Daily Archives: July 8, 2017

Gyan explains Kayserispor decision

Asamoah Gyan

Ghana striker Asamoah Gyan says he chose a move to lowly-ranked Turkish topflight side Kayserispor because he identified with their project. The 31-year-old is officially on the books of the Kayseri-based club having passed a mandatory medical on Thursday. He has put his signature to an initial two-year contract as a free agent. “When the Chairman [Erol Bedir] told me ...

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Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna reality show not on E! schedule, network says

Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna

A recent feud between reality stars Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna has erupted into a tabloid super-scandal, but could the “revenge porn” saga have any impact on the Kardashian family’s E! empire? Earlier this week, pornographic images exchanged between exes Kardashian and Chyna — who co-star on their own E! series, “Rob & Chyna” — were posted onto social media by ...

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Bus carrying church members overturn in Lusaka

People trying to help accident victims

A bus carrying Church members was today involved in an accident along Kafue Road after hitting into a Shalom Bus in front leaving 49 passengers injured. A company of three Churches UCZ, RCZ and Anglican churches were on their way to a sports gala in Lilayi  when the accident happened near former Vuma Filling Station. And UTH Public Relations Officer ...

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DEC nabs five people for being in possession of K177, 900 counterfeit notes

Kamufisa Manchishi

The Drug Enforcement Commission (DEC) has arrested five people for being in possession of counterfeit notes amounting to K177,900. The five have been identified as David Mwasile, 27, a business man of Chawama Compound in Lusaka, Jason Zulu, 61, of Misisi Compound in Lusaka, Humphrey Muyanga, 38, a businessman, Alitani Banda, 49, a general worker residing in Misisi Compound in ...

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President Lungu dates Southern Province

President Lungu

President Edgar Lungu is expected in Southern Province on Tuesday where among all lined up projects will commission the Dundumwezi – Kalomo Road. While in Southern Province, the Head of State will inspect projects such as ultra Modern Airport in Livingstone – Harry Mwaanga Nkumbula, modern Intercity and Intercity Bus Terminal, completed township Roads and state of Art Hospital in ...

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G20: ‘Difficult’ talks ahead as protesters arrested

Dozens of protesters were detained after setting fire to vehicles and barricades in Hamburg

Leaders are entering the final day of talks at the G20 meeting in Hamburg as officials try to bridge the gap with the US on issues such as trade and climate change. German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who is hosting the summit in Hamburg, said the talks so far had been “very difficult”. Negotiators worked through the night in an attempt ...

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Political atmosphere has potential to jeopardize investor confidence – Dodia

Economist Yusuf Dodia

Economist Yusuf Dodia says the current political atmosphere in the country has the potential to jeopardize investor confidence. Mr. Dodia says the political tension could lead to investors withholding their investment until when the country is politically stable. Mr. Dodia tells QTV news that Parliament should therefore exercise extreme caution when considering the motion relating to the invocation of article ...

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President Lungu advised against using harsh language against investors

President Edgar Lungu

President Edgar Lungu has been advised against using harsh language towards the international community, more especially investors. Patriots for Economic Progress (PeP) President Enock Tembo is advising the Head of State to always be diplomatic in his language each time he is talking about investors and the international community. Mr. Tembo says the President Lungu’s statement during his press conference ...

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