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Mambo Gets K25, 000 Fine for Contempt

Civil Society Constitutional Agenga (CiSCA) chairperson and Chikondi Foundation president Bishop John Mambo has escaped jail for contempt but has been fined K25,000 for the offence. Appearing before the Supreme...

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Tasila Strikes Mentorship Deal with Nigeria’s D’Banji

President Edgar Lungu’s daughter, Tasila, has struck a partnership with top Nigerian artiste D’banji to collaborate with some Zambian youths. Tasila, the Nkoloma Ward 1 councillor, said she had a...

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ZRA Impounds Over 53 Trucks

The Zambia Revenue Authority has impounded over 53 trucks, which risk being forfeited to the state if they fail to provide true and correct documentation related to the consignments on...

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RTSA to Hold Consultative Meetings on New Vehicle Registration Fees

The Road Transport and Safety Agency (RTSA) has called for consultative meetings with stakeholders and members of the general public on the proposed new fees for vehicle registration. This according...

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Zambian Doctors Score another Milestone in Surgery

Eight surgical Zambian doctors have successfully conducted a Transhiatal Esophagectomy surgery at Ndola Teaching Hospital, a procedure that has been done for the first time in the country. Transhiatal Esophagectomy...

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Ex-Post Managing Editor forms a Press Initiative

Journalist Joan Chirwa has formed the Free Press Initiative (FPI) Zambia, an organisation that seeks to push for more press freedom, professionalism of journalists and defend human rights. Permanent secretary...

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Kitwe Businessman Seeks Acquittal in Aggravated Robbery Charge

Kitwe businessman Daniel Makina has asked the Kitwe High Court to acquit him of the aggravated robbery charge he is facing.   This is in a matter Makina is jointly...

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Boeing Grounds Entire Crash Aircraft Fleet

Boeing has grounded its entire global fleet of 737 Max aircraft after investigators uncovered new evidence at the scene of the fatal Ethiopian Airlines crash.   The US plane-maker said...

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Barrick Puts K1.3m into 2019 Scolarships

Mining giant Barrick Lumwana Mining has allocated K1.3 million for sponsorship of Zambians in secondary and tertiary institutions this year. Company Sustainability manager Christopher Mukala disclosed that 183 individuals have...

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Govt Posthumously Honours Jerabo Leader

Government has posthumously honoured leader of the Jerabos in Kitwe, Youngson Kalobo, for the role he played in ensuring young people are empowered through access to mineral deposits at the...

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