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Posts published in “Day: January 2, 2014

Picture – Happy Panga Free 2014

[Zambia Reports]As we wake up to join the rest of the world in celebrating a brand New Year - 2014, we at Zambia Reports wish our readers, followers, fans, friends and supporters a panga free 2014. Let our political differences be issue based.

Six GBM Supporters Expected Back in Court

[Zambia Reports]Six Patriotic Front cadres who are accused of disrupting a PF provincial meeting called to prepare Miles Sampa's visit to Kasama last Thursday are today expected to appear before Kasama Magistrate Kelvin Soma for mention. The six appear...

Flashback – President Sata’s New Year Message to Rupiah

[Zambia Reports]Exactly three years ago on Friday, then opposition Patriotic Front (PF) leader Michael Sata - now Republican President - wrote his predecessor Rupiah Banda a New Year's message expressing gratitude for the treatment of his wife Dr Chris...

Pressure Mounts On Sata Over Constitution

[Zambia Reports]Pressure is mounting on President Michael Sata over the Technical Committee's decision to bow to the Head of State's directive to hand over the draft constitution to State House only.

Technical Committee On Constitution Has No Balls, Says Dr Canisius Banda

[Zambia Reports]Opposition UPND Vice President Canisius Banda says the Technical Committee has committed the ultimate act of sacrilege against the Zambian people by being coerced into handing over the draft constitution to President Michael Sata alone ...

Kasama Fuel Shortage Hits Three Months

[Zambia Reports]The shortage of petrol in Kasama has persisted for more than three months and residents are now calling on Government to urgently find a lasting solution to the problem.

Plan for Demos On Constitution Gain Momentum

[Zambia Reports]Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) have threatened to hold mass demonstrations to press for Government to release the final draft Constitution by tomorrow.

Miles Sampa Declares War With Zambian Watchdog

[Zambia Reports]Commerce deputy minister Miles Sampa has said he is not impressed with some online media outlets that allegedly publish slanderous articles and he will take legal action against some of them.