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Green Eagles missed opportunity
Dear editor, WHEN Orlando Pirates came calling on Green Eagles in the CAF Champions League preliminary round first leg in Lusaka on Saturday, it was an opportunity to make hay while the sun shone. Eagles apparently underrated their own popularity as well as that of Pirates by cho...
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State budgets K5 million for African Games
ROBINSON KUNDA, Lusaka GOVERNMENT will spend K5 million to send 67 athletes and 15 officials to Morocco for the African Games getting under way on Friday in Rabat. And Government has included the under-20 women football team on the contingent travelling to Morocco.http://epaper.d...
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Illegal trade chokes soya beans market
ESTHER MSETEKA, Lusaka THE sustainability of crop diversification and value addition are being hampered by the influx of illegal trade in cooking oil, thus affecting the soya beans market, a milling company has said. The country requires about 120,000 tonnes of vegetable oil whic...
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Politicians must be salt of the Earth – Lungu
CHOMBA MUSIKA, Chinsali PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu has urged the Church to counsel politicians against politicking devoid of Christian values. The President has wondered why the Church is not quick to remind politicians on the need to practise sober politics in line with their Christi...
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Janny Sikazwe wants match assessors introduced
ALEX NJOVU, Lusaka ZAMBIA top FIFA referee Janny Sikazwe says there is need to introduce referee assessors if the standards of officiating are to improve. Sikazwe said assessors will closely monitor the performance of match officials.http://epaper.daily-mail.co.zm/
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Community radio as watchdog
NDANGWA MWITTAH, Livingstone LESSLY Chibele is a member of the Voice of Kalomo Community Radio Station’s Luyaba Radio Listening Club. Luyaba is a satellite community in Zimba about 54 kilometres from Kalomo town. Mr Chibele says being a member of the club has helped her in many w...
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More trades training colleges coming
CHOMBA MUSIKA, Isoka PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu yesterday commissioned the K25.7 million Isoka Trades Training Institute with a pledge that more skills training institutes will be opened in various parts on Zambia. The President said Government’s ambitious resolve to build skills trai...
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