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On the move ‘for the country’s benefit’
KABANDA CHULU, Lusaka THE benefits of undertaking presidential trips abroad cannot be over-emphasised. These trips are of great benefit to the country since they provide an opportunity to market Zambia at an international level. They also help to build international relations, st...
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Teachers’ forged papers worrying
Dear Editor, I NEED to add a voice over the recent revelations, where over 500 teachers were found to have forged results. It is really dis-hearting to see that the very people supposed to guard our education system are in the fore-front. This act is not only criminal but also re...
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Livingstone in 94,000 mosquito nets
SHIKANDA KAWANGA, Livingstone THE Ministry of Health has completed the distribution of 94,000 mosquito nets in Livingstone to safeguard the lives of the residents from malaria. Livingstone district medical director Cliff Hara said in an interview that the distribution of the mosq...
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Reproductive health curriculum can help change teen behaviour: Reactions
Children's Corner with PANIC CHILUFYA BELOW are some reactions to last week’s column entitled ‘reproductive health curriculum can help change teen behaviour’. Dear Ms Chilufya. I am inclined to agree with you that teaching reproductive health could help to address the worrying le...
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Agro firm to help 10,000 smallholder farmers
KELLY NJOMBO, Lusaka AGDEVCO, an agri-business investor, has invested over US$5 million in Katito Farming Enterprises Limited (Katito) to boost production and promote market linkages for 10, 000 smallholder farmers in Mbala district. The investment, which is a key part of AgDevCo...
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‘South Africa will be hard nut to crack’
ROBINSON KUNDA, Lusaka ZAMBIA women national team coach Albert Kachinga has predicted a tough semi-final clash against South Africa on Thursday at the Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (COSAFA) Championship at Barbourfields Stadium in Bulawayo. Kachinga said in an...
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Women also to blame for marital problems: Reactions
Speak out on Violence: DORIS KASOTE RECENTLY, I had an interaction with some male colleagues who expressed their thoughts on why they feel women contribute to marriages breaking down. The article was entitled, Women also to blame for marital problems. I received some reactions fr...
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