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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 […]

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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 […]

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RB visits Sata

Former Republican President Rupiah Banda yesterday visited President Michael Sata’s son, Kazimu, who is admitted to Milpark Hospital in Johannesburg, South Africa. The former Head of State said he was relieved to find that Kazimu was making steady progress after surviving a near fatal road traffic accident. He wished him, and the other two accident […]

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Judge Chali in trouble

Civil rights activist Brebner Changala has asked the Judicial Complaints Authority (JCA) to take appropriate action against Judge Isaac Tantameni Chali for alleged misconduct and intimidation of litigants. In a letter to the Chairperson of the JCA dated 18th July, 2014, Mr Changala said he was disturbed by the action of the judge who discredited […]

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Sata flies out

President Michael Sata yesterday visited his son Kazimu who is admitted to Milpark Hospital, in Johannesburg, South African. Mr Kazimu Sata was involved in a tragic road accident last week in Kitwe. According to a statement issued last evening by presidential press aide George Chellah, President Sata was accompanied by First Lady Christine Kaseba and […]

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Probe Sata’s enemies

The debate on the disappearance of President Michael Sata from the public eye for close to a month resurfaced in Parliament yesterday with a member of Parliament demanding that Home Affairs Minister Ngosa Simbyakula commences investigations in reports that some senior Patriotic Front (PF) leaders are habouring ill wishes against the Head of State. And […]

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‘Invisible’ Sata worries Chipimo

Whatever is preventing President Michael Sata from public appearance is much more than what is being talked about, claims National Restoration Party (NAREP) president Elias Chipimo. He has noted with sadness that Zambians have been left with no option but to conclude that something serious had happened to President Sata. “We are left to conclude […]

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GBM robbed

Suspected criminals on Saturday night broke into GBM Milling, a milling company owned by Kasama Central member of Parliament (MP) Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba, raiding the entire accounts and logistics departments and stole eight computers but a quick response from Police C5 foiled the robbery as the suspects were immediately apprehended and a taxi they were […]

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Father Bwalya acquitted

Alliance for Better Zambia (ABZ) president Frank Bwalya has been acquitted of charges of defaming President Michael Sata in a case in which he had likened the Head of State to a sweet potato. In January this year, Father Bwalya was arrested after he used a Bemba idiom; ‘chumbu munshololwa’ in reference to President Sata’s […]

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PF annoys ZCTU

The Government will not be allowed to extend the illegal wage and employment freeze beyond this year, Zambia Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) secretary general Roy Mwaba has warned, And Mr Mwaba has charged that the Patriotic Front (PF) was de-campaigning itself by imposing the two year wage freeze because civil servants were not happy […]

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