Archive | July, 2016

…as family of slain Moses Chanda in Kasama demand justice

THE family of a 21-year-old boy of Kasama’s Musenga village who was gruesomely murdered by unknown people last month, wants justice to prevail. And in Sinazongwe, a PF female supporter Pamela Chanda who was savagely attacked by suspected UPND cadres was yesterday reported to have been in a comma. Moses Chanda was allegedly murdered by […]

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Another PF cadre killed

A PATRIOTIC Front (PF) official has been killed and another injured by masked men in an attack believed to be political in Chipulukusu township in Ndola. And suspected UPND cadres on Tuesday severely beat up Chavuma Independent parliamentary candidate Grace Njapau. Meanwhile, suspected UPND cadres on Wednesday attacked and assaulted Kalomo Central Independent parliamentary candidate […]

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Jesus of Nazareth

Today’s discussion is centered on Jesus Christ of Nazareth. His authority, Power and Holiness. The quotation is about two followers of our Lord Christ Jesus, who were walking to a village called Emmaus, which was about six miles from Jerusalem. It was on the third day after the crucifixion of our Lord Jesus on the […]

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Ndola forest reserve squatters offered land

Ndola district commissioner George Chisulo has assured the more than 6,000 squatters in the forest reserves on the Ndola-Mufulira road that President Edgar Lungu has signed a Statutory Instrument of 2015 to open up the area for agricultural purposes. Addressing squatters, Mr.Chisulu said the Government was waiting for their representatives  to submit to Government the […]

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Ndola’s visually impaired get empowered

EMPOWERING the blind with various forms of entrepreneurship and small businesses may help the blind to stop begging in the streets, Zambia Association for the Blind and Partially Sighted Women (ZABPSW) coordinator Maureen Musonda has said. Ms Musonda said empowering the blind with entrepreneurship and small businesses may help the blind to stop begging on […]

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Green Party nods Dubai ballot printing process

GREEN Party president Peter Sinkamba has said his party has no reason to suspect malpractices in the printing process of ballot papers in Dubai. Mr Sinkamba has also said his party has no reason to suspect any foul play by the Electoral Commission of Zambia (ECZ) and Government at the point of printing. The Green […]

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FODEP trains 5,000 election monitors

THE Foundation for Democratic Process (FODEP) has started conducting training for election monitors in 96 constituencies in all the 10 provinces in preparation for the August 11, 2016, general elections. This follows the successful training of trainers across the country in which 175 people have been trained both at district and constituency level.FODEP executive director […]

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WFC calls for arrest of teacher who raped pupil

WOMEN for Change (WFC) have called on Zambian school authorities to desist from concealing sexual violence cases against pupils and students by teachers in institutions of learning. In a statement, WFC executive director Lumba Siyanga said she was saddened by media reports about a 16 year old girl of Milenge School in Luapula who was […]

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Kamba fumes at abandoned schools works in Chiawa

CONSTRUCTION works at Gotagota High School in Kambale village of Chieftainess Chiawa’s area in Kafue District have stalled after the contractor allegedly abandoned the project whose works started in 2013. This came to light when Patriotic Front PF Lusaka Province youth chairperson Kennedy Kamba toured some Government projects in the rural areas of the district […]

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Charity Mwansa to face trial in Trafigura oil case

FORMER Ministry of Mines, Energy and Water Development permanent secretary Charity Mwansa and her director Charles Mulenga will now have to be prosecuted by the Lusaka Magistrates Court in a matter they are facing two counts of theft and abuse. The duo are alleged to have contracted Trafigura PTE to supply 24,626 cubic litres of […]

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