Daily Archives: September 5, 2017

Teens wild sex party irks Catholic Bishops

Rev. Fr. Winfield Kunda

The Zambia Conference of Catholic Bishops (ZCCB) is deeply grieved with the death of seven St John’s Catholic Church Choir members of Kasama Archdiocese. In a statement issued to QTV News, ZCCB Communications Director Rev. Fr. Winfield Kunda says the Catholic Church mourns the loss and sends its heartfelt condolences to the grieved families, Archbishop Ignatius Chama, St John’s Catholic ...

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Govt sets deadline to receive submissions on POA

Given Lubinda - Justice Minister

Justice Minister Given Lubinda has set September 30th, 2017 as a deadline in which stakeholders should make submissions towards the revision of the much talked about Public Order Act. Mr. Lubinda says he is disappointed that stakeholders are not submitting towards the revision of the POA. He says stakeholders are busy complaining about this piece of legislation and yet they ...

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Govt committed to equipping defence forces with modern equipment – Lungu

President Edgar C Lungu

President Edgar Lungu says his government is committed to equipping the country’s defence forces with modern equipment to enable them address new security challenges efficiently and competently. Speaking during the official opening of the L-15 simulator training center at the Zambia Air Force (ZAF) base in Lusaka, President Lungu says Infrastructure Development is one of government’s priority as highlighted in ...

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Duchess wins damages over topless photos

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been awarded 100,000 euros (£91,730) in damages by a French court, after a magazine printed topless pictures of the Duchess in September 2012. The court ruled the images, taken as the royal couple holidayed in Provence, were an invasion of their privacy. The judge also fined staff at Closer magazine more than 100,000 ...

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Kanye West And Pusha T Have Some Great News For Hip-Hop

FINALLY! Some Kanye West-related news that doesn't have to do with anything silly!

(AllHipHop News) Pusha T made a startling revelation. Kaye West has produced his entire upcoming album, Push revealed during the Made In America festival. However, the collateral damage is that he has completely scrapped the oft-delayed King Push. Pusha T‘s biggest fan is Kanye West. Yesterday (Sept. 3), during Push A Ton’s Made In America set, the G.O.O.D. Music rapper ...

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Rare malaria death of girl in northern Italy puzzles doctors

The female Anopheles mosquito passes on the malaria parasite by feeding on human blood

A four-year-old Italian girl has died of cerebral malaria in northern Italy, a region free of the disease, in what doctors see as a very mysterious case. Sofia Zago died in Brescia on Sunday night, after being rushed to hospital with a high fever on Saturday. Italy is free of the Anopheles mosquito that carries cerebral malaria, the deadliest form ...

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Ice Cube Sued For $250 Million For Allegedly Stealing BIG3 Concept

Still Ruthless? Ice Cube accused of stealing ideas and players for his new BIG3 basketball league.

(AllHipHop News) Ice Cube’s BIG3 basketball league is drawing rave reviews, but the rapper could face a different challenge on a different court. The owners of the Championship Basketball League (CBL) filed a $250 million lawsuit against Ice Cube, and the co-founders of the BIG3 basketball league, claiming they swiped most of the idea. CBL claims that not only did ...

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Zambia is ready for the digital migration switch – Mulenga

Kampamba Mulenga

Information and Broadcasting Services Minister Kampamba Mulenga says Zambia is ready for the digital migration switch. And Ms Mulenga has disclosed that Zambia has achieved a breaking record in Africa by being the first country to successfully acquire over five hundred thousand decoders in readiness for the digital migration switch. She adds that this achievement has shown how ready and eager ...

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Catholic Bishops asked to reengage HH on dialogue

Catholic Bishops

Political Scientist Dr. Alex Ng’oma has advised against abandoning the proposed national dialogue as suggested by some stakeholders. Dr. Ng’oma has however called on the Zambia Catholic Bishops to visit the UPND Leader Hakainde Hichilema and remind him what is expected of him if the planned national dialogue meeting is to be successful. Dr. Ng’oma says stakeholders calling for the ...

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