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 […]

Nawakwi Hails NGOCC

Forum for Democracy and Development (FDD) president Edith Nawakwi has welcomed the pledge by Non- Governmental Organization Coordinating Council (NGOCC) to support female candidates who are contesting the September 20 general elections. Ms. Nawakwi, who is vying for the presidency on her party ticket, says the decision by the NGOCC shows how practical women can […]

Gaddafi son rallies loyalists for Tripoli fightback

Gaddafi son rallies loyalists for Tripoli fightback

  A son of Muammar Gaddafi, previously reported captured, made a surprise appearance with jubilant supporters in Tripoli overnight, urging loyalists to fight off rebels who say they control most of the Libyan capital. Saif al-Islam, seen as his father’s chosen successor, visited the Tripoli hotel where foreign journalists are staying to declare that the […]

Kabwata Race To Manda Hill : Its Machungwa Vs The People – Lubinda

Kabwata Race To Manda Hill : Its Machungwa Vs The People – Lubinda

Kabwata Patriotic Front parliamentary aspirant Given Lubinda says the parliamentary contest in the area is between MMD’s Peter Machungwa and the residents. Mr. Lubinda, who is past immediate area parliamentarian, says the 72, 000 voters in the constituency are also wondering why the MMD would import an individual with a record of 20 years of […]

Kabonde : Zambia Police Is Ready To Investigate FODEP President’s Fraud

The Zambia police says it has not received any formal request to investigate FODEP president Dr Alex Ngoma for being in possession of a ballot paper at the Universal Printing Company in Durban South Africa. Inspector General of Police Francis Kabonde says the police are ready to investigate the matter if formally requested by the […]

Presidetial Ballot Papers Printed

Five point five million presidential ballots have been printed, and Universal Print Group projects manager Vik Vaid has told journalists that printing of the ballots which started on Tuesday August 16, 2011 was completed on Monday at 10:00hrs Mr Vaid has also said thirty seven National Assembly constituency ballot papers have been printed so far. […]