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Malawi Judge Promises Fair Tribunal in Zambia

Malawi High Court judge Lovemore Chikopa has promised a fair and balanced hearing for the three suspended Zambian judges. Judge Chikopa said: “I have made that my hallmark ever since...

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PF Sends Cadres to Sudan for Study

The Patriotic Front has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Sudan’s ruling National Congress Party, which will see PF cadres being offered scholarships to study at that country’s African International...

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Andrew Banda Cooperating with Task Force

Zambia’s Deputy High Commissioner to India Andrew Banda has said that he plans to remain in Zambia until the investigative wings are satisfied that their questions have been answered. In...

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Villagers Discover Explosives in Barotseland

A Bomb believed to a landmine has been discovered by villagers of Kalabo a few inches from a residential building and have reported the matter to police. But Western Province...

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Widows of Chiluba and Mwanawasa Reflect on the Past

Former President Frederick Chiluba’s widow, Regina, says she at times felt left out of the former president’s life because of his voracious reading habit. And third republican president Levy Mwanawasa’s...

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Zambian Foreign Minister Pledges ‘One-China’ Policy

Foreign Affairs minister Given Lubinda says President Michael Sata and the Zambian government will firmly adhere to the One-China policy. Lubinda was speaking in China when he met Chinese Foreign Minister Yang...

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Chikwanda: PF Govt Aims to Serve Public, Not Amass Wealth

Finance minister Alexander Chikwanda says the PF is not a government for those who want to amass wealth. Speaking in Kasama yesterday, CHikwanda said those who are in government for...

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Andrew Banda Questioned by Police

Former President Rupiah Banda’s son Andrew today presented himself to police investigators for questioning, only a few days following his detention at the Kenneth Kaunda airport.  Police allege they are...

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Chinese Contractor Murdered in Zambia

On Monday a Chinese contractor was killed in a gruesome murder at his home in Lusaka.  The unknown assailants, who attacked the victim with an axe, were believed to have...

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On May Day, President Sata Promises to Review Minimum Wage

President Michael Sata has announced that the government shall begin reviewing Statutory Instruments on minimum wages and conditions of employment, coinciding with Labour Day commemoration today. He said despite the country...

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