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A witness in the Tribunal investigating allegations of professional misconduct against Tourism Minister Sylvia Masebo has testified that the tendering process for the hunting concession cancelled by Ms Masebo was transparent and above board – perfect. James Milanzi a former Chairman of the Evaluation Committee told the tribunal that officers from the office of the […]

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Ceremonial Vice President, Guy Scott, has defended his wife, Charlotte’s inclusion on the Zambia Wildlife Authority (ZAWA) Board, saying she is committed to service delivery contrary to assertions of soliciting funds. And Scott has supported president Dr Scott says his wife is merely a volunteer and she gets no remuneration sitting as a Chairperson on […]

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The internal fights within the chaotic PF cabinet over the proposed mining in Lower Zambezi National park has continued with Tourism and Arts Minister Silvia Masebo maintaining the she will continue defending tourism in Zambia as it was key to the development of the tourism industry in the country. Posting on her Facebook page this […]

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It is an insult for president Michael Sata to tell youths to contribute to National development when his government has failed to give them means, says the Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection (JCTR). JCTR director Fr Leonard Chiti says the statement by Sata is provocative to youths and a mockery to the young people. Fr […]

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Lusaka Magistrate Joshua Banda has convicted and sentenced Andrew Banda, the son to former president Rupiah Banda, to two years imprisonment with hard labour for soliciting money from Fratolli Locci. In his ruling today, magistrate Banda said the prosecution team proved that Mr. Banda solicited for a 2 percent as payment for all road contracts […]

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PF cadres this morning invaded the UPND campaign camp at Shaka’s kraal and hailed insults at UPND candidate Jonas Shakafuswa, they also beat up a freelance journalist who was seen taking pictures of the invasion. The thugs arrived at 09:30 hrs and started to rough up some UPND supporters while police from Kabangwe and Kabwe […]

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Ailing dictator Michael Sata Tuesday afternoon again abused state resources when he ordered Zambia Air Force (ZAF) soldiers to hover around in choppers and take aerial photos of opposition UPND president Hakainde Hichilema’s farms in various parts of the country.And disgraced Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Mutembo Nchito the same day entered another nolle prosequi in […]

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Police in Lusaka this morning again summoned former Defence minister Geoffrey Mwamba’s daughter Sibongile for questioning. Police questioned Sibongile last week in connection with the Zesco tender to supply poles. This is just one of the many schemes aimed at  harassing Mwamba for resigning from the PF regime. Sibongile who was accompanied by her Lawyers […]

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As expected, President Michael Sata on Friday January 31, 2014 whilst attending the African Union Summit in Addis-Ababba Ethiopia slapped South African President Jacob Zuma for shaving his hair. According to intelligence and diplomatic sources, Sata walked to Zuma unleashed a slap and asked “Why do you shave your hair” “It was very embarrassing President […]

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Information has since emerged that while some members of the opposition political parties actually mean well in forging an opposition alliance ahead of 2016 elections, Fred Mumembe and his cartel have suddenly jumped on the bandwagon but with a totally different mission. Sources have disclosed that the cartel of Fred Mmembe, Mutembo Nchito, and their […]

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