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Date: 15 November, 2018. 10:10:29

License suspended for clinical officer who posted pictures of clients online

THE Health Professions Council of Zambia (HPCZ) has suspended the practicing license for Clinical Officer of Nansenga Clinic in Itezhi-tezi, Central Province for allegedly infringing on the patients’ right to privacy. It is alleged that the sus...

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Published on 2018-11-14 10:43:05 via Mwebantu

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Muzeya to fight SA’s Tenge

WORLD Boxing Council (WBC) silver welterweight champion Lorita Muzeya has secured a fight against South Africa’s Noni Tenge. And Oriental Quarries Boxing Promotions (OQBP) director promotions Christopher Malunga has called for amendment to the...

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Published on 2018-11-14 10:41:21 via Sport – The Mast Online

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The decline in sales of tablets is a hard pill to swallow

Source: Statista In 2010 Apple released its first iPad, and other phone makers followed suit with the production of tablets, leading to a global tablet boom. Hell, I saw people switch to using smaller tablets (phablets) as their primary cel...

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Published on 2018-11-14 10:13:53 via TechTrends Zambia

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Pres. Lungu Urges Guard against Social Media Driven Fake News

FULL STATEMENT I spoke against the irresponsible use of social media where some have taken to distorting issues and maliciously spreading misinformation. The extent to which #fakenews is spreading in #Zambia and #Africa at large is alarming. If we...

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Published on 2018-11-13 9:40:35 via Zambia Reports

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POLICE: Argument leads to eight Chinese nationals to fight and shot at each other in Mazabuka

A 25 year old Chinese national identified as Bruce Wang has sustained a dislocated right shoulder and other multiple injuries in a fight that ensued among eight (08) Chinese nationals in Kabobola Mazabuka. The victim sustained a dislocated right shou...

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Published on 2018-11-13 9:40:34 via Mwebantu

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Kagem invests US$11 million in new equipment

KAGEM Mining has invested US$11 million in new equipment to increase operational efficiencies at the world’s largest emerald mine, creating further skilled local jobs in the process. The equipment includes 13 Articulated Dump Trucks (ADTs) with...

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Published on 2018-11-13 8:51:51 via Mwebantu

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Tumvwanganai Ward Election Turns Violence

The Patriotic Front (PF) and the opposition UPND have traded violence and counter violence accusations in the emotionally charged local government election campaigns for the Tumvwanganai Ward. UPND Solwezi Central Member of Parliament Stafford Mul...

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Published on 2018-11-13 6:23:34 via Zambia Reports

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VIOLENT POLICE OFFICER TO LOSE HIS JOB

A police officer whose video has gone viral on social media showing him slapping and assaulting a motorist to dismissed with immediate effect. Inspector General of Police Kakoma Kanganja says the officer does not deserve to be in the service and he h...

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Published on 2018-11-13 3:27:51 via GENERAL NEWS – Lusaka Voice

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Show down looms as HEA overturns HPCZ ban on CBU medical courses

A show down is looming as the Higher Education Authority – HEA has directed the Copperbelt University – CBU to continue running the Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery and Bachelor of Dental Surgery Learning Programmes at the Hig...

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Published on 2018-11-13 22:37:20 via Zambia Business Times

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Show down looms as HEA overturns HPCZ ban on CBU medical courses

A show down is looming as the Higher Education Authority – HEA has directed the Copperbelt University – CBU to continue running the Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery and Bachelor of Dental Surgery Learning Programmes at the Hig...

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Published on 2018-11-13 22:37:20 via Technology – Zambia Business Times

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Zambia Sugar fails to declare dividends on high debt levels

Illovo’s local unit, Zambian Sugar Plc despite recording a total of K2.4 billion in revenue by the end of 31st August 2018, K1.4 billion above the comparative period has announced that the company will not pay its stockholders dividends owin...

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Published on 2018-11-13 21:57:06 via Zambia Business Times

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Zambia Sugar fails to declare dividends on high debt levels

Illovo’s local unit, Zambian Sugar Plc despite recording a total of K2.4 billion in revenue by the end of 31st August 2018, K1.4 billion above the comparative period has announced that the company will not pay its stockholders dividends owin...

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Published on 2018-11-13 21:57:06 via Markets – Zambia Business Times

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‘Wallanism’ Catches Lusambo

Newly elected University of Zambia Students Union (UNZASU) president Warran Hamusunga and his executive paid a courtesy call on Lusaka Province Minister Bowman Lusambo. Hamusunga whose eye-catching slogan ‘Wallah’ literally swept him t...

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Published on 2018-11-13 18:58:12 via Zambia Reports

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Google rebrands ‘Files Go’ to ‘Files by Google’

Files Go was Googles’s file management platform that was launched last year and has since grown to over 30 million  users globally. The company has announced that the platform will now rebrand to Files by Google (in typical fashion of almo...

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Published on 2018-11-13 16:57:37 via TechTrends Zambia

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Pretty dangerous; Stop applying make-up when behind the wheel, RTSA tells women

ROAD Transport and Safety Agency (RTSA) Head of Public Relations Frederick Mubanga  says too much wearing of make-up by female drivers is destructive when driving. In a statement, Mubanga said wearing too much make up can cause road accidents. &...

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Published on 2018-11-13 15:08:25 via Mwebantu

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