Archive | May, 2016

Zambia should join war against capital flight – Fundanga

By Nation Reporter ZAMBIA should partner with other African countries to fight illicit financial outflows in the banking sector, says former Bank of Zambia (BoZ) governor Caleb Fundanga. Dr Fundanga said apart from that it was also important for Zambia to tighten regulations in the banking sector because of its vulnerability to such vices. In […]

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Lungu deserves support of women-Ng’uni

  By Nation Reporter THE women movement in Zambia should support President Edgar Lungu for having broken the jinx of male dominance in the country’s political space by nominating Vice-President Inonge Wina as his running mate in the August general elections, former Home Affairs assistant secretary Emmanuel Ng’uni has said. Mr Ng’uni said President Lungu […]

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Who has been a victim of the Public Order Act in Zambia?

  By Andrew Njobvu The argument  is unassailable and impeccable that Zambians has suffered in this country and one of the tools of oppression has been the Public Order Act. Who have been the victims? The victims have been opponents and critics of the rulling clique. During the Kaunda regime the victims were African National […]

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‘Land crazy’ councillors warned

    ALL past councillors in Kabwe Municipal Council who participated in the illegal land allocation will be dealt with regardless of their political inclination, Patriotic Front (PF) candidate for Kabwe Central constituency Tutwa Ngulube has warned. Mr. Ngulube, who has taken a leading role in castigating land malpractices which rocked the council, said the […]

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We must keep out of politics, says chief

    TRADITIONAL leaders should remain non-partisan and not allow themselves to be paraded at rallies by politicians as the country gears up for the August 11 general elections, Chief Sinadabwe of the Tonga people in Siavonga district has said. The chief noted that it was important for traditional leaders to remain non-partisan as they […]

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N/West demand clear business opportunities

    THREE apex business associations in Solwezi have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with a view to build a collective platform that will lobby for transparent business opportunities and ensure growth of small and medium entrepreneurs in North-Western Povince. The three business associations are Lumwana Community Business Association, Musele Chamber of Commerce and […]

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Poll adoptions gain momentum

  THE Patriotic Front (PF) in Livingstone has adopted former Livingstone district commissioner Omar Munsanje as the Livingstone Central parliamentary candidate while Edward Ntinda has been adopted to represent the party as executive mayor. And the opposition United Party for National Development (UPND) is reported to have adopted former Livingstone deputy mayor Mathews Jere as […]

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Zambia has 2,000 MW power shortages

  By Nation Reporter ZAMBIA has energy shortage of over 2, 000 megawatts which can be resolved if the private sector partners with Government, says Commerce permanent secretary Kayula Siame. She was speaking in an interview after attending the Zambia Investment Forum on the sidelines of the just ended African Development Bank annual meetings in […]

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State challenge GBM application in violence charge case

  By Nation Reporter   THE State has asked the Lusaka Magistrates Court in a matter in which UPND vice president for administration Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba (GBM) is charged with proposing violence, to dismiss the defence’s application to refer the matter to the Constitutional Court or quash the indictment. The State argued that this was […]

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ECZ confirms 9 presidential candidates

  By Nation Reporter NINE presidential candidates will contest this year’s presidential general elections, according to the Electoral Commission of Zambia (ECZ) nominations timetable. The commission has not included the former ruling party on the timetable despite Dr Nevers Mumba having successfully paid half of the nomination fees before former Lunte Member of Parliament Felix […]

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