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By Godfrey Chikumbi on Sun 20 July 2014, 12:40 CAT [263 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
FEW people might know Dutch trained football coach Pascal Musonda Lumbiya, but he is the man behind the two national team revelations, Isaac Chansa and Emmanuel Mbola.
By Austin Mwange on Sun 20 July 2014, 12:40 CAT [465 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Dr Chifungula delivers her honourary doctorate acceptance speech
"The work that we do as auditors is not meant for personal glory or benefit.
By Hope Chanda on Sun 20 July 2014, 12:40 CAT [200 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Dag Hammarskjold Memorial Site
THE Dag Hammarskjold Memorial Site in Ndola is undoubtedly one of Zambia's best known historical tourism landmarks.
By Alfareeson Sinalungu on Sun 20 July 2014, 12:20 CAT [172 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Mukonde
I GET distraught when I see people squander their potential, says Success Habits author Mwansa Mukonde.
By Abigail Sitenge on Sun 20 July 2014, 12:20 CAT [168 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
L-r: Victor Mathe (Pure Management model ), Maria Chrysomallos (Pure Management CEO), Nasutu Mbewe (Model Search 2014  winner), Damien Musuka (Model Search 2013 Winner), Raylane Silva (Pure Management model), John Samaras (Samfuel),   Mutale Chileshe (1st runner-up)Lilia Samui (Action Auto)
SHE says she entered the model search for fun but today, 17-year-old Nasutu Mbewe is the overall winner of the second edition of the competition held in Lusaka recently.
By Edwin Mbulo on Sun 20 July 2014, 12:20 CAT [118 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Senior chief Mukuni (c) at the ceremony
IN his book The Mukuni Royal Dynasty's short history and the Munokalya Mukuni Royal Establishment's Royal and Political Sovereignty, senior chief Mukuni states that his family dynasty is made up of the Lenje, Sala, Soli, Tonga, Lala, Nsenga, Kunda, Leya and the Nambia.
By Brina Siwale in Livingstone on Sun 13 July 2014, 14:01 CAT [1110 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Aness with her mother Joyce Simutowe and Miss Tourism Livingstone  Loveness Hangoma
WHILE most children learn to speak by the age of two, the case was different for ten-year-old Aness Simutowe.
She only learnt how to speak when she was eight.
By Hope Chanda in Ndola on Sun 13 July 2014, 14:01 CAT [700 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Lusoke (r) at St Peter's Kindergarten in Hadamar, Germany last year
POVERTY has taught me not to be lazy, says 27-year-old Persilvia Lusoke.
Lusoke, of Ndola's former Sinia compound (today known as Nkwazi), explains how she defied all odds to achieve a better life.
By Story and picture by Ben Mbangu in Choma on Sun 13 July 2014, 14:01 CAT [908 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Phiri
WHILE many youths in the country roam the streets waiting upon the government to create white-colour jobs for them, Wilfred Daniel Phiri thought his God-given talent is the best alternative that can earn him money.
By Story and pictures by Edwin Mbulo in Livingstone on Sun 13 July 2014, 14:01 CAT [839 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
A FORMER Kabulonga Girls Secondary School pupil enhanced her passion for tourism by forming a company known as "Going Places."
Reluctant to reveal her exact age, Rachel Lungu Ward, was born in a family of nine and did her primary education at Northmead.
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