[Zambia Reports]As we celebrate our 50th independence, I would like to point us to the harsh treatment we have placed on our mother land and the criticism we make of her economic, political and social achievements. In the last 50 years, we have critici...
Posts published in “Day: October 21, 2014”
[Zambia Reports]The following press release was distributed by the British High Commission to Zambia:
[Zambia Reports]Vice President Dr Guy Scott has given the biggest indication that President Michael Sata will miss Friday's jubilee celebrations as he will still be away receiving medical treatment.
[Zambia Reports]President Michael Sata was admitted to the Harley Street Clinic in London early this morning at 9:30AM local time, a well placed source tells Zambia Reports.
[Zambia Reports]A 50 year old man of Lisila Village in Western Province has been arrested for defiling his 15 year old granddaughter.
[Zambia Reports]The Patriotic Front's rough reputation with the media took another hit today as Lusaka Province Women's Chairperson Maggie Mumba attacked members of the press, claiming that they were "conniving with certain individuals" to black out to...
[Zambia Reports]A State House source has appealed to Zambians to continue praying for Michael Sata because the president "was a very sick man" at the time he left for medical treatment abroad on Sunday night.
[Zambia Reports]Finance Minister Alexander Chikwanda says it is not possible to reverse the wage freeze given the strained budgetary situation of government.
[Zambia Reports]Opposition United Party for National Development Hakainde Hichilema has wished President Michael Sata a quick recovery after the Head of State left for medical treatment abroad.
[Zambia Reports]MMD Kasenengwa member of Parliament (MP) Victoria Kalima has joined calls for former President Rupiah Banda to come back to active politics, adding that he is a better leader than party president Nevers Mumba.
[Zambia Reports]In response to growing criticism, Patriotic Front Secretary General Edgar Lungu has defended the K29 million budgetary allocation to the constitution making process, saying it is a sign of commitment by government.
[Zambia Reports]The Lusaka Magistrates Court has set December 26 as the date for judgment in the case in which former Zambia Railways chief executive Professor Clive Chirwa is facing corruption charges.
[Zambia Reports]University of Zambia (UNZA) students are planning protests in order to compel government to respond to the needs of learners.
[Zambia Reports]Some people in senior Chieftainess Nkomeshya's area have complained against increased political activities at the Chakwela Makumbi traditional ceremony.
[Times of Zambia]GAME Stores Zambia, frontline manager, Tendai Mhango has told the court that she was shocked to hear that Game Stores manager, Maduramuthoo Mare Palan was sexually abusing a female employee by reaching under the skirt to touch her thighs.
[Times of Zambia]A CHILILABOMBWE man has died after consuming six bottles of brandy.
[Times of Zambia]SOME opposition political parties have confirmed their participation in Jubilee celebrations slated for this Friday.
[Times of Zambia]A WILDLIFE expert has called for increased educational campaigns on the preservation of Rhinos to save the animals from extinction.
[Times of Zambia]SOME Mindolo North residents, who were not part of the group that was at the transit site after their houses were demolished, have appealed to Kitwe City Council (KCC) and the Government to also offer them alternative plots.
[Times of Zambia]FOOTBALL Association of Zambia (FAZ) executive committee member Lenny Nkhuwa's husband, Enock, is dead.