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    BREAKING NEWS: Zambian President Sata dies in London aged 77

    By Chris Mfula LUSAKA (Reuters) – Zambian President Michael Sata has died in London, where he had been receiving treatment for...

  • by Sunday News Reporter

    Plot to topple President Mugabe exposed

    Harare Bureau AMERICAN Embassy officials have been trying to get Members of Parliament to pass a vote of no confidence in President...

  • by robin muchetu

    BYO’S 5-YEAR-OLD WHIZKID

    WHEN most one-year-old babies could only cry and giggle, she could count and read numbers. When she was 20 months old, she enrolled...


BREAKING NEWS: Zambian President Sata dies in London aged 77

By Chris Mfula LUSAKA (Reuters) – Zambian President Michael Sata has died in London, where he had been receiving treatment for an undisclosed illness, a government source in Africa’s second-largest copper producer said on Wednesday. The private Muzi television station and the Zambia Reports and ...

Eighty immigration officers fired

ABOUT 80 immigration officers have been dismissed from work this year, including the entire border staff at some posts, while some principal officers were...

BMC spinning event thrills

Dalphine Tagwireyi Sports Reporter SOUTH AFRICAN spinners were the toast of the day at the Bulawayo Motoring Club Spinning/Burnout...

Whale shark (Rhincodon typus)

Taxonomy THE whale shark, Rhincodon typus is a warm temperate species, slow-moving filter feeding shark and the largest known living fish species. It is, however, not a whale although it is known as a whale shark. The name Rhincodon typus is derived from the Greek words “rhyngchos”...

My Turn: When Zuze takes ‘kalata’ to his boss

IT is a tale akin to the legend of Zuze; the illiterate messenger who stole a loaf of bread from a delivery consignment but, unknown to him, the delivery note he eagerly brought back to his boss revealed that the consignment had been one loaf short on arrival. ‘‘Imwi akalata, imwi...

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