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South Africa On 21 Day Lockdown

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced a 21-day national lockdown to start from midnight on March 26, in a bid to slow an outbreak of the coronavirus. Pharmacies, banks,...

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Over 520 ABSA Bank Employees Working Without Contracts….as Mizinga Melu delays settlement of redundancy packages.

Information has emerged that Absa Bank Chief Executive officer Mizinga Melu, “is reluctant” to trigger speedy settlement of redundancy packages to former Barclays Bank employees now working under the newly...

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64 Year Old Man Defiles An Imbecile

23rd March, 2020. Police in Mansa have arrested a 64 year old man identified as Philimon Mwewa Kasomena of Muchini Village, Chief Chimese in Mansa District, who is alleged to...

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Council Workers Told To Get Back To Work After Govt Releases K48m

The Zambia United Local Authorities Workers Union (ZULAWU) has asked its members from the 68 Councils to resume work following the release of K48m by government to the respective councils....

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Over 700,000 People Hit By Floods

Over 700,000 people in different parts of Zambia have been affected by floods, The Disaster Management and Mitigation Unit (DMMU) has disclosed. National Coordinator Chanda Kabwe has stated that the most affected...

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COVID-19: South Africa Won’t Take Chances Anymore

At least 20 international flights arrived in SA only for non-South Africans to be denied entry into the continent, while South Africans were taken into quarantine. Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula...

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COVID-19 | Congo Reports First Coronavirus Death Bringing Africa’s Total To Three

The Democratic Republic of Congo this Saturday has reported its first Coronavirus death, along with five new cases. The country has reported 23 cases total since 10th March, and the...

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SAA Suspends International And Regional Flights Until 31st May, 2020

South African Airways (SAA) will immediately suspend all regional and international operations until the end of May in response to a government travel ban aimed at stopping the transmission of...

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Prime TV Requests For A Meeting With Government On Its Ceasing Cooperation With The TV Station

The Station writes, “Reference is made to the above captioned subject. We refer to your statement dated 17th March 2020 in which you announced your position to cease cooperation with...

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I Grew Up With Edgar Lungu, Banda Testifies In Court

President Edgar Lungu’s primary school colleague has testified how he reported New Labour Party president Fresher Siwale to the police for lying that the Head of State stole his identity....

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