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Miyanda Warns Chiefs To Expect More Of Sata’s Outbursts

716 ViewsSTATEMENT: OPEN LETTER TO CHIEFS IN ZAMBIA The latest threats by President Michael Sata delivered personally in the House of Chiefs may be an ominous sign of what is yet to come and must be taken seriously by all citizens and in particular all chiefs in Zambia. There was no need and there is […]

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Andrew Banda accused of calling President Sata a Satanist

1,524 ViewsThe son of Zambia’s former president Rupiah Banda was arrested Thursday on charges of defaming his father’s successor, his lawyer told AFP. Andrew Banda was picked up by police at a court, where he was answering unrelated charges of graft in connection with road building contracts. “He has been charged with the offence of […]

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Kabanshi Gives Vendors Green Light To Carry On Trading

1,002 ViewsLocal Government and Housing Minister Emerine Kabanshi has asured the vendors in Lusaka that government will not chase them from the streets. Kabanshi said the vendors will continue working on the street as long as they maintain their surrounding to avoid getting diseases. She said government wants to work with the vendors. Kabanshi said […]

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1,606 ViewsPresident Michael Sata says he has on several occasions been disappointed by the performance of some government officials. Speaking during the Swearing in ceremony of Pascal Chanda Kasolo as Luapula province Permanent Secretary at State House this morning, Mr. Sata says he does not expect the new Luapula province Permanent Secretary to be among […]

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Kitwe Woman Raped By Her Employer

2,811 ViewsA 17 Year Old Woman Of Wusakile Township In Kitwe Has Allegedly Been Raped By Her Employer. The allegedly rape took place in Wusakile Mine Township, On Tuesday, 23rd July, 2013 Around 07:30 Hours. The victim claims was Allegedly Raped By Her Employer Daniel Salimu, 34, Of Flat Number 14, Sinozam Flats, In Nkana […]

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Simusamba released after protesting against Justice Chibesakunda

941 ViewsOpposition UPND Deputy Secretary General Kachunga Simusamba has been released from police custody after he was detained for protesting against Acting Chief Justice Lombe Chibesakunda. Simusamba who was with Lusaka Province Information and Publicity Chairman Alex Mulenga was detained on Wednesday July 24,2013 at the High Court premises where he had staged a protest […]

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Zambeef burns imported beef products and stops imports

1,113 ViewsZambeef has announced the decision to stop importing beef products. The company has also destroyed all the imported products that was recalled from its shops for allegedly containing the chemical, formaldehyde. Zambeef Board Chairperson Jacob Mwanza said at its Huntley Farm in Chisamba on Wednesday that the company will start dealing with local beef […]

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Mazabuka vendor stabs friend over Merchandise

693 ViewsA street vendor has stabbed his friend in the neck at Mazabuka railway station after picking up a quarrel over the sell of merchandise to passengers aboard a train. ZANIS in Mazabuka rushed to the railway station on Tuesday July 23,2013 and found that police had already arrived at the scene of the crime […]

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Lake Safari Lodge comes to Orphanage’s plight

857 ViewsManagement at Lake Safari Lodge has donated bags of mealie meal and Kapenta to Namumu Orphanage Centre in Siavonga. Managing Director Maurice Diamond said Lake Safari remains committed to helping the Community hence the gesture. He said the company was responding to a request made by the Orphanage recently. ” We were approached by […]

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Police stops Fr. Bwalya’s party launch rally

1,109 ViewsThe Zambian Police has blocked Father Frank Bwalya’s party – Alliance for Better Zambia from going ahead with the rally slated for Kitwe this weekend. The rally was aimed at launching the Catholic Priest’s party which was registered recently. “We wish to inform our party members and the general public that the Police Force […]

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