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Posts published in August 2017

Civil Society Opposes President’s Declaration of State of Emergency

[CISA] Lusaka -Civil society groups and opposition parties in Zambia are against President Edgar Lungu's decision to declare a state of emergency in response to the recent market fires suspected to have been deliberately sparked by arsonists.

Amecea Congratulates Church for 125 Years of Catholic Faith

[CISA] Lusaka -Berhaneyesus Cardinal Souraphiel, Chairman of the Association of Members Episcopal Conferences of Eastern Africa (AMECEA), has applauded the Church in Zambia for 125 years of Catholic Faith.

Women Are the Heart Beat of Our Church, Says Archbishop

[CISA] Lusaka -Archbishop Telesphore-George Mpundu, Archbishop of Lusaka and President of the Zambia Conference of Catholic Bishops (ZCCB) has thanked women for their active role in the church.

Zambia Hits Out At ‘Political Charlatan’ Malema

[News24Wire] The Zambian government has reacted angrily to the Economic Freedom Fighter (EFF) leader Julius Malema's remarks over the weekend that President Edgar Lungu was a dictator, a report says.

Zambia Fine-Tune for South Africa With Ethiopia Friendly

[CAF] Zambia hosts Ethiopia on Saturday, 5 August 2017, in a friendly buildup ahead of their Total African Nations Championship (CHAN) Kenya 2018 final round date with South Africa next weekend.

The Politics of Honorary Doctorates

[Zambia Reports] The politics of honorary doctorates refuse to wither off the Zambian political landscape with United Party for National Development (UPND) vice president Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba become the latest doctor in town.

Govt Trolls Malema Dictatorship Accusations

[Zambia Reports] The Patriotic Front government fights with opposition leaders in South Africa were on show again with Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema getting a censure from information minister Kampamba Mulenga.

Lawyer Rips Police Chief in Opposition Leader’s Defamation Case

[Zambia Reports] Enterprising Lusaka lawyer Keith Mweemba on Monday gave Inspector General of Police Kakoma Kaganja a tough time when he cross examined him in a case opposition leader Chilufya Tayali is charged with criminal libel.