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Catholic Church Joins PF’s Call to Dissolve Judiciary

According to a new story in the Post Newspaper, representatives of the Catholic Church in Zambia have stepped forward into the political fold, putting the organization’s support behind the president’s...

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Human Rights Group Condemns Beatings and Arrests of Protesters

The Zambia Human Rights Commission has condemned the beating of UPND demonstrators by state police officers yesterday. Commission’s Public relations manager Samuel Kansakha said it was wrong for the police...

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MMD Expels Mutati for Suspected Links to Ruling Party

Felix Mutati is facing expulsion from the opposition MMD party due to his suspected links to the ruling Patriotic Front. However Mutati yesterday said he would not respond on the...

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Michael Sata, The Unquiet Diplomat

Sometimes in life, keeping one’s mouth shut is not a sign of cowardice, but rather one of restraint.  When it comes to the public appearances of of our Head of...

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Venezuela and Zambia Look to Deepen Ties

The Venezuelan Government says it is committed to strengthening ties with Zambia. And Patriotic Front Secretary General Wynter Kabimba says the PF government is anxious to learn from Venezuela on...

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UPND Says “PF Is Worst Government Since Independence”

The United Party for National Development (UPND) has charged the Patriotic Front government is the worst ever in the history of the country. Party deputy spokesperson Cornelius Mweetwa said government...

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Zulu Threatens to Dissolve Zambia’s Judiciary

In a shocking turn of events, Zambia’s Minister of Justice Sebastian Zulu has declared that the Patriotic Front government would be willing to dissolve the judiciary if they are unable...

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Mopani Pinched by High Production Costs

Mopani Copper Mines board chairman Emmanuel Mutati says the high cost of production has remained a major challenge facing the mining sector. Speaking before a luncheon in honour of mines...

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Zulu Denies Sata’s Tolerance for ‘a Little Corruption’

Justice Minister Sebastian Zulu says corruption is corruption no matter the type or size. President Michael Sata while meeting Zimbabwes’ Robert Mugabe on Tuesday made a remark that suggested that...

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Sata Arrives In Angola For SADC Summit

President Michael Sata arrived Wednesday afternoon in the Angolan capital Luanda to participate, from 31 May to 1 June, at the Extraordinary Summit of Heads of State and Government of...

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