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Daily Archives: March 14, 2017

Kante leaves Pogba in his wake

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N’golo Kante’s sublime performance in Chelsea’s 1-0 victory over Manchester United in Monday’s FA Cup quarterfinal prompted former England great Frank Lampard to dub him the best central midfielder in the world. Kante – whose superb goal ended United’s hold on the trophy – escaped his opponents roughhouse treatment of playmaker Eden Hazard and allowed the 25-year-old French international to ...

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Ngulube concerned govt has neglected Kabwe

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Kabwe Central Member of Parliament Tutwa Ngulube is concerned that government appears to have neglected Kabwe. Mr. Ngulube says this is despite the fact that Kabwe still remains economically viable. He has told QTV News that a town with rich history like Kabwe deserves better attention than the government is currently giving to it. Mr Ngulube says the people of ...

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Govt announces plans to revamp railway system

Eng Brian Mushimba - Picture by Albert Mpezeni

Government has announced plans to revamp the existing rail transport system in the country order to make it more attractive and competitive for the market. Transport and Communications Minister Engineer Brian Mushimba says the move will ultimately mean less haulage of bulk and heavy cargo on the roads and subsequently improve the road safety profile and extend the life span ...

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Use of abusive language in parley worries Speaker

SPEAKER of the National Assembly Patrick Matibini

SPEAKER of the National Assembly Patrick Matibini has noted with concern a disturbing trend by some Members of Parliament to resort to use of abusive language and threats of physical violence in the house. He said this kind of conduct not only offends the rules of the house, but also, unfortunately undermines the decorum and dignity of the entire house. ...

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Theresa May hails ‘defining’ Brexit moment

The prime minister welcomed Parliament's approval of legislation needed to trigger Brexit talks

Parliament’s backing for the government’s Brexit bill will be a “defining moment for our whole country”, Theresa May has told MPs. The prime minister said her timetable of triggering formal negotiations by the end of March remained on track. And she told the SNP – which has called for a second independence referendum – not to “play politics or create ...

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Are Jay Z & Beyonce Opening A New Restaurant In LA?

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As if people didn’t love the Carters already, we may be loving them even more for their new business venture. Rumor has it that Jay Z and Beyonce have reportedly purchased the former location of Cat and Fiddle on Sunset Blvd as they are planning to re-develop the location and open up their own unique restaurant! I don’t know about ...

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Turkey-Netherlands row: Erdogan slams Dutch over Srebrenica

Mr Erdogan has directed a series of controversial slurs at the Dutch

Turkey’s war of words with the Netherlands has worsened after the Turkish president accused the Dutch of contributing to a massacre of Muslim men at Srebrenica, Bosnia, in 1995. Dutch UN peacekeepers failed to protect the men from Bosnian Serb forces, who were prosecuted over the massacre. Recep Tayyip Erdogan said the failure, still a raw nerve in the Netherlands, ...

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Soulja Boy Calls His Mom A Crackhead and Disses His Brother

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Rapper Soulja Boy has slammed his mother as a “crackhead” after falling out over a diss track recorded by his own brother. The “Crank That (Soulja Boy)” hitmaker, real name DeAndre Way, found himself under attack by his sibling John Way, who blasted the 26-year-old in a lyrical attack last week. On the song, titled “Overdue,” John branded his brother ...

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EU gives NGOCC One million Euros grant

Non-Governmental Organisations’ Coordinating Council (NGOCC) has bemoaned that efforts to change the status of women in Zambia over the years have continued to be frustrated by a number of legal impediments, inadequate political will and resources among others. Speaking during the launch of the one million Euros European Union Grants award and project implementation to implemented over the next 3 ...

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Govt moots cooperatives for youths

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Government says it will establish cooperatives to support youths in different fields. Labour and Social Security Minister, Joyce Simukoko says cooperatives play a crucial role in economic development, job creation and in effectively promoting sustainable livelihoods. Speaking when she officiated at the National Project for Poverty Reduction (NPPR) graduation ceremony in Lusaka today, Mrs. Simukoko has since urged the youths ...

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