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Dear Zambia, As a white man living in Zambia, who likes Zambian women, I would like to ask one thing. What is it with begging money from men ? Why do Zambian women think it is normal behaviour to beg for Talktime or ask for money or send SMSes or phone calls (especially on Tuesday […]

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There are growing concerns that the impromptu unplanned project announcement by President Michael Sata risk putting the country on unsustainable debt. An Independent Parliamentarian for Lubansenshi Patrick Mucheleka told the House during the 2013 budget debate on Thursday that going by President Sata’s pronouncements and ruling PF ambitious programmes Zambia risk going into a debt […]

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 The Zambian  Government has given the  District Administration and the City Council a 24 hour ultimatum to unblock  all the major  drainages in the city which has been covered by stagnant water following a heavy down pour on Tuesday. The blockage of the drainages which is caused by litter and weeds has led to the […]

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UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema has accused President Michael Sata of creating five districts in Western province to make up for his failure to resolve the pending issues in Barotseland. Speaking during a press briefing at the UPND party secretariat this morning, Mr. Hichilema said the creation of five districts in the province is ill intended. […]

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Eight years after Yasser Arafat’s mysterious death, his political heirs opened his grave Tuesday and let forensics experts take samples from his remains, defying strong cultural taboos in search of evidence that the icon of Palestinian nationalism was poisoned. Palestinians have claimed for years that Israel poisoned Arafat, who died in a French hospital. Israel […]

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State House now says the K1.5 billion allocated to the Office of First Lady in the 2013 National budget is merely for transparency and as a departure from the old culture of government incurring not budgeted or illegal expenditure. This allocation has raised debate as the Office of First Lady is not provided for constitutionally. […]

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A Pentecostal pastor was fired by his congregation for theft of a key board meant for praise and worship at Gospel Worship Centre in Lusaka’s Matero Township. A member of the praise team whose name we have withheld disclosed to Zambian Eye Pastor Elias Mulenga was found in possession of a key board which was […]

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Lusaka’s Mandevu residents are panicking as sewer water with human waste is blocking some roads and getting into their houses. A concerned resident Mwenzi  Phiri 34 said there is a bad smell coming out of the sewer waste and many children and adults are now getting attacked with diarrhea related diseases. Phiri who was found […]

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The murder charges filed against five members of the opposition United Party for National Development (UPND) for the death of a PF cadre member in Rufunsa are without substance and politically motivated, according to the Coalition for the Defence of Democratic Rights (CDDR). “What we have here is yet another attempt to falsely prosecute opponents […]

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By Proud Musamba Mumba Newly appointed Zambia Railways Managing Director, Professor Clive Chirwa went on a Zambian TV discussion programme and confessed that he held dual citizenship. He declared to have been both a British and Zambian citizen but that he had since renounced his British citizenship. From the Zambian legal perspective one cannot hold […]

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