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Police Arrest Nine Looters in Mumbwa

Nine people who include two females of Mukulaikwa area of Shibuyunji district have been arrested for looting a truck carrying relief seed meant for distribution to farmers affected by army...

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Cholera Death Toll Rise to 3

Three people have died following the outbreak of Cholera in Luapula province. Enock Kunda, 17, died on Tuesday night at Mambilima Mission Hospital where 36 patients were admitted. ZNBC reports...

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PF Sends Cadres to Remove Nevers Mumba

A group of PF hooligans disguised as MMD cadres this morning stormed the party secretariat demanding the removal of party president Nevers Mumba in President Michael Sata’s continued attempts to...

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Public Order Act is Shameful, says Ntewewe

A youth activist in Zambia says the Public Order Act supported by President Michael Sata is a shameful piece of legislation that should be repealed from the country’s laws. Andrew...

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Teen Dumps Baby in Pit Latrine

Police in Lusaka have arrested a woman of Lusaka’s Ng’ombe for dumping New Year’s most treasured gift – a baby – into a pit latrine. Josephine Mbulo, 17, of 35/18...

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India Nabs Zambian Woman for Drugs

A woman carrying a Zambian passport has been arrested in India for trafficking in 41.5kgs of psychotropic substance worth US$510,000 (more than KR2.5 million) just before she boarded a plane...

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Local Authority Drags Church to Court

The United Church of Zambia whose roof collapsed on New Year’s Day and killed one worshipper had no partial occupation certificate as required by the Lusaka City Council (LCC), the...

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Mweetwa Backs TIZ on Corruption Fight

African Parliamentarian Network Against Corruption (APNAC) Zambia chairperson Cornelius Mweetwa is calling on the PF government to free all agencies responsible for fighting corruption from political interference. Mweetwa, the UPND...

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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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