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30 Cholera Cases Hit Zambia

Cholera has broken out in northern Zambia this week, with at least 30 cases recorded in the past three days, a health official said Wednesday. “We have so far 30...

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Zambia Threatens Online Journalists

The Zambian government warned on Wednesday that it would this year prosecute authors of online publications who circulate what it termed “defamatory and treasonable” articles, state radio has reported. Home...

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Six Die In New Year Festivities

Six people died in separate road traffic accidents during the New Year holidays beginning 06:00 hours 31st December 2012 to 2nd January 2013, 06:00 hours as compared to 2011/12 during...

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ZAWA Offices Still Sealed Off

The Zambia Wildlife Authority (ZAWA) headquarters in Chilanga district remains sealed off by Police following the firings of four top officials accused of corruption. Tourism and Arts Minister Sylvia Masebo...

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MMD is Intact, says Dora Siliya

Zambian opposition MMD spokesperson Dora Siliya says the party was intact and dismissed media reports that its general membership had passed a vote of no confidence in the Nevers Mumba...

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New Year Celebrations Claim 6 Lives

Festive fatalities in Zambia record six deaths resulting from road traffic accident. Police spokesperson Elizabeth Kanjela says six people died in separate road traffic accidents during the New Year holidays....

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Another Taxi Driver Killed in Zambia

Police in Central Province have arrested two people on allegations of murdering a taxi driver in Kabwe. It is believed that Julius Nachinga, 32, of Lusaka’s Kanyama and 28-year-old Elota...

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Human Rights in Zambia Still Worrying

The Human Rights Commission says Zambia is still faced with serious challenges regarding the enjoyment of civil and political rights. Commission spokesperson Samuel Kasankha says it is unfortunate that some...

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Zambians Must Unite, says Chief Madzimawe

Traditional leaders’ representative in Zambia, Chief Madzimawe, is calling on politicians in the country to unite. Chief Madzimawe, the leader in the House of Chiefs, said politicians must unite to...

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Church Vows to Fight for Human Rights

The Evangelical Fellowship of Zambia (EFZ) says the church will not rest until fundamental freedoms of citizens are upheld. Speaking in an interview with Qfm news, EFZ executive director Pukuta...

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