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Posts published in “Day: July 9, 2014

Hapunda Weaving His Way Back in the Limelight

[Zambia Reports]Disgraced former Patriotic Front Southern Province political secretary Brian Hapunda is back on the political radar trying to weave his way back to the limelight by making media statements.

Sata’s Ailment Is Not a Joke

[Zambia Reports]It has all been too easy for the handlers and supporters of President Michael Sata to lay the blame on his failing health or perception of it on the online media. It has been all an easy excuse for the people that have been tasked and p...

Angolans Seek HIV, TB Treatment in Chavuma

[Times of Zambia]AN INFLUX of Angolans has been recorded in Chavuma in North-Western Province seeking HIV/AIDS and Tuberculosis treatment among others, Chavuma District Commissioner Lawrence Kayumba has said.

Simuusa Contradicts Scott On Agriculture

[Zambia Reports]Government has continued sending mixed signals on the agriculture sector with Agriculture Minister Wilbur Simuusa contradicting Vice President Guy Scott over the selling of maize to foreign countries by farmers.

PF Cadres Demand Jobs, Contracts

[Zambia Reports]Patriotic Front cadres in the Copperbelt Province have publicly demanded that they be given priority in jobs and contracts by the ruling elite of their party as they have worked hard for it.

Crack Down On Web Pornography

[Times of Zambia]A PORNOGRAPHIC video showing a popular Lusaka musician and a female that has now gone viral on the internet is yet another sad incident that needs to be condemned strongly, especially that such videos are now becoming a norm.

Dar, Lusaka Promise to Put Tazara On Track

[Daily News]TANZANIA and Zambia have agreed to inject US$ 80 million (about 133bn/-) into the Tanzania-Zambia Railway Authority (TAZARA) in the next 12 months to turn around operations of the railway.

Sata Expected to Make South Africa Medical Trip

[Zambia Reports]President Michael Sata who celebrated his 77th Birthday on Sunday today Wednesday July 9, 2014 expected to leave for South Africa for medical attention because he is vomiting too much, a State House source has disclosed to Zambia Reports.

Tazara in U.S.$80 Million Boost

[Times of Zambia]THE Governments of Tanzania and Zambia, which are the two shareholders of the Tanzania-Zambia Railway Authority (TAZARA), have agreed to inject US $80 million into the operations of the railway firm in the next 12 months.

Tazara in U.S.$80 Million Boost

[Times of Zambia]THE Governments of Tanzania and Zambia, which are the two shareholders of the Tanzania-Zambia Railway Authority (TAZARA), have agreed to inject US $80 million into the operations of the railway firm in the next 12 months.

Political Parties to Unveil Mangango Candidates

[Times of Zambia]THE ruling Patriotic Front (PF), United Party for National Development (UPND) and MMD will today announce their adopted candidates for the Mangango Constituency by-election slated for August 19, this year.

Kabwe Soldier (34) Gets Life for Killing Wife

[Times of Zambia]A THIRTY-FOUR-YEAR-OLD Kabwe soldier has been sentenced to life imprisonment after he was found guilty of murdering his wife over a cellular phone text message she had received.

ACC Probes PF Minister

[Zambia Reports]The Anti Corruption Commission has instituted criminal investigations against Patriotic Front Mongu Central Member of Parliament Nathaniel Mubukwanu.

ZNBC Denies 60, 000 People in Southern Province World Cup Action

[Zambia Reports]Over 60, 000 households in Southern Province that depend on the Zambia National Broadcasting Corporation for service will have the misfortune of watching the remainder of the World Cup in Brazil from bars or not watch at all after the P...

Grand Coalition Ready to Support MPs Protest On Constitution

[Zambia Reports]The Grand Coalition on the Constitution says they will support planned constitution protests by the opposition Members of Parliament in the house if government remains adamant on releasing the draft constitution.

FODEP Counsels Kabimba Against Abusing Court Process

[Zambia Reports]A leading civil society organization has advised the ruling Patriotic Front not to proceed with their plan to take back the case of the opposition Members of Parliament whose right to re-contest their nullified seats was restored.