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498 forged certificates: Cheating pays not
Dear editor, THE revelation by the Teaching Council of Zambia (TCZ) that 498 teachers were found with forged documents is not only shameful but also sad. When TCZ was being established some people were against it, saying it was a duplication of the Teaching Service Commission (TS...
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Farm block solar energy project on hold
TRYNESS TEMBO, Lusaka GRIDBOW Engineers says the funder of the US$30 million solar energy project in the four farm blocks awaits detailed feasibility studies to proceed. Early this year, Government granted Gridbow Engineers, a South African firm, the rights to supply affordable s...
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Those sex parties must be stopped
Gender Focus with EMELDA MWITWA THE sex orgy by over 100 adolescents aged between 13 and 18 in Lusaka’s Woodlands township, on September 1, 2017, made sad reading. And the questions by many moralists after that unfortunate exposé is that where have we gone wrong for our children...
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One year of Edgar Lungu’s Presidency
ANTHONY MUKWITA, Stockholm ONE year down the line, it seems like a whirlwind the events that catapulted politician Edgar Lungu into the Office of the President of Africa’s second largest copper producer Zambia. Eye-witness accounts abound and remain mixed but the popular notion i...
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Chitotela schools dual carriageway project critics
STEVEN MVULA, Lusaka MINISTER of Housing and Infrastructure Development Ronald Chitotela has described assertions by some people that the US$1.2 billion Lusaka-Ndola dual carriageway project is too expensive as unrealistic. Mr Chitotela told journalists at a media briefing in Lus...
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Witnesses testify in ritual killers case
PRISCILLA CHIPULU, Lusaka TWO police officers yesterday testified in the Lusaka High Court how a suspected ritual killer led them to the crime scene where bodies of those murdered were found. Chilenje Police Station detective inspector David Siloka said during investigations that...
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‘Maize briefcase buyers exploiting farmers’
JIMMY CHIBUYE, Choma SOME unscrupulous briefcase businessmen and women are on rampage exploiting unsuspecting farmers in Choma by buying a 50 kilogramme bag of maize at K40 each. Ministry of Agriculture is, however, happy that most farmers are selling their commodity to the Food...
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