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FOUR NABBED FOR POSSESSION OF FAKE ATM CARDS

Four Chinese Nationals have been charged for being in possession of 55 counterfeit ATM cards and 10 point sale machines with intentions to unlawfully utilize them. The four are alleged to have been using the said counterfeit ATM cards to withdraw money from various ATM machines. Standing before magistrate Sylvia Munyinya was Fung Hua Ping 44, a business man, Yu Fei,...

RETURN OF NGOMA AWARDS, A MILESTONE FOR ZAMBIA MUSIC

Music, like any other human activity thrives on hard work as well as motivation of characters through public acknowledgment their excellence and contributions to society. This can be demonstrated through awarding of noble prizes, that can either carry monetary form given to the recipient or simply be without any tangible token or prize of excellence. Zambia is no exception when it...

REVIN EMPLOYEES QUESTION HALTING NATURAL POWER PRODUCTION

Revin Zambia Limited Employees have questioned the logic used in stopping the production of the energy drink by regulatory authorities based on an unverified complaint from a foreign country. Employee representative Josam Mwale said the halt instituted by the local authorities is based on unverified information. Mr. Mwale said the drink has not only been produced but consumed in the country...

NATASHA IS PROUD BEING UNZA’S SHORTEST STUDENT

Not everyone in this life gets to have their height of choice. Generally, short people get a lot of ridicule if not scorn for their height. At the highest learning institution, you will come across one of the shortest students proud of her height. It is obvious that she’s an academic genius! And if you think you cannot be an...

THE DAY THE PRESIDENT FELL FROM GRACE

It all started in the twilight hours of Tuesday, the 9th of August, when innocuous UNZA happenings virtually went from bad to worse for the University Of Zambia Students Union (UNZASU) president Adrian Matole. The fracas can be traced back to a memo issued by the university management that called for students with fees in arrears to clear their dues...

OMELO MUMBA: A WALK THROUGH A FLESHPOT

Rhodes Park’s Omelo Mumba Road hosts what is claimed to be the world’s oldest profession- prostitution. It is, by Zambian standards, for the American and Dutchman, the equivalent of the red light districts of Las Vegas and Amsterdam respectively. The road is Lusaka’s version of the prostitute-lined streets of any city. I paid it a surprise visit and for...

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NATASHA IS PROUD BEING UNZA’S SHORTEST STUDENT

Not everyone in this life gets to have their height of choice. Generally, short people get a lot of ridicule if not scorn for...

Runell’s booty bounce queens

GIVE University of Zambia (UNZA) students a free show, highly subsidized alcohol and beautiful girls doing the booty bounce on a Friday night and the mood is unexplainable! Runell grasped that concept very well as he even offered cash to monks who joined in his performance. GIVE University of Zambia (UNZA) students a free show, highly subsidized alcohol and...

Monks pose for photos with naked sex worker

Before taking her to the guard room, they took the opportunity of posing for photos with a defenceless naked sex worker. As she was lying on the ground, one particular monk took her legs and spread them apart so that he could enjoy the “view” as his friends took pictures of them. There were three monks coming from the...

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‘AKANTUSE’ BRINGS HISTORY TO LIFE

The Akantuse project has taken the lead in promulgating African heritage to the world by combining tradition and art with the use of makeup. The...