[Zambian Watchdog] The Media Liaison Committee (MLC) has told Information and Broadcasting Minister Chishimba Kambwili that he does not own the public media in Zambia.
Posts published in “Day: August 5, 2015”
[Zambian Watchdog] Zambia Revenue Authority (ZRA) boss Berlin Msiska is said to be about yo award a contract for bulky data analysis system his to his friends despite the money being from donors , classified information obtained by the Zambianwatchdog ...
[Zambia Reports] Following threats by information minister Chishimba Kambwili, ZNBC workers' union leader Martin Maseka has been served with suspension for advocating a petition to remove Director General Richards Mwanza.
[Zambian Watchdog] President Edgar Lungu has finally put his foot down and told Emmanuel Mwamba to take up his appointment as envoy to South Africa or he would revoke the appointment and block him from being adopted as candidate for Kasama.
[Zambia Reports] President Edgar Lungu has shed some light on the on-going constitution making process by saying the process is on course.
[Zambia Reports] For the past 10 to 15 days, one Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba has hit headlines across a variety of media - whether online or traditional outlets. His only 'sin'; defecting to the opposition United for National Development (UPND). Well, there...
[Zambia Reports] The Road Development Agency (RDA) has disclosed that about 2, 400 kilometers of roads are being worked on across the country under the Link Zambia 8000 Road Project.
[Zambia Reports] Zambian Voice executive director Chilufya Tayali has issued a public statement suggesting he has obtained a dossier detailing Agriculture minister Given Lubinda's corrupt activities at the ministry.
[Zambia Reports] ATLEAST 7,000 jobs, of which 1,000 will be direct, will be created after the Dangote Industries cement plant commissioned by President Lungu yesterday becomes fully operational.
[Zambia Reports] PATRIOTIC Front (PF) deputy secretary-general Mumbi Phiri says people "carelessly" criticising the leadership of President Lungu are sending wrong signals to the outside world.
[Zambia Reports] FINANCE minister Alexander Chikwanda's daughter, Bwalya, has withdrawn a divorce case where Lusaka lawyer Mutakela Lisimba was cited for committing adultery with her.
[Zambia Reports] Police in Lusaka are holding three Copperbelt University students for being involved in a peaceful demonstration in Kitwe town centre to demand for the reopening of the Copperbelt University.
[Independent (Lagos)] Dangote, Nigeria's largest cement maker, plans to double investment in Zambia to around $900 million by building a second cement plant, the company's vice-president said on Tuesday.