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Posts published in “Day: September 8, 2015

UPND Accuse PF of Stage Managing ‘Vote-Buying Cadre’

[Zambia Reports] The opposition UPND is accusing the ruling Patriotic Front and its deputy campaign manager in Lubansenshi Fr Frank Bwalya of stage managing the arrest of a UPND cadre found collecting National Registration Cards and voter's cards.

Crime Levels On the Rise

[Zambia Reports] The Zambia police have recorded an increase in crime levels in the second quarter of the 2015.

Glencore Announces Zambia, DRC Pull Out

[Zambia Reports] The turmoil in the mining sector is not slowing down with Glencore announcing that it will suspend production in mining activities in Zambia and the Democratic Republic of Congo for 18 months.

Load-Shedding Threatens Water Supply

[Zambia Reports] The rationing of electricity is now hindering pumping of water from the Kafue river to Lusaka, the Lusaka Water and Sewerage Company has announced cautioning its clients to brace for challenging times ahead.

UPND Official Nabbed for Alleged Vote-Buying

[Zambia Reports] According to Father Frank Bwalya, the official captioned in the picture is an agent of the opposition United Party for National Development who was on a voter's card and NRC buying spree ahead of the September 24 Lubansenshi by-election.

Hichilema Accuses ECZ of Bias

[Zambia Reports] Opposition United Party for National Development Hakainde Hichilema stood on anthill to cast stones at the ruling Patriotic Front cataloguing a list of almost every imaginable challenge the country is facing.

Saboi, Mwaliteta Sparring for Kafue 2016

[Zambia Reports] Two prospective Kafue constituency candidates are sizing each up as they angle in to ascertain their muscle.

Kwacha Drop Worries Cross Border Traders

[Zambia Reports] Cross border traders at the popular Comesa market in Lusaka have complained of loss of business following the rapid devaluation of the local currency.

Five Things We Learned From Zambia Loss

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The headlines in local media on Monday summed the mood of a nation as its beloved national football team, Harambee Stars, slumped to a 2-1 loss in their 2017 AFCON qualifier on Sunday.