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Posts published in “Day: August 27, 2013

2014 World Cup – 26 Zambians for the Battle of Kumasi

[Africa Top Sports]If there are decisive matches for the final day of 2014 World Cup playoffs, that of September 6 between Ghana and Zambia may be explosive. A draw will qualify the Black Stars while Chipolopolo necessarily need a win. But the men of H...

Justice and the Rule of Law

[OSISA]The Zambian legal framework consists of a multiplicity of customary laws and statutory laws administered through a single formal court system. The statutes are derived from the British legal system with some of the British legislation still deem...

SADC Hails Zim, Zambia

[The Herald]SADC chairperson and Malawian president Dr Joyce Banda has described Zimbabwe and Zambia's co-hosting of the 20th Session of the United Nations World Tourism Organisation General Assembly as a regional achievement.She said this while addres...

UPND Gives Up On Police

[Zambia Reports]Opposition United Party for National Development secretary general Kunchunga Simusamba says after writing to the Zambia Police Force his party had given up on seeking the police's permission to hold demonstrations.

Civil Rights Acvitist Decries Censorship

[Zambia Reports]Civil Rights activist Brebner Changala says it is ironic that the Patriotic Front government that came to power through sustained public meetings is denying the opposition and Zambians the right of assembly.

Zim Revel As Zambia Mourn

[The Herald]AS Zimbabwe's Warriors continued to marvel over their historic win over Zambia's Chipolopolo in Ndola, their stunned opponents were still ruing the missed opportunity to qualify for the African Nations Championships finals. The Warriors arr...

Africa’s Turn to Realise Tourism Potential

[New Zimbabwe]TOURISM is still very much a live issue in Africa. This week, Zimbabwe and Zambia are hosting the 2013 United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNTWO) summit.

Tribute to Businessman Benjamin Yoram Mwila

[Zambia Reports]When Benjamin Yoram Mwila left public service at the age of 27 to start his own business, most of his peers must have thought he was crazy as it was the in thing then to work for government or indeed any of the companies in which the Za...

Seven Common Reasons Why People Remain Poor

[Times of Zambia]Ndola -LET me open this article with a rather interesting story. The Persians tell a story about an unhappy king. In an attempt to find the answer to his dissatisfaction, he consulted his astrologers who told him he could find happines...