[Zambia Reports] Vice President Inonge Wina has warned that government will not allow the opposition to take advantage of the challenges being experienced on the Copperbelt to fan confusion.
Posts published in “Day: November 16, 2015”
[Zambia Reports] The first step toward establishing the House of Prayer for all Nations Tabernacle has been made with government opening an account for donations toward the goal.
[Zambia Reports] The showmanship among opposition political parties is on display once again with each claiming to be stronger than their other going into next year's general elections.
[Zambia Reports] Looking at the mass of fans that turned up at the Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe Airport to welcome the 'victorious' Zambia national team from Sudan summed up how easily we get carried away long before we hit real success.
[Zambia Reports] Matero Member of Parliament Miles Sampa may have caught Patriotic Front doomsayers unawares when he made peace with the ruling party pledging total loyalty to President Edgar Lungu.
[Zambian Watchdog] The request by the Mulungushi University Economics Students Association (MUESA) to have UPND president and economic manager Hakainde Hichilema has been blocked at the last minute after management received threats to be fired by Highe...
[Zambian Watchdog] The Zambia Association of Manufacturers (ZAM) says output in the manufacturing industry has in the last six months reduced by between 40% and 70% due to load shedding.
[Zambian Watchdog] The "boom and bust" cycle of the international copper trade has once more left Zambia down, down on the ground and groaning! She had a quick escape from the commodity price slump that accompanied the global economic downturn of 2008 ...
[Zambian Watchdog] PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu has gone on holiday in Nyimba with some members of his family to recover from the economic stress.
[Zambia Reports] Former Republican Vice President Dr Guy Scott has made his submissions to the legal committee that is scrutinizing the draft constitution bill.
[Zambia Reports] The former army officer who had brought business to a standstill in Woodlands this morning after he climbed a communication mast has been persuaded to climb down.
[Zambian Watchdog] The 300 megawatt coal fired power station at Maamba Collieries will only come on board in June 2016 and not November 2015 as promised by President Lungu.
[Zambia Reports] Government has taken full responsibility over the chaos that characterized the first ever Grade nine Information and Communication Technology examinations.