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As the battle for succession intensifies in the ruling PF, some senior party leaders have been accused of sponsoring students from Evelyn Hone College and University of Zambia to denounce party Secretary General Wynter Kabimba and call for his removal from the party’s chief executive position. Kabimba’s continued occupation as Secretary General as well as […]

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Zambia’s external debt has swelled to USD 2 billion and 250 million  after Zambia borrowed $750 million through a Eurobond two days ago. Ministry of Finance Acting Director for Investments and Debt Management Fortune Kamusaki told Journalists in Lusaka that the USD 750 million bond forms part of the already existing USD 1.5 billion external […]

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Former Ambassador to Libya Mulondwe Muzungu has joined the race for the Mufumbwe bye-election. Muzungu who was recalled from Libya by the MMD to contest another bye-election in Mufumbwe in 2010 lost to Elliot Kamwendo of the UPND. But now Muzungu is pushing to be adopted as a joint candidate for the MMD and UPND. […]

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Expelled Former MMD Mufumbwe MP, Steven Masumba, accrued a bill of over K80 million at Parliament Motel within last two months. Sources within the PF government told the Watchdog that Masumba accrued the huge bill on hiring  women and PF cadres that he was entertaining at the motel. Now that he is no longer an […]

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Senior PF members and financiers have blamed the sudden loss of popularity by the party on the uncontrollable influence on the president by Post Newspaper owner, Fred Mmembe, and DPP, Mutembo Nchito. Highly placed sources have told the Watchdog that the senior leaders last week told President Michael Sata and questioned him whether he owed […]

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This is Sam Mukupa, a senior member of the Ruling Patriotic Front (PF). He is tearing a draft constitution during a rally addressed by president Michael Sata in 2011. Sata is seated behind him and clapping and encouraging him. He was not arrested or charged with the offence of malicious damage to property.

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The Zambia Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) has added its voice to those who have condemned the Zambia Police Service for stopping the United Party for National Development (UPND) from going ahead with a rally in Kanyama on Sunday despite having obtained a court order. ZCTU president Leonard Hikaumba has told a media briefing in […]

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  By George Chellah Published by the Post newspaper on Mon 04 Jan. 2010, 04:01 CAT PATRIOTIC Front (PF) secretary general Wynter Kabimba has described Dr Kenneth Kaunda as a hypocrite and divisive failure who is acting for self-preservation. Commenting on Dr Kaunda’s attack on former defence minister George Mpombo that he has been barking […]

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The PF police have once again denied the opposition UPND permission to hold the long awaited mass rally at Twashuka grounds in Kanyama, Lusaka this Sunday 16th September 2012. UPND had submitted another notification for rally yesterday but police have cited security reasons this time around for cancellation of the rally. Police have also contended that […]

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First Republican President Dr. Kenneth Kaunda yesterday praised President Michael Sata’s economic policies, especially that of bringing back companies he (KK) formed. According to state owned, but PF controlled ZNBC news, Dr. Kaunda told Indeni Oil Refinery workers that President Sata was a good leader and urged them to support him. Dr Kaunda said Zambians […]

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