Thursday, September 24, 2020

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Glory Mushinge

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Glory Mushinge is an International freelance Journalist from Zambia.

Zambian schools reopen after months of closure over Covid-19

After weeks of appeals by a number of Zambian residents, for government to reopen schools,  President Edgar Lungu has finally issued a directive to...

Mourning of a giant university fish in Zambia receives mixed reactions

The death of a giant fish, fondly called ‘Mafishi,  which lived for over 3 decades, in a pond, at one of Zambia's biggest higher...

Planting 50 billion trees across Africa for wealth creation

A Canadian-based organisation, working with a team of African citizens, has embarked on a mission to plant 50 billion trees across Africa and beyond. Tfortrees,...

Zambia’s ‘discriminatory’ nomination fee for 2021 general election

A number of politicians vying for public office in Zambia's 2021 General election, may end up dropping out of the race, before voting begins,...

Zambia: Bar owners want to resume work despite high Covid-19 infections

Some bar owners in Zambia are pressurising the government to open bars, despite the rapid rise in Covid-19 Infections. Zambia's President, Edgar Lungu, has been...

Zambian celebrities vow to hold more anti-govt protests

Zambian authorities had better brace themselves for a chain of anti-bad governance protests, following a hint to that effect, by young celebrities representing youths...

Zambia: Many students are without E-learning facilities amid Covid-19

Zambia introduced E-Learning as a way for students to continue learning from home, during the partial lockdown, which resulted into schools closing. With this move,...

Covid-19: Zambia’s decision to reopen churches condemned

The latest COVID-19 speech by Zambia's President, Edgar Lungu has been a subject of intense criticism after he eased some of the partial lockdown...

The Zambian using skating to change mindset among young people

To many youngsters, Skateboarding is just a pastime activity, but for 20 year old Johnny Kalenga, of Mongu town, in the Western province of...

Young Zambians get innovative to tackle COVID-19

As COVID-19 closes in on most African countries, some Zambian residents are rolling up their sleeves to complement government efforts against the virus, with...

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