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PF cracks are real

The cracks in the ruling Patriotic Front (PF) were inevitable because some senior members in the party were working against President Michael Sata  and were going round the country propping up their own political images, former Lusaka PF vice secretary Benja Siwila has observed. Siwila said it was not surprising that there are reports of […]

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PF cracks

Over 20 cabinet and deputy ministers in the Patriotic Front government have formed a breakaway party after falling out of favour with President Michael Sata. They are also disillusioned by President Sata’s apparent elevation of his son Mulenga who seems destined to take over from him in 2016. One of the officials tasked to mobilize […]

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Police are lying

United Party for National Development (UPND) leader Hakainde Hichilema has charged that it is not true that  police rescued him from being physically attacked by Patriotic Front (PF) cadres who raided SUN FM radio station baying for his blood. Hichilema has told the Daily Nation that when the cadres raided SUN FM radio where he […]

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Sata cancels corrupt deal

President Michael Sata has reportedly cancelled a corrupt Nitrogen Chemicals of Zambia (NCZ) raw material procurement deal that would have resulted in government losing K100 million (about $16 million) in inflated prices. Meanwhile government is today expected to sign another expensive fertiliser deal through the Ministry of Finance for the importation of urea fertiliser from […]

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HH attacked

Opposition UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema was forced to leave SUN FM radio station through the roof after marauding Patriotic Front (PF) cadres raided the Ndola based radio station where he was featuring to discuss Zambia’s political landscape under President Michael Sata. The cadres armed with an assortment of weapons ranging from guns, pangas and other […]

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Panji angers Mpezeni

A row has erupted between Paramount Chief Mpezeni and Works, Supply and Communications deputy Minister Panji Kaunda after the later impounded a vehicle belonging to the traditional leadersat a check point and deflated all its tyres. Colonel Kaunda yesterday confirmed that vehicle belonging to Paramount Chief Mpezeni was impounded at a check point in Chipata […]

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Nawakwi defies police

Police on the Copperbelt on Wednesday harassed Forum for Development and Democracy president Edith Nawakwi, ordering her to stop addressing meetings and leave the province because she allegedly did not have a police permit. Nawakwi confirmed the police harassment but vowed that she will not allow the PF cadres in police uniform to hound her […]

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No constitution no PF

There will be no Patriotic Front in 2016 if President Michael Sata refuses to give Zambians a people driven constitution, says National Restoration Party president Elias Chipimo. In an interview, Chipimo said that the refusal by the PF to give Zambians a constitution was as good as telling Zambians that they (PF) would not participate […]

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Simataa will spill beans

Former Finance Bank director Simataa Simataa has vowed to spill the beans and has now directed his lawyers to institute defamation proceedings against the Bank’s owner Dr Rajan Mahtani for suggesting that the K1 billion money he was paid was to gag him from speaking. Simataa said that the K1 billion he was paid out […]

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Mahtani demands K1 b from Simataa

Finance Bank chairman Rajan Mahtani has demanded K1 billion from Simata Simataa for disclosing negative information in the Lusaka High Court contrary to an agreement he allegedly signed to keep quiet about the affairs of the bank after he left in 2007. Mahtani has demanded the return of the money because Simata has testified in […]

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