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February 15, 2014 - 0 Comments

LAST week’s article was about how the fourth finger came to be the wedding ring finger, what the ring symbolises and how best you can protect and take care of the valuable ring. Wedding is...

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SORRY but the honeymoon is over. I think by my standards, I have done extremely well to avoid taking any form of alcohol from just before Christmas to now. The secret of taking strong coffee...

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HELLO, I hope you are all feeling healthy and lovely this week, especially considering that it was Valentines week. I am embarking on a four-part series of miracle spices that are basically renowned for their...

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By BRENDA MUNTEMBA – IMAGINE the world without radio! Probably there would be less of “Have you heard” and definitely news would take forever to reach the intended recipients. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and...

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THE other week on Friday February 7, Minister of Tourism and Arts Sylvia Masebo made an audacious, bold and brave move; in a single word I would equally describe it as courageous. The minister met...

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February 14, 2014 - 0 Comments

Ever heard of a popular gambling game of the 1990s, ‘Aka Red, Naka Black,’ which captured the imagination of many unsuspecting people, especially along the line of rail, who won, but mostly lost their hard...

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The increasing educational failure rates in schools and other learning institutions can be a sure way of raising a cadre of workers whose performance in socio-cultural, economic, political, legal and technological development processes of this...

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I recently returned to Ndola, and as I drove down Kabelenga Avenue from Kwacha Road to the Times of Zambia offices where I once worked (1969-1992), old memories started flooding back. Former United States president...

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  By REBECCA MUSHOTA – ‘SAVED by the bell’ phrase comes from possibly two scenarios. The first scenario is that of a boxer who is in danger of losing a bout and is ‘saved’ from...

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By  SYLVIA MWEETWA  – THE continued loss of lives on the Great North Road in Chibombo area has been a source of concern to everyone The continued reports of road traffic accidents on the stretch of the road is rapidly creating  phobia to the travellers....

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