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In praise of the sexy G-string 😎

98 ViewsAma be straight up in this article so ngoli wama one olo ulafipanga stop reading right here. Turn back because it’s about to get explosive in here. Ladies, understand that Every man needs this type of panties in his life (panties shown in the picture). These panties would certainly make life worth living for…

Mutati condemns closure of Prime TV

157 Views The Movement for Multiparty Democracy (MMD) faction leader Felix Mutati says the punishment handed to Prime TV by the Independent Broadcasting Authority (IBA) will injure one of the virtues of democracy. Commenting on the suspension of Prime TV’s broadcasting license for one month, Mutati who is in the Copperbelt on a mobilisation tour…

Chingola man murders wife, takes own life

419 ViewsA man of Chiwempala township in Chingola has hacked his wife to death and later committed suicide by throwing himself in front of a moving truck, reports Greenwell Nyirenda. The man identified as Lakabu Simukoko, age unknown, of House number 28 Nalumango Street, Chiwempala, hacked his wife Gertrude Mpundu Simukoko (pictured) in the early hours…

Take me back, Eric Chanda begs PF

324 ViewsPolitical nomad Eric Chanda has applied for re-admission into the Patriotic Front (PF), seven years after leaving the ruling party. Since leaving the PF in 2012, Chanda has formed the Fourth Revolution Party and participated in the 2015 presidential election, formed the ill-fated Orange Alliance with Elias Chipimo’s NAREP and Miles Sampa’s DF in 2016…

Lafarge appoints Khan as new CEO

283 ViewsLafarge Zambia Plc Board of Directors has announced the appointment of Jimmy J. Khan as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Managing Director of the Company effective February 12, 2019. Before his latest appointment, Khan was Managing Director, Lafarge Mauritius & Seychelles. Khan holds a Bachelor of Science in Business with a major in Accounting…

“Suspension of Prime TV station a ploy to muzzle independent voices”

204 Views Amnesty International has condemned the decision by the Independent Broadcasting Authority (IBA) to suspend independent broadcaster Prime TV for 30 days, describing it as a ploy to muzzle independent voices in Zambia. Reacting to the announcement of the 30-day suspension of Prime TV today for alleged unprofessional conduct, Amnesty International also described the suspension unlawful and called…