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Posts published in “Day: April 12, 2013

UTH’s Maternity Section In Water Crisis

[Zambia Reports]The University Teaching Hospital, Zambia's biggest referral, has yet again been hit by a wave of water crisis with an important ward B11 operating on dry taps rising fears of an outbreak of diseases.

Roy Clark Condemns Arrest Of Gay Activist

[Zambia Reports]Paul Kasokomona featuring on Muvi TV's The Assignment programme on Sunday before he was arrested by police for defending gay rights.

Hichilema Condemns Harassment Of Rupiah

[Zambia Reports]United Party for National Development leader Hakainde Hichilema has condemned the move to block former President Rupiah Banda from travelling to Kenya to attend the inauguration of new leader Uhuru Kenyatta.

Kenya Acknowledges Rupiah At Uhuru’s Ceremony

[Zambia Reports]Former Republican President Rupiah Banda was recognised as one of the dignitaries invited to grace the inauguration of Kenya's new leader Uhuru Kenyatta at Kasarani Stadium despite being blocked from travelling for the event.

Mutesa, Nevers Praise Sata On Mutati’s UN Bid

[Zambia Reports]Opposition Zambians for Empowerment and Development (ZED) and MMD's Nevers Mumba have both welcomed President Michael Sata's decision to endorse MMD Lunte Member of Parliament Felix Mutati's candidature as the next Secretary General of ...

Ruling Party Wants To End Debate On Gay Rights

[Zambia Reports]Since the arrest earlier this week of the Zambian gay rights activist Paul Kasonkomona, a raging debate over the issue has taken over the country, with a number of officials from the ruling Patriotic Front party issuing improvised and o...

Rupiah Schools Kapeya, Derides Rule Of Law Collapse

[Zambia Reports]The office of the fourth republican president has reacted angrily to reasons given by information deputy minister Mwansa Kapeya for blocking Mr Rupiah Banda from travelling to Kenya to attend the inauguration ceremony of Uhuru Kenyatta.

Banda – A Zambian Lesson

[Vanguard]NIGERIAN authorities applaud themselves about fight against corruption. What has kept matters at the noise level is the exclusion of the high and mighty from prosecution. In Zambia it is different.

Fred M’membe And Consistency

[Zambia Reports]Fred M'membe yesterday procured a comment from one of his usual 'sources' condemning our party president Hakainde Hichilema over his (HH) 'change' of stance on Rupiah Banda.

Maamba To Borrow U.S.$550 For Zambian Core Plant

[Zambia Reports]Maamba Collieries Ltd., the Nava Bharat Singapore Pte Ltd. unit building Zambia's first coal- fired power plant in 50 years, hopes to complete $550 million in debt financing by August, its chief financial officer said.

NGOCC Demands Clear Roadmap On Constitution

[Zambia Reports]Non Governmental Organising Committee (NGOCC) says a clear roadmap is needed on the constitution making process with Movement for Multiparty Democracy treasurer Mwansa Mbulakulima describing the on-going national convention as vague.

Gay Activist, Kasonkomona, Released

[Zambia Reports]Gay rights activist Paul Kasonkomona finally has been released from custody four days after his arrest at Muvi TV for appearing to champion homosexual rights.