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Let President do his work
MWAPE MWENYA, Lusaka SENIOR Chief Shakumbila of the Ila and Sala people of Central Province has urged opposition political leaders pushing for regime change to give President Lungu space to deliver on his campaign promises. The traditional leader said in a phone call from his pal...
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Has emergence of ICT aided ease of doing business?
Analysis: PETER SICHINSAMBWE INFORMATION Communication Technology is driving Zambia forward and ensuring a seamless integration of systems and process as well as creating new opportunities for business. The ICT sector underpins everything that happens in the economy and it is ess...
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10,000 GBV cases recorded from January to date
ZIO MWALE, Lusaka THE Ministry of Gender has recorded over 10,000 cases of gender-based violence (GBV) from January to date with a call on young people to join the fight against the vice. Ministry of Gender’s gender rights protection acts, vice director Ernest Lungu said at a med...
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Indeni to appeal Kansanshi verdict
MATHEWS KABAMBA, Ndola DIVISION One Zone Two side Indeni will appeal the decision by the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) disciplinary committee to award three points to Kansanshi Dynamos. On Monday, FAZ awarded Dynamos three points and a 3-0 scoreline in a case where Indeni...
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Plant ‘Pogba’ , nurture a ‘Neymar’! Part 1
Analysis: FELIX TEMBO TWO seasons ago, one of the great football teams in the world, Manchester United, bought New Guinean born French player by the name of Paul Pogba for €89 million. This is equivalent to K1.1 billion. A season later, PSG of France bought the Brazilian player N...
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High taxes worry tourism sector
CHALI MULENGA, Livingstone LIVINGSTONE Tourism Association (LTA) is concerned with the low room occupancy levels in hotels and lodges in the tourist capital, which is below 45 percent. Association president Alexander Mutali said the high taxes in the tourism industry are affectin...
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Being hygiene-conscious important
Dear editor, THAT high density areas in Lusaka are the ones that are mostly affected by the cholera outbreak is a source of grave concern, especially considering the rate at which the disease is spreading. The epidemic broke out in October, which is a rare occurrence. This is bec...
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