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By Hope Chanda in Ndola on Sun 22 June 2014, 14:01 CAT [850 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Lifestyle
LABOUR of a full term pregnancy is described by many mothers as the most painful experience that one can go through in life, worse more for a person who carried her unborn baby for almost a year.
Mode Chanda, 39, from Ndola's Chifubu township carried her pregnancy for almost 12 months and delivered a baby suffering from a strange disease known as cavernous haemangioma.
By Kwenda Paipi and Agatha Mali in Mbala on Sun 22 June 2014, 14:01 CAT [655 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Sinyangwe's study circle has been able to make a profit  from the variety of vegetables it has grown
EDSON Sinyangwe has embarked on an ambitious journey to transform himself from poverty and also help his family move from the cocoon of hunger to that of being a household with abundance of food.
By By Edwin Mbulo in Livingstone on Sun 22 June 2014, 14:01 CAT [684 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
The Barotse Gardens was renamed Mukuni Park in 1995 after  chief Mukuni of the Leya people of Kazungula district
WELCOME to Livingstone's only public park, Mukuni Park.
Formerly Barotse Gardens, the park, which has become a haven of entertainment and romantic outings, has a unique historical background.
By Story and pictures by Edwin Mbulo in Livingstone on Sun 22 June 2014, 14:01 CAT [693 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Undertakers exhuming the bodies
IN THE quest to build a bridge across the Zambezi River at Kazungula, the Southern African Development Community wanted to have all stakeholders agreeable to the project which is aimed at making the cost of doing business without any controversy be it natural or cultural.
By By Susan Mwenda-Mulongoti on Sun 22 June 2014, 14:01 CAT [801 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Baby
EVERY newborn baby cries, right from birth. In fact if she doesn't cry soon after birth, it could signify a problem. What about other times? It's important to understand and accept the fact that crying is a baby's main way of communicating. Whatever the baby needs, her only way of telling you is through crying. For new parents, it's a challenge to know what each cry means but fortunately, with time, you will be able to decode the cries. So what is a baby trying to say through crying?
By Audrey Mwanza on Sun 22 June 2014, 14:01 CAT [820 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Lifestyle
SOMETIME back I attended a mentorship programme that was organised for teenage girls. Women from different career backgrounds came together to offer some kind of skills and knowledge that girls would need to excel in their life careers. I remember one mentor sharing with the girls how she had struggled with her body image as a teenager and young adult. Despite excelling in her education and profession, this woman struggled with her body image. She felt she was so ugly that no young man would be interested in marrying her. She struggled with this up to the time she married and exclaimed, "At last, the ugly duckling got married." You might think this is just a story but it is true.
By Edem Djokotoe on Sun 22 June 2014, 14:00 CAT [336 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
After what I saw last evening, I have come to the conclusion that we do need some cops around here to maintain law and order and to draw the line somewhere. Only way we can prevent Society from becoming a circus, complete with clowns and performing animals.
By Dr Manasseh Phiri on Sun 22 June 2014, 14:00 CAT [392 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
ONE day, two weeks ago, I was listening to a radio news bulletin while doing something else. I was not too sure that I had heard properly what I thought I had heard. I thought I had heard the reader say something about the district commissioner for Solwezi talking about condoms in lodges and hotels in Solwezi. I stopped whatever I was doing to pay more attention to the news but the bulletin had already moved on to other news.
By Newton Ng'uni on Sun 22 June 2014, 14:00 CAT [390 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
In yesteryears, there run a film titled "Killing Fields" in which people were killed willy-nilly with nowhere to run to. Public authorities committed atrocities against defenseless people. In chief Chiundaponde's area, in Mpika district, fragrant violation of human rights, including extra-judicial
By Charles Mazaba on Sun 22 June 2014, 14:00 CAT [310 Reads, 0 Comment(s)] » Print  
Lifestyle
MUCH has been written about the erosion of shared values and respect for authority, variously attributed to the continuing fragmenting trend of the extended family, increased individual mobility, media influence, and other characteristics of modern society. It does appear that civility and respect for authority continue to decrease, as shown by acts of road rage and reckless accidents. It is important to note that public roads are national assets and are meant to be shared by all citizens regardless of their social standing or economic status.
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