Archive | November, 2013

Am ready to testify-Komaki

Julius Komaki has said he is ready to testify against the people who savagely hacked him when the pro-Wynter Kabimba faction clashed with the Komaki group that left Moses Simuwela dead while several others were seriously injured. Kamaki who is Lusaka PF acting disctrict chairman said the people who hacked him were known and that […]

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Canisius Banda not guilty-UPND

The release of all the Barotseland activists facing treason trial is most welcome and a definite step in the right direction. The release was obviously the easier part of the exercise, the next stage of finding a lasting settlement should be more difficult, complicated and indeed delicate. The process will however be made easier by […]

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Canisius Banda not guilty-UPND

The United Party for National Development (UPND) has exonerated its party vice president for political affairs Canisius Banda for having gone to State House to meet President Michael Sata without informing the national management committee. UPND deputy general secretary Kuchunga Simusamba said Dr Banda had gone to State House because he was in possession of […]

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Nurses fired

All striking nurses and midwives at the University Teaching Hospital (UTH), the country’s largest referral hospital have been dismissed with immediate effect for participating in what government is calling a wild-cat strike. Health Minister Joseph Kasonde announced yesterday that all the striking nurses who did not return for work at the expiry of the deadline […]

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Forget new constitution-Saunders

The people of Zambia must forget about the enactment of a new constitution under the Patriotic Front government because the PF was unwilling to give Zambians what they were promised, says Political activist Dante Saunders. In an interview with the Daily Nation, Sunders said that Zambians were now tired with the PF’s continued schemes to […]

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54 Barotse Activist freed

There was ecstatic jubilation at the magistrate court yesterday when the state freed former Ngambela of the Lozi people Clement Sinyinda and all the 53 Barotse activists’ detainees who were facing treason charges after the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) entered a nolle prosequi in favour of the detainees. All the detainees were appearing before […]

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UNZA embarks on rehab program

The University of Zambia Great East Road Campus has embarked on a rehabilitation programme of its sanitation system following the typhoid scare at the institution. UNZA public relations manager Stanslus Chewe said Institution Vice Chancellor Professor Stephen Simukanga lead a team that conducted an emergency on-the-spot fact finding exercise on Monday. Chewe said among those […]

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Mutembo should not prosecute RB

An indication by the Director of Public Prosecution Mutembo Nchito that he would personally prosecute former President Rupiah Banda on the graft charge involving vehicles donated by a Chinese company has generated severe controversy. Lawyers representing the former President Banda have indicated that they will object attempts by Nchito to prosecute the former Head of […]

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Govt dismisses lawyers

Government has with immediate effect dismissed 18 state advocates for engaging in what it described  an ‘‘illegal industrial action’’ demanding K3,600 non practicing allowance which is said to have been abolished. Ironically, of the 18 dismissed state advocates, 16 are female lawyers. For the past two weeks the state advocates were reporting for work but […]

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Sichinga dragged to court for failing to pay debt

Agriculture Minister Robert Sichinga has been dragged to court for allegedly failing to pay K15, 000 to a transporter he had personally hired to transport mealie meal and other campaign materials to Petauke central constituency. George Musonda of House Number 32/27, Garden House, Lusaka has sued Minister Sichinga in the Small Claims Court demanding K15,000 […]

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