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State House  hunger strike Sudanese terrorists kidnap Zambian Sexy Bishop  apprehended
 

State House hunger strike

About 30 family members of slain Patriotic Front (PF) cadre Moses Simuwelu are planning to stage a hunger strike at the gates of State House in an effort to compel President Michael Sata and the ruling party to explain the death and compensation for their loss. Mr Lackson Simuwelu, uncle of Moses said that despite […]

Sudanese terrorists kidnap Zambian

The Sudanese notorious terrorist group, the Janjaweed that has abducted a Zambian humanitarian worker at the United Nations (UN) International Organisation for Migration Felix Ngoma is demanding US$1 million. Foreign Affairs Minister Harry Kalaba disclosed yesterday at a media briefing that Mr Ngoma who was kidnaped almost three weeks ago was being held hostage by […]

Sexy Bishop apprehended

A 47-year-old Bishop of Holy Ghost Fire Ministries in Kitwe has been apprehended and detained at one of the police stations on the Copperbelt for allegedly having carnal knowledge of nine girls aged between 14 and 20. Bishop Dominic Kanyika Nyundu is alleged to have engaged the girls in sexual encounters at the Kitwe council farm […]

That macabre murder

25 July 2014

It has been eight months since Moses Simuwelu, the Patriotic Front (PF) cadre was savagely and gruesomely murdered in the country’s worst intraparty bloody clashes but mystery has continued to surround his death. It is the law that an  inquest should follow such deaths, but no attempt has been made to this case unless it […]

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CDF ‘corruption’ irks Mkushi NGOs

25 July 2014

The Civil Society for Poverty Reduction  (CSPR) and the Development Association in Mkushi have accused the Mkushi District Council of alleged corrupt practices in the utilization of the Constituency Development Fund (CDF). CSPR Mkushi Branch Coordinator Gershom Musonda has said the manner in which the Mkushi Council was utilising CDF left much to be desired. […]

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NGO launches Shangombo sugar plantation

25 July 2014

The Programme Against Discrimination in Communities (PADIC)  has commenced the establishment of a sugar cane plantation project in Shangombo district in Western province. The NGO was given 3000 hectares of land by the Barotse Royal Establishment (BRE) where it had  begun constructing an initial 30 unit housing complex at Shandambi area. PADIC Executive Director Sitali […]

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Two Serenje businessmen fined

25 July 2014

The Serenje magistrate court has fined two businessmen for ignoring its orders that their respective businesses close. Before Magistrate Penstone Kalutwa Chiluba were Emmanuel Chilobwa and George Mukoma, both of Mukando junction of Chitambo District who were charged with two counts. The first count was failure to comply with the closing order contrary to section […]

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Father Bwalya’s acquital upset PF in Kasama

25 July 2014

The Patriotic Front (PF) in Northern Province says the State should appeal the acquittal of Alliance for Better Zambia (ABZ) president Frank Bwalya. PF provincial secretary Evaristo Chellah has said  the ruling party in Kasama strongly felt that the court did not take into account all the evidence presented by the complainants. Mr Chellah said the party […]

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Church should rid wolves in sheep’s skin-CCZ

25 July 2014

Society should understand that even in Churches, there are leaders who are “wolves in sheep’s clothing”, says Council of Churches in Zambia (CCZ) general secretary Suzanne Matale. She has said that society should make informed decisions of which houses of worship they should join. Reverend Matale was commenting on the detention of a Kitwe Bishop […]

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Some Grade 12 repeaters fail again

25 July 2014

A total of 5,714 Grade 12 repeaters who sat for the June, 2014 General Certificate of Education (GCE) examinations have failed again. The failures were among 18, 371 candidates who entered for the mid-year Grade 12 examinations. Education Minister John Phiri announced yesterday that a total of 12,657 candidates managed to obtain GCEs. Dr Phiri […]

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Grand Coalition expels YALI

25 July 2014

The Grand Coalition on the campaign for a new Constitution has with immediate effect broken ranks with Young African Leaders’ Initiative (YALI) leadership because their two positions are irreconcilable. And YALI president Andrew Ntewewe told the Daily Nation that it will respect the decision of the Grand Coalition, but would continue to push for the […]

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PF plotting MPs salary increase -HH

25 July 2014

United Party for National Development (UPND) president Hakainde Hichilema has accused the Patriotic Front of using some Members of Parliament (MPs) to demand an increase in their salaries. And Mr Hichilema has said that he would not repossess President Sata’s retirement house currently under construction but that the Head of State would be the last […]

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“Ease joining of public interest cases”

25 July 2014

A legal practitioner has proposed that any spirited person should be free to join any case of public interest by simply writing a letter to a judge. But Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) Mutembo Nchito found the suggestion outside the terms of reference of the Legal and Justice Sector Reforms Commission which is sitting in […]

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