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Police in Lusaka have picked and detained two suspects in connection with the brutal killing of a NIPA student Ruth Mbundu last Friday evening. The two arrested are said to be related to Ruth though Police has refused to disclose their identity for what they say fear to jeopardise investigations. Zambia Police Service Deputy Spokesperson […]

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 By Roy Clarke It was the strangest case of a missing person that I had ever heard of. Because, you see, usually you’ve never heard of the person until they go missing. They become famous by going missing.           This was scarcely the case with the famous Employment Policy. He was already famous before he […]

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One of the most remotest districts in North Western Zambia, Ikelenge has had part of its bridge connecting it to the rest of Zambia collapsed leaving the district almost cut off. Our Correspondent says the passage has become small making it difficult to motor vehicles especially trucks to cross the Zambezi river to the other […]

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Heads of Procurement (HoP) from a number of Multilateral Development Banks* met in the EBRD Headquarters in London to discuss selected topics in regards to procurement under projects financed by the Banks. The HoP meets every 9 months and have during the last 10 years achieved considerable progress in the harmonization of MDB procurement principles, […]

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A driver of a bus carrying athletes at the Olympic 2012 has gotten lost in London city where the event is taking place. According to Yahoo News this happened on Sundday when participants for the prestigious event start arriving for the games. It is rare even in the most confusing cities to navigate, a traveler […]

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Vice president Guy Scott says his boss Michael Sata’s appointment of Ministers to non existing ministries is a technicality. President Sata on Wednesday appointed some ministers and created some ministries that are supposed to be approved by parliament as a law making body. In an exclusive interview with Zambian Eye on Friday night, Dr. Scott […]

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The Outlook for 2012-16 Highlights The president, Michael Sata, and his party, the Patriotic Front (PF), will remain in power in 2012-16. Political stability will be maintained, although it is likely to be marred by occasional social and labour unrest. • The government is expected to strike a balance between redistributing wealth and sustaining investment […]

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The Patriotic Front government has revised and increased the minimum wage for domestic, general and shop workers by over one hundred percent. Labour Minister Fackson Shamenda made the announcement in Lusaka on Wednesday at a media briefing. He announced that a domestic worker will get a minimum of K522, 400 from K250, 000 while those […]

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By Roy Clerk It was Sunday afternoon at State House, and I was having my usual cup of tea with Michael and Christine. ‘Well, Kalaki,’ said Christine, ‘how do you think Michael is doing?’           ‘I have to be honest,’ I admitted, ‘I’m very disappointed.’           ‘In what way?’ she asked.           ‘Because,’ I explained, […]

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The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) in Zambia has today officially handed over assorted goods to the University Teaching Hospital (UTH) Mortuary workers. During the hand-over, UNHCR Representative Ms Joyce Mends-Cole, accompanied by a number of staff, described the work of mortuary workers as critical for everyone, whether deceased or those left to mourn. Shesp oke […]

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