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Posts published in November 2016

Hindus Celebrate Diwali

[Times of Zambia] Cultural dances, fireworks and food are just some of the things that fan loving revellers will enjoy as the Lusaka Hindu Association hosts Diwali Show 2016.

Govt Promises More Investment Into Skills Training

[Times of Zambia] YOUTH, Sports and Child Development Minister Moses Mawere has pledged increased investment in skills training for the young people in order to fight unemployment and enhance poverty reduction.

Ruling Party Official Calls for Introduction of 7 Year Tenure

[Zambia Reports] Ruling Patriotic Front member of the Central Committee Paul Moonga has tested the political temperature by suggesting that parliament considers amending the five year term to seven for any serving President.

Inflation Makes Significant Drop

[Zambia Reports] The Central Statistical Office has announced a significant drop in the inflation rate from 18.9% to 12.5% in the month of October.

Bailiffs Pounce On Mushipe Law Firm

[Zambia Reports] Foul tempered lawyer Martha Mushipe this morning had to deal with bailiffs that pounced on her office.

Trade Union Allays Wage Freeze Fears

[Zambia Reports] The Zambia Congress of Trade Unions has played down fears of a wage freeze as part of the International Monetary Fund conditions.

Lungu’s Corruption Fight Must Extend to Football House

[Zambia Reports] It was comforting to hear President Edgar Lungu speak strong against corruption yesterday. This is the second time President Lungu has sent a warning to those that are engaging in corrupt practices. His critic claim his administration ...

Court Issues Bench Warrant for Opposition Cadres

[Zambia Reports] The Lusaka Magistrate Court has issued a bench warrant for three United Party for National Development supporters accused of unlawful drilling alongside Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba.

Lungu Chides Anti-Corruption Commission

[Zambia Reports] President Edgar Lungu came down heavily on the Anti Corruption Commission as he swore four new ministers.