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Daily Archives: October 18, 2015

Chiefs pray for Zambia’s prosperity!

Zambians today joined hands in fasting and praying for God’s interventions in different sectors of the country

Today was a spiritual day as many Zambians from all walks of life joined hands in fasting and praying for God’s interventions in different sectors of the country. In Lusaka’s Show Grounds, hundreds of Lusaka residents gathered as they prayed for reconciliation and forgiveness and asking God to heal the Zambian land. Meanwhile, Chiefs took time to pray for the ...

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NAREP hopes PF will change after prayer, fasting day

NAREP

The opposition National Restoration Party (NAREP) is hoping to see a change from the patriotic front government in the way they approach important issues affecting the nation after the prayer and fasting day. NAREP National Secretary Mabvuto Mwanza says the PF must learn to consult stakeholders at all times before making any decisions and also learn to listen to advice ...

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UPND castigates PF over constitution

Moono Mapani

The opposition United Party for National Development (UPND) has observed that the presentation of the Constitution of Zambia Bill to Parliament by Justice Minister Dr. Ngosa Simbyakula is a first step in declining to give Zambians a new constitution by the PF Government. The opposition political party is of the view that the country will never have a new constitution ...

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PF, UPND in Monze reconcile

Monze PF Chairman Gilbert Mwila with Monze UPND Youth Commander Kelvin Cornhill

The ruling PF and opposition UPND in Monze District have reconciled in the spirit of reconciliation as the country continues to pray and fast. Monze PF District Chairman Gilbert Mwila says the two factions in the district saw it fit to reconcile in a spirit of promoting on Zambia one Nation. Mr. Mwila has explained to QFM News via telephone ...

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Zambians observe national day of prayer, fasting

Hundreds of Zambians have gathered in Lusaka’s Show Grounds main arena where the prayers are conducted

Zambians are today observing the national day of prayer and fasting that was called by President Edgar Lungu. In Lusaka, hundreds of people are flocking into the Show Grounds main arena where the prayers will be conducted from 13hrs to the break of the fast at 18:00 hours. And First Republican President Dr. Kenneth Kaunda is expected to release a ...

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‘I suffer with it every single day’ – Lady Gaga opens up about her battle with depression

Lady Gaga has opened up about her battle with depression [Wenn]

LADY Gaga has spoken about her battle with depression and anxiety. The Born This Way singer said that she hopes to inspire her younger fans with the same problems by being open. Speaking to Billboard, the engaged star said she blamed society’s obsession with technology for making people’s problems worse. “There is something in the way that we are now, ...

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Usher And Nas Release Interactive Video For Song About Police Brutality, ‘Chains’

Nas and Usher have collaborated on a track aimed at addressing police brutality

Nas and Usher have collaborated on a track aimed at addressing police brutality against people of color. The song, titled “Chains,” comes with an interactive video released via TIDAL that uses facial recognition technology in order to play. Viewers must look at the screen continuously as the faces of victims, like Trayvon Martin and Rekia Boyd, appear on the screen ...

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Migrant crisis: Thousands enter Slovenia after Hungary closes border

A train carrying about 1,200 migrants arrived at the Sredisce ob Dravi border crossing

Thousands of migrants are crossing into Slovenia from Croatia after Hungary closed its border to them. Around 2,700 arrived in Slovenia on Saturday and more were expected overnight. Most aim to travel on to Austria, Germany and other countries. Slovenia’s army has been placed on standby to help police deal with the influx, Prime Minister Miro Cerar said. He said ...

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Philippines battered as Typhoon Koppu barrels in

High winds battered the sea front in Manila Bay

Homes have been flattened, power lines toppled, and thousands of people have fled their homes as Typhoon Koppu swept into the northern Philippines. Disaster agency officials said the storm was also whipping up coastal surges 4m (12ft) high. The huge, slow-moving typhoon made landfall near the town of Casiguran on the island of Luzon on Sunday morning. Koppu is predicted ...

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Mayuka out for five weeks

Zambia striker Emmanuel Mayuka

Zambia striker Emmanuel Mayuka is expected to be out of action for at least five weeks due to injury. Mayuka tore his right hamstring in Metz’s 1-1 away draw against 11th placed Brest in a French Ligue 2 match on October 3. “José Riga will be without Emmanuel Mayuka’s services for quite a long time, between four and six weeks ...

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