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Monday 21st April 2014, 01:26
Dr Kaunda, President Sata, Rupiah Banda and Wynter Kabimba attend Good Friday Mass at St Ignatius Catholic Church in Lusaka - Picture by David Kashiki .
ZAMBIA Episcopal Conference (ZEC) president Archbishop Ignatius Chama has called on Zambians to bury their differences during Esther.
In an Easter interview, Archbishop Chama said "Jesus died for us on this earth so that we could be reconciled with God, with one another and society".
"And I believe all of us can believe in that and put our differences aside," Archbishop Chama said.
That a man named Jesus of Nazareth was crucified and rose from the dead is an amazing fact, amongst many amazing facts.
But what makes this particular fact so important for the world? The feast of Easter celebrates Christ's resurrection, not simply because it happened, but because it has permanently transformed our world for the good. Christ's death and resurrection has brought an immense value to our humanity, and shown us how we may best live our lives.
FAZ president Kalusha Bwalya yesterday scored a brace as the KK 11 legends beat the team of 1994 5-2 in an exhibition match to celebrate Dr Kenneth Kaunda's 90th birthday at Nkoloma Stadium.
And Kalusha described Dr Kaunda's birthday as a special occasion for the football fraternity.
What Charlotte, Kambwili can do for girls football
IT IS hard to figure out what the response has been from Football House to what amounted to an instruction from Charlotte Scott, the wife of Vice-President Guy Scott, to the FAZ to ensure that all the girls that represented Zambia at the recent FIFA women's Under-17 World Cup were back in school.
Jassy, Sajid eye Zambia's 13th ARC title
JASSY SINGH is not new to most motor rally enthusiasts in Zambia and the continent.
Sport has become big business - Mpondela
ZAMBIA Amateur Athletics Association president Elias Mpondela says sport has become a business and every association should have business-minded people. In an interview, ahead of the sports events managemnet workshop to be held this week, Mpondela said ZAAA was strategising to ensure that it improved in its operations and management of events and put a business aspect to everything it was doing.
Denzel Washington may be best known for his film roles, but the award-winning actor is dazzling theater critics in the Broadway revival of Lorraine Hansberry's acclaimed 1959 play A Raisin in the Sun.
Actress Gwyneth Paltrow and Coldplay's Chris Martin separate
Actress Gwyneth Paltrow and husband Chris Martin, the lead singer of alt-rock band Coldplay, said on Tuesday they are separating after 10 years of marriage.
Placido Domingo on tour
"If I rest, I rust," is the catchphrase of the frequently performing Placido Domingo.
Jamaica dancehall star Vybz Kartel guilty of murder
Popular Jamaican dancehall and reggae star Vybz Kartel has been found guilty of murder in a high-profile trial.
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