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President Lungu is a good man …Dr Joseph Chilengi

President Lungu is a good man …Dr Joseph Chilengi

      By Albert Malama albert.malama@gmail.com 29th January 2017 I refer to the above article and wish to say that in future,please do not publish such sickening articles as the above. Yes, President Lungu is absolutely a good man as he was created in God’s image (Gen 1v26); just like you and I are created but wired differently because of what God purposed each one of us to do. But the question is,”Are you absolutely convinced that he is a good leader?  Mind you,leaders are made and not born. Has President Lungu been made a good leader by those...

Hillary Clinton: “Yes, the future is female”

Hillary Clinton: “Yes, the future is female”

Reuters Videos ‘The future is female,’ Hillary Clinton says in 1st post-inauguration statement Michael Walsh 4 hours agoHillary Clinton makes first public comments since election Scroll back up to restore default view. Hillary Clinton may have lost the presidential election, but she’s still advocating for one of her campaign’s core tenets — increasing opportunities for women and girls. In her first video statement since President Trump’s inauguration, Clinton cited the historic Women’s March on Washington as evidence of her belief that “the future is female.” “Despite all the challenges we face, I remain convinced that yes, the future is female,”...

Lady Gaga’s Death-Defying Super Bowl Leap Was Prerecorded Prior to Her Halftime Performance

Lady Gaga’s Death-Defying Super Bowl Leap Was Prerecorded Prior to Her Halftime Performance

Us Weekly 1 hour 20 minutes ago Lady Gaga flew high during the Pepsi Zero Sugar Super Bowl 51 Halftime Show at NRG Stadium on February 5, 2017 in Houston, Texas. (Photo: Al Bello/Getty Images) Talk about a perfect illusion! Lady Gaga’s death-defying leap into Houston’s NRG Stadium was prerecorded ahead of her epic Super Bowl LI halftime show performance Sunday, February 5. PHOTOS: Lady Gaga’s Craziest Stunts and Most Outrageous Controversies As viewers saw on Sunday night, Mother Monster, 30, kicked off her career-spanning spectacle by standing on the roof of the venue and singing “God Bless America” and “This...

Stanbic champions investment in Zambian mining sector

Stanbic champions investment in Zambian mining sector

Bankers attend global mining indaba in South Africa LUSAKA, ZAMBIA – A high-powered delegation of bankers from Stanbic Bank Zambia was in South Africa this week to highlight the importance of mining to the Zambian economy and promote investment in the sector. The delegation was joining its parent group Standard Bank, which is sponsoring the 2017 Investing in African Mining Indaba being held in Cape Town. Stanbic has invested more than US$3 billion in the Zambian mining sector over the past ten years, believing the industry is a key growth sector of the national economy despite the challenges the sector is...

Zambian Breweries empowers artist Spider’ Kapeya Kangolo

Zambian Breweries empowers artist Spider’ Kapeya Kangolo

 ’’Spider’ is just one of the young entrepreneurs that Zambian Breweries is helping to empower’’ LUSAKA, ZAMBIA – When ‘ visits bars and restaurants, he is not ‘here for the beer’. His mission is to collect bottle tops, as they are an essential ingredient in his art, design work and business. It was in 2015, when after reading an article in one of the newspapers, Corporate Affairs Director at Zambian Breweries Ezekiel Sekele decided to follow through and meet Kapeya at his working place at the Arcades Sunday market. From there, the business was interested in supporting Spider’s project as...

Radio World NewsBytes: Cromwell Creates More “Touch Points”; Beasley Offloads Carolina Stations

Radio World NewsBytes: Cromwell Creates More “Touch Points”; Beasley Offloads Carolina Stations

Radio World NewsBytes Brett Moss – NewsBytes Editor Paul McLane – Editor in Chief     Attention NAB Show Exhibitors! DEADLINE EXTENDED: Radio World and its sister publications are beginning to put together our NAB Show preview information. If you will be exhibiting at the show this is a prime editorial opportunity. Deadline is Feb. 10. Go here for more information. TOP STORIES – 02/06/17 Cromwell Creates More “Touch Points” “If we as licensees don’t try to think ahead, we’re never in a position to take advantage of those opportunities that the FCC offers.” Beasley Offloads Carolina Stations The Greenville-New...

*YALUMA MARKETS ZAMBIA AT MINING INDABA*

By H.E. Emmanuel Mwamba, Zambia’s High Commissioner to South Africa CAPETOWN-7th February 2017 Minister of Mines Christopher Yaluma says Zambia remainedone of the best investment destination in the World. Speaking when he gave a key note speech to market Zambia’s potential in the Mining and other sectors at the Indaba mining, Hon Yaluma said Zambia’s peace and stability and a well developed Rule of Law, remained attractive features for investors. The Mining Indaba is the largest gathering of financiers, investors, lawyers and mining professionals in African mining. Mr. Yaluma said government had developed a mining policy and laws that sought to...

H.E Emmanuel Mwamba with Minister Yaluma@2017 Capetown Mining Indaba

H.E Emmanuel Mwamba with Minister Yaluma@2017 Capetown Mining Indaba

Zambia’s High Commissioner to South Africa, Emmanuel Mwamba starting the day at the Mining Indaba in Capetown. Head of delegation Mines Minister, Hon. Christopher Yaluma, Copperbelt Province Minister Hon. Bowman Chilosha Lusambo, Deputy Secretary to Cabinet, Christopher Mvunga. Dambisa Moyo, economist, renowned author, celebrated writer of the book “Dead Aid” which is one of the bestseller on the market. Zambia’s High Commissioner to South Africa, Emmanuel Mwamba started the Monday 6th February 2017 at the Mining Indaba in Capetown meeting Dambisa Moyo, economist, renowned author,  and asked her: “You are one of the most sought after speakers at world economic...

Climate Group in Zambia wants to change the radio

Climate Group in Zambia wants to change the radio

Published Monday, February 6 at 17:46 “Radio reaches many – even those who can not read and write” (9:09 min) 1 of 3 Agents of Change transmits radio two hours each week in Lusaka, Zambia. Photo: Agneta Nordin In Zambia, in southern Africa raises a young environmental movement’s attention by sending radio. Change Agents or Agents of Change, the movement units are part of a larger movement that resonates throughout Africa. Freelance journalist Agneta Nordin has visited the Zambian capital of Lusaka and the youth that transmits radio. More about … Foreign Foreign Reports Share FACEBOOK(53) TWITTER E-MAIL MORE More...

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