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FOR some time now, Zambian athletes have shot up to the summit on the tracks with a measure of pride. Saviour Kombe, a 400metre runner is one of the athletes that have stormed the international...

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MUFULIRA Arts Council (MAC) at the little theatre behind the hosting a successful inaugural summit of the Copperbelt Theatre Arts Promoters (CTAP) meeting last weekend, besides, has set Are the Gods to Blame, a play...

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When Edward Bernays wrote his first Public Relations (PR) textbook ‘Engineering Consent’ in 1923, most students and practitioners of PR and most top management officials seemed and still appear to be mixed up about what...

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THE demand for quality education in Zambia cannot be overemphasised especially in an era when the country is actively pursuing prospects of becoming a middle-income country by the year 2030. In rural Zambia, however, many...

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Have you ever wondered why so many people in spite of knowing what they want and what to do to get that just do not manage? Why is it that so many people become monumental...

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IN case you missed last week’s article here is a quick recap, planning a stress-free wedding is every bride and groom’s cup of tea but how to avoid or get rid of the stress is...

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I hope you had a fantastic week. Mine was a little horrific as I had a nasty bout of food poisoning that saw me dash to the hospital. It’s summer and yes it is the...

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The grapevine always unfolded at the watering hole and this evening found Lazzo perched at the far end of the sprawling counter stretching from the east to the west. It was the blabbermouth of the...

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For those like me who get so drunk, we end up in all sorts of undesirable problems including and especially unnecessary beatings, you might think these are situations we get used to.  The biggest problem...

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YESTERDAY and today Jazz and music lovers are being treated to a rare but rich festival that is being seen in Zambia for the first time. According to the organisers, the Stanbic Bank and Misty...

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