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Zambia denies Tendai Biti asylum

674 ViewsA senior member of Zimbabwe’s opposition MDC Alliance, Tendai Biti, has been denied asylum by neighbouring Zambia. Zimbabwe’s police accuse Mr Biti of inciting violence following last month’s election. Zambian Foreign Minister Joe Malanji told the BBC that Mr Biti’s grounds for asylum were weak. He was being kept in “safe custody” until he […]

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Govt has raked in K2.2bn from toll gates since 2013

470 ViewsGovernment has collected a total of K2.2 billion from toll stations from the time the national road tolling programme started in 2013. Minister of Housing and Infrastructure Development Ronald Chitotela says the fees have been collected from tolls Inland, Ports of Entry and Weighbridge Stations across the country. Chitotela says in 2013 when the […]

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Govt offers Luanshya Youths Chonga and Katiti Tailings dams

612 Views……after Luanshya copper mines refuses to surrender Black Mountain Government has opted to offer the old Chonga and Katiti tailings dams after Luanshya Copper Mines refused to surrender the black mountain claiming that the mine was using the slag from the back mountain to prolong the lifespan of Baluba mine. Baluba Mine has a […]

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Watch: A lavish prison in Norway, see the contrast with our prisons

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Top ref Gladys Lengwe scores first at U20 Women’s World Cup

1012 Views Another Zambian top referee Gladys Lengwe is breaking new grounds by officiating at the France 2018 Under-20 FIFA World Cup. Lengwe has scored another first for Zambian female referees after having been part of the 2017 FIFA World Cup at U-17 level in India. She has already handled a top of the bill […]

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UPND leadership needs counseling – PF

580 ViewsThe UPND councilors have been summoned to a meeting on 11 August 2018 to be *”guided”* by the leadership of their party. We commend the UPND leadership for this initiative and encourage them to pursue the democratic interests of the majority over the overstretched ambitions of one. It is an open secret that it’s […]

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Micheal Sata: A deranged maron or an ingenious man on Barotseland?

789 ViewsBy Sibeta Mundia, Barotseland Post No national leader in Zambia has ever spoken so openly about the defunct Barotseland Agreement of 1964 as did Michael Chilufya Sata in 2011 when canvassing for the presidential vote. The self-proclaimed ‘Chief-Linyungandambo’ did not mince his words when he publicly declared that he and his Patriotic Front (PF) party […]

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We shall now treat you as our enemy, UPND tells Daily Mail Journalist

3490 ViewsSTATEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE Saturday 3rd August, 2018 LUSAKA-We have taken time to respond to Caroline Kalombe and her fellow PF propagandists planted at the Zambia Daily in order to get our facts right. As a party, we value and respect the journalism profession. We understand the role journalist play in the scheme of things […]

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New Christian Book to unveil core of Christianity

620 ViewsA Lusaka based 25-year-old budding Zambian author has scheduled the release of his life changing book, “The Abiding Branch”, to August 30, 2018. The author, Daniel Katongo Lumpa, who is a 3rd year student of the University of Zambia (UNZA) and a member of Christ Embassy Church has in his book challenged the Christian […]

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Dambisa Moyo speaks on democracy, China’s economic model and foreign aid

770 ViewsIn a far-reaching interview with Al Jazeera English’s Head to Head, Dambisa Moyo argued that there are major problems with Western democracy today. “The notion that democracy is not a problem is mad, it’s crazy,” Moyo said. Discussing why she believed liberal democracy was “under siege,” Moyo asserted that today’s populism “has its roots […]

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