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Burkina Faso deposed leader gets ‘total freedom’

Burkina Faso’s former president, Roch Kaboré, has been granted “total freedom” by the military generals who overthrew him in a coup in January. The move is part of reconciliation efforts,

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Paternity doubts lands Ndola woman divorce

By Staff writerA 40-year-old man of Ndola’s commando unit has accused his wife of lying to him about being the father of their first child. Jerry Kasope has since dragged

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PF should rest

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Acessing God’s direction

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Burkina Faso deposed leader gets ‘total

Burkina Faso’s former president, Roch Kaboré, has been granted “total freedom” by the military generals who overthrew him in a

Paternity doubts lands Ndola woman divorce

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By Mercy Chewe Shepolopolo on Saturday night forced a 1-1 away draw against 2022 Women’s Africa Cup hosts Morocco in friendly match played in Rabat. Zambia and Morocco are both preparing for the Africa Cup that will start on July 2 in North Africa. Morocco scored first in the 62nd

GOVT RECOGNISES ROLE OF CHURCH

Permanent Secretary for Special Duties at Cabinet Office Patrick Mucheleka says the church has always been a key stakeholder in spearheading development in the country. Mr Mucheleka said government attaches great importance to the works done by the church in the country. He said the Catholic Church in Northern Province

By Mercy Chewe International footballer Collins Mbesuma has invited foreign and local scouts for this weekend’s Copperbelt Youth Soccer tournament being organised by his academy at Kafubu Stadium in Luanshya. Mbesuma said 24 Under-15 and Under-18 Teams have confirmed their participation in the youth tournament taking place on Saturday and Sunday.

Zulu joins Tanzania’s Azam

By CHINOYI CHIPULU Zambian international Charles Zulu has become the latest player to trek to Tanzania after penning a two-year deal at Azam. The diminutive Zulu joins Cletus Chama and Larry Bwalya,who are already grabbing headlines in East Africa with their performances at Dar es Salaam giants Simba. Zulu has