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African democracy is becoming of age

Gambian presidential elections Twitter Facebook LinkedIn ONYEKACHI WAMBU1 DECEMBER 20160 COMMENTS Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, said: I congratulate Adama Barrow on his victory in the Gambian presidential election on 1

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The Gambia: Freedom House Applauds Peaceful Elections, Urges Peaceful Transition

Washington  –  December 2, 2016 —   In response to the release of The Gambia’s December 1, 2016 election results, Freedom House issued the following statement: “Freedom House congratulates the people of The

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Zambia’s Envoy Emmanuel Mwamba mourns Fidel Castro Ruz

Zambia’s High Commissioner to South Africa H.E Emmanuel Mwamba mourns Fidel Castro Ruz

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Goal posts have to be fair

Goal posts have to be fair

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Musokotwane Compassion Mission Zambia – MCMZ – Lusaka Chapter

SERVE WITH US FOR THE YEAR 2017 Hello friends! Are you having a heavy calling to serve as a volunteer

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Dr. Tukiya Kankasa-Mabula launches ZAC’s Centro Shopping Kabulonga 

By Derrick Sinjela www.derricksinjela.blogspot.com Bank of Zambia (BoZ) Deputy Governor Administration, Dr. Tukiya Kankasa-Mabula has applauded the Zambia Anglican Council {ZAC)

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Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) on enhancing road safety

By Daniel Mwamba Every single day in Zambia there are serious road crashes, with thousands of people being killed or

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The Latest Radio Sensation On air (Radio) Gyft M’membe aka Mr Tonix

BACKGROUND INFORMATION Surname: M’membe First Name: gyft On air (Radio) Name: mr Tonix Born : April 20 199… Place of

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Farming Season is here, what you plant matters

By William Chilufya, Hivos Southern Africa In the midst of a rising population, diminishing resources, a fluctuating economy and deteriorating

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Official launch of the Lusaka Water Security Initiative (LuWSI)

WHY: Lusaka’s demand for water, estimated to now be over 600,000m3 per day, significantly outstrips supply from the Kafue River

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