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Today’s Message:In the Furnace

Today’s Scripture “Behold, I have refined you, but not as silver; I have tested you in the furnace of affliction.” (Isaiah 48:10, NKJV) In the Furnace As a young man, Moses knew he was supposed to deliver God’s people from their slavery in...

Today’s Message: You Are Not a Slave

Today’s Scripture So if the Son makes you free, then you are unquestionably free.” (John 8:36, AMP) You Are Not a Slave Because of negative things in the past or even mistakes we’ve made, too often we develop a slave mentality. We think...

Super Rhymer discusses his music career

  Lameck Zulu a.k.a Super Rhymer is a hip hop song writer, singer, beat maker and rapper. “People identified me as the artist who always brings tough rhymes. That's where the Rhymer comes from and Super come from me being...

Lafarge Zambia CEO scoops Africa’s most respected CEO award

Lafarge Zambia Chief Executive Officer Jimmy Khan is set to receive the prestigious Africa’s Most Respected CEO’s Award, to be conferred in Dubai this month. The awards recognise leadership, innovation and commitment to excellence by CEOs in different business sectors...

Remembering Kenneth Kaunda

BY Chanda Mbao when I heard the news about the passing of Kenneth Kaunda, I didn’t want to believe it. While it is true, he lived a blessed and long life and we should indeed be grateful for who he was...

Siame and Njobvu aim for gold in Tokyo Olympics

With the delayed 2020 Olympic Games now just around the corner, Zambian hopefuls Sydney Siame and Rhoda Njobvu talk up their chances of mining gold. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0LMBED80AJ8

‘I used to hunt wild animals to feed my family’ – Fashion Sakala

Zambian star Fashion Sakala opens up about the fairytale rags-to-riches football journey that has taken him to Scottish champions, Rangers. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L7LmvV2y4nI

Charity Malasha – The fritter girl on the way to greatness

In April 2018 Charity Malasha’s life was trapped in a viscous cycle of poverty. At age 12 she had already dropped out of school, was a petty trader and in all probability was destined to become a teenage mother...

No peace in polygamy, says Mpali’s Uncle Patrick

  His role as a bumbling security guard might induce heavy bouts of laughter but Uncle Patrick of Mpali has a serious side to him. https://youtu.be/YlQDZQjHc7s

Mental health crisis worsens in Zambia, warns Dr Akani

Most Zambians are likely to be suffering in silence as the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on mental health worsens, says Dr Maria Akani. https://youtu.be/X7W5JtKJ-S8
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