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Lozis Call off Mass Demo After Ngambela Pleads

Barotseland Prime Minister Clement Siyinda has pleaded with Lozis to call off their planned mass demonstration in Mongu today the as secessionist mount their campaign to break away from Zambia...

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PF Government Appoints More MMD Ministers

Today President Michaal Sata appointed two more members of parliament from the opposition Movement for Multiparty Democracy (MMD) as deputy ministers against the opposition party’s wish. Sata swore in MMD...

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From Behind Closed Doors, Sata Increases Attacks on Opposition

Although the President of Zambia has not spoken publicly to the media in weeks, the statements flowing from State House have increased in tone and frequency. After strongly condemning opposition...

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President Sata to Swear-In Taima, Phiri Amid Protests from MMD

Zambian President Michael Sata is tomorrow Tuesday expected to swear-in two embattled MMD members of parliament as deputy ministers. These are MMD Solwezi East Constituency Member of Parliament, Richard Taima,...

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Zambian President Sata Hides from Opposition Leader Nevers Mumba

In his continued hide-and-seek game, ailing Zambian President Michael Sata this afternoon dodged from meeting opposition leader Nevers Mumba to continue avoiding public contact. President Sata has not made any...

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President Sata Plays the Ethnic Card against Rupiah Banda

President Michael Sata has released a statement through his representatives attacking former President Rupiah Banda for allegedly seeking to arrange a coalition between the two largest opposition parties, the Movement...

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Barotseland Bans Tax Collection for Zambian Government

Barotseland activists have banned the Zambian government from collecting any form of tax in Western Province as the bid to secede heightens with the ruling Patriotic Front giving the developments...

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Hearing on Nchito/M’membe Debt Delayed Again

The controversial case of several allies of President Michael Sata appealing against a court decision requiring them to repay a K14 billion loan to the Development Bank of Zambia was...

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U.S. Academic Critical of Sata’s Performance

Robert Rotberg, a U.S. academic who serves as the President Emeritus of the World Peace Foundation of Tufts University, has published an article today arguing that President Michael Sata’s performance...

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Opposition Leader Criticizes President Sata’s ‘Secret Trips’ Abroad

The president of the Movement for Multiparty Democracy (MMD) party Nevers Mumba has issued a statement today criticizing President Michael Sata for his habit of making undisclosed trips abroad. As...

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