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Lifestyle
By Austin Mwange on Sun 13 July 2014, 14:01 CAT [421 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Dr Sikutwa with distingushed scholars
IT is the entrepreneurial mindset which has built great economies, says Lawrence Sikutwa.
By Chiwoyu Sinyangwe in Mauritius on Sun 13 July 2014, 14:01 CAT [350 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
MultiChoice Zambia public relations officer Mumbi Mutale (l) follows proceedings
IT IS clean. It is orderly. It is beautiful. It is the island called Mauritius. Flying over the immense Indian Ocean for close to three hours is certainly the best experience one would desire, but with an entry into the Mauritian airspace everything brightens up.
By Audrey Mwanza on Sun 13 July 2014, 14:01 CAT [432 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Lifestyle
FOR the next few weeks, I will write a series of articles on career planning. I usually receive emails requesting careers guidance from adolescents in secondary schools and colleges. Several of these young people have limited knowledge on career planning while others just fail to relate their present situation to their future. And most of the time, career planning is thought of in terms of only the job one will do in future and how that relates to their present academic performance or statement of results. Other areas such as leisure, family, personality, values and interests are rarely considered when thinking about future careers.
By Edwin Mbulo in Livingstone on Sun 13 July 2014, 14:01 CAT [521 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Lifestyle
ELCOME to Musi-oa-Tunya National Park, Zambia's second-smallest national park and home to the largest herd of white rhinos in the country.
The park which is listed as number 17 by ZAWA was, until the declaration of the Lusaka National Park which also boasts of White Rhinos, Zambia's smallest national park, established in 1971 and declared a national park the following year.
By Daniel Mwamba on Sun 13 July 2014, 14:01 CAT [337 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Lifestyle
THE road safety situation in Zambia is rapidly becoming an obstacle to competitiveness and development in Zambia, exceeding the impact of HIV and AIDS. Two circumstances underscore the urgency to address the road safety issue. First, relative to the rest of the world, Zambia has an extremely high rate of road fatalities, and second, road safety management structures are still not sufficiently robust. Roads are the most dangerous environment in which many people will find themselves operating, yet they feel relatively safe and society accepts a higher casualty rate than for other forms of transport or environment.
By Wana Kalala on Sun 13 July 2014, 14:01 CAT [329 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
US Embassy Charge d'Affaires David Young (second right) listens as Miracle Life Family Church Pastor Walker Schurz speaks at the launch last month
ON FRIDAY June 20, the Northmead Assembly of God Mega Choir staged an inspiring launch of its debut album Muli Yesu at the Mulungushi International Conference Centre.
By Edem Djokotoe on Sun 13 July 2014, 14:00 CAT [358 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
There's an arid, stony patch of space in The 'Hood called the neighbourhood Wembley. Of course, the name changes from time to time, depending on what's happening there.
By Dr Manasseh Phiri on Sun 13 July 2014, 14:00 CAT [1242 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
NEW HIV infections take place when an infected individual infects another person, who until then has been HIV free. There are different circumstances under which infection takes place, but for us in Zambia sexual transmission is the most common and therefore most important.
By Story and pictures by Kwenda Paipi in Mpika. on Sun 13 July 2014, 14:00 CAT [262 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Regina (l) in class with a classmate
A TWO-hour walk from home to school is not the only bother for 16-year-old Jane Chuma, a grade 11 pupil at Chitulika Secondary School.
Jane knows that there is something good in education and it is no wonder she has vowed never to back down like other girls in Mpika district of Muchinga Province despite the distance.
By Kambeu on Sun 13 July 2014, 14:00 CAT [872 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
IT IS said that business opportunities are like buses, there is always another one that will come.
Mawano Kambeu, who is a Zambian entrepreneur, investment professional and technology expert, says an entrepreneur must make more opportunities than he finds.
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