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 The Anti-Corruption Commission has arrested suspended Copperbelt Police Commissioner Mary Tembo for abuse of Authority of Office, ACC spokesperson Timothy Moono has revealed. According to Moono, Tembo, 53 of house No.4 Bokafu Street, in Ndola has been arrested and charged with two counts of abuse of authority of office. In the first count, it is […]

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Editor, I have been with PF since inception and I have no plan of leaving. What is very sad is that Mmembe wants to control President Sata like a robot. All problems in PF point to Mmembe and President Sata’s failure to stand up to him. PF has been hijacked by jackals and hyenas like […]

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The United Bank of Africa has denied failing to meet banking requirenments in Zambia. The bank also dismissed charges of giving employments preferences to Nigerians as was raised in the article below. The bank’s response is in the attachment to the right.   Dear Editor, Allow me to use your platform to warn fellow Zambians […]

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PRESS RELEASE 23rd October 2013 I release this statement on the eve of the 49th Anniversary day of Zambia’s attainment of Independence.  I call for the unconditional release of all political prisoners now, ahead of the 2014 jubilee year of Zambia’s Independence. Zambia’s Independence is a mockery of injustice as long as there is even […]

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United States Secretary of State John Kerry has sent best wishes to  the people of Zambia on their independence day. In a statement posted on the US Department of State website, Kerry said ‘the partnership between our nations is grounded in mutual respect and mutual responsibility. The United States applauds Zambia’s proud tradition of unity […]

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UPND president Hakainde Hichilema has blasted president Micchaqel Sata for lying that his latest pay rise was only 10 per cent. In a strong worded letter to Sata, Hichilema said Sata’s salary was actually increased by 27 per cent. Hichilema told Sata that ‘the reason for this deliberate understatement can only be attributed to your […]

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Washington – The International Monetary Fund plans to come to Zambia in January to start talks about a new loan programme for Africa’s top copper producer, the Fund said on Tuesday. The IMF said Zambia’s economy is projected to expand six percent this year as copper production increases, and inflation is now 7.1 percent year-on-year, […]

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UPND president Hakainde Hichilema says that he was not worried over threats by President Sata who has accused him of fanning or creating confusion on the Copperbelt by holding meetings in the area. He said it was important for the people of Zambia to ask President Sata why his party was losing elections instead of […]

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A series of escalating violent attacks unleashed by the ruling Patriotic Front (PF) party during the Mkaika by-election have prompted the Coalition for the Defence of Democratic Rights (CDDR) to seek international sanctions against prominent members of the Zambian government. Eyewitness reports and sources indicate to CDDR that on Sept. 4-5, a militia of PF […]

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