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Police Arrest Former Labour Minister Liato Again

The investigative wings have former Labour Minister Austin Liato and charged him with two counts of abuse of authority of office involving boreholes and hammer mills. Joint investigations team acting...

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Deputy Minister of Mines Resigns from PF Government

Movement for Multiparty Democracy (MMD) Lumezi Member of Parliament Isaac Banda has resigned from his position as Deputy Minister of Mines, Energy and Water Development following an ultimatum given by...

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Zambia Daily Mail, GBM Jump on Fake Post Story to Attack Rupiah

The Minister of Defence Geoffrey Mwamba has joined attacks on former Republican President Rupiah Banda based on a fabricated story published by the PF-aligned Post Newspaper quoting fictious sources. Zambia...

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Zambian Opposition Leader Nevers Mumba Defends His State House Visit

MMD president Nevers Mumba has defended his storming of Sate House yesterday without making an appointment with President Michael Sata, by stating that the presidential Palace is a public institution...

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PF Government Threatens Online Media Outlet with Ultimatum

Tonight on ZNBC, the Zambian Defense Minister Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba issued an ultimatum to the popular online news website, Zambian Watchdog, giving them one week to retract a series of news...

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Wynter Kabimba Seeks to Censor Online Media

The number 2 figure in the government, Patriotic Front (PF) secretary-general Wynter Kabimba, lashed out against online publications during a press conference yesterday, and threatened possible actions to shut down...

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African Journalist Award: Zambian Minister To Investigate Visa Delay For Nigerians

The Minister in charge of Zambia’s Foreign Affairs and Tourism, Given Lubinda, has promised to investigate the sudden introduction of new visa requirements, which caused late arrival of some Nigerian...

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Patriotic Front Promises Govt Jobs for 9,000 Youths

The Patriotic Front government has announced plans to hire no fewer than 8,987 new public servants in the month of July. According to an announcement from In’nutu Mushambatwa, press officer...

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Zambia Begins Trial of Former Defence Officials

Yesterday a Zambian court opened trial in a case in which the former heads of the county’s Army and Airforce faces charges of corruption for diverting K1.5 billion. The defence...

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Spate of Road Accidents Raises Public Safety Concerns

This week eight people were killed in an accident Lundazi district of Eastern Province after a minibus collided with a truck, while three people died in Lusaka following a vehicle tyre...

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