Daily Archives: January 4, 2018

FAZ to unveil KoPa Jersey at 2018 CHAN

Zambia national team players celebrate their victory as they pose with their gold medals

The Football Association of Zambia has made a brave move by launching an in-house kit that will be worn by Zambia at the 2018 CHAN finals that kick off on January 12, 2018 in Morocco. Zambia has struggled to secure a long-term major kit deal after parting ways with Nike over two years ago. FAZ Communications Manager Desmond Katongo tells ...

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Mou dismisses Utd exit talk


Jose Mourinho has dismissed reports he may walk out on Manchester United this summer as “garbage”, saying he sees himself staying long-term at the Premier League giants. The United boss was in defiant mood when quizzed about his future ahead of Friday’s FA Cup tie with Derby, with morning reports saying club officials fear he is disenchanted with life at ...

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How Taylor Swift almost had 2017’s biggest album


When is the year’s best-selling album not the year’s best-selling album? When it’s by Taylor Swift. The star outsold every other artist in the US last year – shifting 1.9 million copies of her fifth record, Reputation, in just seven weeks. But her decision to withhold it from streaming services until December damaged its chances in the chart of 2017’s most ...

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Trump Bannon row: White House lawyers threaten former aide

Ex-aide Bannon has lost his mind - Trump

US President Donald Trump’s lawyers have written to his former strategist Steve Bannon, saying he has violated a non-disclosure agreement. The cease-and-desist notice accuses Mr Bannon of defaming the president in speaking to author Michael Wolff. Wolff’s forthcoming tell-all book makes several startling claims, and questions Mr Trump’s fitness for office. The president responded by saying Mr Bannon had “lost ...

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Archdiocese of Lusaka bans movements from one parish to another

Catholic Bishops

The Archdiocese of Lusaka has banned movements of Catholic Groups from one parish to another in the wake of the outbreak of Cholera which has killed so far 48 in Lusaka Province. Archbishop of Lusaka Pastoral Coordinator Fr. Thomas Banda in a statement to QFM News says all parishes are advised not to do the exchange of peace through shaking ...

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UTH restricts the number of visitors to two per patient


The Women and Newborn unit at the University Teaching Hospital (UTH) has restricted the number of visitors to two per patient. UTH Public Relations Officer Natalie Mashikolo says a card system has since been introduced when entering the maternity wards. Ms Mashikolo says women who come in with suspected symptoms of cholera are being triaged and screened by a Doctor ...

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Anything claiming life is a threat to national security – Chimese

ZAF Commander Lieutenant General Erick Chimese

Zambia Air Force Commander Lieutenant General Eric Chimese says anything that claims lives is a threat to national security and needs to be combated. And LT General Chimese has pledged continued military presence in Lusaka until the cholera epidemic is contained. He says cholera has become a security threat because of the number of lives that have so far been ...

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Govt shuts down 3 hungry lion outlets


Government has closed down three hungry lion outlets in Lusaka and one Pick n Pay Supermarket in line with requirements of the Public Health Act after samples of food from the outlets tested positive with vibrio cholera. And a total of 2,148 cholera cases have been recorded as of today with 51 deaths recorded. Health Minister Dr Chitalu Chilufya has ...

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Ndola records one case of Cholera

Council public relations Manager Tilyenji Mwanza

The Ndola City Council has confirmed that Ndola City on the Copperbelt has recorded one case of Cholera. Ndola City Council Public Relations Manager Tilyenji Mwanza says the patient a male aged 28 years is currently admitted at Masala Main Clinic Cholera Treatment Centre in Kafubu Ward. Ms Mwanza says the patient is currently receiving treatment and is in a ...

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Govt’s slow response to Cholera outbreak causing panic – HH

UPND President Hakainde Hichilema

UPND President Hakainde Hichilema says the government’s late, inadequate and slow response to the Cholera outbreak has led to a panic situation where cholera cases have increased rapidly, resulting in the avoidable deaths of the citizens. The UPND Leader says this is not the time for politicking and that he has called on Zambians regardless of the political affiliations, to ...

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