Press "Enter" to skip to content

Posts published in “Day: October 7, 2015

Fastjet Secures Licence

[News24Wire] Africa-focused budget airline fastjet has secured an airline operator licence in Zimbabwe, with the country's civil aviation authority giving it the nod for domestic and international flights into and out of the country.

SA Companies in Zambia for Trade Mission

[] Pretoria -A South African business delegation has arrived in Lusaka, Zambia, to participate in an Outward Selling Mission (OSM), said the Department of Trade and Industry (dti).

GBM Is the Biggest Political Coward of Our Time – Fr Bwalya

[Zambia Reports] Father Frank Bwalya says Kasama parliamentarian Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba, commonly known as GBM, is the biggest political coward of today. Fr Bwalya has accused GBM of claiming popularity in Kasama when he knows the ruling party would hu...

Nsanda’s ‘Rejected’ Daughter Sues Admnistrators for Share of Estate

[Zambian Watchdog] Former Road Development Agency's board chairperson, late Willie Nsanda's daughter Christine, has sued the administrator of his estate, Andrew Ng'andu, for an order of a full inventory of her late father's estate and to be given a sha...

President Lungu Promotes Second UPND MP to Full Cabinet

[Zambia Reports] President Edgar Lungu has announced the appointment of a second UPND MP Greyford Monde as full Cabinet Minister. Monde joins Ritchwel Siamunene who was recently appointed Defence Minister.

Ordinary Zambians Grapple With Land Grabbing

[Deutsche Welle] Forced evictions of ordinary Zambians from their land have become rampant to pave way for development. Rights activists want to intervene and protect local people from land grabbers.

Lungu Also Declined VOA Interview

[Zambia Reports] Information has emerged that President Edgar Lungu did not only snub the much publicized live BBC interview while in New York this week, but he also grew cold feet at the Voice of America interview which was confirmed earlier.

Judge Backs Away From Tiz Defamation Case Against Chimba

[Zambia Reports] In what appears to be a move to recuse herself Lusaka High Court judge Betty Mung'omba has sent the matter between Transparency International Zambia (TIZ) and freelance journalist and documentary filmmaker Chanda Chimba, III for re-all...

Looming Showdown At Unza

[Zambia Reports] Barely two days after the University of Zambia opened, there is an impending show down between management and the workers following the delay in the payment of September salaries.