Archive | January, 2015

PARTY cadres should heed the advice that they should stop their mischievous behaviour or they will have to face the law without the intervention of their leaders. This is as it should be if the country is to witness some civility in the conduct of party cadres who are taking the law into their hands […]

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PATRIOTIC Front secretary general Davis Chama says the ruling party will not protect its cadres who will be found promoting violence. Assuring the people of Zambia of the PF’s commitment to govern the country in a non-violent and peaceful manner, Mr. Chama said there was no place for violence in the PF. He warned that […]

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President Edgar Lungu has a task to restore order and confidence in Western Province over the demand by the Lozi speaking people for the restoration of the Barotseland Agreement of 1964, a historian and senior citizen Mutukulu Linyanda has said. But President Lungu says he will meet Barotseland activists to find a better way of […]

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PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu yesterday delivered his maiden speech at the African Union summit and reaffirmed Zambia’s commitment to the ideals of the Union as well as fully engaging in the activities of the continental body. And Ghana’s President John Dlamini Mahama will be visiting Zambia in April this year at the invitation of President Edgar […]

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UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema should stop harassing the  Electoral Commission of Zambia by alleging that his votes were stolen when last week’s Presidential election was free and fair, opposition Alliance for Better Zambia (ABZ) president Frank Bwalya has said. And Transparency International Zambia (TIZ) has declared  the January 20 election as free and fair. Mr […]

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CHIEF Chimbuka of the Bemba people in Chinsali has condemned the continued tribal talk among Zambians and some media houses, warning that those propagating tribalism, ethnicity and regionalism were a danger to the unity and peace of the country. Chief Chimbuka said politicians should realize that Zambians had remained a united nation because tribe and […]

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NOBODY is asking what tribe our Vice President Inonge Wina is. Nobody really cares because it is irrelevant. Zambians recognise her for the outstanding qualities she exhibited at the height of the division within the ruling Patriotic Front. She came across as a dependable, efficient and most importantly wise leader who could be trusted. The […]

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PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu should completely root out the cartel that formed a parallel government within the Patriotic Front (PF) Government and clean the security agencies of moles to halt the classified of State documents and leaking them to unauthorized persons and institutions for purposes of blackmail, PF director of communications Brian Hapunda has said. Mr […]

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THE Government must reinforce the Citizens Economic Empowerment Commission (CEEC) terms of reference that relate to availing 40 per cent of the empowerment scheme to youth-owned enterprises. Strategic Youth Enterprise executive member in Mkushi, Bright Mumba said there was need for Government to scale up youth-owned enterprises in their pursuit of CEEC funding. “Youths are […]

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PATRIOTIC Front (PF) cadres have taken over the operations of most bus stations in Lusaka including the Intercity Bus Terminus where they have banished drivers suspected of belonging to the opposition UPND from working in the stations. Some minibus drivers perceived to be members of the opposition have been ejected from operating at bus stations […]

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