Author Archives: Clement Malambo

Headlines 19 March 2012

ZR Comment:  LAP GreenN, the holding company owned by the Libyan Investment Authority, has today filed a lawsuit in a Zambian court against what they describe as the unlawful and...

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Headlines 17 March 2012

ZR Comment:  Confusion continues to reign at State House in Lusaka.  Just one day after the Chief Registrar Clement Andeleki, allegedly acting upon orders of the president, ordered the dissolution...

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Headlines 15 March 2012

MMD challenges de-registration in court The Movement for Multiparty Democracy (MMD) is challenging its de-registration through the courts of law. The Registrar of Societies announced yesterday that it had withdrawn...

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Headlines 14 March 2012

ZR Comment:  Just one day after President Michael Sata aggressively attacked the leadership of the two opposition parties, calling them “thieves,” as well as the removal of two parliamentary seats...

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Headlines 13 March 2012

ZR Comment:  The continuing secessionist pressures in the Southern Province should be carefully monitored, as they pose a challenge to the Patriotic Front’s management skills. Ruling PF acknowledges leadership crisis...

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Headlines 12 March 2012

ZR Comment:  Our apologies for the late delivery today.  Zambia may be the best kept investment secret in Africa, but its broadband connections still have a little way to go....

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Headlines 9 March 2012

ZR Comment:  The issue of partisan bias in the Zambian media appears to be deepening, as newspapers such as The Post are opening up an attack the former ruling party’s...

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Headlines 8 March 2012

ZR Comment:  President Michael Sata has once again shaken things up in the Patriotic Front administration with a series of new cabinet appointments and demotions of key staff.  The frequent...

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Headlines 7 March 2012

ZR Comment:  Yesterday the PF administration continued its seizure of property belonging to the opposition party with the impounding of a 63-seat campaign bus, which would presumably be used in...

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