Politics

Former President Rupiah Banda Mourns Passing of Betty Kaunda

The office for former President Rupiah Banda has issued a press statement mourning the passing of former First Lady Mama Betty Kaunda, describing the event as “a sad chapter in...

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President Sata Sends More Troops to Sort Out Lozis in Barotseland

President Michael Sata has sent more troops to Mongu following a 21-day ultimatum Barotse National Youths issued recently for the Zambian government to withdrawal its administration as secessionist intensify their...

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FODEP Accuses Zambia Police of Insincerity over UPND Permits

A Zambian Non-governmental Organisation monitoring democracy and good governance, FODEP, has accused the country’s police service of insincerity with the reasons they are giving opposition UPND for denying their public...

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Chuumbwe Welcomes Takeover of PF by Kabimba

The moves to maintain Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba as the ruling party’s Chief Executive Officer are a clear indication that PF leadership is preparing the new State Counsel for the takeover. This...

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Kabimba, GBM Power Struggle for PF President Getting Dirty

Four groups are emerging in the battle for power in the Patriotic Front as the leadership split in the ruling party deepens with President Michael Sata showing no signs of...

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Barotseland Holds ‘Dark Corner’ Meeting

Activists for the secession of Barotseland held ‘dark corner’ meetings on Friday to strategise the 21-day ultimatum Lozi youths have given President Michael Sata to withdraw government administration from Western...

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Barotse Youths Give President Sata 21-Day Ultimatum to Vacate Western Province

Zambian President Michael Sata has been issued with a 21-day ultimatum to vacate Barotseland by the youth league of the secessionists in the country’s Western Province as tension increate. According...

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Human Rights Group Slams PF Over Blocked Rally

The Zambia Human Rights Commission has expressed concern that the country’s democratic record is quickly being damaged by the ruling Patriotic Front. Director Enock Mulembe told journalists in Lusaka that...

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Malupenga Blames Opposition for His Own Problems at UNZA Radio

Zambian ruling party’s Patriotic Front top journalist cadre Amos Malupenga is now blaming some opposition leaders in the country of hijacking the issue of the reduction in the transmission radius...

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University Students Protest Government Censorship of Radio Station

University of Zambia (UNZA) students have taken to the streets to demonstrate against the government’s decision to restrict the broadcasting permit to the campus radius. The decision to drastically reduce...

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