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Five Die Of Cholera In Luapula

Five people in Nchelenge District of Luapula Province have died of cholera since the first case was reported in December last year. Confirming the development, Nchelenge District Director of Health,...

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Ministry of Education Promises More University Accommodations

Government says it will create 23,000 bed spaces at public universities as a way of improving the accomodation capacity at the learning institutions. Minister of Education, Science, Vocational Training and...

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UN Relocates Congolese RefugeesTo Maheba

The United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) in Zambia has relocated over 60 congolese refugees from Nchelenge in Luapula Province to Maheba in Western Province, according to a press...

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UNZASU President, Ali Tunkara, in Suicide Attempt

UNZASU president Ali Tunkara is admitted to the University Teaching Hospital (UTH) for allegedly attempting to take his own life on Thursday evening. Sources at UNZA report that Tunkara was...

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Girl, 5, and 3 Others Die in Kapiri Accident

Four people including a five-year-old girl have died on the spot on Ndola-Kapiri Mposhi Road, while two other people died in separate road traffic accidents in Chipata and Mazabuka. Police...

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Grade 9 Results Out, Pass Rate Drops

Government has released Grade Nine results showing a drop in the pass rate from the previous year’s examination results. Out of the 291,018 who sat for the examinations in 2012,...

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Hichilema Upset with PF Response to Catholic Bishops

UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema says government’s response to the issues raised by Catholic Bishops in their Pastoral letter leaves much to be desired. Speaking in an interview with Qfm news,...

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Suspects in High Profile Murder Case Released

The Lusaka magistrate has set free three suspects in the ritual murder of NIPA student Ruth Mbandu. Magistrate Betty Malupenga set the three suspects who included a clergyman after receiving...

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Lusaka Minister Criticises PF Council

Lusaka Province Minister Freedom Sikazwe has criticized the city council for the failure to provide effective service delivery to the residents. Sikazwe has said the council has contracted various companies...

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President Sata Allegedly Seeks Treatment in UK

According to an anonymous source quoted by the news website Zambian Watchdog, President Michael Sata is currently in the United Kingdom seeking medical treatment. A source within State House has...

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