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Zambia 2016 Budget – Chikwanda Reveals K53.14 Billion 2016 National Budget

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Cosmo Mumba Collapses Again, Flies To India

Cosmo Mumba Collapses Again, Flies To India. NEW Revolution Party leader Cosmo Mumba has been flown to India to obtain specialist treatment. According to his nephew, Sekwila Mumba, Cosmo left for India on Tuesday evening in the company of his wife, Martha. “He collapsed at Simoson Building in town last Thursday as he

Top Government Owned Secondary Schools In Zambia

Top Government Owned Secondary Schools In Zambia The Zambian education system has a 7-5-4 structure, namely 7 years at primary school, 2 and 3 years at junior and higher secondary school respectively, and 4 years at university for undergraduate degrees. Today, we will look at Top government owned secondary schools in

Hakainde Hichilema Clarifies Misunderstood “Fool” Statement And Privatization Misconceptions

Hakainde Hichilema Clarifies Misunderstood “Fool” Statement And Privatization Misconceptions. It was recently publicized among several Zambian online news outlets whose journalists don’t really understand the Queen’s language that opposition UPND president Hakainde Hichilema called an interviewer a big fool live on set. Hakainde Hichilema took up the challenge himself and clarified the

Zimbabwe’s Mr. Ugly Pageant Is Back

Zimbabwe’s Mr. Ugly Pageant Is Back. Zimbabwe’s Mr. Ugly Pageant is back after the contest took a hiatus last year due to sponsorship challenges. Zimbabwe’s “ugliest men” will battle it out on the 24th of October in Harare and “thirteen people so far have signed up for participation in this year’s