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Bandit shot dead
BUTTYSON KANDIMBA, Solwezi POLICE in Kabompo have shot dead a suspected dangerous criminal after three unknown people attacked a salesman and stole K60,000 cash from him. North-Western Province Commissioner of Police Auxensio Daka said in a statement yesterday that the suspect wa...
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Let us decongest, clean Lusaka permanently
Analysis: EVANS NGOMA LUSAKA has seen a phenomenal boom and increase in both vehicular and human traffic, which has inevitably put pressure on available infrastructure. Just to illustrate significant comparisons and contrasts, on December 27 last year, I took a drive around Lusak...
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Indeni to aid road sector with enhanced bitumen production
Analysis: BENEDICT TEMBO INDENI Petroleum Limited board chairperson Yamfwa Mukanga has handed the company’s new managing director, David Lungu, the challenge to increase the production of bitumen, especially now that road construction in the country is in full gear. Mr Mukanga’s...
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Walter, Larry on Nkana Confed Cup rota
MATHEWS KABAMBA, Kitwe NKANA have included striker Walter Bwalya and Power Dynamos midfielder Larry Bwalya for the 2018 Confederation Cup and Super Division campaign. Walter has been linked with a move to Algerian side MC Algiers. Nkana are on bye to the first round of the contin...
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K2 million set to get kids out of streets
LINDA NYONDO, Lusaka GOVERNMENT has set aside K2 million to empower families whose children are living on the streets in different parts of the country. The family empowerment programme will be done before to re-integrate children living on the streets with their families. Minist...
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Keep clean as schools reopen
Children's Corner with PANIC CHILUFYA THE announcement last Sunday that public and private schools will open on January 22 for the new academic year elated most pupils and students, except those from University of Zambia (UNZA) and Copperbelt University (CBU). This included my ne...
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Turning wheels towards eco-friendly spaces
LILLIAN BANDA, Lusaka IT HAS become abundantly clear that there is an urgent need to conserve nature and natural resources so that future generations can benefit from the earth’s resources. It is for this reason that many programmes targeted at educating the general public and en...
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