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Speaker caught pants down – Changala

424 ViewsSpeaker of the National Assembly Patrick Matibini has been caught pants down, Civil Rights Activist Brebnar Changala has observed. Commenting on Dr Matibini’s decision that Parliament will go ahead to table Bill 10 despite the matter being under the constitutional court, Changala said the Speaker had contradicted himself. The speaker of National Assembly of […]

Kalusha, Kamanga agree to work together

605 ViewsThe two warring parties – legend Soccer icon Kalusha Bwalya and FAZ president Andrew Kamanga have agreed to work together for the betterment of the game. The duo personal difference dating back to the time Kalusha served as FAZ president have had an effect on the game. Today, Sports Minister Emmanuel Mulenga disclosed that […]

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18-year sentence for two women who shoved a bottle into another woman’s vagina cheers NGOCC

627 ViewsThe sentencing of two women to 18 years imprisonment by the Ndola High Court for assaulting another woman by inserting a bottle in her vagina should be a lesson to both women and men to desist from violence, the NGOCC has said. Mary Mulenga, the Non-Governmental Gender Organisations’ Coordinating Council Board Chairperson says the […]

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Zimbabwe: Police must be held accountable for assault on protesters – Amnesty International

529 ViewsAmbesty International has described as appalling the police crackdown on protesters in Harare on Friday and has called for Zimbabwe’s police to be held accountable. In response to the brutal assault on peaceful protesters who gathered in the Harare CBD in anticipation of the “16 August” national protests, Muleya Mwananyanda, Amnesty International’s Deputy Regional […]

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Matibini refuses to halt controversial Bill 10

1,023 ViewsSpeaker of the National Assembly Patrick Matibini says Parliament will proceed with the Constitutional amendment process dispite the court action by the Law Association of Zambia (LAZ). On Monday, LAZ through its lawyers Simeza Sangwa and Associates dragged President Edgar Lungu, the Attorney General and the National Assembly to the Constitutional Court in a […]

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Govt denies Huawei spying allegations

647 ViewsThe Zambian government has denied allegations that it worked with technicians from telecommunications company Huawei to spy on political opponents. The Wall Street Journal alleges that Huawei was involved in similar intelligence-gathering operations in Uganda and Algeria. But chief government spokesperson Dora Siliya has described the allegations as “malicious”. In a tweet today, Siliya […]

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FAZ, Wanderers supporters unveil ‘Zoom’ Ndhlovu tombstone

628 ViewsThe Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) and Mufulira Wanderers Football Club Supporters Association have unveiled a tombstone for the legendary Samuel ‘Zoom’ Ndhlovu. During a memorial service on the eve of the Samuel ‘Zoom’ Ndhlovu Charity Shield at Chatulinga Cemetery, FAZ representatives, family members and fans gathered to witness the unveiling of the tombstone. […]

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Lungu in Tanzania for SADC Summit

455 ViewsPresident Edgar Lungu has arrived in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania, ahead of the the 39th SADC Summit of Heads of State and Government whose proposed theme is, ‘a conducive business environment for inclusive and sustainable industrial development, increased intra-regional trade and job creation.’ President Lungu joins 14 other Heads of State and Government including President Filipe […]

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‘Influx of Shopping malls contributing to kwacha depreciation’

963 ViewsGreen Party leader Peter Sinkamba says the increase in the number of shopping malls in the country is partly to blame for the weakening of the local currency. Sinkamba notes that most products stocked in these malls are imported from countries like South Africa, a situations he says has negatively affected the businesses of […]

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Harrington turns the screw on Kapata

1,358 ViewsFormer Transport and Communications Minister William Harrington has written to the Law Association of Zambia (LAZ) seeking an interpretation on whether Lands Minister Jean Kapata did not use pecuniary advantage in acquiring land in Forest Reserve number 27. Harrington also wants LAZ to guide on whether Kapata did not breach the Parliamentary and Ministerial […]

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