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Follow Right Procedure on Removal of Subsidies – Prof Saasa

Lusaka based economist Oliver Saasa says the issue of fuel and maize subsidies is a governance issue that needs a proper balanced revenue and expenditure if the majority Zambians are...

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Musokotwane Defends MMD’s Economic Polices

Former Finance Minister under the Movement for Multiparty Democracy (MMD) regime, Situmbeko Musokotwane has refuted assertions suggesting that Zambia’s economic performance was poor under the MMD government. Dr. Musokotwane was...

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Sata Calls Emergency Cabinet Meeting

President Michael Sata this morning convened the equivalent of an emergency meeting of the entire cabinet to address the pressure emerging from the removal of fuel and mealie meal subsidies....

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Prosecutor Drags Feet on Murder Case

The Director of Public Prosecutions has continued to drag its feet on the case involving murdered NIPA student Ruth Mbandu. The case came up for hearing but was once again...

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Opposition Must Stay Strong – Mucheleka

Lubasenshi Independent Member of Parliament Patrick Mucheleka says the opposition in Zambia will have to be strong to withstand the constant harassment by the Patriotic Front government. Mucheleka said the...

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Sata Calls Catholic Priest Fr Bwalya a Thief

President Micheal Sata yesterday used derogatory remarks to call popular Catholic priest Father Frank Bwalya a thief saying he was a Fr Sakalanyongo [Fr Thief]. In what President Sata displayed...

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Church Condemns PF Induced By-Elections

The Church in the country has condemned in the strongest terms the continued resignations of Members of Parliament defecting to the ruling Patriotic Front. Speaking on behalf of all the...

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Muhabi Lungu fears Imminent Food Riots

Opposition Movement for Multi Party Democracy presidential spokesperson Muhabi Lungu says there could be a recurrence of the 1986 food riots if President Michael Sata does not reverse the removal...

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Forget Your 7-Day Subsidy Ultimatum, Kabimba tells CSOs

Justice minister Wynter Kabimba says government will not meet the seven day ultimatum by 11 civil society organizations to reverse the removal of fuel and maize subsidies that has triggered...

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Multichoice Zambia Top Executives Die in Chibombo Accident

Two top pay television service Multichoice Zambia executives are among the people that died in the latest Chibombo road accident that occurred last evening adding to a spate of recent...

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