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Stop being dull, MMD urges PF

Stop being dull, MMD urges PF

Movement for Multi-Party Democracy (MMD) Deputy National Secretary Winnie Zaloumis has urged the Patriotic Front (PF) Deputy National Secretary Mumbi Phiri and Information Minister Chishimba Kambwili to stop their usual senseless political rhetoric in responding to serious issues raised by the opposition. “As the biggest political party, we are posing serious questions to the PF […]

PF has begun premature 2016 campaigns – FODEP

The Foundation for Democratic Process (FODEP) has expressed concern at what it has termed as premature campaigns being conducted by the opposition UPND and the ruling Patriotic Front ahead of the 2016 General election. FODEP Executive Director MacDonald Chipenzi says this is why his organization has been calling for the enforcement of the Electoral Code […]

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PF scared of Nevers – MMD North

Movement for Multi-party Democracy (MMD) Northern Province Information and Publicity Secretary Cephas Bwalya has charged that the shockingly desperate behavior of the Patriotic Front (PF) in the political drama in Solwezi West reveals that they are scared of Nevers Mumba and unknowingly declaring that the MMD is their greatest threat in the 2016 General Elections. […]

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President Edgar Lungu says there is no need to shed blood just to have an individual elected as Member of Parliament.   The President says there is need for parties taking part in the September 24 Parliamentary by-elections to conduct peaceful campaigns.   Zambia will have Parliamentary by-elections slated in Solwezi West and Lubansenshi.   […]

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BLK Super Speciality Hospital signs MoU with UTH

Continuing with the commitment to take best of health services to every corner of Africa, New Delhi based BLK Super Speciality Hospital signed an MoU with University Teaching Hospital (UTH), which shall pave the way for seamless access to world class healthcare facilities and skill development providing expertise to make UTH a fully functional tertiary […]

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Kabimba is the architect of the problems President Lungu inherited – FODEP

Rainbow Party leader Wynter Kabimba is the architect of the constitution-making problems and other governance challenges President Edgar Lungu inherited and it is morally and politically incorrect to blame the Head of State for problems he did not create, the Foundation for Democratic Process (FODEP) has charged. FODEP executive director MacDonald Chipenzi says if Kabimba […]

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Warriors date Zesco in Barclays Cup quarterfinals

Defending Barclays Cup champions Zesco United have been pitted against prime promotion contenders from FAZ Division One South Kabwe Warriors in this years quarterfinals. The two sides will meet in a double-header clash at Nkoloma Stadium in Lusaka on September 20. This will be the two sides’ debut meeting in the Barclays Cup. Zesco will […]

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LAZ sees nothing wrong with PF adopting Kasama candidate

The Law Association of Zambia (LAZ) says the decision by the ruling Patriotic Front to announce its parliamentary candidate for the Kasama Central seat which is subject to court litigation will not affect the court proceedings. LAZ President George Chisanga says therefore nothing wrong with the move by the Patriotic Front to name their candidate […]

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Stanbic and PEP Zambia sign funding MoU

Stanbic Bank has signed an agreement with the Private Enterprise Programme-Zambia (PEPZ) that seeks to provide the funding required by small-scale entrepreneurs to expand their businesses and tap into the local supply chain. The memorandum of understanding (MOU) between the two organisations aims to build and fortify the capacity of Zambian micro, small and medium-sized […]

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HH gives prescription to Zambia’s struggling economy

Hakainde Hichilema has prescribed measures that can be taken to address the current economic ‘crisis’ the country is going through.   The opposition leader says it is laziness for the PF government to continue blaming external factors on the failing economy.   The PF government has attributed the poor performance of the economy that has seen the local currency on a free fall on the slow performance of the Chinese economy.   BeloBelow is Hichilema’s statement:   In the face of an ever-rising cost of living and falling Kwacha, Zambians are becoming increasingly alarmed at the state of the economy. This concern […]

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