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Posts published in “Day: November 10, 2014

Visit By HRH the Countess of Wessex and UK Government Minister

[PR Newswire]Lusaka, Zambia -Her Royal Highness the Countess of Wessex will visit Zambia from 10-11 November in order to represent HM Queen Elizabeth II at the State funeral of the late President of Zambia, His Excellency Mr Michael Chilufya Sata.

Zambia and Burkina Faso Compared

[Independent (Kampala)]What creates enduring political institutions that can ensure peaceful transfers of power from incumbents to new leaders?

Siulapwa Re-Appears, Rallies Edgar Lungu As Sata’s Successor

[Zambia Reports]Humphrey Siulapwa has stepped out of the political wilderness to add his voice to the Patriotic Front succession tussle by saying that late President Michael Sata had clearly indicated that he wanted Patriotic Front Secretary General Ed...

Detained Farmers Win Compensation

[Times of Zambia]THE Lusaka high court has ordered the State to pay three Monze farmers K50,000 each for detaining them in police cells without cause for 20 days.

Kazunga Calls for Social Protection in Africa

[Times of Zambia]AFRICAN countries have been urged to implement social protection interventions which will add value to social protection programmes and ultimately contribute to sustainable poverty reduction.

United Nations Honours Sata

[Times of Zambia]THE United Nations flag will tomorrow fly at half-mast worldwide in honour of late President Michael Sata.

Vote Buying Emerges

[Times of Zambia]SOME presidential hopefuls in the Patriotic Front (PF) are engaged in bribery and corruption to secure the party's candidacy for the presidential by-election.

PF Lust for Power Dangerous – Narep

[Zambia Reports]The National Restoration Party says it would have been easier to allow the Patriotic Front to hold on to power until 2016 without holding a Presidential by-election but their lust for power was a danger to the nation.

Edgar Lungu Unmoved By Parentage Schemes

[Zambia Reports]Patriotic Front Secretary General Edgar Lungu says questioning his parentage will not help his political adversaries as several former Heads of State had been subjected to the same harassment and survived it.

Kabimba Spotted On ‘Secret’ Copperbelt Tour

[Zambia Reports]The disgraced former Patriotic Front secretary general Wynter Kabimba was last week spotted on a secret Copperbelt tour despite his denial that he has been in Lusaka mourning the death of President Michael Sata since October 28.

Today’s School Exams to Go Ahead

[Times of Zambia]SECRETARY to the Cabinet Rowland Msiska has said that examinations scheduled for today will go ahead as planned.

I’m Devastated – Mpezeni

[Times of Zambia]PARAMOUNT Chief Mpezeni of the Ngoni people of Eastern Province has described the death of President Michael Sata as depressing.

Man Gets Four Years for Grocery Theft

[Times of Zambia]A MAN of Choma has been sentenced to four years imprisonment with hard labour for breaking into a shop and stealing assorted groceries valued at more than K1,000.

Remembering Sata – the Saviour He Never Was

[Zambia Reports]If there is anything President Michael Sata will be best remembered for, his campaign promises of 2011 will perhaps top the memories. Aside from the colourful politician he was, the comic character he displayed in private and at public ...

Councillors Travelling to Lusaka for Sata’s Burial

[Zambia Reports]Despite government restricting the number of people who will attend late Republican president Michael Sata's burial in Lusaka on Tuesday, PF councillors on the Copperbelt are preparing to travel.

Give Sata Befitting Send-Off

[Times of Zambia]THERE is need for Zambians to heed the appeal by the Government not to flock to Lusaka for the burial of President Michael Sata.

Man Dies in Car Clash

[Times of Zambia]A FORTY-THREE-YEAR-OLD man has died after the vehicle he was driving went through a road barricade and plunged into a bridge under construction along the Kitwe-Chingola Road.

Perils of a Woman’s Dungeon

[Times of Zambia]LAZZO was perched on a stool by the counter at the watering facing the entrance when his mentor entered.

Way to Go Janza!

[Times of Zambia]THE inclusion of promising talent like Lubambo Musonda, Spencer Sautu, Changwe Kalale and Patrick Ngoma in the Chipolopolo squad to do battle in the two crucial 2015 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifiers is the way to go.