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Nigeria’s President Buhari Tells Igbos Not to Challenge Unity

PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday said that the Federal Government was ready to contend with anyone against the peace and unity of Nigeria. President Buhari who stated this when he received the traditional ruler of Umuofor Kingdom, Oguta Local Government Area of Imo State, Eze Abdulfatah Emetumah III, said, ”Anybody that tries to joke with […]

Why Zambia’s Economy Will Prevail and Prosper

AT A time when the country had been subjected to all manner of propaganda regarding the country’s debt with China, citizens needed answers from President Edgar Lungu’s address to Parliament yesterday. The address was so important because it also points to what citizens expect in the budget speech by the minister of Finance. The President […]

Opinion: Zambia’s Debt, Not Just A Product of Chinese Debt Diplomacy

Zambia’s public debt has increased significantly in recent years, and concerns over a possible crisis have lately attracted the attention of Western media. On September 3, a report by British business intelligence outlet Africa Confidential warned of escalating debt caused by allegedly unsustainable Chinese loans and claimed that Zesco, the state-owned national electricity company, has been in […]

State wants to promote use of railways to decongest roads – minister

29 November 2016

GOVERNMENT intends to push rail transport bulky and heavy goods in order to decongest the roads, according to Minister of Transport and Communications Brian Mushimba. Speaking during the United Nations Global Sustainable transport conference in Turkmenistan, Mr Mushimba stated that Zambia needs to build a resilient and modern transport system to ensure sustainable networks in […]

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Zambians urged to mitigate climate change effects

29 November 2016

  COMBATTING climate change is a collective responsibility that all Zambians should support, Action Africa Help International country director Lameck Simwanza has said. Mr. Simwanza called on Zambians to step up and mitigate the impact that had already been created as a result of climate change especially in the agricultural sector. “We need to stop […]

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Govt ready to meet Saudi goats challenge

29 November 2016

GOVERNMENT will broker partnerships with financial institutions to provide funding to the livestock sector for facilities such as animal laboratories and screening centres for goats and sheep, Livestock and Fisheries minister Michael Katambo has said. Mr. Katambo told the Daily Nation yesterday that following the stakeholders’ meeting aimed at enlightening the farmers on the business […]

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Oxfam promotes Africa-China development dialogue

29 November 2016

  THE Africa-China Dialogue Platform (ACDP) will help facilitate a constructive engagement and dialogue of citizens, policy-makers, researchers and think tanks on the attainment of sustainable development goals (SDGs), says Oxfam country director Dailes Judge. The platform would seek to generate knowledge in order to influence policies and practices that relate to the Africa-China partnership […]

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PF warns ‘youth league’ renegades

29 November 2016

A GROUP of disgruntled youths have created a Facebook page which they are allegedly using to malign, insult and defame President Edgar Lungu, but Patriotic Front die hard Julius Komaki has warned of “ghastly consequences” should the group continue attacking the Head of State. A Facebook page called PF Youth League has allegedly been created […]

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SERENJE COUPLE NAMES TWINS AFTER LUNGU, ESTHER

29 November 2016

  A COUPLE in Serenje district has named their twins after the Head of State and First Lady Esther Lungu. The twins, Edgar and Esther, were born on August 17, a few days after President Lungu was declared winner in the August general elections and a few weeks before his inauguration on September 13. Little […]

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TODAY’S LETTERS

29 November 2016

Nullification reasons are very flimsy Dear Editor Having read the judgment by Judge Siavwapa, I can understand why the  Patriotic Front is fuming over the nullification of  Margaret Mwanakatwe’s seat. Firstly the Judge seems to suggest that he did not recognize the status of Ms Mwanakatwe as Minister of Commerce. Where did the judge get […]

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PF cracks whip on dissenting members

29 November 2016

  THE Patriotic Front, as the ruling party, will not tolerate indiscipline among its members because it is a party of order just like its leader President Edgar Lungu, says PF secretary general Davies Mwila. Mr Mwila said there was no intimidation in any decision made in the party as claimed by some members and […]

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EU gives Zambia 40M Euros for power generation

29 November 2016

  THE European Union (EU) and the Government have signed a 40 million euro grant aimed at unlocking the country’s power generating potential and addressing the current power shortage as well as to enhance private sector investment. Ambassador of the EU to Zambia and COMESA Alessandro Mariani said that the energy sector was important for […]

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Judiciary compromised says UPND

29 November 2016

  THE United Party for National Development (UPND) has accused the Patriotic Front (PF) and President Edgar Lungu of controlling the judiciary by speaking against the decisions of some of the judges in the nullification of some parliamentary seats. UPND secretary general Stephen Katuka claimed that there had been an invisible hand that had been […]

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