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After exposure that dictator Michael Sata has fired Judith Kapinjimpaga despite heavily campaigning for him, manoeuvres are underway to give her back her job. Senior intelligence officials have disclosed that the article published by the Watchdog has serious effect on the PF continued trick of appointing opposition MPS to its bloated government. OP officials explained […]

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BY DAVID GLEASON (Business Day) MINING in Africa has its drawbacks, irrespective, it seems, of the country involved. After the disaster that accompanied the partial nationalisation of the copper mines in Zambia and that country’s return to commercial sanity, however reluctantly, it would be reasonable to presume that those running the mines wouldn’t have to keep […]

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Dear Editor The happenings at ZAWA Mfuwe leaves a lot to be desired. Recently, some officers who were on an undercover assignment hired a taxi in order to conduct a covert operation involving Ivory. The taxi was hired with the approval of the ZAWA Mfuwe management and monies were paid by the regional accounts office […]

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In addition, we will fully support and stand with our government when they represent the will of the people and when they make progressive efforts to protect the interests of the majority of its citizenry.

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By Professor Mwiine Lubemba- Last week Miles Sampa, the Deputy Minister of Finance announced the following strategic national economic development policies among many others:- Government is in a hurry to develop, so it’ll borrow because current debt is only 30% GDP which leaves much room for additional borrowing up to say 45%GDP. Interest in Zambia’s […]

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Ceremonial vice President, Guy Scott, is expected to arrive in Nairobi on Monday to attend the inauguration of Kenya’s fourth President, Uhuru Kenyatta, on Tuesday April 9, 2013. Scott is scheduled to arrive at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport around 17.00 hours local time. Zambia’s High Commissioner to Kenya, Mary Zambezi, confirmed when she briefed the […]

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Tension has mounted among the Lozis of Western Province following the announcement of the Kuomboka ceremony of the Lozi people slated for April 20. Reports from Mongu say that people were not ready for the ceremony, and could not celebrate when there are many issues that remained unresolved, such the breaking away from Zambia And […]

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Boxer Michael Norgrove has died several days after collapsing in the ring, the British Board of Boxing Control (BBBC) has confirmed. The 31-year-old Zambian light-middleweight, who was based in London, collapsed on 31 March. He was treated for bleeding on the brain following the bout against Sedgley’s Tom Bowen at The Ring in Blackfriars, south […]

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By Dante Saunders Although I salute the opposition United Party for National Development for deciding to take party in the forthcoming parliamentary by-election in Lukulu West and Kapirimposhi, I doubt whether or not the elections will be free and fair. I hold this position because the Electoral Commission of Zambia has not provided a level […]

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The consequences of mob influence when making political choices and decisions can have serious devastating ramifications. Zambia today stands nearly isolated in the region and no self respecting leader is interested to come to Zambia. Perhaps President Robert Mugabe be-known of what was happening in Zambia at the time came by mistake and possibility that […]

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