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By Zambian Eye Reporter Zambian President, Michael Sata has directed Patriotic Front (PF) Members of Parliament (MPs) to go to their constituencies and help the Government to sensitise the general public on the rebased currency. This is according to a circular from the President to all PF parliamentarians, dated January 3, 2013. “Would you please […]

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The International fellowship of Christian Churches [IFCC] Bishop Simon Chihana has asked Republican President Michael Sata to immediately fire Tourism and Arts Minister Sylvia Masebo for compromising national security through what he termed as careless speeches. Bishop Chihana was reacting to the statement by Masebo on Wednesday that Zambia’s wildlife is being airlifted illegally from […]

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There was drama in a place called Batoka in Choma district in the Southern Province when one cattle farmer refused to receive the new rebased currency. Sky FM’s staffer Norman Kapata rushed to the scene and brought the following report. The man only identified as Iron Mudenda from Mboola rejected the money, saying he was […]

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The fate of Foreign Minister Given Lubinda is being determined by the disciplinary committee of the ruling Patriotic Front – PF party seating in Lusaka. The committee begun seating today – 4th January 2013 and Lubinda’s case is among the serious cases to be discussed by the committee. Lubinda is facing expulsion following allegations that […]

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News reaching Zambian Eye is that UPND Member of Parliament for Livingstone Hon Howard Sikwela has resigned after having had a long meeting at Amadilo in Livingstone with the PF executive and District Commissioner. In the last week of December Zambian eye had reported on how President Michael Sata has been courting Rev. Sikwela  for […]

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African Champions Zambia will come up against European opposition as part of their preparations ahead of their defence of the Africa Cup of Nations when they host Norway at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium on Saturday 12th January 2013. Before the match against Norway, the Chipolopolo will play friendlies in Johannesburg against Angola and Morocco on Saturday […]

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Another disaster, several maize fields in Kafue, 40 Kilometres South of Lusaka have been invaded by hairy caterpillars  few days after some paste called army worms attacked many parts of the country. Affected small scale have since appealed to government to quickly move in by providing chemicals to spread the fields. According to Muvi, a […]

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By Zambian Eye Reporter Over 200 houses in Chunga, a peri urban Township in the Zambian Capital Lusaka have been flooded with water following a heavy downpour that hit the City on Wednesday. The Residents in the area have since accused the City Council of negligence because they have not been servicing the township for […]

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Two US drone strikes in the Pakistan tribal regions bordering Afghanistan have killed at least nine people, including a senior Taliban commander who had a truce with Pakistan’s military, Pakistani intelligence officials have said. Six people, including senior Taliban commander Mullah Nazir were killed in the strike in South Waziristan and three others were killed […]

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AFTER resting on New Year’s Day, African football champions, Zambia resume the final phase of intensive preparations for the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) in South Africa today with defender Emmanuel Mbola joining the squad. As the kick-off of the 29th edition of AFCON looms on January 19 in Johannesburg, the Chipolopolo are now […]

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