ELI Kayula, the former Times of Zambia foreman whose bride collapsed as they were exchanging vows at Pamodzi Catholic Church in Ndola on Saturday and later died in hospital, says he didn’t expect such an outcome.
……..“I didn’t anticipate such an outcome because she was fine on Friday and Saturday until we got to the church where she complained of having a blackout before falling ill,” Read More
police in Ndola are pursuing a woman only known as ‘Bana Dennis’ who allegedly burnt a three-year-old girl with a hot knife in her private parts.
Copperbelt Police Commissioner Joyce Kasosa said the woman used a hot knife on Wednesday to burn the private parts of a three-year-old neighbour for unknown reasons in Mine Masala Township in Ndola. – Source Times of Zambia
The existence of the Trade Fair spans 50 years on 2nd July, 2014 making it a half century since its inception in 1964. With the benefit of hindsight, insight and foresight, the Trade Fair performs supreme national function of spurring economic development through fostering international trade.
Today, many young people of African descent – both at home and abroad – lament their parents’ prudish attitudes towards sex. Most of us grew up around parents who never displayed their affection for each other in front of us, parents who never talked to us about sex except to warn us to abstain before marriage. Click here For the Full Story