-16 9:57:54 via Mwebantu New Media

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Wife pleads for divorce over husband’s weird sexual acts

A HOUSE wife of Lusaka’s Chawama Township has begged the Chawama Local Court to dissolve her marriage of five years because her husband forces her to perform weird sex acts. Bertha Mwale, 39, claimed that her husband Alex Banda, 42, force her t...

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Published on 2016-06-16 9:49:29 via Mwebantu New Media » Local Courts and Police News

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HH pledges to improve agriculture in Chama

UPND President Hakainde Hichilema has pledged to accelerate agricultural activity in Chama South in order to increase food production. Speaking at a mammoth rally held at Chama South market in Chama District this afternoon, Mr. Hichilema said this wi...

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Published on 2016-06-16 9:49:21 via Zambian Intelligence News

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Kwacha racing toward K12 per Dollar

The Zambia Kwacha has again deteriorated against other currencies, just after the Bank of Zambia stopped interfering with market forces. As of today, June 16 2016, almost all commercial banks are selling one US Dollar at more than K11. Private bureau...

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Published on 2016-06-16 9:46:09 via Zambian Watchdog

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Lungu, stop the country from going into flames

President Edgar Lungu is exposing himself as a weak leader. There is just no way a serious leader would keep quiet with all the signs of impending violence during the period leading to elections.   Violence is being committed with impunity and i...

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Published on 2016-06-16 9:40:43 via Zambian Eye

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Opinion: The acquisition of LinkedIn by Microsoft, why should you and I care?

By now, you have heard about Satya Nadella’s largest acquisition since he took the helm at Microsoft, that Microsoft will be buying LinkedIn for US$26.2bn before the end of this...

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Published on 2016-06-16 9:08:56 via TechTrends Zambia

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Zambian woman dumps twins at Zim border, arrested and deported

A Zambian woman who dumped her minor twins at the Victoria Falls Border Post has been deported from Zimbabwe after being sentenced to a suspended six months in jail. Constance Sililo, 32, of Indego Extension in Livingstone, Zambia, dumped the twins a...

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Published on 2016-06-16 8:08:44 via Zambian Watchdog

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HH excites Mandevu Residents

UPND presidential candidate Hakainde Hichilema and his running mate Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba today when they toured Mandevu constituency in Lusaka. The tour was however interrupted by suspected PF Cadres who...

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Published on 2016-06-16 23:31:45 via Zambian Eye

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Zambian registered aircrafts free to fly into the EU

The European Union -EU-has lifted the ban on Zambian air carriers to dot its skies in a bid to boost tourism and increase traffic between the southern African country and the EU. The lifting of the lid means that Zambian registered aircrafts are free...

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Published on 2016-06-16 20:15:48 via BUSINESS – Lusaka Voice

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