Read More. Luapula Province commissioner of police Malcolm Mulenga said yesterday. Story from the Independent Observer Website A Five-year-old boy has been burnt to ashes while his two year-old sister is nursing serious burns after their house was set ablaze by their father in Nchelenge District on Friday night. District Commissioner DC Royd Chakaba has said Nchelenge District in Luapula Province risks losing out from the civil aviation fund because of the standoff over the management of the airstrip. Share this: Tweet. Like this: Like Loading
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I like to be in front of the camera. Rachel, who played the clarinet in her high school band and considered joining the Air Force after graduation, was excited at the idea of modeling, making good money and a chance to get on a plane for the first time ever. I still didn't think anyone would find out, didn't think my parents would find out. But when she landed in Miami, Rachel said she realized she had stepped into a world she never imagined -- one that she said would haunt her forever. Rachel said a year-old agent met her at the airport and took her to a no-frills house with about a dozen other young girls -- most of them were also from small towns, just like her. A lot of agents just see money signs.
The lake where locals say it's easier to catch HIV than fish
A year-old Teacher of Nchelenge Secondary School has been arrested for allegedly impregnating a year-old school girl. Tresford Kangwa was nabbed by police on a charge of defilement but it was later discovered that the said girl is allegedly pregnant. Luapula Province Commissioner of Police Elias Chushi said the incident is alleged to have happened between February and June this year.
Thirty years ago, Lake Mweru in the far north of Zambia had so many fish it was said a man could catch a tonne a day with just two small nets. But few people lived near the great inland sea then, so the fish were barely taken. But increasing poverty, conflict on the Democratic Republic of Congo side of the lake and the closure of Zambian copper mines have lured tens of thousands of young men to the lake to start fishing.