All posts by "Hildah"

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By THANDIWE MOYO – THE Kanyama local court heard how a married woman abandoned her husband on account that he could not manage to buy her food or ‘Kaputula’ (under pant). Gertrude Kunda, 22, told...

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By YVONNE SAKALA – SIKANZE Riders bagged the Zambia Cricket Union (ZCU) Lusaka 35 Overs girls’ league played on round robin with an assailable six points despite suffering a defeat at the hands of Potch...

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By YVONNE SAKALA – MORE than 10 teams will tomorrow battle it out in the Handball Association of Zambia (HAZ) Best of Seven championship billed for the Olympic Youth Development Centre (OYDC) in Lusaka. HAZ...

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By CHIPEMA SAKAIMBO – KABWE based artiste Drimz of the Irene Mambilima fame has released the highly anticipated music video to his single track ‘Umutende’. This happens to be a time when a lot of...

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By SAM PHIRI – TODAY, starting at 14:00 hours till late, Kabulonga will be lit and treated to a special VIP musical extravagance from Zambia’s top cream music artistes when they grace the Chez Ntemba...

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By CHUSA SICHONE – ON August 11, this year, Zambia will be holding general elections under the amended Constitution. Besides voting for candidates at presidential, parliamentary, mayoral and councillor levels, eligible citizens will be participating...

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In 2006, at the Youth day celebrations, President Levy Mwanawasa made a declaration. This declaration would compel young people to demonstrate environmental responsibility by taking action for the environment. On October 25, 2007, the Ministry...

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Hello I hope that you are doing well. This week I decided to focus on a trend that is so cute its hard to resist, Babies in head wraps specifically chitenge head wraps. I know...

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IN a series of commentaries based on Uganda’s Okot p’Bteck’s celebrated classic book of poetry, ‘Song of Lawino’, we now take a hard look at a discordant sort of axis of evil, a somewhat triangle...

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GOOD plays will usually raise a variety of concerns, public or private and provide a variation of hypothesis; some open-ended resolve, while other conclusions the audience would require to decipher and infer. Historically, plays have...

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