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123 ViewsWith two days before the General Conference to elect the governing Patriotic Front president, Mulenga Sata has withdrawn his candidature. Mulenga, who is the Son of late President Michael Sata told ZNBC News at 1:15pm monitored by Zambian Eye that he decided to withdraw after a discussion with his mother Margret and steep mother […]

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379 ViewsCadres suspected to be supporters of MMD president Nevers Mumba Wednesday morning pounced and forced National Scretary Muhabi Lungu out of his office. The thugs stormed the MMD Headquarters around 7am and straight went to Lungu’s office and demanded that he leaves. Lungu says the thugs told him to leave because he was interfering […]

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234 ViewsForeign Affairs Minister Harry Kalaba says Defense and Justice Edgar Lungu was President Michael Sata’s preferred successor. Kalaba said President Sata had alot of confidence and trust for Edgar Lungu hence his decision to make him Act as President on two concussions. He said it was against this background he and others have backed […]

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Public Media should seek guidance from me – Information PS Kasolo

179 ViewsPUBLIC media houses should seek guidance from the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting Services before they publish stories of a political nature, Permanent Secretary Chanda Kasolo has advised. And Mr Kasolo has condemned the manner in which Zambia National Broadcasting Corporation (ZNBC) board chairman John Mulwila expressed concerns over the intimidation of journalists by […]

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Opinion: A good Man under attack- Who is Dr. John Mulwila

284 ViewsBy Emmanuel Mwamba I have heard a lot of condemnation and shallow attacks coming from Chanda (purported Permanent Secretary of Information and Broadcasting) and his brother Anthony Kasolo (Deputy PF Secretary General) from their various portfolios attacking a distinguished and honourable man. First of all (and I am aware that LAZ is pursuing this […]

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193 ViewsThe AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) is gearing up to observe World AIDS Day on 1 December, with AHF Zambia’s official commemoration taking place on Saturday, 29 November at the Chipata Compound Grounds in Lusaka. In support of the national theme, Zambia at 50 towards Zero Stigma, activities building up to the main event will […]

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150 ViewsThe Zambia Electoral Alliance (ZEA) composed of Civil Society Organisations seasoned in the electoral process namely: the Anti-Voter Apathy Project (AVAP), the Foundation for Democratic Process (FODEP), Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) Zambia, Operation Young Vote (OYV), Southern Africa Centre For the Constructive Resolution of Disputes (SACCORD) and Zambia National women’s Lobby (ZNWL) […]

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231 ViewsThe Non Governmental Organisations’ Coordinating Council (NGOCC) has resolved to to support the candidature of Forum for Democracy and Development (FDD) president, Edith Nawakwi during the 20thJanuary 2015 Presidential by-elections. The NGOCC arrived at this decision during its 18thGeneral Assembly held between 20th and 21st November 2014, in Lusaka, that also ushered in a […]

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DRC’s Moses Katumbi denies funding Kaseba Sata

200 ViewsPress Release from the Office of Hon. Moses Katumbi – Governor of Katanga Province in the Democratic Republic of Congo It has been reported in certain sections of the Social Media that I Moses Katumbi has funded and/or is funding the Presidential bid for the former First Lady Dr. Christine Kaseba. I wish to […]

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Don’t over-promise and mortgage the country, Mutesa tells presidential candidates

215 ViewsDr Fred Mutesa the president of an opposition Zambians for Empowerment and Development (ZED) says he will not participate in the January 20 Presidential elections. Dr Mutesa has however warned candidates taking part against over-promising and not to mortgage the country to foreigners in re-turn to get funds for campaigns. Below is Dr. Mutesa’s […]

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