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Mpombo hints at why he resigned, implicates president Banda

Expelled Kafulafuta Member of Parliament (MP) George Mpombo says President Rupiah Banda risks being dragged to court if a new Government is ushered into office. Mpombo said President Banda will surely face the wrath of the law as he is running Government without regards for certain set regulations. He said it is sad to note […]

A SCHEME has surfaced in which Patriotic Front (PF) president Michael Sata is dangling the republican vice-presidency to the Lozi people of Western Province as a way of gaining electoral favour when he has reserved the position for a fellow tribesman who has heavily financed the party, according to the Zambia Daily Mail. But the […]

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Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) Director-general Godfrey Kayukwa has demanded that the two senior Zambia police investigators who have been arrested for soliciting bribes from a person they were investigating be suspended. Chief Inspector Mabvuto Nguni and Chief Inspector Evarisato Chisanza both investigators in the Zambia police service were arrested by the ACC two weeks ago for […]

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New Generation Party (NGP) President Humphrey Siulapwa has urged youths in the country to take up leadership positions as the nation goes to the polls this year. In an interview with Hot fm, Siulapwa said youths should ensure they participate in the elections as it is the only way to oust recycled leaders. He charged […]

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Alliance for Democracy and Development (ADD) has challenged the MMD to tell the nation what it has done in the past 20 years. ADD Secretary General Stafford Lizu said on radio Phoenix that it is fraudulent for the ruling party to think they will scoop this years elections outrightly as they have failed to serve […]

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The United Party for National Development (UPND) President Hakainde Hichilema has described the move by President Rupiah Banda to write off debts for tenants in mining houses on the Copperbelt as mere politicking. Hichilema charged that the Movement for Multi-party Democracy (MMD) is fond of enticing the electorate prior to elections, adding that there is […]

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