Daily Mail
Offshore accounts fishy
STEVEN MVULA and CATHERINE MUMBA, Parliament VICE-PRESIDENT Inonge Wina has urged Zambians to take keen interest in individuals with offshore accounts because such financial records are usually associated with illicit activities such as terrorism and funding of mercenaries to des...
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We’re FBI and happy about it
JACK ZIMBA, Lusaka MIRRIAM Kaziya and Lilian Kalunga sit bubbly at a restaurant in Lusaka. The two sisters are both wearing heavy make-up and above-the-knee dresses. For Mirriam, her dress is short enough to reveal an elaborate tattoo covering her right thigh. Both women are ligh...
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Welcome to Lumezi, Pilila Jere’s delight
CHRISTINE CHISHA, Lusaka JOHN Grimond, the former economist foreign editor, in 2005 revisited Lundazi, a place where he taught 40 years earlier as an 18-year-old Briton filling in just before university. He wrote a special report for his former employers which he simply titled “R...
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Lungu’s legacy of love, peace
VIOLET MENGO, Lusaka LOVE, peace and reconciliation: These are the secret ingredients President Lungu seems to be mixing in his leadership characteristics as he drives the country towards prosperity and sustainable development. On several occasions, President Lungu, in his quest...
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‘FAZ has set bad precedence over Power decision’
SYLVESTER CHISHIMBA and ROBINSON KUNDA, Lusaka FOOTBALL administrator Simataa Simataa says the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) disciplinary and appeals committees have set a bad precedence by awarding points to Power Dynamos. On Thursday, the FAZ appeals committee awarded Po...
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Embrace hard work, Lions star tells Zambian players
MATHEWS KABAMBA, Ndola CAMEROON midfielder Clinton N’jie has urged Zambian players to embrace hard work and sacrifice if they are to be signed on by top European teams. N’jie said in an interview in Ndola yesterday that Zambian players have what it takes to feature for top teams...
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Anti-GBV courts on fast track
MWAPE MWENYA, Ndola THE Department for International Development (DFID) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) have given Zambia K3 million for the construction of four anti-GBV fast-track courts. The courts will be constructed in Mongu, Choma, Ndola and Livingstone....
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