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Proponents of Barotseland secession write to Attorney-General

NO MORE BAROTSELAND Proponents of Self Rule- Barotseland   The Attorney-General Ministry of Legal Affairs P.O. Box 50106 LUSAKA Your Honour, EMANCIPATION OF BAROTSELAND It is beyond any doubt that our relationship (with Zambia) was intended to be based on the Barotseland Agreement 1964, but it has been rejected by the Zambian government. Considering that […]

A worker was killed on Monday at Zambia’s Lumwana copper mine run by Equinox Minerals but the company was more concerned about production and said no impact was seen on production. The company said on Tuesday: “Lumwana Mining Company regrets to announce that a fatal accident occurred at the Lumwana mine on the morning of […]

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President Rupiah Banda’s mouthpiece Dickson Jere has told Patriotic Front leader Michael Sata to learn some basic form of courtesy in communication. And Jere has told Sata to wait until he becomes president for him to rescind the decision by president Banda to write-off debts by house owners. Jere was reacting to a letter which […]

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ANTI-Voter Apathy Project (AVAP) workers employed in districts as information officers in the Southern province have not been paid for over 12 months The Zambian Watchdog has learnt. AVAP workers from districts in the province revealed that they have not received their salaries for over a year now and wondered the kind of democracy, transparency […]

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United Party for National Development (UPND) President Hakainde Hichilema has reported said two traditional leaders in the Southern province will not force or pressure him and the party to support the MMD in the forthcoming elections. According to highly placed sources within the UPND rank, Hichilema has defied the so called ultimatum and will go […]

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  Friday, January 30, 2004 Chitala implicated Dean in 1997 coup, insists Sata PATRIOTIC Front (PF) leader Michael Sata yesterday told the Lusaka High Court that Finance deputy minister Mbita Chitala informed the State on the alleged involvement of politicians Dean Mung’omba and Princess Nakatindi Wina in the 1997 coup attempt. Sata insists Mbita Chitala […]

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Former Patriotic Front secretary general Charles Chimumbwa has challenged party president Michael Sata to surrender the houses he acquired during former President Chiluba’s housing empowerment initiative. Mr Chimumbwa said Mr Sata should be sincere and honest and speak for the poor. He said Mr Sata is one of the beneficiaries of the housing empowerment scheme […]

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