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Chelsea have put together a run of three wins and a draw from their last four games in all competitions, including back-to-back clean sheets at home to Nottingham Forest and Burnley.

Newcastle are perhaps one of the most unpredictable teams in the Premier League, having beaten Tottenham and Manchester United this season but also lost to relegation-threatened Norwich and Aston Villa.


Real Madrid are unbeaten in their last 16 matches across all competitions (11 wins, 5 draws). Los Blancos are unbeaten at the Bernabeu this season (7 wins, 5 draw). Real have won their last 12 matches against Sevilla at the Bernabeu.

Sevilla aim to retain their spot in the top four, and we predict that they are going to grab something from the Real Madrid game. Sevilla are 5 points behind Real Madrid and are 4th place in La ligations, with six wins and two draws from their ten away matches so far.

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President Edgar Lungu pardons jailed Rainbow Newspaper Editor Derrick Sinjela.



TO mark his 63rd birthday day which falls today, President Edgar Chagwa Lungu, has pardoned five inmates from various Correctional Facilities.

The President has pardoned Chief Mulongwe, Mr Maxwell Mwale a former Minister in the MMD Government, Journalist Derrick Sinjela, Afumbwa Mumbotwa and former Zambia Air Force Commander General Christopher Singongo.

The President’s action is in line with article 97 of the Constitution of Zambia Chapter (II) of the Laws of Zambia which provides for Presidential Pardon and Substitution of Severe Punishments imposed on the convicted.

This is contained in the statement issued by Special Assistant to the President for Press and Public Relations Mr Isaac Chipampe.

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Four injured in a hiace minibus crash in Mazabuka, police say



FOUR people have sustained serious injuries after a Hiace Minibus which they were on overturned at Mazabuka Motel along the Great North Road.

The accident happened on Saturday around 04:00 hours involving a Toyota Hiace minibus registration number ACT 9997 which was being driven by Mwansa Mwila aged 24 of Kabobola extension in Mazabuka.

Police Spokesperson Esther Katongo in a statement said the accident happened when the driver of the same bus lost control due to excessive speed and later careered off the road and overturned.

She said due to impact, the driver and three passengers identified as Gilbert Matiketi aged 23 of  Mazabuka, George Mutinta aged 22 Of Kabobola extension and Francis Moyo aged 20 of Matero in Lusaka sustained serious injuries and are all admitted in Mazabuka Hospital.

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Two former MoH Officials sentenced to 6 years imprisonment with hard labour for corrupt practices



MPIKA Resident Felix Kaoma has sentenced two former Ministry of Health Officials to six (6) years imprisonment with hard labour for corrupt practices involving theft by public servant.

Magistrate found Fundi Simwanda,a former Assistant Accountant, and Derick Lukonde, a former purchasing and supplies officer in the Ministry of health guilty on four (4) counts of theft by public servant involving over K 30,000.

ACC Corporate Communications Officer Jonathan Siame has disclosed this in a statement to the media today.

Siame said in Count one, the duo, on unknown dates but between 1st January 2010 and 30th June 2010 in Mpika, being public officers in the Ministry of health, jointly and whilst acting together, stole K5, 240 on Cheque No. 4597 the property of the Government of the Republic of Zambia which came into their possession by virtue of their employment and were each sentenced to 12 months imprisonment with labour on this count.

In Count two, Simwanda and Lukonde were found guilty of theft of K 5000 on cheque No. 4568, property of the government of the Republic of Zambia and were sentenced to 24 months imprisonment with hard labour.

Shame said in the third Count, the duo was found guilty of theft of K9, 988 on cheque No. 779, property of the government of the Republic of Zambia and was sentenced to 24 months imprisonment with hard labour.

And Shame said in Count four, Simwanda and Lukonde were convicted of stealing K10, 400 on receipt No. 1429 property of the government of the Republic of Zambia and they were sentenced to 24 months imprisonment with hard labour on this count.

He revealed that the sentences will run consecutively with effect from 29th August 2019 while the duo will each spend a total of 6 years in prison.

Siame said the court has further entered a civil judgement in the matter in which the duo was ordered to pay back the amounts stolen as stated in the individual counts amounting to K30, 628.

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