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By Masuzyo Chakwe on Sun 19 June 2011, 04:05 CAT [4234 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Happy Mapulanga using a computer at the centre - Picture by Eddie Mwanaleza
IT has often been said that a person's experiences during childhood and upbringing has a huge impact on their future.
By Brina Manenga on Sun 19 June 2011, 04:04 CAT [4157 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Lifestyle
SURVIVING the 1994 genocide was a miracle for 31-year-old Emmanuel Bigirimana but life has never been the same for him.
By Kim Otteby on Sun 19 June 2011, 04:03 CAT [4079 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Refined sugar
A cross-cultural analysis published in the British Journal of Psychiatry found a strong correlation between refined sugar consumption and mental illness.
By Sandra Lombe in Kazungula on Sun 12 June 2011, 04:06 CAT [8141 Reads, 1 Comment(s)] » Print  
Susan Malumo - Picture by Edwin Mbulo in Livingstone
IN most traditions, marriage usually brings two or more families together. But in essence, the union is between two people once they decide to live as husband and wife.
By Masuzyo Chakwe on Sun 12 June 2011, 04:04 CAT [14050 Reads, 3 Comment(s)] » Print  
Reigning Miss Zambia, Zindaba Chirwa Hanzala - Picture by Thomas Nsama
MY journey as Miss Zambia has not been an easy one, says reigning beauty queen Zindaba Chirwa Hanzala.


By Masuzyo Chakwe on Sun 12 June 2011, 04:03 CAT [6057 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Professor Mubiana Macwan'gi - Pictures by Eddie Mwanaleza
PEOPLE who have grown up in a rural setting can attest to how hard life is.
By Edwin Mbulo on Sun 12 June 2011, 04:02 CAT [4180 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Ravenda Kawanda with her two children - Pictures by Edwin Mbulo
OFTENtimes many people have complained about negligence in the country's health centres and hospitals and its consequences.


By Kim Otteby on Sun 12 June 2011, 04:00 CAT [2659 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Asthma patients wait at a temporary shelter as they prepare to receive the special 'fish medicine' which they hope will cure them
WATER is one of the most amazing and mysterious elements in all of nature. Research conducted in various universities throughout the world has repeatedly shown that it is the structure or alignment of the molecules within water that are of much greater importance than its chemical purity.
By Mwala Kalaluka IN Mongu on Sun 05 June 2011, 04:10 CAT [5102 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Bishop Chinyemba lies prostrate before archbishops and bishops prior to his ordination - Pictures by Collins Phiri
THE expressions of genuine joy were unrestrained when Zambia's most nascent Roman Catholic Church diocese of Mongu witnessed the installation of its second bishop in Mongu town on May 28, 2011.
By Masuzyo Chakwe on Sun 05 June 2011, 04:09 CAT [4858 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Many female refugees still become victims of rape and other dehumanising crimes
HAVE you ever imagined what internally displaced persons go through? Imagine war breaks out and you flee but have no destination. Imagine the harsh reality of losing your child because of cholera outbreak necessitated by the inhuman conditions in which internally displaced persons live as they run away to safe-areas.
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