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People of Chipepo area are surviving by grace of God says Sata

2 ViewsPresident Michael Sata says he is disappointed that since independence the people of Chipepo Ward in Kapiri-Mposhi district have not had an opportunity to meet with the preceding Presidents of this country. Speaking yesterday during a rally held at Lyombe Primary School grounds to drum up support for PF Parliamentary candidate, Eddie Musonda in […]

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Mulongoti launches his Party and vows to fight corruption

3 ViewsFormer Works and Supply Minister Mike Mulongoti has officially launched his political party, known as the People’s Party. Speaking at the launch of the party in Lusaka today, Mr Mulongoti pledged to fight corruption in the public service when his party forms government in 2016. He said his party is determined to bring sanity and […]

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Facebook comment irks Namulambe, responds ‘I’m not that dull’

2 ViewsPatriotic Front (PF) Mpongwe Member of Parliament Gabriel Namulambe has been irritated by Maxwel Tonga, one of his friends on Facebook who told him to honor the campaign promises. Tonga who posted a comment on a profile picture of Namulambe in his tomato field where the PF MP said it is the tomatoes that gave him money said he wanted […]

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I am working with government and not PF says Mutinta Mazoka

2 ViewsUPND founder Anderson Mazoka’s wife Mutinta says she is working with the ruling Patriotic Front – PF government and not the party PF as it is being reported. Mutinta who is UPND Pemba constituency Member of Parliament said at a media briefing in Lusaka that as MP, she interacts and works with government officials […]

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The Merry Go Round of Constitution Making in Zambia

6 Views By Brig. Gen. Godfrey Miyanda Zambians are habitually good at shooting themselves in the foot. When they identify that something is wrong or not backed by law, they nevertheless go ahead to support, promote and/or contribute to the same wrong thing! Just now there is a second circus that has been going on […]

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Constitution convention opens with a call for no foreign interference

5 ViewsGovernment says it will not allow anybody outside Zambia or foreigners to interfere with the formulation of the Zambian constitution. Speaking during the official opening of the national constitution convention in Lusaka this morning, acting President Edgar Lungu said the constitution making process should be taken with a great sense of patriotism at all […]

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KK asks for money to write his memoirs

6 ViewsFirst President of Zambia Dr. Kenneth Kaunda is appealing to citizens to help him with money to publish his memoirs. Dr. Kaunda who is in Kenya where he attended the inauguration ceremony of that country’s new president Uhuru Kenyatta told ZNBC’s Effie Mpande that lack of money has hindered him from publishing his memoirs. […]

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I accepted to serve in PF govt because of my people, says UPND MP

5 ViewsUPND Sinjembela constituency Member of Parliament in Western province Poniso Njeulu who has been appointed to serve in Patriotic Front government has said he accepted the job for the people of his area. Njeulu who is one of the Deputy Ministers in the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting said the people of Shangombo and Senanga district […]

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3 ViewsFormer Rupiah Banda this morning was stopped from boarding a Kenyan Airways plane  at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport to Nairobi where he was invited to attend the swearing-in ceremony for that country’s President Elect, Uhuru Kenyatta. Banda was recently arrested and is in court facing corruption charges though a Lusaka Magistrate Court yesterday ordered that he be given his Passport to […]

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4 ViewsRepublican Vice President Guy Scott has arrived in Nairobi to attend the swearing-in ceremony for Kenya’s fourth President Uhuru Kenyatta tomorrow. Dr Scott arrived at the Jomo Kenyatta International airport at 17.30 hours local time accompanied by First Republican President Dr Kenneth Kaunda and Finance Deputy Minister Miles Sampa. The Vice President was received […]

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