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The decision by UPND to defy orders very unfortunate, Lungu

789 ViewsHome Affairs Minister Edgar Lungu described as unfortunate the stance taken by the  UPND to go ahead and accompany Party leaders to the Police station despite the ban by the Government against doing so. Lungu says there was no need for the UPND to defy government orders because the Government had decided to put […]

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Kabwata residents vow to support Lubinda

931 ViewsResidents of  Kabwata Constituency in the Zambian Capital Lusaka have vowed to rally behind foreign affairs minister Given Lubinda if he is expelled from the party. The resident said Lubinda had worked hard for the constituency and that they would not abandon him even if he is expelled from the PF. They expressed disappointment […]

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1,047 ViewsSome residents have spoken strongly and vowed to disobey the order by Home Affairs Minister Edgar Lungu not to accompany their leaders when they are summoned by the Police. Contributing to a Talk Show programme on Sky FM Radio Monday morning, a Lusaka resident Royld Monga charged that the cadres will continue escorting their […]

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904 ViewsThe ruling Patriotic front has accused the opposition united Party for national development (UPND) of hiring criminals to cause violence in the country. The ruling Patriotic front has accused the opposition united Party for national development (UPND) of hiring criminals to cause violence in the country. PF media and publicity Director Chanda Mfula says […]

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865 ViewsThe Central Committee of the ruling Patriotic Front – PF party meeting to determine the fate of Foreign Minister Given Lubinda and others facing disciplinary charges has been postponed. The meeting that was supposed to be held in Lusaka tomorrow Sunday January 20, 2013 has been pushed to Wednesday January 23, 2013. The postponed […]

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We should support PF, it pays us salaries and allwancies says UPND MP

730 Views United Party for National Development Gwembe member of Parliament Brian Ntundu says it is important to support the Patriotic Front (PF) government so that its development agenda succeeds. The opposition member of Parliament sees nothing wrong with members of Parliament supporting the government of the day as they draw government salaries and allowances. […]

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UPND informs Police about their rally in Kabwata

796 ViewsOpposition United Party for National Development – UPND has written to the Police again notifying the plan to hold a public rally this time in Kabwata constituency on 28th January 2013. Party Deputy Secretary General Kachunga Simusamba has notified the police that the opposition party will hold the rally from 1o hours until 16 […]

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Politics of benefits: Mukombwe now offers to campaign for PF

821 ViewsA Zambian Veteran politician has pledged to render assistance towards the Patriotic Front in their campaign ahead of the Livingstone parliamentary by-elections slated for February 28. In an interview yesterday, veteran politician Daniel Munkombwe has vowed to support the ruling Patriotic Front saying it is the party with democratic principles and values. Munkombwe stated […]

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You can’t expel me, Namugala.

944 ViewsMMD Mafinga Member of Parliament (MP) Catherine Namugala has filed an injunction restraining her party from expelling her. Namugala, who is the chairperson for women’s affairs, also wants the court to declare null and void the appointment of MMD Senga Hill MP Kapembwa Simbao as acting national secretary. She has sued Mr Simbao as […]

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HH arrested

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1,068 ViewsBy Sizyongo Munenga Opposition UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema has been arrested in Lusaka on a charge of insulting President Michael Sata. Hichilema who was summoned at the Police Headquarters Thursday morning has been arrested in connection with the statement he (HH) issued regarding the protection by President Sata of Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba from […]

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