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Glory Mushinge

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Glory Mushinge is an International freelance Journalist from Zambia.

How Covid-19 funds were misappropriated in Zambia

A damning report about the misappropriation of COVID 19 funds by Zambian government officials has been released by the Auditor- General's office. Unexplained transactions About $71...

Zambia fights breast and cervical cancers as mortality rate surges

Thandiwe Banda, the youngest first lady Zambia has ever had, was only in her 30s when her husband, Rupiah Bwezani Banda became the country's...

Zambian activists seek clarity on prison vote ahead of 2021 elections

The month of October in Zambia, has been characterized by a host of electoral issues, pertaining to the 2021 General elections. The first ever prison...

Zambia: Young people drop out of school due to Covid-19

Some young people in some underprivileged communities in Zambia may not return to school this year, despite all education institutions having re-opened, because a...

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...

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The rise of cryptocurrency transfers to Africa

Cryptocurrency is steadily growing acceptance in Africa. Similarly, the use of cryptocurrency for money transfers to Africa is also on the rise. Fintech companies use...

UN says cannabis is no more a dangerous drug

The United Nation Commission on Narcotic Drugs has voted to remove cannabis and cannabis resin from a category of the world's most dangerous drugs. This...

Ghana’s major presidential candidates sign peace pact ahead of polls

The two leading candidates in Ghana's Presidential election on December 7 have signed a peace pact at a ceremony in the capital, Accra. The incumbent...

South Africa probes lottery draw of 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

South Africa's Tuesday night national lottery drew the consecutive numbers 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and a "PowerBall" number of 10, drawing immediate accusations of...

Terrorism could persist in Nigeria for 20 years, army chief says

The Chief of Army Staff of Nigeria, Lt Gen Tukur Yusuf Buratai, has said that "there is likelihood of terrorism persisting in Nigeria...
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