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IT is therefore, a wise parent who counsels his son or daughter, “Choose your partner on the basis of what he or she is now, not on the basis of the change you thing you...

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THERE is a debate that has come up after the Ministry of Education introduced the new school curriculum that entails that children in the lower grades should be instructed in the local languages depending on...

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THE step taken by Young Men Christian Association (YMCA) to train 20 men as its ambassadors to spearhead Its “Good Husband Campaign” aimed at reducing rising cases of Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV) against...

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LAST week’s article was about having a valentine’s day incorporated into a wedding theme, as this is the month of love. A Valentine’s Day wedding is beautiful, memorable and cherished, love is the order of...

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ATTENDING a funeral back home in Eastern Province last weekend, I was accosted by a childhood friend I had long forgotten about and whom I had never imagined I would meet again. How he remembered...

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BORN and bred on the Copperbelt, Lazzo was quick to find out that Lusaka, the citadel of local civilisation, was a gem of a place. Everything was here, including some of the finest women one...

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HELLO dear friends! I trust that you are all well. This week we look at how to ensure that you stay healthy and comfortable when travelling. I know that with globalisation and increasing trade avenues,...

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AT Independence in 1964, Zambia’s human population averaged just below three million people residing across 752,000 square kilometres of land. Fifty years down the line, the country’s population has increased to more than thirteen million...

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TWO weeks ago, I wrote an article on the challenges of voluntary medical male circumcision and I received a lot of reactions from readers. Here is one interesting response that I got: Hello Enock, I...

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BY SYCORAX TIYESA NDHLOVU – ZAMBIA is making strides in its democratic dispensation and economic development as multi-party politics has brought about divergent and opposing views while infrastructure development is currently taking place throughout the...

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