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Schools re-open January 23
DOREEN NAWA, Lusaka GOVERNMENT has brought forward the date for the re-opening of government schools to January 23, 2018. And Government will today open some of the markets which had been closed following the cholera outbreak two months ago. This follows a fall in the number of c...
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Woman accused of affair with father-in-law
MELODY MUPETA, Kitwe A WOMAN of Kitwe is seeking to divorce her husband after he accused her of having a child with her father-in-law. Memory Sevente sued Kenney Kapinga for divorce on grounds that he is abusive and has no respect for her. Sevente told the court that she got marr...
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Kabwe ditches Power
MATHEWS KABAMBA, Kitwe and ALEX NJOVU, Lusaka FORMER Power Dynamos coach Dan Kabwe says he will take a break from the dugout and reflect on the way forward. Kabwe resigned from Super Division side Power on Thursday, two years before his contract expires. Kabwe confirmed in Kitwe...
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Mayors nod Lungu meeting over Super Division teams
ALEX NJOVU and CECILIA ZULU, Lusaka TWO civic leaders are happy that President Edgar Lungu took note of concerns they raised over the fate of newly-promoted Super Division sides. Kitwe United, New Monze Swallows, Kabwe Youth Soccer Academy (KYSA) and National Assembly will campai...
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Slum upgrade: Answer to urbanisation, smart cities
DOREEN NAWA, Lusaka THOUGH urbanisation has positive economic benefits, it is blamed for unplanned settlements. Further, it shoulders the blame for indiscriminate disposal of waste, lack of sanitation, high crime rate and other vices prevalent in cities in developing countries. Z...
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Bandits wound police officer at Kasumbalesa
CHISHALA MUSONDA, Kasumbalesa SUSPECTED Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) bandits have shot and wounded a Zambian police officer at the Kasumbalesa border. And a truck driver who was robbed at gun point of K700 and US$400 cash says he wetted his pair of trousers when suspected c...
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Making of a village entrepreneur
NICHOLAS KAWINGA, Sinda THE lamentation is common among young people, including college and university graduates – there are no jobs. But Sayeni Banda is totally different. Sayeni is an up-and-coming young village entrepreneur who owns and runs a well-stocked, small grocery shop...
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