Three killed and one injured in stabbing and shooting incident in Japan – media

Tokyo - Three people were killed and one injured in a shooting and stabbing incident in a city in rural Japan on Thursday, with the perpetrator having barricaded himself inside a building, media reported.

Man opened plane door in mid-air because he was ‘uncomfortable’ – report

A passenger on an Asiana Airlines 020560.KS flight told police he opened a door on the plane minutes before it landed in Daegu, South Korea, on Friday because he was "uncomfortable", Yonhap News Agency reported.

Ugandan lawyer shot dead as he arrived home

A Ugandan lawyer has been shot dead in central Wakiso region, north-west of capital Kampala. Police told local media that Ronald Mukisa, 45, was killed on Tuesday night as he was arriving home.

How Much Sleep Do You Need? -Recommended Hours by Age

“I’ll sleep when I’m dead.” This seems to be a popular mantra amongst the go-getters of the world. In fact, I’d be willing to wager you’ve heard of at least one highly successful person who prides themselves on their ability to consistently crush goals with as little as three or four hours of sleep per night.[1]

WWF Zambia urges gov’t to halt mining in Lower Zambezi

THE World Wide Fund (WWF) Zambia has appealed to government to review and cancel the mining licence for the large-scale mining operations in the Lower Zambezi National Park.


What President Hichilema essentially understood with his incarceration is that even if he did not commit the crime of treason, with which he was charged, one of those Judges could literally have sent him onto death row to be hanged, not because he had committed a crime but because the arguments from the powerful lawyers belonging to the more powerful entity, namely the State may have overcome his own lawyers. That the fact that Mr. Hichilema was in fact innocent would not have counted at all. 


Dr. Malila identified factors that has placed the Judiciary in disrepute. He stated that the Judiciary suffers reputation damage and accusations that it is subject to manipulation and compromise, that some judgements are motivated by considerations that are inconsistent with the Judicial Oarth of Office.

James Ndambo’s My Home Town spirit lives on – as he says he will continue serving and inspiring humanity as he resurrects his charitable project in...

EXACTLY seven days after My Home Town Zambia (MHT), domiciled in Choma was forced to shut down its operations on account of State hostilities against the organization, the altruistic organization saw light and resurrection in the West African country of Ghana, in the city of Kumasi.  

THE ENTRY AND EXIT OF JAMES NDAMBO – The dilemma of a Zambian philanthropist 

As a scholar, published author and diplomat, the story of James Ndambo, to me myself personally, provides a great case study of one of the reasons African nations fail to succeed Ambassador Anthony Mukwita. 

Human trafficking threat

It is interesting to hear that despite the advocacy being done, some people are still falling prey to human trafficking scams. Immigration Officers at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport has denied exit to a Zambian woman travelling to Oman to work as a house maid in a suspected human trafficking case.

African scientists say ‘mild Omicron’ could end pandemic

THE rapid spread of Omicron had concerned virologists. Now, African scientists are optimistic that the variant could mark the end of the pandemic and...