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Emeli Sandé is Britain’s brightest star of 2012. Her mother is English and father from Zambia. She features on cover of UKZAMBIANS magazine February Issue 2013. [nggallery id=36] Related other Read more
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The late Miriam Nalupumbwe-Bussink will be laid to rest on Monday, 28th January 2013 at the Vale Cemetery in Luton, England in the United Kingdom. Prior to the burial, a Church Read more
The January 2013 issue of UKZAMBIANS magazine is in out now packed with all the memories of 2012. Download for Free Now : [ddownload id=50441] The cover story features His Read more
UKZAMBIANS would like to announce the untimely passing of Benedict Benn Chikopa, who passed away in the Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead, London, United Kingdom. Benn lost his battle with Read more
A high quality video by Zambian musician Maureen Lilanda has been nominated for the Born and Bred Award-Best Conscience Video. Mr. Peter Elijah Lungu of The Zambian Institute for Sustainable Read more
We hereby kindly advise President Sata to appoint Dr. Roger Chongwe to head a team of Experts to revisit the Mvunga, Mwanakatwe, Mungomba Constitution and a recent Draft Constitution before Read more
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