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RTSA will not waive speeding fines

RTSA will not waive speeding fines

190 ViewsThe Road Transport and Safety Agency (RTSA) says it will not waive the fines that were sent to offending motorists as pre-notices about this project was communicated to members of the public. This is despite RTSA chief Zindaba Soko earlier stating that the Agency was considering waiving fines slapped on more than 45,000 over-speeding motorists captured […]

Watch live: HH on Prime TV’s Oxygen of Democracy

370 ViewsOpposition UPND president Hakainde Hichilema commonly referred to as HH discusses the Zambia’s Governance System.

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PF says it is open on who leads dialogue process

280 ViewsThe Patriotic Front (PF) says it will in the next few days after internal consultations with members of the Central Committee issue its conclusive position in the spirit of driving the national dialogue ahead. This comes in the wake of the decision by the church not to be part of the Zambia Centre for […]

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Tayali stands up for ‘transgender’ MMD choir member

521 ViewsChilufya Tayali has sprung to the defense of  a ‘transgendered’ MMD cadre who was ejected from the Anglican Cathedral of Holy Cross by police officers for wearing women’s clothing during the 10th memorial service of president Levy Mwanawasa on Sunday. The opposition EEP leader believes the time has come for the country to officially […]

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Lungu, HH ignore each other at Levy’s memorial

1238 Views This time around there were no handshakes and exchange of pleasantries when Republican President Edgar Lungu and his political arch-rival Hakainde Hichilema when they both attended the 10th memorial service for Zambia’s third President Levy Mwanawasa at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross on Sunday. The two leaders won nationwide plaudits when they exchanged a […]

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Kambwili preaches peace

887 ViewsNDC consultant and 2021 presidential hopeful Chishimba Kambwili has urged Christians take keen interest in the governance process of the country. Kambwili says Christians like any other citizens should speak out when things are wrong. He says Christians can do this through participating in elections. The Roan PF member of parliament urges Christians not […]

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Girl, 17, gives birth to triplets at Kasama General Hospital

2792 ViewsA 17-year-old girl of Tazara area in Kasama has given birth to triplets at Kasama General Hospital. Hospital Acting Clinical Care Officer, Patrick Kalubi has confirmed the development to Mano News saying the babies are in good health. Dr. Kalubi says the babies who are all boys were born on Thursday August 16 through […]

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Ex-UN Secretary General Kofi Annan dies

818 ViewsFormer UN Secretary General Kofi Annan has died aged 80, his aides have confirmed. The acclaimed diplomat died in the Swiss city of Geneva today after a short illness. Annan, who won the Nobel Peace Prize for humanitarian work, was the first black African to take up the role of the world’s top diplomat, […]

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ZRA raids Kagem over tax evasion

853 ViewsGemfields’ shares fell more than 4 percent on Friday after it said that Zambia’s Revenue Authority (ZRA) had obtained warrants to search its Kagem emerald mine in an investigation into alleged tax evasion. In May Zambia hit Canadian miner First Quantum Minerals with a tax bill of more than 76.5 billion Zambian kwacha ($8 […]

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