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Kabimba and Mmembe behind Lungu’s fake face book account-Kambwili

Youth and Sports Minister Chishimba Kambwili has accused former Patriotic Front Secretary General Wynter Kabimba and Post Newspaper proprietor Fred Mmembe of being behind the face book account on Edgar

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ACC not satisfied with Kapoko’s acquittal, will appeal

PRESS RELEASE ACC PONDERS APPEALING KAPOKO’S ACQUITTAL JUDGEMENT The Anti-Corruption Commission has begun studying the judgment delivered by the Subordinate Court with the view to appeal the matter in which

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PF wrote off M’membe’s ZRA deft accumulated during Mwanawasa regime

The Post Newspaper, currently embroiled in tax defaults of up to K27 million in unpaid taxes, may have also enjoyed a K16 million Zambia Revenue Authority (ZRA) debt write-off in

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ACC won’t investigate Shamenda, Dangote corruption

The Anti- Corruption Commission (ACC) says it has not instituted investigations into the complaints by labour minister Fackson Shamenda that

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ACC arrests L/stone town clerk for abuse of office

The Anti-Corruption Commission has arrested the Livingstone Town Clerk for abuse of authority of office involving over K 750, 000.Vivien

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Mmembe accuses PF leaders of forgetting the role the paper played for their victory

Today’s Post newspaper editorial In life, we are advised not to burn bridges. But there are many temptations in life

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Bishop Mambo accuses people surrounding Sata of being cruel, as Sata expected to address the UN assembly

Former Church of God Overseer Bishop John Mambo has doubted genuineness in the people surrounding President Michael Sata. And the

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SACCORD Reflections on President Sata’s Speech to Parliament

We would like to register our deepest disappointment with the way journalists from most private media institutions were treated by parliament. We condemn in the strongest terms the denial by parliament to private media organisation journalists to cover the presidential address from parliament as the practice has been always. Parliament which is supposed to be in the forefront of protecting laws that it makes should not engage in actions that seek to promote or protect political interests of those in power

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