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The Headlines section of Zambia Reports brings you the latest headline news from both original on-the-ground reporters as well as aggregated sources.
  • ‘Reflect on Your Evil Practices During Easter’

    As the country celebrates Easter conveners of the Black Friday campaign have called on the Patriotic Front to reflect on their lies on the constitution making process in the spirit of Easter. Interim spokesperson Guess Nyirenda said the PF should reflect on their many evil practices against the Zambian people. Below is the full statement: The Black Friday Campaigners do hereby appeal to the Patriotic Front (PF) members and leaders to reflect individually and collectively on the evil practices that their cadres are perpetrating. This period, during the suffering, death and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ is a wonderful  …More

  • Hichilema’s Easter Message of Love

    Easter Message by HH Colleagues, its Easter again. First and foremost let me wish all of us a happy and peaceful Easter. Not only is it time to reflect on our commitment to the Christian faith, but we should also reaffirm our commitment to the Christian nation proclamation for which the country is known. Colleagues, by now we all know that the state of the nation is not what it should be in a Christian and democratic country. We are seeing an increase in intolerance which manifests itself in many ways including violence, crime, outright defamation and closing of the  …More

  • High Court Grants Harrington Masebo Judicial Review

    The Lusaka High Court has granted former Tourism Minister William Harrington the right to commence judicial review of the judge Rhoyda Kaoma tribunal findings against sacked Tourism Minister Sylvia Masebo. High Court judge Gertrude Chawatama granted Harrington the right to proceed after he sought the review of the findings of the tribunal that said although Masebo had committed transgressions they did not amount to misconduct. Harrington wants the High Court to interpret the parliamentary and ministerial code of conduct act on what constitutes pecuniary advantage. Meanwhile, the judge has recused herself from hearing the case saying she had sat on  …More

  • Man Burnt to Death in Lusaka

    A 40-year-old man of Chibolya compound in Lusaka has been burnt to death in an inferno after the house he was sleeping in caught fire. The deceased identified as Ian Chilando died yesterday around 01:05 hours. Zambia Police Deputy Public Relations Officer Rae Hamoonga said Misheck Daka, the brother to the deceased, reported that the house caught fire whilst his brother was asleep. Hamoonga said the body of the deceased is lying in the University Teaching Hospital mortuary awaiting burial. Meanwhile, the Zambia Police has advised members of the public to be security conscious and abide by the laws that  …More

  • Lusaka Water Company Wins Award at Paris Summit

    Lusaka Water and Sewerage Company has been voted among the best four water utilities in the developing world by the Highly Commended Water Leaders Awards at the 2014 Global Water Summit in Paris. Global Water Awards is an annual event designed to reward excellence and innovation and recognizes achievements, projects and technologies which have made waves in the water industry. This year’s awards were held in Paris – France, and presented by Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Nobel Peace Laureate and UN Goodwill Ambassador for water, Sanitation and Hygiene in Africa. Lusaka Water was voted amongst the best four utilities  …More

  • 6, 000 PF Cadres Join Zambia Police, says Nawakwi

    Forum for Democracy and Development, FDD, leader Edith Nawakwi has charged that the Zambia Police Service has been rendered ineffective due to the six thousand PF cadres that have been recruited in the service over the past two years. And Nawakwi has called on President Micheal Sata to condemn the persistent violence that has characterized the country’s political landscape. Nawakwi has also called on President Sata to cage and disarm the PF cadres that are perpetrating violence. She told a media briefing in Lusaka that the political violence is as a result of the collective failure by political parties to  …More

  • Kalaba says Constitution is ‘Useless’ to His Constituency

    Foreign Affairs Minister Harry Kalaba says the people in his constituency are not interested in the new constitution but only want development. Kalaba whose highly publicized tour of his constituency, thanks to his bottomless wallet has been mostly about parroting everything President Michael Sata has said on the constitution told his constituents that the constitution talk was only restricted to Lusaka. He said there was no need for a new constitution and that advocates of the new constitution were just wasting their time. Kalaba said the Patriotic Front government had proved to be a blessing for the Zambian people because  …More

  • Two-Year-Old Baby Dies in DRC Bound Bus Accident

    The never ending tale of road traffic accidents has continued with a Democratic Republic of Congo Marcopolo bound bus overturning at Kashitu area in Kapiri Mposhi killing a two year old baby with several other passengers sustaining injuries. The bus that was travelling from Johannesburg is said to have overturned due to over speeding leading to the driver losing control. Several injured passengers have been admitted to Kapiri Mposhi General Hospital with the driver taken to Ndola hospital follow a more serious injury. Road accidents have become one of the highest contributors to the mortality rate in the country.

  • NGOCC Concerned Over Political Violence

    The following press release was issued by the NGOCC: The Non Governmental Organisations Coordinating Council (NGOCC) is deeply concerned about the increased incidences of political violence being perpetrated by cadres of the ruling Patriotic Front (PF) party against opposition leaders. The reports about the PF cadres attacking opposition leaders are of profound concern to the women’s movement. NGOCC was further alarmed to read that the UPND had decided to arm themselves in defence against attacks from the PF. We are happy however that the leadership of the UPND have directed their cadres against any form of violence or revenge. The  …More

  • Chellah Calls Hichilema Assassination Attempt a Joke

    STATE HOUSE has dismissed as ‘laughable’ claims by opposition United Party for National Development (UPND) leader Hakainde Hichilema that President Michael Sata is behind a ploy to assassinate him. Hichilema made the claims during a media briefing in Lusaka yesterday, saying the alleged attacks on him while in Ndola on the Copperbelt, were orchestrated by the Head of State. State House Special Assistant for Press and Public Relations, George Chellah said the Head of State was in fact wishing Hichilema long life and that no one wanted to assassinate him. Chellah said in an interview in Lusaka yesterday that the  …More

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