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Posts published in “Day: May 9, 2013

Govt Transforms DPP

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has transformed the Directorate of Public Prosecutions (DPP) into an independent National Prosecution Authority (NPA), which targets to create more than 1,700 jobs countrywide when fully functional.

Mampi Explains ‘Walilowelela’

[The Herald]Zambian pop sensation Mampi says "Walilowelela" is a love song that talks about a beautiful woman or girl who appreciates the love she gets from her lover.

President Sata to Sacrifice Nephew Miles Sampa

[Zambia Reports]President Michael Sata is planning to sacrifice his nephew Miles Sampa at the Ministry of Finance where the Matero member of parliament is deputy minister to pacify a feud with his senior Alexander Chikwanda and permanent secretary Feli...

Bailiffs Pounce On Banda’s Campaign Aide

[Zambia Reports]Court bailiffs on Wednesday May 8, 2013 pounced on Dr. Martin Mtonga and siezed various household property to recover an undisclosed amount of money over a loan obtained from a local financial organisation.

DPP Failing to Run His Office – Magistrate

[Zambia Reports]The Lusaka Magistrate Court has moved to instruct the Director of Public Prosecutions Mutembo Nchito to show direction on the numerous cases he is pursuing before the courts of law.

Angola and Zambia Analyse Transport Projects

[ANGOP]Luanda -The ministers of Transport of Angola, Augusto Tomás da Silva, ando f Zambia, Christopher Yaluma Bwala, analysed on Tuesday in Lusaka, the implementation of bilateral cooperation projects in the sector, with highlight to the one that will permit the fluvial mobility of Xangongo and Rivungo, until the common border in the Angolan southern Kuando Kubango province.

CSO Chides PF for Millenium Goals Failure

[Zambia Reports]Civil Society Organizations says it is shocking that Zambia will not meet the Millenium Development Goals despite have raised so much dust about the 2015 target.

The Opposition VS PF

[Zambia Reports]It is worrying that the opposition want to continue being fragmented as both the Movement for Multi-Party Democracy, MMD, and the United Party for National Development, UPND, as well as other smaller parties all want to field individual...