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Posts published in “Day: October 19, 2017

President Lungu in Congo Brazzaville

[Zambia Reports] President Edgar Lungu has headed to Congo Brazzaville on another of his foreign trips and will join 12 other Heads of State at the Great Lakes Region Summit.

Crimes of Passion On the Rise

[Times of Zambia] Religious Affairs Minister Godfridah Sumaili has said the Government is concerned at the increase in crimes of passion happening across the country.

Govt Degazettes Chief

[Times of Zambia] The Government has ordered the withdrawal of instruments of power from Chief Shimbizhi of the Ila people in Central Province following the Supreme Court's ruling which annulled his chieftainship.

Preach Peace, Love, Unity – President Lungu

[Times of Zambia] President Edgar Lungu has urged politicians and citizens to continue preaching peace and reconciliation to help the country achieve prosperity.

Nation Unites in Prayer

[Times of Zambia] Zambians from all walks of life yesterday braved the scorching heat to join hands in prayer as the country commemorated the National Day of Prayer and Fasting with a call for each other.

Crooked Civil Servants Swindle Banks

[Times of Zambia] Several banks and other money-lenders have been swindled by crooked civil servants who forged pay-slips to obtain loans at different financial institutions, the Office of the President has revealed.

‘I Don’t Want to Go Back to Nchanga’

[Times of Zambia] Zambia international defender Isaac Shamujompa says he wants to play for Kitwe giants Power Dynamos and has no desire to go back to Nchanga Rangers.

Zambia’s Lungu Urged to Desist From Dictatorship

[CAJ News] Lusaka -ZAMBIA President, Edgar Lungu, has been urged to stop a crackdown on media, opposition and human rights defenders critical of his dictatorial leadership. Rights advocates noted the Southern African country's upholding of human rights...

Opposition Party Founder Attends National Day of Prayer

[Zambia Reports] Opposition Political Parties that speak strongly on abuse of public resources should not be perceived as enemies of progress, National Democratic Congress Founder Mwenya Musenge has charged.

Mine Unions Look for Private Negotiator

[Zambia Reports] The Mine Unions in the country have indicated that they have been left with no choice but to engage an independent body to negotiate in the disagreements involving Konkola Copper Mines.