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By Kalaki on Thu 24 Dec. 2009, 04:00 CAT [44464 Reads, 11 Comment(s)] » Print  
I was sitting quietly on the veranda when around the corner came my grandson Khoza. 'Good Gracious' I exclaimed, rising to give him a hug, 'You're all grown up! I haven't seen you for ages! Where've you been?'
By Kalaki on Thu 10 Dec. 2009, 04:00 CAT [28300 Reads, 6 Comment(s)] » Print  
Yesterday evening we went round to visit Jennifer and Amock.
By Kalaki on Thu 03 Dec. 2009, 04:00 CAT [24828 Reads, 5 Comment(s)] » Print  
With the President Nyamasoya making six foreign trips every month, there is hardly a journalist in Zambia who hasn't experienced the marvellous perk of an international trip.
By Kalaki's Korner on Thu 19 Nov. 2009, 04:00 CAT [26346 Reads, 5 Comment(s)] » Print  
A beautiful demure young nun stood in the dock. The magistrate looked over towards her and said 'You are Sister Charity of the Sisters of Mercy?'
'Yes, Your Honour,' she replied.
By Kalaki on Thu 05 Nov. 2009, 04:00 CAT [30719 Reads, 9 Comment(s)] » Print  
'Well Khoza,' I said to my eldest grandson, 'now you're in Grade 10, you should be thinking about your future career.'
By Kalaki on Thu 29 Oct. 2009, 04:00 CAT [32478 Reads, 11 Comment(s)] » Print  
'Come in!' said a big voice as I put my head round the door of the huge office. I walked in and looked around. There seemed to be nobody there. 'Take a seat, Spectator Kalaki, and make yourself comfortable!'
By Kackling Kalaki on Thu 22 Oct. 2009, 04:00 CAT [22227 Reads, 1 Comment(s)] » Print  
The Ancient Dinosaur Nyamasoya climbed onto the podium to address the
multitude assembled before him on the lawn of the Great Palace.
By Kalaki's Korner on Thu 08 Oct. 2009, 17:05 CAT [13723 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Last Sunday our daughter Kupela dropped in for a spot of supper, and to say goodbye. She was off to the University of Poxford, on a Rogue Scholarship, to get a masters degree.
By Kalaki on Wed 30 Sep. 2009, 18:51 CAT [16450 Reads, 1 Comment(s)] » Print  
As The High Commissioner for Little Britain, the Honourable Evelyn Cartwheel, left for his first

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