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Justice system under PF  “mockery” and total “nonsense” – Maureen

5 ViewsFormer first lady Maureen Mwanawasa has described the justice system under the PF regime as a “mockery” and total “nonsense”. Maureen, a lawyer whose late husband – Levy – is credited for revamping the Zambian economy between 2001 and 2008 as the third Republican president, is said to be particularly incencesed with the treatment […]

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Put your house in order, Milupi tells Civil society

2 ViewsOppositionAlliance for Democracy and Development (ADD) president Charles Milupi has said the Civil Society should stop throwing mad at opposition parties but sort out their mess. Milupi, who was responding to statements by some Civil Society Organizations that the opposition was disjointed, said such remarks were misplaced. The ADD president said the opposition was […]

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Japan unveils $117 billion stimulus package

5 ViewsBattered by weak exports and an economy in recession, Japan unveiled a $117 billion fiscal stimulus package Friday in a bid to boost growth.The measure will increase spending on public works, disaster recovery and provide aid to smaller businesses. The plan is part of newly installed Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s effort to get the […]

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Muteteka arrested by ACC

1 ViewsThe Anti- Corruption Commission has arrested Chisamba Member of Parliament, Moses Muteteka for corrupt practices involving hammer mills, bicycles and solar panels. ACC Public Relations Manager Timothy Moono in a statement released to QFM News says Mr Muteteka was arrested today and charged with eight counts of abuse of authority of office and one […]

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William Banda says he does not sympathise the MMD despite their woes

5 ViewsFormer Movement for Multiparty Democracy MMD Lusaka Province Chairman William Banda says he does not sympathize with his former party’s woes although he is in touch with some of its members. Banda, now special adviser to United Party for National Development (UPND) leader Hakainde Hichilema, says he has no interest in MMD as an […]

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David Cameron rules out reduction in age of consent for sex

4 ViewsDavid Cameron has rejected an “offensive” suggestion by officials that the age of sexual consent might be reduced to The change was among ideas floated by the Number 10 policy unit after being asked to come up with new ways to extend personal freedoms, the Daily Mail reported. Among other recommendations was a relaxation […]

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Nawakwi’s stepdaughter put to rest

26 ViewsEdith Nawakwi’s step-daughter Hatambu Hambulo has been put to rest today at Lusaka’s Leopards Hill Memorial Park. The burial was proceeded by a church service at Miracle Life Church on Zambezi Road in Roma Township at 10:00 hours. Meanwhile all the four people wanted in the brutal murder of  Forum for Democracy and Development […]

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Edgar Lungu speaks out for Lubinda

2 ViewsPatriotic Front disciplinary committee chairperson Edgar Lungu has advised those calling for the resignation of Foreign Affairs Minister Given Lubinda to contend their fury. Lungu becomes only the second senior PF member to mildly speak for Lubinda asking those demanding his expulsion from the party on accusation that he was working with the opposition […]

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In Search Of Honest Men and Women- 2013 The Year Ahead For Narep & Zambia

2 ViewsGood morning ladies and gentlemen. I start this morning’s press conference with a quotation from the Book of Jeremiah (5:1). It reflects our theme for 2013 – the NAREP Year of Action: Go up and down the streets of Jerusalem, look around and consider, search through her squares. If you can find but one […]

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Symbolic bid to impeach Hong Kong leader

5 ViewsHong Kong politicians have made an unprecedented attempt to impeach the leader of the semi-autonomous Chinese city. Wednesday’s bid to impeach Leung Chun-ying, the China-backed chief executive of Hong Kong, comes less than two weeks after thousands took to the streets on January 1 calling for Leung to quit and demanding greater democracy. Emily […]

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