[Global Fund]In March 2004, my husband fell ill and I decided that it was time to go for an HIV test. The results showed I had the virus, which was devastating news. But that was "then," and I am so glad to be able to tell the story of "now." I am not ...
Posts published in “Day: June 17, 2013”
[CDDR]Following a deadly shooting of protesters by officers of the Zambia National Service (ZNS) in the Kampasa area near Lusaka's main airport, the Coalition for the Defence of Democratic Rights (CDDR) is calling for a full investigation and an immedi...
[Zambia Reports]A relative to a deceased Kampasa resident who was shot by Zambia National Service (ZNS) officers has branded the Zambian military as being indisciplined.
[Zambia Reports]Lusaka minibus drivers are on Monday expected to park their buses in protest against the Road Transport and Safety Agency (RATSA) decision to frequently impound their buses.
[Zambia Reports]Zambia's World Cup dream has suffered a huge setback after being held 1-all by Sudan at their Levy Mwanawasa home ground in the Copperbelt provincial capital - Ndola.
[Commonwealth]Mmasekgoa Masire-Mwamba was received by President Michael Sata and met senior government officials, leaders of opposition political parties and civil society representatives
[Zambia Reports]This is an appeal to President Sata who is supposed to play the role of leader of the nation. I do know that he might not read the Watchdog, Daily Nation, or the Zambia Reports. But I am hopeful that someone close, someone with the free...
[Zambia Reports]Alliance for a Better Zambia (ABZ) president Father Frank Bwalya was shocked at the weaving Patriotic Front corruption that he decided to resign from ZESCO as board chairperson.
[Zambia Reports]The Foundation for Democratic Process (FODEP) has challenged President Michael Sata to break silence on human rights violation.
[Zambia Reports]Fourth Republican president Rupiah Banda was yesterday mobbed by Chipata residents in Eastern province when he stopped by the city centre during his weeklong visit to the area.
[Zambia Reports]Republican President Michael Sata personally ordered the beating up of Father Frank Bwalya during his scheduled appearance on Kitwe's Flava FM Radio, State House sources have revealed.