Daily Archives: February 2, 2018

Man Utd fighting to be second best – Mourinho

Jose Mourinho

Jose Mourinho effectively conceded the Premier League title to Manchester City on Friday, admitting that his Manchester United side are competing to be “first of the last” in the table. United lost in midweek at Tottenham, allowing their local rivals to open up a commanding 15-point lead, with just 13 games remaining. But Mourinho insisted that there is still plenty ...

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Justin Timberlake Addresses His Tweet About Jesse Williams’ BET Speech

LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 08:  Justin Timberlake attends the House Of Fraser British Academy Television Awards 2016  at the Royal Festival Hall on May 8, 2016 in London, England.  (Photo by Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images)

(AllHipHop News) Back in 2016, Justin Timberlake found himself on the wrong side of Twitter detractors. Actor/activist Jesse Williams gave a passionate BET Awards speech about dismantling the idea of white supremacy, and Timberlake responded to Williams’ message by tweeting “inspired.” A Twitter user then called out JT for what he perceived as years of cultural appropriation conducted by the ...

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Trump accuses FBI leadership amid row over memo

All you need to know about the Trump-Russia investigation

US President Donald Trump has accused top officials of politicising FBI and justice department investigations to damage his Republican party. Later on Friday, he is expected to approve the release of a memo that is thought to suggest the FBI abused its powers to spy on one of his aides. Controversy over the memo has railed for days in US ...

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Migrant crisis: Scores feared drowned off Libyan coast

The EU has tried to reduce migrant numbers with a highly criticised deal with the Libyan coastguard

Ninety migrants are feared drowned after a boat capsized off the Libyan coast, says the UN’s migration agency. Three survivors said most of those who drowned were Pakistani nationals. Libyans were also aboard. Libya has for years been a major transit route for migrants trying to reach southern Europe by sea. EU countries have wrangled over both reducing migrant numbers ...

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Hiccups in the 2017-2018 farm season wont affect poultry production

The Poultry Association of Zambia (PAZ) says hiccups in the 2017-2018 farming season will not affect poultry production. PAZ Executive Director Dominic Chanda says this is because the country has enough maize stocks from last year’s farming season to cater for human and animal consumption as well as industrial use. He says in as much as the dry spell being ...

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Introduction of breathalyzers in schools not a priority- SESTUZ


Government has been urged to conduct a research on the levels of drunkenness among teachers while at school before introducing breathalyzer. Secondary Schools Teachers Union of Zambia (SESTUZ) General Secretary Sitibekiso Wamuyuwa says this is because introducing breathalyzers in schools for teachers can be a costly undertaking. Mr. Wamuyuwa tells Q-news that each breathalyzer costs between K2, 000 and K3, ...

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‘Leicester will be alert against hungry Swansea’

<> at The King Power Stadium on December 19, 2017 in Leicester, England.

Leicester City are well aware of the threat Swansea City pose in Saturday’s Premier League clash following their wins over Liverpool and Arsenal in their last two games, defender Ben Chilwell said. The relegation-threatened Welsh club climbed to 19th in the league after a 3-1 victory over sixth-placed Arsenal in midweek. The result at the Liberty stadium followed another home ...

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Suarez puts Barca on course for Cup final

Luis Suarez © Getty Images

Barcelona beat Valencia 1-0 on Thursday thanks to a diving header from insatiable striker Luis Suarez to stay on course for a place in the King’s Cup final for a record fifth consecutive year. Suarez broke Valencia’s resolve in the semifinal first leg by leaping to meet a cross from Lionel Messi in the 67th minute, scoring a 12th goal ...

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