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T.B Joshua’s guest house collapses, killing 41

LAGOS (Reuters) – The number of people killed in the collapse of a guest house under construction at the Lagos headquarters of one of Nigeria’s best-known Christian evangelical pastors rose

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Armed robbers steal cash from Petrotech filling station

Armed robbers this morning staged a dramatic robbery and stole an undisclosed amount of money from a Petrotech filling station along Independence avenue in Kabwe. The three masked bandits armed

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WE all know PF has an upper hand in by-elections, 2016 will be different

The Opposition Alliance says the ruling Patriotic Front should not be carried away by its victories in the recent parliamentary by-elections that it will win the 2016 tripartite elections. Alliance

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More than 300 PF members defect to UPND in Itezhi-Tezhi

THE ruling PF in Itezhi-tezhi has suffered a setback following the defection of its more than 300 members to join

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Sata is sick and must not work very much, says relative and PS

A close member of President Michael Sata’s has appealed to the Head of State to cut down the amount of

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Reaping where he did not sow: Lungu grabs another position from Kabimba

Reaping where he did not sow: Lungu grabs another position from Kabimba

Defence Minister Edgar Lungu has taken over the chairmanship of the Congress of the Council of African Political Parties (CAPP) from embattled

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HH congratulates winners but says beating corrupt regime not easy

Let me start by congratulating the winners in the past by-elections that were conducted in Vubwi, Kasenengwa, Zambezi West, Solwezi

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Fr Bwalya censures Sata

Against this background we are very disappointed that in toasting by-election victories yesterday President Sata chose to describe people who voted for the Patriotic Front (PF) candidates as having, “made a clear choice against politics of hate and ill-will and have resolutely decided to vote for development.”

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