Daily Archives: May 22, 2017

SACCORD proposes establishment of National Day of Dialogue

Boniface Cheembe

The Southern Center for Constructive Resolution of Disputes (SACCORD) has proposed for the creation of a National Day of Dialogue which should be held every year for political players to dialogue on national matters. SACCORD Executive Director Boniface Cheembe tells QTV News in an interview that instead of fixing dates to dialogue, it is healthy and important that a date ...

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Brazil police raid Sao Paulo ‘Crackland’ and make arrests

The authorities say cheap hostels used by addicts in the area will be closed

Brazilian police have arrested nearly 40 people for drug trafficking offences in central Sao Paulo where crack cocaine has been sold and consumed freely for years. About 500 armed police officers were involved in the operation. Dozens of addicts reacted in anger, vandalising cars and looting shops. Sao Paulo’s centre-right Mayor Joao Doria said the operation marked the end of ...

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Zambia see off Portugal in U20 WCup

Zambia shock Portugal at U20 World Cup

Zambia came out on top in an intriguing tussle with Portugal to get the edge in Fifa Under-20 World Cup Korea Republic 2017 Group C. Both sides set up playing to their strengths: Portugal limiting the space, favouring their technical prowess, Zambia sitting deep, containing and looking to strike on the break. Chances came at both ends, with Zambia being ...

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Ronaldo leads Real to 33rd title

Cristiano Ronaldo

Real Madrid won their 33rd La Liga title and first for five years as Cristiano Ronaldo’s 40th goal of the season helped seal a 2-0 victory at Malaga on Sunday. Ronaldo got Madrid off to the perfect start after just two minutes before Karim Benzema’s close-range finish sealed the title 10 minutes into the second half. Madrid beat out Barcelona ...

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Arsenal out as City, Reds book UCL berths

Mesut Ozil

Arsene Wenger’s torrid year reached a calamitous climax as Arsenal failed to qualify for the Champions League for the first time in 20 years after Manchester City and Liverpool wrapped up the remaining top four places on the final day of the Premier League season. Wenger’s side won 3-1 against Everton, but Liverpool’s 3-0 victory over Middlesbrough and Manchester City’s ...

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Prophetic Ministry has been abused – Kakuwa

Dr. Bishop Richard Kakuwa

Every Home for Christ Regional Director Richard Kakuwa has expressed concern that prophetic ministry in Zambia is being abused by some preachers. Bishop Kakuwa told Q news that things taking place in the prophetic ministry are portraying as ungodly which has led to the existence of prophets in the country to be questioned. The clergyman has supported the ministry of ...

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BETUZ welcomes creation of contingency fund for examinations

Jeffrey Simuntala

Basic Education Teachers Union General Secretary Jeffrey Simuntala has welcomed the intentions by government to create a contingency fund for examinations for Schools in the Country. Mr. Simuntala says having such a fund will help in addressing inefficiencies during exams. He says teachers are  having difficulties in administering exams. Mr. Simuntala says there have also been challenges of shortage of ...

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Govt urged to address increasing levels of poverty

Presence of God Ministries Overseer Apostle Christopher Kunda

Government has been urged to put in place concrete measures to address the increasing levels of poverty in Zambia. Presence of God Ministries overseer Christopher Kunda is concerned that the high cost of living and the increasing levels of poverty are creating hatred among the people of Zambia. Apostle Kunda has told QTV News that he has observed that there ...

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Zambian Chiefs have no finances – Chief Chimbuka

Chief Chimbuka of Chinsali District Muchinga Province

Chief Chimbuka of the Bemba speaking people of Muchinga Province has attributed the reason why traditional leaders in Zambia engage in illegal activities to lack of financial support. Chief Chimbuka says traditional leaders have no finances to use to help improve the lives of the people in their chiefdoms. He states that this explains why chiefs have been allegedly engaging ...

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