2011 Comprehensive Total Number Of Registered Voters Per Province

Below is a comprehensive total number of registered voters per province of the nine provinces of Zambia for the 2011 Tripartite Elections. PROVINCE———- REG. VOTERS COPPERBELT——— -853,816 LUSAKA—————- -777,818 NORTHERN———– -667,532 EASTERN————– -652,104 SOUTHERN———– -648,298 CENTRAL————– -486,027: LUAPULA—————-417,149 WESTERN————- -401,438 NORTH WESTERN —- 319,134 TOTALS—————-5,223,316  

RB Bestowed With Honoray Doctorate Degree In Political Science

The Rusangu University formerly called Zambia Seventh Day Adventist University (ZAU) has conferred on President Rupiah Banda an honorary Doctorate Degree in political Science. Making the announcement of President Banda’s new title Sunday during the Fifth Rusangu University graduation ceremony, University Vice Chancellor Professor Mutuku Mutinga said President Banda had contributed greatly to the economic […]

Nyimba Bus accident : Operators Summoned

Government has summoned the operators of the Scania Bus and a light truck which were involved in the accident to appear before the Road Transport and Safety Agency on Tuesday at 10:00 hours. And preliminary investigations into the Nyimba road accident that claimed 35 lives have revealed high levels of negligence on the part of […]

Am Ready For Competition – Kakoma

Former Zambezi west member of parliament Charles Kakoma says he is ready and willing to face his competitors from other political parties in the forthcoming elections. Mr. Kakoma says during his term as area member of parliament, he did his ground works in preparation for the elections. He said in an interview that he is […]

Adopted UPND Councilor In Nyimba Defects To PF

The only United Party for National Development (UPND) councillor at the Nyimba District Council has defected to the  Patriotic Front, according to the PF public relations wing. The sole UPND councillor defected to the PF at a mass rally addressed by PF leader Michael Sata on July 29, a statement written by the PF said. […]

NAREP Commends The Catholic Church.

The National Restoration Party (NAREP) has commended the Catholic Church for their non partisan stance on various issues of national interest. NAREP National secretary John Phiri said in an interview that the Catholic Church has been called names in the recent past for merely speaking for the voiceless in society. Mr. Phiri says it is […]

Mtendere Residents Riot after A Speeding Driver Hit A Boy

A  17-year old boy of Mutendere in Lusaka has been hit and severely injured  by a speeding vehicle earlier this evenning  causing residents to engage in riots, throwing stones at vehicles as well as burning tyres on the area’s roads. The speeding vehicle completely severed off, from the ankle, the victim’s left leg. According to […]

Clinics And The Public Seek To Mend Sour Relations

Some Health Institutions in Lusaka have embarked on image building initiatives to narrow the information gap, between medical personnel and the public. And Matero Mini-Hospital Superintendent, Gabriel Ngongo has since stated the need for cordial relations, between health workers and the community. Dr Ngongo has explained that health workers, have for long time endured harassment […]

Lusaka Widow Evicted Embarassingly

A widow of Lusaka’s Olympia residential area has been spending nights in the cold after being evicted three days ago. Judith Chilemo says court bailiffs pounced on her and evicted after her late husband’s niece, allegedly sold the house she was living in. Mrs Chilemo claims that the sale of the respective house was done […]

Court Adjourns Sata Case

The Lusaka High Court has adjourned to 6th August 2011, Patriotic Front President, Michael Sata’s libel case, against the Times of Zambia and the Zambia Daily Mail. Mr Sata and former Kabwata Member of Parliament, Given Lubinda have sued the state-owned publications over articles published on 7th July 2011. The two are claiming punitive damages […]