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Rupiah’s Immunity Case on Today

Fourth Republican president Rupiah Banda will know today whether he can proceed with judicial review in the controversial circumstances in which his immunity was striped by the Zambian Parliament. Out...

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MMD Youths Plan Demo over Rupiah Victimisation

Movement for Multiparty Democracy (MMD) youths will today stage a demonstration to protest the victimisation of fourth Republican president Rupiah Banda by President Michael Sata’s government. Banda is facing court...

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Gay Activist, Kasonkomona, Released

Gay rights activist Paul Kasonkomona finally has been released from custody four days after his arrest at Muvi TV for appearing to champion homosexual rights. Kasokomona appeared in court today...

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Rupiah Schools Kapeya, Derides Rule of Law Collapse

The office of the fourth republican president has reacted angrily to reasons given by information deputy minister Mwansa Kapeya for blocking Mr Rupiah Banda from travelling to Kenya to attend...

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Gay Activist Sues for Unlawful Detention

Human and gay rights activist Paul Kasonkomona has sued government for alleged unlawful detention. Through his lawyers of SNB legal practitioners, Kasonkomona is claiming damages saying he is suffering false...

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Disorganised PF Ministers Worry SACCORD

Southern Africa Centre for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes (SACCORD) says there is a breakdown of communication in the PF cabinet as evidenced by the conflicting positions between acting president...

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Edgar Lungu’s Promise for New Constitution

One of Zambia’s numerous attempts at drafting yet another constitution set off yesterday at the Mulungushi Conference Centre in Lusaka with acting President Edgar Lungu saying the people’s views will...

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Chiefs in Katete Upset with PF

Patriotic Front authorities have angered traditional leaders in Katete after the ruling party ordered Police to release only party district Officials who master-minded the rioting and looting of various shops...

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UTH’s Maternity Section in Water Crisis

The University Teaching Hospital, Zambia’s biggest referral, has yet again been hit by a wave of water crisis with an important ward B11 operating on dry taps rising fears of...

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Nevers Kicks-Off “New Hope” Tour in Eastern Province

Movement for Multiparty Democracy president Nevers Mumba has kicked off his national wide tour with Eastern Province as he spreads the party’s “New Hope” message. The former ruling party whose...

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