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RB visits Sata Judge Chali in trouble Sata flies out
 

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

African leaders must stop violation of rights

21 July 2014

The establishment of the African Justice System can only be effective if leaders ensure that there was no violation of the people’s human rights, says Southern African Centre for Conflict Resolutions Disputes (SACCORD) executive director Boniface Chembe. He said African leaders found wanting should equally be sanctioned under the proposed African Justice System if it […]

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Catholics send peace messages to conflict zones

21 July 2014

The Church should spearhead the peace building process in various conflict zones on the Africa continent, says the Catholic Church. Bishop Eduardo Hiiboro, of Tombura-Yambio diocese in South Sudan said there were 17 countries in Africa either in conflict or recovering from one and that there was need for the Church to be part of […]

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MISA condemns journalist’s conviction

21 July 2014

The Regional Governing Council (RGC) of the Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) says the conviction of Swaziland’s prominent human rights lawyer Thulani Maseko and The Nation magazine editor Bheki Makhubu on contempt of court charges is a travesty of justice. The duo was found guilty of contempt of court in relation to articles which […]

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Arrest all married to underage-Chief

21 July 2014

Chief Chipepo of Gwembe district has directed his headmen to immediately effect citizen’s arrests on all men who have married underage girls. The chief has decreed that all culprits must have their hands tied with either a rope or fibre in the absence of handcuffs before being handed over to state police within 24 hours […]

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Fake ‘dorcas mothers’ evade Choma District

21 July 2014

The Seventh Day Adventist leadership in Choma East Mission District says it  is extremely worried about the safety of Dorcas workers as some members of the general public are disguising themselves as Dorcas mothers before pouncing on unsuspecting members. The leadership in Choma District  allege that some unscrupulous men, allegedly dressed in blue and white […]

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Kaunda warns mini-bus drivers

21 July 2014

Public service vehicle drivers who have not complied with the directive of painting or sticking orange strips on their vehicles will be punished, Transport Deputy Minister Panji Kaunda has warned. This follows a ministerial statement which announced that all public service vehicles would be required to be painted with an orange strip once a new […]

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Criminals in robes

21 July 2014

Integrity, honesty, respect and dignity are the virtues that the Judiciary and the legal fraternity must always espouse.  But the confession by Acting Chief Justice Lombe Chibesakunda that there is rampant corruption in the Judiciary and the branding of some lawyers as criminals in the robes by Acting Attorney General Musa Mwenye have put  our […]

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YALI await Grand Coalition judgement

21 July 2014

The future of the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) in the Grand Coalition still hangs in a balance after the meeting meant to discuss the latter’s 10 point master plan failed to take off. Grand Coalition chairperson Leonard Chiti disclosed yesterday that the meeting failed because YALI communicated earlier that they were out of town […]

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YALI await Grand Coalition judgement

21 July 2014

The future of the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) in the Grand Coalition still hangs in a balance after the meeting meant to discuss the latter’s 10 point master plan failed to take off. Grand Coalition chairperson Leonard Chiti disclosed yesterday that the meeting failed because YALI communicated earlier that they were out of town […]

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MPs salary body needed-ZADECO

21 July 2014

The Zambia Democratic Conference (ZADECO) has demanded the immediate establishment of an independent commission that will be looking at emoluments and other conditions of service for Parliamentarians. And the Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection (JCTR) has charged that it is unfair for members of Parliament to ask for an increase in their emoluments when there […]

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