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Masebo says animals are being illegally airlifted from Zambia

180 ViewsTourism and Arts Minister Sylvia Masebo says a joint team of investigators has started gathering documents at Zambia Wildlife Authority (ZAWA) headquarters needed to commence investigations into alleged corrupt activities in the issuance of safari hunting concessions. Ms. Masebo says government has learnt that a lot of plunder has been done to the country’s […]

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Zambian Government to spend K400 million to conserve wildlife

187 ViewsTourism and Arts Minister Sylvia Masebo said the amount of money Government was earning annually was far little when compared to the amount of destruction being caused by corruption and indiscriminate killings of wild life. She said Zambian wildlife was for all Zambians but only a few selfish individuals were reaping from the wild […]

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Lungu urges Zambians to report unscrupulous foreigners

294 ViewsGOVERNMENT has urged Zambians to provide information on criminals and unscrupulous foreigners to law enforcement agencies as the State intensify cleaning up the country this year. Home Affairs Minister Edgar Lungu said in Lusaka yesterday that Zambia was the only country in the region and Africa at large where foreigners could enter without proper […]

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Enjoyment of civil and political rights, still a challenge in Zambia – HRC

284 ViewsThe Human Rights Commission says Zambia is still faced with serious challenges regarding the enjoyment of civil and political rights. Commission Spokesperson Samuel Kasankha says it is unfortunate that some individuals can be incriminated merely for relating well with their perceived political opponents. Mr. Kasankha says it is high time that notion ceased to […]

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Church vows to speak against violations of fundamental freedoms

242 ViewsThe Evangelical Fellowship of Zambia (EFZ) says the church will not rest until fundamental freedoms of citizens are upheld. Speaking in an interview with Qfm news, EFZ Executive Director Pukuta Mwanza is dismayed with the alleged abuse of the Act by the current government. He says the church mother body will continue to speak […]

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TB Joshua’s 2013 prophecy: Bad tidings for politicians failing to reward those who help them to win

459 Views  Controversial Nigerian Prophet T.B. Joshua released an intriguing list of prophetic messages in his church service on Monday 31st December 2012, subsequently re-posted on his official Facebook page, ‘TB Joshua Ministries’. Joshua, who has a large repertoire of past prophecies that have come to pass, predicted bad tidings for politicians who ‘failed to reward those […]

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Who do you trust more? Journalists? Bankers? Psychiatrists?

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Nervers Mumba refuses to step down

181 ViewsOpposition MMD president Nevers Mumba says he will not succumb to calls to step down as leader of the former ruling party. Suspended chairperson for women’s affairs Catherine Namugala has continued her call on Dr Mumba to relinquish his position so that the party can hold a convention and elect a new president. But […]

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Commercial banks lending up to 18.5 percent

187 ViewsCommercial banks lending rates have increased to K14,063 billion as at October 2012 from K11,868 billion in January this year representing 18.5 per cent growth due to reduced lending rates. And the Bankers Association of Zambia (BAZ) has said the Zambian financial landscape remained buoyant supported by the favourable political and socio economic environment […]

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PF may slide Zambia into debt crisis warns Ex-Finance Minister, Musokotwane

177 ViewsFormer Finance Minister Situmbeko Musokotwane has cautioned government not to allow the country slide back into the debt crisis. Former Finance Minister Situmbeko Musokotwane has cautioned government not to allow the country slide back into the debt crisis. Speaking in an interview, Dr. Musokotwane says in as much as it is right for government […]

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