Kabanda : Government To Blame For Police Unprofessional Conduct

The Citizens Forum has charged that government is to blame for the unprofessional conduct of the Zambia Police service. Executive secretary Simon Kabanda says government is to blame for the unprofessional conduct of the police because of interference in the operations of the police. Mr. Kabanda says government gives instructions to the Zambia police adding […]

PF Emerge Victorious In Muvi TV Race To Manda Hill Debates

PF’s Lusaka Province aspiring MP’s have in the last week trounced over other candidates during the live Muvi Tv debates. Political analysts gave PF overall win particularly over the MMD and UPND candidates. Guy Scott battled with MMD’s Muhabi Lungu to share the spoils for Lusaka Central. Jean Kapata trounced over MMD’s Dr Canicius Banda […]

Catholic Priests Defend PF’s ‘FightBack’ Call

Catholic Priest, Father Richard Luonde, has come to the defence of Patriotic Front Spokesperson Winter Kabimba over his call to members to retaliate if provoked. Father Luonde says Mr. Kabimba’s statements could not have come from without but because the MMD is in the forefront of perpetrating violence citing a number of past violent incidences. […]

CSO’s Downplay Synovate Poll Predictions

Two Civil Society Organizations and one political party have dismissed an opinion poll that was released by Synovate research Company in Lusaka predicting victory for Republican President Rupiah Banda in the forthcoming general elections. Anti Voter Apathy Project Executive Director Bonnie Tembo has told Qfm radio that Zambia has not reached a level of having […]

TIZ : Cancellation Of UPG Contract Possible

Transparency International Zambia chapter (TIZ) says cancellation of the UPG contract for the printing ballot papers is a possible option following the corruption allegations leveled against the company. TIZ president Rueben Lifuka has told a media briefing in Lusaka today that contrary to the Electoral Commission of Zambia’s position ruling out the cancellation of the […]

Gaddafi flees Tripoli HQ ransacked by rebels

A beleaguered Muammar Gaddafi vowed on Wednesday to fight on to death or victory after jubilant rebels forced him to abandon his Tripoli stronghold in an apparently decisive blow against the Libyan leader’s 42-year rule. Rebels ransacked Gaddafi’s Bab al-Aziziya bastion, seizing arms and smashing symbols of a ruler whose fall will transform Libya and […]

Breaking News : Sata’s Kitwe Visit Cause ‘Noise Pollution’ As More Than 8,000 Whistles And RedCards Are Sold Out

Opposition Patriotic Front Party strongman, Micheal Sata, is today in Kitwe on the Copperbelt Province expected to hold a campaign rally at freedom park in parklands area. The PF’s strongman’s visit in Kitwe town has caused ‘Noise Pollution’ with call-boys from the stations and PF sympathizers whitsling, hooting and singing solidarity songs for the PF […]

BREAKING NEWS : Bishop Paul Duffy Has Died

Former Catholic Diocese Of Mongu Bishop, Paul Francis Duffy has died. Bishop Paul Duffy died around 18:00 hrs Zambian time in America, the late Catholic Bishop Duffy ministered in Western province until he retired less than a year ago. He fought injustice, helped the poor and spoke for the voiceless. He was born on 25-07-1932 […]

RB’s Commissioning Of Unfinished Toilets Worry Kitwe’s Wusakile Residents

Some Wusakile Residents in Kitwe on the Copperbelt are not happy with President Rupiah Banda’s move to commission unfinished toilets that are being constructed by the Nkana Water and Sewerage Company. The residents say President Banda should have waited for the project to finish. Some residents have in this vain expressed doubt as to whether […]

More Than Fifty Make Shifts Stalls Gutted

Goods worth millions of kwacha were early this morning destroyed by the fire that gutted Makeshift market stalls along Lumumba road near the Lusaka City market. More than fifty shops were burnt in the infernal that is assumed to have been caused by a short circuit. Cephas Simwanza who is one of the affected people […]