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Sata Booed at Lusaka Showgrounds, Fails to Tour Stands

Zambian President Michael Sata was on Saturday booed when he officiated at the annual agriculture and commercial show in Lusaka prompting security personnel to cancel a scheduled tour of stands....

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Zambian Soldiers Die in Road Carnage

Some members of a Zambia Army rescue team died on Friday evening on their mission in Central Province. There were about 13 military personnel on a track in Kapiri Mposhi’s...

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President Sata Denies Giving Himself a 100% Raise

When the news first broke on Zambian Watchdog that the Patriotic Front government ordered their Finance Minister Alexander Chikwanda to sign statutory instrument No. 17 which increased the president’s salary...

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Tragic Bus Accident Claims 11 Lives

Eleven people have died in Eastern Province after a bus they were travelling in careered off the road and overturned as the driver attempted to avoid hitting a person who...

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Mugabe Fires Official for Negative Comments on Zambia

A top government official in African dictator Robert Mugabe’s Zimbabwe leadership is fired for comments on Zambia as both countries prepare to host the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO)...

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Zambia Deports Rwandan Priest

The  Ministry of Home Affairs has deported a Rwandan Catholic priest named Fr.Viateur Banyangandora of Lundazi Parish in Eastern Province to his country of origin for violating the laws of...

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Hillary Clinton Snubs Michael Sata as Mugabe Arrives to Zambia

The U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton began a 10-day tour of African states yesterday beginning in Dakar, Senegal, where she made a speech calling on African nations to strive...

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Andeleki De-registers More NGOs and Two Churches

Chief Registrar of Societies Clement Andeleki has de-registered the Mount Zion Spiritual Church in Zambia, a church whose Bishop was arrested in connection with the killing of NIPA student Ruth...

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Zambia’s Borders to Open for 24 Hours for Tourism Conference

The upcoming United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) conference to be held in Livingstone will require border crossings to stay open 24 hours a day, the Zambian government announced. The...

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MMD MP Masumba Goes to Court to Fight Expulsion

The embattled MMD parliamentarian for Mufumbwe in North Western Province Steven Masumba has challenged his expulsion in the Zambian High Court. Masumba, who is currently appearing before subordinate courts for...

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