Mongu Catholics Asks God To Expose Uncaring Politicians

CATHOLICS in Mongu have paid a glowing tribute to their late Bishop Paul Francis Duffy at a colourful-solemn funeral ceremony at Mongu stadium this morning, Monday, September 5, 2011. In a series of remembrance prayers offered after the homily, the majority of those prayed made reference to the widespread poverty in Western Province and the […]

Sata Brings Duffy’s Funeral Proceedings To A Standstill

Patriotic Front president and strongman, Michael Sata, temporarily caused a pause in the funeral proceedings of the late Paul Duffy when he walked down the stands to greet Vice-President George Kunda and the Catholic bishops in the VIP stand. Mr Sata, who was following proceedings from the commoners stand, responded to Cardinal Merdardo Mazombwe’s call […]

Mongu Residents Reject Govt’s Call To Dialogue, Two Weeks Before Elections

MONGU residents have rejected government’s 11th hour call for dialogue to bring closure to the troubled chapter of broken relationship with the people Western Province. “Let us use this sad occasion of the death of Bishop Duffy to reconcile and bring closure to the ugly past. Let us live in the future and reject the […]

Two Children Burnt To Ashes In Nyimba

Two children of the same family have been burnt to ashes, while several others have been injured after the truck they were travelling in caught fire in Nyimba district along the great east road. The accident happened around 08:00hrs hours Sunday morning, after the truck developed an electric problem and caught fire. Nyimba District Commissioner […]

Ballot Papers Printing In Final Stage

The Printing of Ballot papers in Durban South Africa is in its final stages. Universal Print Group Project Manager Vik Vaid says Local Government data for five provinces has already been completed. Mr Vaik has told ZNBC News in Durban that his company is confident that the printing of the remaining ballot papers for four […]

COMESA To Monitor Zambian Elections

The Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) has pledged its determination and contribution towards the building of democratic processes in the region. COMESA acting secretary general Brian Chigawa, who is COMESA director of legal and institutional affairs, says COMESA will ensure it deploys election observers in all the nine provinces of the country […]

Namulambe Greeted With Poor Service At Arthur Davies Hospital

Mpongwe MMD aspirant says nurses attitude at Arthur Davies children’s hospital is pathetic. In an interview at Hilltop Hospital, where he is nursing his son Gabriel junior, Namulambe said his son almost died because of the poor service he received at the government hospital. ‘ I took my son to the children’s hospital on Friday […]

RB Threatens Chieftainess Nkomeshya Of Dethronement

President Ruphia Banda has threatened to remove Sennior Chieftaines Nkomeshya Mukamambo II of the Soli people in Chongwe district if he wins this years elections. Addressing a rally in chongwe on saturday, president Banda accused chieftainess Nkomeshya of intimidating sub-chiefs and village headmen. And ADD leader, Charles Milupi says RB’s misconduct and utterances against chieftainess […]

Stop Issuing Alarming Statements, Public Warned

The Zambia Police service has warned the public against issuing statements that are likely to cause public panic. Police spokesperson Ndandula Siamana says that the police service will not allow certain people to spread false rumors. Ms. Siamana says that the police will stop at nothing to ensure that peace prevails especially that the country […]

Nakonde Woman Dies In Fuel Explosion

A 20 year old woman of Nakonde district has died while her twins and husband are battling for their lives at Nakonde health centre after a fuel tank on the motor bike exploded setting the their house on fire last night. Both Police and Health officials have confirmed the incidence to ZANIS in Nakonde today. […]