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10 Jan 2020
Zambian coffin sellers have until March to move their wares away from a hospital in the country's capital, Lusaka, in a report by Daily Mail Lusaka Mayor, Miles Sampa, said the coffin sellers would be relocated to the graveyards if they failed to move. Before now, the traders had been conducting business outside the University…
20 Jul 2019
Hundreds of people wearing yellow T-shirts rallied on Saturday in Zambia's capital Lusaka -- to kick start a campaign against corruption in President Edgar Lungu's government.
15 May 2019
As part of its corporate shared value (CSV) initiative, MultiChoice Africa’s has called for entry into the second edition of MultiChoice Talent Factory (MTF) Academy (MTF) programme. Launched in May 2018, the programme is aimed at igniting Africa’s creative industry through TV and film-making for emerging filmmakers from 13 African countries. The programme is opened…

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Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr on Thursday praised his dictator father's rule after being sworn in as the country's new leader, completing a decades-long effort to restore the clan to the country's highest office. Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr, 64, won last month's elections by a landslide, securing the biggest victory since his father and namesake…
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Russia said Thursday it had pulled its forces from Ukraine's Snake Island, calling it a "goodwill gesture" to allow Kyiv to export agricultural products.  "On June 30, as a gesture of goodwill, the Russian armed forces completed their tasks on Snake Island and withdrew a garrison stationed there," the defence ministry said in a statement. …
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French inflation accelerated to its highest level since at least 1991 in June, official data showed Thursday, as food and energy costs have surged since Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Consumer prices jumped 5.8 percent compared to the same month last year, with energy soaring 33.1 percent and food rising 5.7 percent, statistics agency Insee said…
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For all its tough talk against Russia, the UK's government is failing to enforce its promises to clean up dirty foreign money, a hard-hitting report by MPs said Thursday. It was "shameful" that after years of warnings, the government only began to clamp down on the illicit flows when Russia invaded Ukraine in February, the…
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Ferdinand Marcos Jr, whose dictator father and namesake plundered and brutalised the Philippines, has reached the end of a decades-long campaign to rehabilitate the family brand: the presidency. Marcos Jr, known by his nickname "Bongbong", succeeded Rodrigo Duterte in the top job on Thursday after his landslide victory in last month's elections. His win followed…