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Lifestyle
By By Susan Mwenda-Mulongoti on Sun 13 July 2014, 14:00 CAT [147 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
THERE was a day I was watching a documentary on people in Chipata town who make a living by operating bicycle taxis. One man said he was able to raise as much as K40 per day. He said that was good and was enough to sustain his family. That's about K1,000 per month. Some people work as security guards, getting about K400 per month. Perhaps, the wife also works either as a maid or she does some trading. Let's look at just two basic human needs: shelter and food. Let's peg rent at K350-500 and food at K200-400 per month.
By Kay Rose on Sun 13 July 2014, 14:00 CAT [221 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Dear men,
THIS letter is addressed to the men, but if you are a woman reading this, think of it as 'a simple guide to finding Mr Right.' because this is a call to action for some men to become real men.
By Cooking with Lillian Mumba on Sun 13 July 2014, 14:00 CAT [192 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Recipe

YOU are most welcome to the newly rebranded Twaala Restaurant located inside Queensmead/MUNIS.
The environment and atmosphere is amazing.
For pictures, menus and location, go to www.twaalakitchens.com (external link)
By Abigail Sitenge and pictures by David Kashiki on Sun 06 July 2014, 14:01 CAT [2234 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Annita with four of her five children
SHE doesn't know how it feels to be in Grade 12 and little did she know that her desire to become a medical doctor one day would be shattered just in her eleventh grade.
By Agatha Mali and Kwenda Paipi in Mbala on Sun 06 July 2014, 14:01 CAT [1504 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Esnart Mazimba
SHE was born like any other child and her parents rejoiced at the birth of their ninth child.
By Christopher Miti in Chipata on Sun 06 July 2014, 14:01 CAT [760 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Members of the Extension Service of the Chipata Muslim Association donating items to the vulnerable
ONE of the main tasks of the government is to reduce poverty in the country. But it cannot afford to carry out this noble responsibility on its on without support from stakeholders, it needs public private partnership, which can help alleviate the suffering of the needy and vulnerable in society.
By Edwin Mbulo in Livingstone on Sun 06 July 2014, 14:01 CAT [748 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Lifestyle
THE Zambezi River, from where Zambia's name is derived, is a source of livelihood for millions of people in all the countries it flows through before it enters the Indian Ocean.
By Ben Mbangu in Choma on Sun 06 July 2014, 14:01 CAT [615 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Makina before treatment at UTH
THE silent voice from nine-year-old Marriet Makina, who has a swollen stomach, of Chandamali compound in Choma goes unnoticed by many in the area.
By Edwin Mbulo in Livingstone on Sun 06 July 2014, 14:01 CAT [377 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Some of the girls and boys selected during the Southern Province Airtel Rising Stars initiative
CHIEF Chikanta of the Tonga people of Kalomo district unknowingly borrowed the words of a British writer Doris Lessing who once said:
"Any human anywhere will blossom in a hundred unexpected talents and capacities simply by being given the opportunity to do so."
By Edem Djokotoe on Sun 06 July 2014, 14:00 CAT [580 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
If, like me, you've spent half a lifetime crawling from one fleshpot and den of sin to another, then you know that Brothers take their booze very seriously.
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