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Zambia sends Four Ministers to transport President’s body

Zambia has dispatched four Cabinet Ministers to London to prepare the transport of the remains of President Michael Sata who died on October 28, reports our Correspondent in Lusaka. The Ministers left Lusaka Thursday morning, October 30, 2014. The four Ministers – Alexander Chikwanda (Finance), Harry Kalaba (Foreign Affairs), Inonge Wina (Gender and party Chairperson) […]

No campaigns, let us mourn first – Chipimo

Elias Chipimo Jr. leader of the opposition NAREP says the country must focus on mourning and not start campaigning. In his message to comment on the passing of President Michael Sata, Chipimo said President Sata needed to be mourn because he was the leader of the country. Zambia will go to the polls within 90 […]

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The next 21 days will be trying for all Zambians – Dora Siliya

Former MMD Petauke Member of Parliament Dora Siliya says the next three weeks will be trying days for Zambians. Siliya who is also former Minister of Transport and Communication was reacting to the passing on of President Sata in London on October 28, 2014. “The next 21 days will be trying for all Zambians, once […]

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I’m In-Charge says Guy Scott as he declares national mourning

Guy Scott on Wednesday told the nation that he was the one in-charge of Zambia and declared immediately unspecified period of national mourning for President Michael Sata who died the previous night. Dr. Scott who was Vice president took of the instruments of power from Defence Minister Edgar Lungu who Sata had left as Acting […]

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Sata was a passionate, determined competitor – Rupiah Banda

Rupiah Bwezani Banda, the Fourth President of the Republic of Zambia, has described the late Zambian President, His Excellency Mr Michael Chilufya Sata, as a passionate and determined competitor who should be mourned with dignity and honour. President Banda has also appealed to Zambians to set aside the ideas that separate them and embrace the […]

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The Church in Zambia has told Citizens to turn to God during this trying moment of the funeral of President Michael Sata who died on October 28. The three Christian Church Mother bodies has appealed to Citizens to remain calm and united as the country mourns President Sata who has died at the age of […]

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Guy Scott takes over as President

Dr Guy Scott has managed his way and is now Zambia’s Acting President the position he will hold for 90 days before a presidential by-election is called. According to information availed to Zambian Eye, Attorney General Musa Mwenye told a Cabinet meeting that Acting president Edgar Lungu had convened that Guy Scott was now the […]

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Zambian government announce President Sata’s death

The Zambian government has now confirmed that President Michael Sata died in London on Tuesday night. Secretary to the Cabinet Roland Msiska confirmed that President Sata died at 23:11 Zambian Time. He said First Lady Dr. Kaseba and his son Mulenga Sata who is Lusaka Mayor was on the bedside. Dr. Msiska has called for […]

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President Sata dies in London

Zambia’s President, Michael Sata has died in London where he was receiving treatment for unknown illness, a number of sources  have told Zambian Eye. President Sata 77 died from King Edward VII hospital in Central London Tuesday evening at 9pmCAT. A Senior Cabinet Minister told Zambian Eye early Wednesday morning saying Cabinet would meet later […]

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Farmers in Kaputa District, who sold their maize to the Food Reserve Agency (FRA), have threatened to withdraw their maize if the agency does not pay them their dues in time. The farmers, who stormed the District Commissioner’s Office, said they are not happy that FRA has continued to delay to give them their money. […]

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