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Zambian Singer Naimah going Global with debut EP “GOAL DIGGER” #GOALS

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Naimah is #GOALS!
Zambian singer based in South Africa announced the Release party to her debut EP “GOAL DIGGER” which was released on Friday 13th May 2022 , and is now available on all digital music platforms. She recently returned from a press tour in Cape Town , appearing on popular morning show on SANC 3 the expresso show and hectic Nine 9 studios to promote Her current singles titled “Off my mind” featuring Tumi Tladi (SA) which has been featured on popular South African drama series The Wife and has been making its way into top charting playlists like apple music’s Hot Tracks, New in R&B, along with her collaboration with Zambian superstar Roberto titled Uthando Lwakho , that was quick in attracting fans attention.

The EP was motivated by Naimah’s desire to do something different,and, working with acclaimed Producer Lee Global on executive production and other producers, brought a whole new sound from her usual Afropop/fusion sound and a new message that are thought provoking and encouraging and this is well projected in the title “GOAL DIGGER”.

The Ep explores the personal and interpersonal experiences that were common themes in Naimah’s journey as an ambitious independent woman who is also a hopeless romantic as she navigates her goals letting go of non serving relationships and habits as youl hear in songs like “off my mind” which describes the ups and downs in relationships brought on by a work – life imbalance and mistrust.

In songs like “apart” featuring Pambo from South Africa, the two artists explored the active-passive response to realizing two people are better off apart than together.

Naimah’s drive and passion for life is perfectly articulated in songs like “live your life” featuring motswako queen Fifi Cooper and “pretty savage” featuring Rouge. Naimah also announced her release party to celebrate the people involved in making the EP possible and a success.

Naimah takes the crown as this collaborative album has sure raised the bar for Zambian music as she continues to push the boundaries as an independent artist who exceeds her own goals. We can’t wait to see what the Zambian Queen is up to next

Get #GoalDigger out now

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https://instagram.com/naimahglobal

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Unnatural offence suspects provide fake names to police

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TWO male student nurses who were previously charged with unnatural offence have now been accused of providing false information to a public officer during the investigation.

Police spokesperson Rae Hamoonga said, it was revealed during the course of investigations that the individual initially identified as Chisenga Chanda, aged 20, of Matero, had misrepresented his identity.

He said the actual name is Brighton Banda, aged 25, of New Avondale, and a third-year Student Nurse at a named institution.

Similarly, Matthews Kabwe, aged 20, of Matero, is not who he claimed to be but Darius Musukwa, aged 20, of Kamwala South, and he too is a third-year Student Nurse at a named institution.

“Both individuals have been additionally charged with the offense of giving false information to a Public Officer Contrary to Section 125 of the Penal Code Act Chapter 87 of the laws of Zambia. As a result, they are currently detained in police custody,” he said.

Mr Hamoonga said police is committed to upholding the law and ensuring the accuracy of information provided during investigations.

“We urge the public to cooperate with law enforcement agencies and to refrain from engaging in activities that may obstruct or impede the course of justice,” he said.

(Mwebantu, Wednesday, 28th February, 2024)

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Two pupils drown in Kafulafuta dam, police say 

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TWO pupils aged 14 and 12 have drowned in Kafulafuta dam in Masaiti district.

The two children drowned yesterday, Tuesday February 27, at around 15:00 hours.

Copperbelt province police commanding officer, Peacewell Mweemba said the report was made the girls grandmother, Offa Ednah, aged 53, of Masaiti.

He said Ms Ednah reported that her granddaughters drowned in Kafulafuta River.

Mr Mweemba said the victims have been identified as 14-year-old Grace Namonje, a grade six pupil, and 12-year-old Bathsheba Musaka, also in grade six at Koti ni Eden in the Shilashi area of Masaiti.

He said the two pupils left school around 14:00 hours, after which Bathsheba visited her friend’s house in Kampundu Village before deciding to accompany Grace, who lived in Saili Village.

Mr Mweemba said while on their way, the two girls opted to cross through a small path used as a road crossing over the dam.

“As they were going they decided to use a small path used as a road crossing through the dam and as they were crossing the dam they drowned after they failed to cross,” he said.

Mr Mweemba said members of the community rushed to retrieve their bodies and found that both were already dead.

He said when police visited the scene, they found that both deceased bodies had already been retrieved from the dam.

“The bodies were inspected and no physical injuries found on them. The bodies had some foam coming from their nose and mouth,” he said.

Mr Mweemba said the two bodies have since been deposited to St. Theresa’s Mission Hospital Mortuary.

(Mwebantu, Wednesday, 28th February,  2024)

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Commander II left ‘homeless’

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BUSINESSMAN Francis Muchemwa, alias, commander II, will continue being a ‘destitute’ after a magistrate refused to grant him an application to access and occupy one of his houses seized by the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC).

Through his lawyers, Muchemwa had applied, in the Lusaka Magistrate’s Court, to be allowed to occupy one of his houses grabbed from him by the ACC through seizure but the application has been dismissed by Lusaka chief resident magistrate Davies Chibwili.

In throwing out the application, the magistrate ruled that it would be premature to release the property being asked for to the accused person who is accused of possession of properties suspected of being proceeds of crime.

“It would be premature to release the property in question to him and it will sent a wrong message about the outcome of these proceedings at this stage,” the magistrate said.

He added that the submission by defence lawyers that the house should be released to their client because he has been going through hard times and destitute from the time ACC seized his properties cannot stand because the court cannot act based on humanitarian grounds at the expense of following legal procedure.

“We are concerned with the law and procedures in criminal proceedings and thus humanitarian considerations cannot be invoked or be allowed to mask or interfere with the proceedings,” magistrate Chibwili said.

He also warned the accused that in an event that his lawyers do not show up at the next hearing date, he risks representing himself in his defence.

This was after the court learnt that the accused’s lawyers were not present and that one of them had joined another law firm.

Muchemwa is supposed to open his defence after being found with a case to answer for possession of property, including houses and trucks, suspected of being proceeds of crime.

The case comes up on February 29, 2024 for opening of defence.

(Mwebantu, Wednesday, 28th February, 2024)

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