[Zambia Reports]More than half of the members of Cabinet known as ministers - the top most body charged with the responsibility of government operations - have asked Acting President Guy Scott to quit his position because his continue stay at the helm of the country was threatening the peace and stability of Zambia.
[Zambia Reports]Emmanuel Mwamba, a senior Zambian journalists aligned to activities in the Patriotic Front, has alleged that the newly formed Rainbow Party by former Wynter Kabimba carries formal symbols and colours of homosexuality groups worldwide popularly known as gays, lesbians and transgenders.
[MISA]The Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) Zambia is calling on all political parties not to beat journalists and refrain from acts of censorship because an independent media is key to free and fair elections.
[Times of Zambia]THE Lusaka High Court has stayed a ruling in which it removed Acting President Guy Scott and Justice and Defence Minister Edgar Lungu from the proceedings in which a Lusaka politician Newton Ng'uni sued them with Attorney General Musa Mwenye over the transfer of Presidential instruments of power.
[Times of Zambia]THE Patriotic Front (PF) central committee has warned that it will expel Acting President Guy Scott if he does not withdraw the letter he wrote to acting Chief Justice Lombe Chibesakunda instructing her not to receive Edgar Lungu's nomination.