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UPND STIRRING CONFUSION IN MMD, SAYS NEVERS

A GROUP of expelled Movement for Multiparty Democracy (MMD) senior members are sponsoring confusion in the former ruling party so that they can take over the leadership of the party and deliver it to the United Party for National Development (UPND), claims MMD president Nevers Mumba. He said the expelled MMD members were also scheming […]

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K75,000 NOMINATION FEE ANGERS MULONGOTI

PEOPLE’S party (PP) president Mike Mulongoti says the democratic values of the country have been breached by the K75,000 nomination fees slapped on presidential aspirants. He said the fees were a hindrance to poor citizens who wished to stand for the office and added that it was undemocratic for the Electoral Commission of Zambia to […]

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LEGAL COUNSEL HAILS PUBLIC PROTECTOR ENACTMENT

THE introduction of the office of Public Protector to replace the office of the Investigator General in the 2016 Constitution is a positive development, State Counsel Willie Mubanga has said.   Mr Mubanga noted that the position of Public Protector will enable the office holder to investigate actions and decisions taken or omitted by a […]

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PAID UNZA, CBU STUDENT PERSISTED WITH RIOTS – STATE

A named opposition political party leader and his vice president have embarked on a “very serious campaign” of recruiting students in higher learning institutions and that they will stop at nothing until their mission is accomplished, Parliament heard yesterday. And Government has disputed owing university student’s allowances at the time they rioted against the alleged […]

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BOB SICHINGA EXPOSED

BOB Sichinga should tell the nation if tribalism has now ended in the United Party for National Development (UPND) for him to re-join since he left after the party decided that only a Tonga should succeed late Anderson Mazoka, Sinazongwe UPND Member of Parliament Richwell Siamunene has charged. And Mr. Siamunene has urged Zambians not […]

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DALBIT ACCUSED IN LOCAL FUEL SUPPLY ROW

DALBIT is recklessly disregarding the regulation which prescribes that a minimum of 20 percent of fuel import contracts should be given to local transporters, the Petroleum Transporters Association Zambia (PTAZ) has charged. But Dalbit country operations manager Francis Kahuki has disputed the claims by PTAZ, describing them as false as the company had been engaging […]

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EX-ZAF OFFICER COMMITTED TO HIGH COURT FOR MURDER

FORMER Zambia Air force (ZAF) officer Colonel Pandala Banda who was arrested and charged with murder for allegedly killing his wife has been committed to the Lusaka High Court for trial. This was after State prosecutor Febby Kalala informed the court that she had received instructions from the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) to commit […]

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First Lady lobbies for mental patient comfort

THE Zambian Government must create special home shelters for people with mental disorders to allow them have a more decent lifestyle compared to the streets, First Lady Esther Lungu has suggested. She said a number of people suffering from mental disorders have been neglected by their families and have been left to survive as destitutes […]

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WEED OUT TRAITORS-MUSOMA

THOSE jostling for adoption as presidential running mates in PF will destabilize the party if treated with kid gloves and the party should ensure that all unnecessary campaign manoeuvres by members are stopped, ZRP president Wright Musoma has charged. Mr. Musoma said the PF was a formidable party which had marketed itself very well among […]

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ZAMTEL FACES COLLAPSE

ZAMTEL faces imminent collapse as a result of serious management and financial crisis, civil rights activist Brebner Changala has warned. Government, he said, must urgently intervene by instituting a thorough forensic audit which senior employees are demanding. Mr Changala cited the case of the crippled and non-performing internet service for which Zamtel was continuing to […]

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