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Chipolopolo Coach George Lwandamina was delighted as Zambia progressed to the second qualification round of the 2016 African Nations Championship (CHAN) following a 6-5 victory on post-match penalties at the expense of Namibia after the tie had ended 3 – 3 over two legs. Lwandamina told fazfootball.com in a post-match interview that the victory was […]

Cadres from the opposition United Party for National Development (UPND) have attacked a reporter from Macha Radio at the Lwiindi Gonde traditional ceremony. Mastone Monze was talking to someone wearing a PF beret when a group of Cadres clad in UPND regalia pounced on him. They punched him and tore his shirts accusing him of […]

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Bwalya Chiti, Zambia’s Ambassador to Germany has refuted a story carried by Zambia Daily Mail and other online media that that he was knocked down by a Mrs. Vosa with a vehicle after a marital dispute.   The story also claimed that Mrs Vosa has been arrested by the Lusaka Police for attempted murder and […]

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Dear Editor,   Allow me to write on a rather serious matter concerning our civil service. The Public Service Commission (PSMD) headed by Permanent Secretary Vilepi Mtonga in charge of recruitment and placement has become a rotten place of all kinds of mischievous deeds. While PSMD is in charge of placement and recruitment, it is […]

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Aspiring MP Clement Tembo blocks building of shopping mall

Kabwata Constituency parliamentary hopeful Clement Tembo has filed an injunction in the Lusaka High Court to restrain Hua Feng Construction from building a shopping mall on the piece of land which houses tennis and basketball courts in Libala area. The sale of the land in question has brought some controversy with a number of residents […]

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A Zambian living in United States Jordan Chipangama has welcomed the decision by that country to accept same-marriages and has since called on Zambia to embrace the move. Chipangama wrote on our facebook group: “I wish to extend my gratitude to the American community for accepting gay rights. I hope my blind African countries will […]

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Government should seriously consider nuclear energy – Munali Aspiring MP

Zambia’s Youngest Parliamentary aspirant, Niza Phiri says nuclear energy, gas stove household piping should be seriously considered as an alternative power source to meeting the growing power demand. Addressing a group of Youths gathering in Avondale discussing a policy on land loans, an initiative of Hon Vinicent Mwale, working with Niza Phiri, the Munali parliamentary […]

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Kenya’s President visiting Zambia

Kenya President Uhuru Kenyatta has arrived in the country ahead of the official opening of the 51st Zambia International Trade Fair in Ndola. Qfm Radio reports that Mr. Kenyatta’s presidential jet KAF 308 touched down at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport at 12:05hrs this Friday afternoon. President Kenyatta who was accorded a 21 presidential gun salute […]

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Dr Francis Manda is dead

On the photo Dr Manda with Prof Luo on their wedding day. Prominent Medical practitioner,  Dr Fracis Manda has died. Dr Manda who worked as an Urologist Consultant died from the University Teaching Hospital Friday morning. Many will remember Dr Manda from his Radio 4 talk show programme called Manzi Therapy on ZNBC.   Dr Manda also served as first chairman of Health in the opposition UPND under Anderson Mazoka.   He was a former husband to Traditional and Chiefs Affairs Prof Nkandu Luo died   And Zambia Medical Association […]

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The Tanzania Ports Authority and the Zambian government have signed a bilateral agreement to establish a Liaison office in Zambia with the aim to ease cross-border trade, and cut-down on the cost of conducting business between the two parties.       This move is important to the economies of both Tanzania and Zambia as […]

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