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Date: 21 October, 2018. 18:32:44

UPND hits Bauleni

UPND Bauleni Compound rally this afternoon.

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Published on 2016-06-30 20:07:50 via Zambian Watchdog

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Emirates completes 33 aircraft makeovers in 12 months

The Emirates Aircraft Appearance Centre, the world’s largest aircraft painting facility owned by an airline, has completely stripped and repainted 33 aircraft last year, or 13% of its fleet. During the year, Emirates gave a fresh coat of paint...

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Published on 2016-06-30 18:53:41 via Zambian Eye

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Chimese and Muma determined to abuse ZAF to rig elections

There in no doubt that the Air Commander Eric Chimese and his deputy David Muma are working with Edgar Lungu to rig the August 11 general elections. Both Eric and David are ill qualified to occupy positions they do and will go to lengths to appease t...

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Published on 2016-06-30 18:29:45 via Zambian Watchdog

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Copa Coca-Cola schools football tournament returns

School children from across the country stand the chance of football stardom with the launch of the 2016 COPA Coca-Cola grassroots school football tournament – now in its 23rd year. COPA Coca-Cola is the premier grassroots football tournament s...

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Published on 2016-06-30 17:56:32 via Zambian Eye

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UPND to use PVT on August 11

The opposition United Party for National Development says it will use Parallel Vote Tabulation in the August 11. Party spokesperson Charles Kakoma said the party would use PVT as part of what they are calling vote protection. Kakoma said that party h...

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Published on 2016-06-30 16:49:56 via Zambian Eye

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…but US believes M’membe was beaten

By Nation Reporter THE United States believes that Post Newspaper proprietor Fred M’membe, his wife Mutinta and deputy managing editor Joseph Mwenda were beaten by the police on the day the trio were arrested. US Department of State Assistan...

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Published on 2016-06-30 16:15:27 via Daily Nation » Home News

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Matero Constituency aspiring candidates promise development

ASPIRING parliamentary candidates for Matero Constituency have promised to transform the compound into a modern area and address the poor sanitary conditions once. The candidates contesting the seat are Lloyd Kaziya (PF), Sydney Sikanyika (FDD), P...

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Published on 2016-06-30 15:17:11 via Daily Nation » Home News

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Crocodiles pose great danger, says Sinazongwe chief

THE Department of National Parks and Wildlife (DWNP) should find means of cropping crocodiles on Lake Kariba because the alligators have increased in number and are killing my people, Chief Sinazongwe has said. The traditional leader said the relu...

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Published on 2016-06-30 15:00:01 via Daily Nation » Home News

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UPND to use PVT in August elections

The opposition United Party for National Development says it will use Parallel Vote Tabulation in the August 11. Party spokesperson Charles Kakoma said the party would use PVT as part of what they are calling vote protection. Kakoma said that party h...

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Published on 2016-06-30 13:43:25 via Zambian Eye

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PF benefiting from fertilizer imports-GBM

The outgoing PF government does not want Nitrogen Chemicals to operate at full capacity because they are benefiting from corruption through importation of fertilizer, UPND presidential running mate Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba (GBM) has charged. Speaking w...

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Published on 2016-06-30 13:39:59 via Zambian Watchdog

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The Post is being constitutionally being discriminated sgainst by ZRA

By Munyonzwe Hamalengwa, Ph.D. Is The Post being constitutionally discriminated against by the Zambia revenue authority(ZRA)? In terms of the true state of facts, only The Post and ZRA know what these are. Their lawyers of course know. State house kn...

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Published on 2016-06-30 12:46:23 via Zambian Eye

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Facebook bringing family and friends in your face

Facebook has made changes to your newsfeed to let you see posts by family and friends first. (Yes, those two drunkards got married, and that couple had their 5th baby,...

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Published on 2016-06-30 12:31:28 via TechTrends Zambia

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HH says violence must end

  The unprecedented political thuggery and violence currently going on in our country must be stopped immediately. It has no place in our society and is self destructive. The heinous crimes being experienced, especially against women in Zambia,...

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Published on 2016-06-30 12:26:42 via Zambian Watchdog

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Police finally locate “ChiChi” and Interview Her

POLICE deputy spokesperson Rae Hamoonga says that police have been able to locate and interview the woman who was sexually assaulted by seemingly drunk men. Deputy police spokesperson Rae Hamoonga said in a statement that, “police have man head...

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Published on 2016-06-30 12:01:37 via Mwebantu New Media » Lifestyle

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No, your Facebook posts won’t go public tomorrow or any other day!

If you’ve been seeing posts from your Facebook friends warning you about posts going public even if you had deleted old ones, you’re smart for not believing it. If you...

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Published on 2016-06-30 11:52:27 via TechTrends Zambia

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