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Kabimba Ponders Registration of London Judgment

Justice minister Wynter Kabimba has said government will activate the registration of the London judgment against late president Frederick Chiluba. Kabimba said the registration has slowed following the demise of...

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Speaker Demands Position on Abuse of Prisoners

Speaker of the National Assembly Patrick Matibini has directed Home Affairs minister Edgar Lungu to issue a ministerial statement on Thursday on the alleged flocking of 18 inmates at Mukobeko...

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DEC Arrests 3 FRA Employees

The Drug Enforcement Commission (DEC) has arrested three Food Reserve Agency (FRA) employees for theft by agency involving about K2 billion. The trio is also charged with being found in...

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Evelyn Hone College Protests Persist

Evelyn Hone College students have continued protesting the death of their 19-year-old colleague due to alleged poor sanitation at the institution in Lusaka. Wiseman Mwale, who was studying environmental heath,...

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Sakeni Says Govt Lacks Evidence against Banda

According to a report published by the Lusaka Times, Chief Government spokesperson Kennedy Sakeni has said that the Government is not ready to table a parliamentary motion to lift the...

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Sata Attacks HH

During a swearing in ceremony for several diplomats, including a relative of former President Kenneth Kaunda, President Michael Sata again distributed the same document he gave reporters not along ago...

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Human Rights Expert Backs Opposition Report

Zambians must congratulate the opposition political parties and civil society organizations for taking the Patriotic Front (PF) government to the Commonwealth for blatant abuse of human rights, says Professor Michelo...

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Mohan Convicted for Corruption

The Lusaka magistrate court has convicted Lusaka businessman Matthew Mohan for corruption. Lusaka High Court deputy director for operations Chilombo Chirwa, who sat as magistrate, convicted Mohan in his absence...

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African Electoral Body Praises Rupiah Banda

The Electoral Institute for Sustainable Democracy in Africa (EISA) has praised former Rupiah Banda, for the role he has played in preparing Kenya for the general elections set for March...

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Court Puts Businesswoman on Defence

The Lusaka magistrate has found a woman who stashed K3.6 billion on her body as she attempted to fly out to Dubai with a case to answer. Lusaka principal resident...

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