Politics

Veep Scott Confirms Spat in PF Leadership

Ceremonial Vice-President Guy Scott on Friday confirmed the “silent” but deepening differences in the PF leadership when he refused to accept he was Zambian President Michael Sata’s chola boy. Scott...

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Sata’s Ex-Press Aide Panicking Over Vigil Zimbabwe Protests In UK

Zambian President Michael Sata’s ex-deputy spokesperson Amos Chanda, now at the UK mission, is panicking over protests launched by Zimbabweans A group of Zimbabweans called Vigil Zimbabwe visited the Zambian...

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Post Owner M’membe is PF Executive Branch Member, says Amsterdam

International human rights lawyer Robert Amsterdam says Post Newspaper owner Fred M’membe is part of the PF secret executive branch pretending to fight corruption in Zambia. Amsterdam, who is representing...

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Mutati Steps Down as Parliamentary Opposition Leader

Felix Mutati, a Member of Parliament of Lunte and member of the opposition Movement for Multiparty Democracy (MMD), has resigned as leader of the opposition in the National Assembly. Mutati, who...

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Attorney General Goes After Judge Chisanga over DBZ Tribunal

Attorney General Mumba Malila today filed a record of appeal in the Supreme Court against Lusaka High Court judge Fulgence Chisanga’s order staying the decision by President Michael Sata to...

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Sata Says Zambia is Tired of Begging for Donor Dollars

President Sata says Zambia was tired of going around with a “begging bowl” from one developed country to another, as the country now has the capacity to become self-reliant and...

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Zambian Clergy Questions TIZ Silence on Corruption

Zambia’s religious leader Moses Lungu has become the latest prominent man to add his concern on the compromised stance Transparency International Zambia has taken in relations to governance in the...

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Zambia’s Western Province Separatists Appeal to United Nations

Barotseland Prime Minister Wainyae Sinyinda has urged the United Nations to step into the issue of the 1964 agreement and help resolve the Barotseland secession matter peacefully. The Barotse Royal...

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Zambia Police Detain Journalists, Torture Ivory Theft Suspect

Zambia’s state police today detained two journalists from Muvi TV and the government owned and PF controlled Times of Zambia for following up the country’s biggest ivory theft scandal. According...

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Shamenda Says State-Owned Media Should Be Independent

During a visit to the offices of the state-owned Zambia Daily Mail newspaper, Minister of Information, Broadcasting and Labour Fackson Shamenda commented yesterday that the government should endeavour to keep...

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