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Demi Lovato’s long battle to stay sober

“The last time I did an interview this long, I was on cocaine.” It’s clear from the first minute of Demi Lovato’s official documentary, released last October, that the singer has no problem being open about her addictions. The previous interview she refers to was for another documentary – 2012’s Stay Strong – in which…

Siliya unaware of Ministers negotiating Zambia’s debt in China

Chief Government Spokesperson, Dora Siliya says she is not aware that President Lungu has assigned five cabinet Ministers to travel to China to hold strategic consultations with Chinese authorities, financial institutions and companies doing business in Zambia to discuss the debt restructuring programme. Earlier this month, Presidential Press Aide, Amos Chanda issued a statement to…

Imran Khan vies for power in Pakistan poll

Voting has begun in Pakistan after an election campaign overshadowed by concerns of manipulation and violence. Nearly 106 million people are registered to vote for members of the lower house of parliament and four provincial assemblies. The PTI party of former star cricketer Imran Khan is hoping to beat ex-leader Nawaz Sharif’s PML-N. But the…

NUMAW urges comprehensive safety in mines

James Chansa The National Union of Miners and Allied Workers (NUMAW) has urged mining companies looking to increase production to also ensure comprehensive safety measures are put in place. NUMAW President James Chansa has told Q-News that mining companies should not only concentrate on making profits, but should also ensure that their workers operate in…

FODEP commends parties for conducting peaceful campaigns

FODEP Executive Director Mweenge Chimfwembe Foundation for Democratic Process (FODEP) Executive Director, Mweenge Chimfwembe has commended political parties participating in this Thursday’s by-elections for conducting peaceful campaigns so far. Mr. Chimfwembe has told Q-news that while there have been some pockets of violence in some towns were by-elections will be held, the campaigns have generally…