Archive | March, 2016

Political ideology

IT IS increasingly becoming difficult to understand most of our political leaders and their ideologies.   We make this assertion because some of our political leaders appear to be falling for anything, in this case, any political party attracting some measure of membership. They always want to be in the next Government regardless of their […]

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MPs’ defection looms in PF

SOME Patriotic Front members of Parliament who will not be readopted in their constituencies on account of member rejection or under-performance plan to defect to opposition political parties so that they can try their luck on new party tickets, PF deputy secretary general Mumbi Phiri has revealed. She has however said the PF would not […]

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FAZ sued for K623, 000

FOOTBALL Association of Zambia (FAZ) has been sued by a private lodge for over unsettled K623, 850 in players lodging fees during camping periods. Coolbreeze Lodges Limited of Lusaka has sued Sam Phiri, FAZ secretary general for the organization’s failure to settle the outstanding bills. According to a statement of claim filed in the Lusaka […]

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African Union congratulates Kamanga

The African Union (AU) through its Sports and Social Affairs Department has congratulated newly elected Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) executive whom it has wished a productive tenure of office. This is contained in a statement issued by First Secretary for Press and Tourism at the Zambian Embassy in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Naomi Chulu. The  […]

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Housing deficit to hit 3 million

ZAMBIA is facing a 1.3 million housing deficit which is projected to reach over 3 million by 2030, Minister of Local Government and Housing Stephen Kampyongo has said. Mr Kampyongo said the statistics shown in the 2010 Central Statistical report indicated that Government had a huge task in reducing the statistics. He was speaking in […]

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Chitimukulu speaks out

ALL those who want to destroy the Bemba chieftaincy and tribe will first attempt to usurp the people’s unity and allegiance to the Mwinelubemba in order to create a weak Bemba multi-chiefdom that could easily be scrapped off, Paramount Chief Chitimukulu has charged. And grandson to the late Chitimukulu Chitapankwa Mutale, Mulenga Kombe, has said […]

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Cholera cases rise

LUSAKA has recorded 23 new cholera cases while Nsama district of Northern Province has recorded three cases, Ministry of Health acting spokesperson Dr Tasilla Pitters has revealed. She said in Lusaka, this brings the number of cholera cases to 435 from 412 recorded over the long weekend. Dr Pitters said the Ministry of Health was […]

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2016 elections given greenlight

LUSAKA High Court Justice Florence Lengalenga has dismissed the petition challenging the constitutionality of holding the 2016 presidential elections as well as determining President Edgar Lungu’s tenure of office after the January 20 2015  election. And spokesperson for the petitioners, Zambia Republican Party president Wright Musoma says they would not sit and watch the Republican […]

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North-West pupils in 1,000 desks

FIRST Quantum Minerals (FQM), through Kalumbila Minerals Limited in North Western Province, has targeted to distribute 1,000 desks to local schools by mid this year, in its quest to improve the quality of education in the region. The mining company, through Trident Foundation, has so far distributed 622 desks valued at K730,000, says community engagement […]

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CBU riot student leaders identified

Fourteen students at the Copperbelt University (CBU) have been identified as riot leaders, CBU Vice Chancellor Naison Ngoma has revealed. He said the 14 students would be investigated and those found wanting would be expelled. Professor Ngoma said management had made significant progress in meeting some of the conditions set for reopening of the institution […]

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