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Lungu to grace book launch

287 ViewsFormer president Edgar Lungu is expected to grace a book launch of his former Permanent Secretary Amos Malupenga. The Book titled the Conversations with Memorable Personalities authored by Malupenga will be launched tomorrow at Mulungushi Conference Centre. The Book comprises of interviews the Author who is also a former Managing Editor at the defunct […]

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Anglo American back to Zambia

273 ViewsMining Giant, Anglo American is back to Zambia after existing the country in 2001, reports Asa Manda. Anglo American this time is coming through a join venture with Arc Minerals (ARCMALL). The development has been revealed by Reuters News Agency in a story below monitored by Zambian Eye. CAPE TOWN, May 12 (Reuters) – […]

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Police nab Kelvin Sampa

135 ViewsFormer Patriotic Front Kasama Member of parliament Kelvin Mutale Sampa has been arrested for obtaining money by false pretenses with intent to defraud the owner permanently. Police Deputy Spokesperson Danny Mwale says Sampa aged 50 had between May 2021 and July 2021 at unknown dates in Lusaka obtained a sum of One Million Four […]

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UTH maids steal, sell baby

158 ViewsPOLICE in Lusaka have arrested two University Teaching Hospital (UTH) maids for stealing and selling a baby. For a meagre K3,500, the two maids at the country’s biggest referral hospital tossed away their mops, brooms and other cleaning utensils to stage a dramatic baby-stealing and selling operation. Police have however withheld the identities of […]

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Police arrest Prophet over fake prophecy

320 ViewsThe Edo State Police Command has arrested a self-acclaimed prophet, Benson Nosakhare, for allegedly defrauding members of the public with fake prophecies. Nosakhare was arrested after one of his victims, Mr. Osamudiamen Thompson, petitioned the Commissioner of Police, Edo State, alleging that he was hypnotized and his car collected by the suspect.Thompson, who claimed […]

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HH, Ramaphosa meet

234 ViewsPresident Hakainde Hichilema (HH) has held talks with his South Africa counterpart Cyril Ramaphosa. The Zambian leader who is in South Africa attending Africa Mining Indaba met his counterpart on the sidelines of the meeting. President Hichilema announced in a Facebook post monitored by Zambian Eye this evening. Fellow citizens. Earlier today, we held […]

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ACC officers in Rwanda looking for Lungu’s properties- Nakachinda

277 ViewsThe Anti Corruption Commission has dispatched a number of officers to Kigali, Rwanda to investigate some properties believed to belong to former President Edgar Lungu. PF Chairman for Information Raphael Nakachinda revealed that the ACC officers arrived in Rwanda last week with the aim of finding some properties they believe belongs to Lungu. Nakachinda […]

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Construction company sues Chitotela over K6.5m debt

227 ViewsAZADI Investments Limited has sued Pambashe PF member of parliament Ronald Chitotela in the Lusaka High Court for non-payment of K6.5 million, an outstanding balance for the aggregate construction fee of his luxurious retirement house in Chongwe which was grabbed by the ACC. Azadi is seeking an order compelling Chitotela to clear the balance, […]

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ACC arrests FTJ University quantity surveyor for corruption

227 ViewsThe Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has arrested a quantity surveyor in the construction of the FTJ University for fraudulent facilitation of payment. Joseph Ngulube, 53 of Lusaka has been arrested and charged with one count of fraudulent facilitation of payment contrary to section 34 (2) (a) as read together with section 40(2) of the Anti-Corruption […]

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Graveyard scrap metal thief caged 18 months with hard labour

280 ViewsThe Ndola Magistrate’s Court has sentenced a 30 year old man of Chifubu to 18 months in jail with hard labour for criminal trespass on burial sites. The convict was caught removing metal name plates from grave yards, supposedly with intention to sell them. This however, follows a number of thefts involving metals on […]

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