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‘Mumbwa Mumbwa’ tag sheds off
ALVIN CHIINGA, Mumbwa A FEW decades ago, a person visiting the capital Lusaka from Mumbwa town would be referred to as a ‘Mumbwa Mumbwa’, due to the perceived backwardness of the town in terms of development. This derogatory tag was coined to send a message that residents of Mumb...
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Excessive speed: Leading cause of accidents in Zambia
Ask RTSA: FREDRICK MUBANGA EXCESSIVE and inappropriate speed is one of the leading factors contributing to road injury and fatalities that the country is recording. The higher the speed, the greater the stopping distance required, and hence the increased risk of a crash. Accordin...
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FAZ to award Kitwe, Kalulushi points
ROBINSON KUNDA, Lusaka THE Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) disciplinary committee will sit to determine whether Kitwe United should be awarded points from their Week Nine fixture against Indeni. The Ndola side allegedly used an ineligible player Mathews Simbeye in a Division...
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Doctor’s victims swell to 12
NKOMBO KACHEMBA, Lufwanyama THE number of patients who have developed abscesses after being injected with an unknown drug by a Congolese national, who was masquerading as a medical doctor, has risen to 12. Police in Lufwanyama on Sunday arrested Samson Kalala, 48, a Congolese nat...
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FRA rejects pest-infected maize
KABANDA CHULU, Chadiza THE Food Reserve Agency (FRA) has rejected over 1,000 bags of white maize at Mwangazi satellite depot in Chadiza after finding some traces of large grain borer in the grain. FRA executive director Chola Kafwabulula said here yesterday that the outbreak of l...
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Aquaculture needs private sector to cushion fish shortage
ESTHER MSETEKA, Lusaka LUSAKA is currently experiencing a shortage of fish, mainly tilapia that has been attributed to high demand from the public. Aquaculture Development Association of Zambia president Fisho Mwale said there is high demand for fish and has since called for more...
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Gift takes advantage of re-entry policy
CHAMBO NG’UNI, Kabwe AT THE age of 22, one should be in a tertiary institution pursuing either a diploma or degree in a course of her choice. But this is not the case for Gift Nyambe, who resides in one of the rural communities in Itezhi tezhi district, Central Province. She is o...
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