Archive | November, 2012

Milingo Speaks out on PF

The integrity of the judiciary is under threat inZambiabecause levels of integrity and uprightness have gone down, former Catholic Archbishop Emmanuel Milingo has said. “Is justice inZambiathe same as justice internationally?  InZambiait is worse because 1 per cent of elite Zambians are facing court cases. For how long are these people going to be in […]

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HH complains of Govt harassment

President Michael Sata has instructed police officers and other security wings of government to curtail UPND president Hakainde Hichilema‘s freedom of movement, speech and association, it has been learnt. In an interview with the Daily Nation, Mr. Hichilema said that the continued curtailing of his freedoms was a sign of fear for the UPND leadership […]

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Corruption most vile If there were any doubts these have been firmly confirmed.  The hand of corruption impunity and total disregard of the law is upon us. Those who should be custodians of truth probity and integrity are now friends of mammon and will bear qualms to cheat, lie, and blackmail, defraud and even put […]

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Angola set for Zone Six Games

Angolan Ambassador to Zambia Balbina Malheiros dais das Silva has urged the national team to win Zone Six Games to be held in Lusaka in December in honor of  the country‘s 37th independence celebrations. Das Silva said people ofAngolawould be glad if its national teams won more awards during the Zone Six Games as the […]

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Sunzu to emulate Kalusha

Zambia‘s export to DR Congo Stophila Sunzu says his time has come to emulate Football Association of Zambia(FAZ) president Kalusha Bwalya by winning this year’s African Player Award. Sunzu said that he has worked very hard to helpZambiawin her first AfCON championship in February this year since the tournament started. Bwalya became the first player […]

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Police IG should be ratified by Parliament

The appointment of the Inspector General of Police should be ratified by Parliament to promote professionalism in service delivery, says a law student at Zambia Open University Stanley Banda. He said to leave the appointment to the President alone was a sure recipe of compromise since the IG’s loyalty would be to the appointing authority. […]

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PF ministers face prison-Mulongoti

Several Patriotic Front (PF) leaders will be imprisoned for corruption after leaving government because of their partiality to single sourcing of goods and services, says former Works and Supply Minister Mike Mulongoti. Mr Mulongoti said several PF ministers will be jailed for corruption and that was a known fact and unless they can change their […]

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Government should address farmers woes

Government has been challenged to quickly address issues that were likely to affect this years farming season in order to avoid having a negative impact of production. Former agricultural minister Dr Eustacio Kazonga said the delay in distribution of farming inputs by government was not good for farmers as the rain season has already started. […]

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Chenda must resign

Agriculture Minister Emmanuel Chenda should resign because he has failed to manage the crisis facing farmers and for bringing about mealie meal shortages currently facing in many parts of the country, UPND Copperbelt Chairperson Elisha Matambo has said. And Mr Matambo has challenged President Michael Sata to visit the Copperbelt and see for himself how […]

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Church calls for national indaba

President Michael Sata must call for a National Indaba for all opposition political party leaders, the Church, the Civil Society and other stakeholders to address the continued political polarization the country is going through Evangelical Fellowship of Zambia (EFZ) executive director Reverend Pukuta Mwanza said that calls for a national indaba were made in good […]

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