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Media should operate freely-Mulongoti

Former Works and Supply Minister Mike Mulongoti says there is need for the media to operate freely if they are to succeed in their quest to inform and educate the public. Mulongoti, who is also a former Minister of Information, noted that the media have the power to help develop the nation and boost the […]

Patriotic Front Secretary (PF) General Wnyter Kabimba has urged the electorate to utilize the voter verification period and ensure their details are correct to enable them to exercise their democratic right when polling begins. Kabimba commended the Electoral Commission of Zambia (ECZ) for coming up with the exercise as it will broaden the spectrum of […]

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Citizens Forum Executive Director Simon Kabanda has appealed to political parties to prioritize the constitution making process and take it seriously as it has become an election issue. Kabanda said politicians should ensure a new constitution that is in line with the Mungomba draft constitution enacted as soon as possible. He urged aspiring candidates in […]

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President Rupiah Banda Sunday left for Livingstone for a one-day working visit. A statement form State House says while in Livingstone, the President will also officiate at a dinner to mark the 10th anniversary of Sun International Hotels which owns Royal Livingstone Hotel and Zambezi Sun Hotel. The statement emphasised that the President will return […]

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Britain’s Department for International Development Zambia office  has been accused of sponsoring the opposition and undermining the Zambian government. A progovernment group called Committee of Citzens says the DFiD is channeling its huge financial support to the opposition Patriotic Front through the Post newspaper, a private daily newspaper. “The DfiD is using the Press Freedom […]

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No amount of negative publicity the MMD government and their proxy are carrying on public and government controlled media against the Patriotic Front and its leadership will not stop the demand for the change of leadership, says Michael Sata. And Sata says UPND president Hakainde Hichilema wants old people to retire because he stole money […]

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The Foundation for Democratic Process (FODEP) has condemned the statement attributed to Veteran politician Sikota Wina in the public media that Lozi people are very complicated to vote for opposition Patriotic Front leader Michael Sata. FODEP president Alex Ng’oma has told QFM in an exclusive interview that it is surprising that Mr. Wina could utter […]

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ALL Peoples Congress Party (APC) says Hakainde Hichilema must be given chance to take the leadership of Zambia if the country is to experience real economic progress. And UPND president Hakainde  Hichilema has told Kabwe residents that voting for old, tired leaders who were in government even in the 1950s will not develop Zambia. Addressing […]

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National Democratic Focus (NDF) President Ben Mwila says his party will participate in the forthcoming general elections as it is still popular in the country. Mwila said NDF is ready for elections and sure of victory as it is focusing on the main issues on the ground as it campaigns. He further advised Zambians to […]

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