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Government Announces the Death Of President Michael Sata

Government has officially announced the death of President Sata. Secretary to the cabinet Dr Roland Msiska appeared on the national TV ZNBC to make the announcement.He said President Michael Sata…

Presidential By Elections To Be Held Within 90 Days

Government is yet to make an official statement on the death of the Republican president which came as a shock to  Zambians Wednesday Morning. And  Zambia is expected to  hold…

Supreme Court Takes Masumba To Task Over Story

THE Supreme Court has asked convicted Mufumbwe Member of Parliament (MP) Steven Masumba to swear an affidavit that he did not cause the publication of an allegedly contemptuous article in…

NATSAVE Bank Lowers Interest Rates

NATSAVE says the bank’s interest rates are reducing in view of increased liquidity in the financial markets, with its popular Bunjimi Asset Plus Scheme sustained at 13.5 per cent. NATSAVE…

CBU Students Protest Over Delayed Meal Allowances

Police in Kitwe yesterday fought running battles with Copperbelt University (CBU) students and arrested four for alleged riotous behaviour. The students staged a protest, blocking Jambo Drive with stones and…

Over 100 Road Traffic Accidents Recorded During Jubilee

Fifteen people died in over 100 road traffic accidents that were recorded countrywide during the four days of Independence Jubilee anniversary celebrations. Zambia Police Service acting spokesperson Esther Katongo said…

PF Cadres Storm Cabinet Office, Disrupt Meeting

There ischaos in Ndola as slogan chanting Patriotic front cadres have stormed cabinet office to disrupt a provincial meeting. The cadres have disrupted a meeting that was being chaired by…

150 Underage Girls In Nsama Married Off

OVER 150 girls aged between 10 and 14 have been married off in Chief Nsama’s chiefdom in Northern Province between January and October. The girls were withdrawn from school by…

Police RETRIEVE All Bodies From Kariba

All the bodies of victims of last week’s Lake Kariba boat accident have been retrieved. Twenty-six people, the majority of them children, drowned after their boat capsized on the lake…

Sata’s Absence Shouldn’t Excite Those Eyeing Presidency -Luonde

Those eyeing the presidency should not be excited by President Michael Sata’s absence, says Father Richard Luonde. The Anglican priest said some people were “positioning themselves” in the President’s absence.…