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Lifestyle
By Faith M Kabende on Wed 16 Apr. 2014, 14:00 CAT [688 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
The fashion industry has created a myth; that "slim is better"! Just check the models; they are all slim and tall! Most designers have in mind a slim figure when they are working on a collection. It is believed that slimmer figures allow all the detail on the outfit to show because there are no curves to hide them. Slim women must be thankful for this because it means that there is no limit to the variety of clothes made just for their body type!
I know a lot of women like to be slim. So if you love your thinness, this article is not for you. If you find yourself struggling with choice of attire, then I am writing to you! I know your problem. It's that you appear even thinner in your outfits!
By Abigail Sitenge on Sun 13 Apr. 2014, 14:01 CAT [3591 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
B1 relaxes at his home in Lusaka
THE story of contemporary and most happening Zambian musicians would be incomplete without the mention of Bruce Simbwalanga, better known as B1.
By Oswald Sichone in Kafue on Sun 13 Apr. 2014, 14:01 CAT [1314 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
DAMSON Mukwato
DAMSON Mukwato is privileged to be in a decision making position as principal officer for Chikankata District Council, and information sourced from the Local Government Commission indicates that he is the youngest council secretary running a district council.
By Austin Mwange on Sun 13 Apr. 2014, 14:01 CAT [1609 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Prof Mwenda officiates at a wedding  in Maryland, USA
WE must be very proud of ourselves as Zambians for the high levels of civility and constitutional restraint that we have continued to exhibit, says Professor Kenneth Kaoma Mwenda.
By Wana Kalala on Sun 13 Apr. 2014, 14:01 CAT [757 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Mukuka, holding his Best Tourism Video award, with Caristo Chitamfya Jr at the Born & Bred Music Video awards in February. right: a scene  from the award-winning video
ELEFTHERIOS Mukuka has big plans for the Zambian music industry. The 21-year-old artiste hopes to pioneer house music on the local scene.
By Edwin Mbulo in Livingstone on Sun 13 Apr. 2014, 14:01 CAT [326 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
The Old Drift Cemetery
WELCOME to Zambia's oldest town, the Old Drift.
This is original site of the present day Livingstone City and is little known to Livingstone residents, let alone many Zambians.
By Susan Mwenda-Mulongoti on Sun 13 Apr. 2014, 14:01 CAT [295 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
parenting
HERE is how these Facebook parenting pages work: a person 'likes' the page. If they have a question, they send the message to the inbox of the page. A page admin then posts the page to the rest of the people so that they can answer.
By Audrey Mwanza on Sun 13 Apr. 2014, 14:01 CAT [305 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Lifestyle
IN the past week, my daughter has been sharing with me her end of term continuous assessments' averages. She discussed her highest averages, lowest averages and what led to her scoring those marks. She has basically been reflecting on her achievement this term. Yes! Term one has come to an end.
By Edem Djokotoe on Sun 13 Apr. 2014, 14:00 CAT [288 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
WE'RE thinking of re-branding The 'Hood. Re-branding, if you must know, is the first step towards re-invention. That's right. We want to change our outlook and the way outsiders perceive us. We don't want Posterity to remember us as a settlement populated by conmen, cheapskates, lowlifes, spivs, serial drinkers, Tasinta escapees, flamboyant priests, false prophets, righteous politicians, crooked lawyers, teachers with plenty of unfinished business with the Ministry of Education, cops who should be behind bars, pregnant virgins and sangomas who spend their days and nights raining down lightning bolts and launching spiritual drone attacks on hapless citizens for money.
By Dr Manasseh Phiri on Sun 13 Apr. 2014, 14:00 CAT [435 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
I WAS getting into my car at Longacres in Lusaka when a man I have never met before came out of the car that was parking next to mine. He greeted me by name and started talking.
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