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First National Bank Zambia (FNB) first seven (7) ‘Win Big with FNB eWallet’ promotion winners

First National Bank Zambia (FNB) first seven (7) ‘Win Big with FNB eWallet’ promotion winners

LUSAKA, Zambia – (Thursday 23 January 2020) – First National Bank Zambia (FNB) has announced the first seven (7) winners in its ‘Win Big with FNB eWallet’ promotion, which runs until 29 February 2020. The promotion gives FNB customers an opportunity to win their share of over K80,000 in prizes. On 14 January 2020, the Bank conducted its first draw in the campaign which is intended to sweeten the act of sending an eWallet which has become a staple of money transactions in Zambia since its launch in 2012. “We believe that the launch of this promotion was timely and...

Highvie Hamududu launches Party of National Unity (PNU) Zambia,

By Branding Zambia 2014 in Lusaka’s Sunningdale, North of State House on May 2nd 2017 FORMER UPND Bweengwa Member of Parliament Highvie Hamududu has officially launched a new political party called Party for National Unity (PNU). Addressing a news conference during the launch of the party in Lusaka today, Mr Hamududu who served as MP from 2006 until 2011 when the UPND declined his application to recontest the seat said the aim of launching the new party is to unify the nation. Mr Hamududu, a UNZA trained Economist said PNU will aim at promoting the true spirit of national unity...

THE CONSTITUTION OF ZAMBIA (AMENDMENT) BILL, 2019

THE CONSTITUTION OF ZAMBIA (AMENDMENT) BILL, 2019

THE CONSTITUTION OF ZAMBIA (AMENDMENT) BILL, 2019 MEMORANDUM The object of this Bill is to amend the Constitution of Zambia so as to— (a) revise the Preamble in order to reaffirm the Christian character of Zambia; (b) revise the principles and values of the Constitution; (c) revise the electoral system for elections to the NationalAssembly; (d) revise the period for dissolution of the National Assembly; (e) revise the period of hearing and determination of apresidential election petition; (f) revise the manner of election of mayor and councilchairperson; (g) establish the office of deputy minister; (h) revise the composition of the...

Unicaf University Zambia rewards female creativity and innovation on  World Intellectual Property Day (WIPD)

Unicaf University Zambia rewards female creativity and innovation on World Intellectual Property Day (WIPD)

    Posted by Derrick Sinjela on Sunday, January 19, 2020 www.unicaf.org ABOUT UNICAF Unicaf is the leading online platform offering affordable, quality higher education to underserved markets, in collaboration with reputable universities in the UK, US, Europe and Africa. Unicaf offers one of the most generous scholarship programmes available today. With the financial support of Unicaf Scholarships and by utilising the Unicaf state-of-the-art digital learning platform, students in sub-Saharan Africa, and almost anywhere in the world, can have access to internationally recognised higher education. Unicaf partners with universities in the UK, the US, Europe and Africa to offer online, quality undergraduate and post graduate degrees, to the benefit of thousands of...

Chibaula D. Silwamba is married to Euphrasia Fara Mawere Silwamba

Chibaula D. Silwamba is married to Euphrasia Fara Mawere Silwamba

THE Media in the house… Posted by Chibaula D. Silwamba on Friday, February 14, 2014   https://www.facebook.com/1278770913/posts/10216287266435833/?app=fbl Chibaula D. Silwamba is married to Euphrasia Fara Mawere Silwamba Spending the weekend in New York with my brother Chibaula D. Silwamba & his dear wife Euphrasia Fara Mawere Silwamba and their cute boy Muyembe. Kachinvya Silwamba has travelled to be with us too. God is good! Posted by Enocent Silwamba on Saturday, April 16, 2016

CUTS submission to the Zambian Parliamentary Committee on National Economy, Trade and Labour matters

CUTS submission to the Zambian Parliamentary Committee on National Economy, Trade and Labour matters

CUTS SUBMISSION TO PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEE ON NATIONAL ECONOMY, TRADE AND LABOUR MATTERS TOPIC: FINANCIAL INCLUSION VIS-À-VIS THE USE OF DIGITAL PAYMENT PLATFORMS IN ZAMBIA The Consumer Unity Trust Society – CUTS Lusaka this morning appeared before a parliamentary committee to make a submission on Financial Inclusion Vis-à-vis the Use of Digital Payment Platforms in Zambia, the team lead by CUTS Center Coordinator Ms Chenai Mukumba appeared before the committee chaired by MP Liuwa Constituency Hon Dr. Situmbeko Musokotwane at 10:15 today Wednesday 15th January 2020. Find below a summary of the submission that was presented by CUTS Research Assistant Mr...

Jamila Massey (born 7 January 1934) is a British actress and writer. Massey playing Auntie Satya radio soap The Archers, Jamila Ranjha in Mind Your Language, and Neelam Kapoor in EastEnders

Jamila Massey (born 7 January 1934) is a British actress and writer. Massey playing Auntie Satya radio soap The Archers, Jamila Ranjha in Mind Your Language, and Neelam Kapoor in EastEnders

Jamila Ranjha Jamila Ranjha Jamila Ranjha is a student in Jeremy Brown‘s EFL class. She is played by Jamila Massey. Jamila is a housewife from India who likes to knit. She is a Christian, though she exclaims “Buddha!” in “A Point of Honour” when the class argue over which religion is the true one, possibly implying that she was once a Buddhist. She is initially one of the worst speakers in the class and often switches to Urdu out of frustration. Her catchphrase early in the series is “Gud hefening”, which is how she pronounces “Good evening” after learning the phrase from Mr....

Why is English so hard to learn – Marlene Davis

Why is English so hard to learn – Marlene Davis

HOME / UNCATEGORIZED / “WHY ENGLISH IS SO HARD TO LEARN BY MARLENE DAVIS” 7 Jan 3 “Why English is so hard to learn by Marlene Davis” by Andrea “You think English is easy?  Check out the following: “The bandage was wound around his wound. “The farm was cultivated to produce produce. “The dumpwas so full that the workers had to refuse more refuse. “We must polish the Polish furniture shown at the store. “He could lead if he could get the lead out. “The soldier decided to desert his tasydessert in the sesert. “Since theris no time like the present, he though it...

1964 opened with a series of riots over the sovereignty of the Panama Canal zone

1964 opened with a series of riots over the sovereignty of the Panama Canal zone

1964 1964 opened with a series of riots over the sovereignty of the Panama Canal zone, which ended with the involvement of the U.S. Army and was a significant factor in the United States’ decision to transfer control of the Canal to Panama in the 70’s. Another important event in South America that year is the military coup against President João Goulart of Brazil, establishing a 21-year-long military dictatorship. The United States are going through a rocky time against the backdrop of the Vietnam War. The first student demonstrations against the war occur concurrently in New York City and San Francisco on May 2nd. That same month, young...

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