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President Sata explains removal of subsidies

88 ViewsLUSAKA, Wednesday, May 15, 2013 – His Excellency, Mr. Michael Chilufya Sata, President of the Republic of Zambia, has assured Zambians that the PF government is taking bold steps to facilitate practical and equitable distribution of national resources amongst the general populace.President Sata said the government is executing progressive decisions such as the removals […]

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PF’s ‘Vuvuzela’ Chanda now accuses students of being sponsored

113 ViewsSunday Chanda the ruling Patriotic Front vuvuzela heading a Non Governmental Organization called Open Society Foundation has accused the students at the University of Zambia of being sponsored to demonstrate. Chanda according to ZNBC claims that the demonstrations against the removal of mealie meal and fuel  subsidies witnessed the last two days are stage […]

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Nabwalya residents stranded with millions of old kwacha notes

103 ViewsPeople of Nabwalya in Mpika district are stranded with millions of old currency Kwacha notes which they have been keeping in their homes for safety as the area has no nearby bank to deposit their money. The community members said their money might get affected if the Central Bank will not go to their […]

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Seek democratic means to replace this failed govt – HH

143 ViewsUPND strongman Hakainde Hichilema has charged that President Michael Sata has failed to run the country and has asked Zambians not to lose hope but seek a democratic way to replace him when time comes. Speaking on Let The People Talk programme on Radio Phoenix Tuesday morning, May 14, 2013, Hichilema said the ruling […]

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Kenyan patients escape from Nairobi’s Mathari hospital

170 Views Forty mentally ill patients have escaped from the Mathari Mental Hospital in Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, after overpowering guards, police say. A search has been launched for the patients, some of whom are known to be violent, police told the BBC. Kenya’s Standard newspaper reports that the group escaped from the state hospital after […]

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HH interacts with Matero residents

165 ViewsOpposition UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema on Sunday afternoon May 13, 2013 was in Matero one of Lusaka’s shanty compounds where he interacted with residents and had an in-door meeting. Here the UPND leader is captured with the local people.

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Man of the Moment

146 ViewsComposer of Bufi (lies) song Pilato whose real names are Chama Fumba 29 of Ndola, the Provincial capital of the Copperbelt is the talk of the moment in Zambia following his hit political song. The popular song which Pilato released recently with another local singer Peterson has been a talk of the moment in […]

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Catholic Church says PF govt officials have given themselves heft salaries

89 ViewsThe Catholic Church says it is unfair for senior government officials to allocate themselves heft salaries and allowances while the majority Zambians continue to wallow in poverty. Zambia Episcopal Conference (ZEC) president Ignatius Chama says the Catholic church will will continue to not only speak for the poor but serving them through the building […]

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Frank Lampard earns Chelsea crucial win

123 ViewsChelsea have come from behind to beat Aston Villa 2-1 and all-but secure Champions League football this afternoon on a momentous day for veteran midfielder Frank Lampard. The tone for a fast-paced encounter was set after two minutes when Nathan Baker was cautioned for an over-zealous challenge on Juan Mata. Villa looked dangerous in attack […]

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Judge Chikopa must go back – Brig. Gen. Miyanda

88 ViewsAs I see it, even though Thursday’s judgement by the Supreme Court allowed the appeal by the State, my humble view is that the Dissenting Judgements by Supreme Court Judges Mr Justice Mwanamwambwa, Mesdames Justices Chibomba and Muyovwe are what should have been read as the judgement of the Court. The three judgments were […]

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