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Residents save two Kids from Kabwata inferno

2,042 ViewsLusaka’s Kabwata residents and some on lookers have this evening of June 14, 2019 saved two kids of unknown age who were trapped in a flat which was on fire. According to the eye witness, the kids were left with their teenager Aunt as the mother is on the Copperbelt whilst the father is […]

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Pamela’s disappearance with $400, 000

2,186 ViewsBy Yona Musukwa It escapes my mind why a woman, Pamela Gondwe, with a good job working for an International bank, Barclays Bank, Longacres Branch, would decide to end her career by disappearing with US400,000 Cash, because of a swollen penis. Macabre! Pamela must have been honest and definitely worked hard for her to […]

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FIC report stands to be the greatest litmus test

1,130 ViewsThe Financial Intelligence Center (FIC) report stands to be the greatest litmus test of our nations will to fight corruption. Leadership starts from the top and the fabric of our society is molded by the levels of integrity these men and women whom we call our leaders afford their offices. It is disgusting to […]

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Lungu shelves HH’s presidential dream…”You will never be President”

1,743 Views“EVEN if I leave, you will never be President of Zambia,” President Edgar Chagwa Lungu remarked in Bemba. “Nangu na fumapo balya tabakampyane, (Even if I leave those will never succeed me,) that is the truth because God will lead us to another decent, well meaning loving Zambian leader.” “Noti balya iyo, (Anyone else […]

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Mnangagwa sworn-in, promises brighter tomorrow

1,041 Views Emmerson Mnangagwa has vowed a “brighter tomorrow” for Zimbabwe after being sworn in as president, reports the BBC. He also announced an inquiry into the deaths of six people in clashes between the army and opposition supporters after the July vote. The violence was “unacceptable”, he said. The opposition MDC Alliance continues to […]

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SA embarks on an economy destroying saga

1,715 ViewsBy Brian Mulenga EMIGRATE WHILE YOU CAN As South Africa embarks on an economy destroying saga the fall out will be felt right here in Zambia. If you are young and smart get out now. The reverberations from the economic suicide being contemplated in South Africa In the name of so called economic freedom […]

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

1,266 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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Oil frontiers: How firms worked with UK government to get into Africa’s national parks

888 Views  British officials lobbied senior Zambian ministers to help oil firm Tullow win a license covering three major national parks, according to documents obtained through a new Energydesk investigation. The documents also reveal how a range of oil companies, including Tullow, gave tens of thousands of pounds in unreported donations to British embassies across […]

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751 Views Malawian President, Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika, has reshuffled his cabinet with effect from Monday 5th September, 2016. This is according to a Statement issued on Tuesday 6th September, 2016 by Chief Secretary to the Government George C. Mkondiwa. This Mr. Mkondiwa said was in exercise of the powers conferred upon President Mutharika by […]

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