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UPND Mourns Sibeta

UPND is mourning the death of their senior member and former Luena lawmaker Chripin Sibeta who died in Lusaka after an illness. Sibeta was Member of Parliament for Lwena constituency...

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Associated British Foods Denies Tax Avoidance

Associated British Foods, the company that owns Illovo, Zambia Sugar, says the ActionAid’s report revealing that Zambia Sugar has been avoiding tax payments is baseless. The London based parent company...

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NAREP Candidate Released on Bail

National Restoration Party (NAREP)’s candidate for the Mpongwe by-election Reagan Ndhlovu has been granted a a K2 million (KR2, 000) bail in a case where he is charged with disorderly...

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Sata Grasping for Solutions to Traffic Fatalities

President Michael Sata says he is reflecting deeply on means that can help reduce road traffic accident and has since ordered the construction of the Lusaka-Ndola dual carriage way as...

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Miyanda Slams PF over Banda Accusations

According to a statement by Brig Gen Godfrey Miyanda of the Heritage Party, the Patriotic Front government is abusing its powers to target Former President Rupiah Banda in violation of...

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Mpongwe Opposition Candidate Arrested

Reegan Ndhlovu, who is a candidate in the Mpongwe by-election for the National Restoration Party (NAREP), was arrested yesterday by police on charges of “conduct likely to cause a breach...

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Sordid Details of PF Minister’s Affair End Up in Court

Salome Mulenga, the jilted lover of Labour Deputy Minister Rayford Mbulu is seeking justice for the abuse she has suffered at the hands of the minister who is abusing his...

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Kabimba Says PF Will Attempt of Lift Immunity

Justice minister Wynter Kabimba says the PF government will propose a motion in the National Assembly to seek parliament’s approval to lift the immunity of former republican president Rupiah Banda....

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Livingstone Police Recover Stolen Copper

Police in Livingstone’s Dambwa Site and Service township yesterday raided a house and recovered over 100 bags containing copper cathodes, copper blisters and other scrap metal. Southern Province commissioner of...

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Diplomats Accrued Illegal Allowances: Report

The latest edition of the Auditor-general’s report has revealed that in February 2011, nine officers based at the Zambian mission in Libya who were evacuated back home due to civil...

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