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Donor funding can evoke all kinds of emotions and misperceptions in people who have little or no knowledge about its purpose and how it works. MWEWA MWANSA describes how he helped rehabilitate a handicapped child...

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By NORMA  SIAME – A STUDY published in 2010 on women came to a conclusion that women are their own worst enemies. Not only were they unwilling to support fellow women but would constantly pull...

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It is interesting to note that Zambian legendary musician Nashil Pitchen Kazembe is still a hero especially in East Africa, where people think he hails from. This is seen from a writer who, during the...

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By ENOS SINKONDE Jr – THE leopard has the largest geographic range of all known cats and is the most solitary and secretive of Africa’s big cats. It is found throughout most of Africa south of the Sahara and...

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As Zambia prepares to celebrate her golden jubilee on October 24, 2014 I remember some of the heroes who sacrificed their professional careers to free the country from the shackles of colonialism, neo-colonialism, racism and...

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By JONES. H. MUNANG’ANDU – Perhaps you can remember being tired after hours of work. But then you were invited to do something that you really enjoyed, such as play a game or go for...

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By SYLVIA MWEETWA  – THE continued loss of lives along the Great North Road has put Central Province under the spotlight as the most affected province in Zambia, bringing fear among the travelling public. Because of those road traffic accidents, fear has gripped...

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By KAMAYOYO IMASIKU – IN one of our recent articles, we looked at “Who is an Architect” and we saw how the real definition was leaning more towards a professional line. We now move to...

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By STEPHEN KAPAMBWE Sometime in 2012, Mrs Ireen Sitenge Nyambe travelled to Namibia. Her trip was prompted by her niece’s illness. According to doctors, Mrs Nyambe’s niece was in the last stages of kidney failure...

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By Potipher Tembo – IN Lusaka last week, a group of Grade 12 Munali Secondary School pupils rushed to the media to complain about the school’s administration refusing to allow them pay their examination fees...

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