Daily Mail
Mafro boss surprised with FAZ divorce
MATHEWS KABAMBA, Kitwe SINGAPOREAN kit supplier Mafro Group managing director Mahmoud Gomda is surprised by the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) decision to terminate the kit sponsorship deal. Last week, FAZ communications manager Desmond Katongo announced the termination of...
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Shepolopolo surrender lead to Zimbabwe
ROBINSON KUNDA, Lusaka ZIMBABWE 1 ZAMBIA 1 ZAMBIA yesterday inched closer to progressing to the semi-finals at the Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (COSAFA) Women Championship after battling to a draw with Zimbabwe at Barbourfields Stadium in Bulawayo. Zimbabwe an...
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Mukata case: Cop narrates how he found pistol under plates
CAROLINE KALOMBE, Lusaka A WITNESS yesterday narrated how he discovered the firearm used to shoot a security guard at United Party for National Development (UPND) Chilanga member of Parliament Keith Mukata’s law firm hidden in the lawmaker’s vehicle. This in a matter in which Muk...
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UK Zambians
Quote of the day
        ‘Stop trying to calm the storm, instead calm yourself and the storm will pass.” —Anonymous
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Miners Have Rejected PF,Says Chanda
United Prosperous and Peaceful Zambia(UPPZ) leader Charles Chanda is worried that Zambian miners continue to suffer at the hands of foreign investors, despite voting for the Patriotic Front(PF) in the 2016 elections.
The UPPZ  leader expressed  concern at the poor working conditi...
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SuperSport, Zesco clash
BENEDICT TEMBO, Pretoria ZESCO United’s ambitions in the Confederation Cup will come under a reality check in tonight’s quarter-final, first leg against South African side SuperSport United at Lucas Moripe Stadium. Zesco, who arrived in Pretoria on Wednesday evening, are favourit...
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Cherishing your former school
Educational Journey with EPHAT MUDENDA WHEN you meet someone in the street who smiles at you, a quick thought that you have is that they recognise you, and you’ll try to recall where exactly you met them before. “Your face looks familiar,” you may say after a formal greeting, as...
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