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Police Nab 8 Zambians a Chinese for Unlawful Drilling

The spectre of unlawful drilling is back in the news with eight Zambians and one Chinese national arrested for unlawful drilling and using suspected military regalia. The nine were round...

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2019 Budget Tackles Wide Ranging Issues

Finance Minister Margaret Mwanakatwe unveiled a K86.8 billion budget that translates into 28.9 percent of the Gross Domestic Product for 2019. The budget marked a significant increase from the 2018...

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Chief Magodi’s 14-year Old Son Nabbed for Causing Death by Dangerous Driving

POLICE in Lundazi have arrested senior Magodi’s 14 year old son for causing death by dangerous driving. Eastern Province police commissioner Luckson Sakala confirmed the incident adding that the juvenile...

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Govt Offers to Refund Britain Cash Transfer Stash

Government has continued making amends toward the social cash transfer scandal with a request to pay back the Two Million and Seven Hundred pounds which was meant for beneficiaries. The...

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Acting President Confers with Top UK Envoy

At a time doomsayers are professing a deteriorated relationship between Zambia and the United Kingdom, Acting President Inonge Wina has held a fruitful meeting with United Kingdom Prime Minister’s Trade...

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92-Year-Old Lufwanyama Man Murdered by Nephew

A 42 year old man of Kandole Area in Lufwanyama District on the Copperbelt has murdered his 92 year uncle for reasons yet to be known. Copperbelt Police Chief Charity...

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Court Jails Cop for Six Months for Corrupt Practices

The Lusaka Magistrates Court has convicted a Police Officer and jailed him for six months with hard labour for corruption involving K5, 000. Akayombokwa Siyomunji, 36, of Farm No. 196...

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Zambian Mission in China Trashes Reports of Attacks of Zambian Student

The Zambian Mission in China has refuted claims that a Zambian student in that country was brutally beaten and is battling for his life. Acting Foreign Affairs Permanent Secretary Winnie...

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Chadiza’s Zemba Police Post Closed after Residents Protest

GOVERNMENT has been forced to temporarily close Zemba police post in Chadiza after the local people threatened to set it ablaze following the confusion surrounding the death of two children...

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Voting Pattern Inquiry Mandate Extended to December

The post 2016 election matters remain on the political menu with President Edgar Lungu extending the mandate for the Commission of Inquiry into the Voting Pattern and Electoral Violence for...

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