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‘South Africa will be hard nut to crack’
ROBINSON KUNDA, Lusaka ZAMBIA women national team coach Albert Kachinga has predicted a tough semi-final clash against South Africa on Thursday at the Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (COSAFA) Championship at Barbourfields Stadium in Bulawayo. Kachinga said in an...
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Women also to blame for marital problems: Reactions
Speak out on Violence: DORIS KASOTE RECENTLY, I had an interaction with some male colleagues who expressed their thoughts on why they feel women contribute to marriages breaking down. The article was entitled, Women also to blame for marital problems. I received some reactions fr...
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Mandatory HIV testing discriminatory – MAZ
ARTHUR MWANSA, Lusaka THE Medical Association of Zambia (MAZ) and Health Professions Council of Zambia (HPCZ) say the call for HIV mandatory testing of all new workers in the civil service is discriminatory and against the principle of confidentiality in the medical field. In sep...
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Guard against complacency, Buffaloes told
SYLVESTER CHISHIMBA, Lusaka GREEN Buffaloes coach Bilton Musonda has urged his players against complacency after dislodging champions Zanaco from the summit of the Super Division log. Buffaloes beat Zanaco 2-0 in a Week 28 match on Sunday at Nkoloma Stadium in Lusaka to climb to...
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‘Let’s buy local products’
KELLY NJOMBO, Lusaka MERSH Investments Limited has called on Zambians to support local industries by buying locally-produced products to contribute to job creation and help stabilise the Kwacha. Company director Evangelos Chatzigiannidis has commended Government for creating a co...
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Agricultural highlights from President Lungu’s address
NKOLE NKOLE, Lusaka LAST Friday, President Edgar Lungu officially opened the second session of the Twelfth National Assembly and delivered an address which he said came almost at a mid-year term of Zambia’s Vision 2030. The speech gave President Lungu the chance to explain the de...
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Clean up civil service
Dear editor, THE revelation that over 500 teachers in Zambia have forged certificates should not come as a surprise to any person who is familiar with corruption and the poor work culture in our country. This is a country that has tolerated a lot of illegality in the civil servic...
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