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Zambia is “Wasting Time” with Henry Banda Case, says SACCORD

Over the past six months the Government of Zambia has accused the son of the former President Rupiah Banda, Henry Banda, of unspecified acts of corruption and were said to...

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President Sata Departs for SADC Summit in Mozambique

President Michael Sata this morning left for Maputo, Mozambique where he will join other Heads of State for the 32nd Ordinary Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) Summit. Sata will deliver his maiden...

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MISA Zambia Voices Concern on the Firing of Evelyn Hone Journalism Trainer

MISA Zambia, an international professional journalism body, is concerned with the decision by Evelyn Hone College to dismiss its journalism lecturer Clayson Hamasaka. According to a statement by the organization...

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Zambian Opposition Leader Hichilema Arrested, Released on Bail

Zambia’s opposition leader Hakainde Hichilema has been arrested and charged for publishing false information  over statements he made that police say were alarming the nation. One of Hichilema’s lawyers, Sakwiba...

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Catholic Church to Hold Solidarity Mass over Deported Priest

The Catholic Church in Chipata Eastern Province yesterday held a solidarity Mass for their deported priest Fr. Viatuer Banyangandora of Rwanda. Chipata diocese Vicar General Fr Gabriel Msipu hosted Lundazi Catholics...

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President Sata’s Nephew, Miles Sampa, Makes a Pledge

The nephew of President Michael Sata, Miles Sampa, has made a pledge to uphold transperancy by vowing not to acquire any piece of land or property in his constituency. Sampa...

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UNZA Students Riot, PF Police Arrest Six in Lusaka

University of Zambia students last night stormed the street and set up fire along the Great East Road in the capital Lusaka to protest an imminent closure they are opposing...

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Ten People Die in Nyimba, Mongu and Lukulu Road Accidents

The death toll on Zambian roads is continuing to increase with over 10 people recorded dead between Thursday and Saturday this week. Five people died on Thursday in a road...

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Seasoned Evelyn Hone Journalism Lecturer Loses Job over Hichilema

The PF government has with immediate effect fired the head of media studies at one of the country’s top college. Clayson Hamasaka of the Evelyn Hone College has been fired...

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Government Considers Reversal of Deportation of Rwandan Catholic Priest

Chief government spokesperson Kennedy Sakeni has announced that the Ministry of Home Affairs will on behalf of government, dialogue with the Catholic leadership in the country and consider revoking the...

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