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Businessman Robbed Of K96, 000

BANDITS have ambushed a businessman of Mkushi on his way to Lusaka and grabbed K96,000 cash from him at gunpoint. The robbery happened around 01:00 hours yesterday in Katuba area…

Commuter Train Launched In Lusaka

Commuter Train Launched In Lusaka

The commuter train has been bought using part of the 120 million US dollar Euro bond that was given to the Zambia Railways Limited. Transport Minister Yamfwa Mukanga who officially…

Pastor Climbs On His Church Members, Orders Them To Strip

Pastor Climbs On His Church Members, Orders Them To Strip

 This pastor of church named End Times Disciples ministries in Gauteng, South Africa, comfortably climbed on his church members and even made some of them strip. God is merciful but…

Mazabuka Nickel Mine To Re-open

  Plinian Capital, founded by former Lonmin Plc Chief Executive Officer Brad Mills, plans to raise $40 million from private equity funds to restart a Zambian nickel mine where operations…

Stay Away From NRC Issuance, UPND Tells Kabwe DC

REPORTS that registration officers are turning away people over 16 years of age of sixteen because they were considered to be “over-age”, have angered the opposition United Party for National…

Kwacha Regains Value Rapidly, Goes To K6.9 Per US Dollar

Currency extends gains for third day, and advances as much as 2.1% vs dlr to 6.9672/$, trades 0.7% firmer at 7.0573 as of 9:24am in capital, Lusaka. The Kwacha is…

Chikwanda Warns Contractors

MINISTER of Finance Alexander Chikwanda says Government will not tolerate continued delays in completing development projects because procrastination increases the costs. Speaking when he commissioned the Nakonde border facility here…

Police IG Dismisses ‘Bias’ Accusations Over POA

Inspector General of Police Stella Libongani has dismissed assertions that Police are unfair in the manner they apply the public order Act. Ms. Libogani has told QFM News that no…

Hunger Hits kalabo Villagers Resort To Eating Grass

People in Kalabo’s Liuwa area are surviving on grass due to severe hunger that has hit the area. Speaking on behalf of the other community members, a senior citizen Nalwalwa…

UNZA Debt Reaches K2.3 billion

UNZA Debt Reaches K2.3 billion

The University of Zambia (UNZA) statutory and contractual debt has accumulated to K2.3 Billion as at 31st March, 2015. This is as a consequence of government’s failure to meet the…

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