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Five Kaputa UPND cadres acquitted

The Kaputa Subordinate court has acquitted the five United Party for National Development (UPND) members who were charged with assaulting a Patriotic Front cadre. This was after the PF cadre, Adam Mukoyo who had sued the five UPND cadres for assaulting him withdrew the case. Mukoyo told Kaputa Magistrate Victor Mukupa that he had decided […]

Sata Books of condolences opened

The Government has opened Books of condolences for the late President Michael Sata at Government House in Lusaka. Acting President Guy Scott led Cabinet Ministers and their deputies, Permanent Secretaries and other senior government officials in signing the books of condolences at Government House this afternoon. Dr. Scott who was in the company of Education […]

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Former Minister arrested for celebrating President Sata’s death

Police in Mbala has arrested Gaston Sichilima for allegedly celebrating the death of President Michael Sata. Sichilima is said to have fired firing gunshots in the air following the announcement of President Michael Sata’s death. But Sichilima says he was just scaring owls away. The 54 year old former Home Affairs Deputy Minister Gaston Sichilima […]

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President Sata’s emotional journey back home

London, The Zambia High Commission in United Kingdom says that the programme for the repatriation of the remains of the departed Republican  President,  Michael Chilufya Sata has been completed. This is  in readiness for the departure of the family and officials to Lusaka this evening, October, 31, 2014. The Mission in conjunction with the Diocese […]

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Government has declared Tuesday November 11, 2014  a public holiday in view of the burial of late President Michael Sata who died on Tuesday October 28, 2014 in London at King Edward VII Hospital. Secretary to the Cabinet Roland Msiska disclosed the development in a statement released in Lusaka today. Dr. Msiska has since directed all […]

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Lusaka PF Cadres protest against Guy Scott

Cadres from Lusaka District have protested the appointing of Vice president Guy Scott as Interim President. The Cadres who stormed the streets in the central district questioned why Guy Scott who could not Act as President when President Sata was alive has now taken over power from Edgar Lungu who was left to Act. President […]

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Rupiah advises Dr Scott to seek God’s guidance

Former Zambian President Rupiah Banda has written to Interim President Guy Scott advising him to seek God’s guidance as he leads the country following the death of President Michael Chilufya Sata. Banda said leading a country at such a time calls for patience and wisdom, which is why divine guidance is always important. In a […]

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The smooth transfer of power to Zambian Vice President Guy Scott following the death of President Michael Sata on Tuesday is a sign of democracy and political maturity, according to Reuben Lifuka, the head of Transparency International in Zambia. Zambians are still in shock following the announcement of the untimely death of Sata, who missed […]

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Sata dedicated his entire life to serve our country – HH

The United Party for National Development (UPND) has learnt of Republican President Michael Chilufya Sata’s sad passing on with a deep sense of sorrow. On behalf of the UPND and indeed on my own behalf, I convey our heartfelt condolences to the First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba, the Sata family, the Patriotic Front (PF), the […]

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I am Africa’s first white democratic leader, Dr. Scott tells UK Newspaper

The Zambian Cabinet on October 29, 2014 endorsed Vice president Guy Scott as Interim President following the death of President Sata. Dr. Scott will be President for 90 days and a presidential special election will be held where the current constitution bars him from contesting. Below is a story published by The Telegraph Newspaper of […]

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