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MMD spent K5 billion on Kabwe convention

The ruling party MMD spent in excess of K5 billion at the just ended convention where most party officials went unopposed. Mining companies like Lumwana, KCM, Mopani ‘donated’ huge sums of money to the ruling party. The interest of the mines is to be in good books with the ruling party and make sure government […]

The Zambian of Asian origin who reported two senior police officers to the Anti corruption Commission has been detained on unspecified charges, the Watchdog has been told. Ahmed Bharuch who took Inspectors Mabvuto Nguni and Evarisato Chisanza to the ACC for soliciting and receiving K32 million was picked up Friday April 8, late evening. The […]

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President Rupiah Banda will on Saturday 9th April, 2011 travel to Chipata, Eastern province. President Banda has been frequenting Eastern province almost on a monthly basis. Of late president Banda has reduced on international trips due to huge public condemnation that he has been wasting money on foreign trips. Tomorrow, president Banda will be at […]

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United Part for National Development (UPND) youths have petitioned the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) over the nolle prosequi entered by Government in a case involving two Chinese managers from Colum Coal Mine in Sinazongwe for allegedly shooting and wounding eleven mine employees. UPND Youth Coordinator, Brian Hapunda who confirmed the development said it is […]

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Alliance for Democracy and Development (ADD) President Charles Milupi has condemned  people demanding that President Rupiah Banda should call for early elections. Speaking to Hot fm, Milupi noted that the nation is not ready for elections as most of the roads in the country are impassable due to floods and would inconvenience voters. He said […]

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Southern Africa Centre for Constructive Resolution of Disputes (SACCORD) has appealed to Zambians to safeguard their voter’s card as it is their only key to enforce change in the nation. SACCORD Information Officer Obby Chibuluma the electorate should not allow political parties to rob them of their rights, but they must ensure they choose their […]

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