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Date: 18 February, 2019. 08:23:33

Don’t put the country on fire

By Lilian Mukaya   Currently the population of Zambia is about 16, 452 896. Almost 5million people voted which means the non voters are more than  people who voted, just because you voted, it doesn’t make you more Zambian than those w...

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Published on 2016-08-24 12:45:02 via Zambian Eye

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IBA is wrong to close Muvi TV, Komboni and Itezhi Tezhi radio stations

Losing Lusaka mayoral candidate Fisho Mwale has condemned the closure of the largest privately-owned television station Muvi TV and two radio stations, Komboni and Itezhi Tezhi Radio by the Independent Broadcasting Authority (IBA). And Mwale question...

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Published on 2016-08-24 11:34:11 via Zambian Eye

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Ignore leaders who killed  referendum-ZRP

ZAMBIANS should brace themselves for worse things to come if the same people who derailed the referendum are allowed to rule the country in future because they have now shown what they stand for, the Zambia Republican Party (ZRP) has said. ZRP pre...

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Published on 2016-08-24 11:12:50 via Home News – Daily Nation

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Lungu stand down calls legally flawed, says Mvunga

IT IS wishful thinking for any individual to suggest that the President must step down because there is an election petition in court, as there is nowhere in the Zambian Constitution where it says a Head of State must step down whenever there is a...

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Published on 2016-08-24 11:09:55 via Court News – Daily Nation

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I don’t want to see HH, says Lungu

Forged President Edgar Lungu says he does not want to see United Party for National Development (UPND) leader Hakainde Hichilema. And Lungu has blamed the fire that gutted Bauleni market on the UPND just as the Watchdog had reported before Lungu visi...

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Published on 2016-08-24 11:04:33 via Zambian Watchdog

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Judge Mulembe exposed

  CONSTITUTIONAL Court judge Enock Mulembe is a close friend and ally of suspended Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Mutembo Nchito for whom he stayed the decision by President Edgar Lungu to dismiss him (Nchito), it has been learnt. Acco...

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Published on 2016-08-24 10:55:49 via Court News – Daily Nation

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Invest in renewable energy, Sinkamba tells Govt

  GREEN Party president Peter Sinkamba has advised Government to invest in low cost renewable energy generation systems such as solar and wind to ensure that there is sufficient and affordable power supply in the country. In an interview with...

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Published on 2016-08-24 10:54:49 via Home News – Daily Nation

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Barclays Cup prize slashed

    BARCLAYS Bank Zambia has reduced its sponsorship package for the 2016 Barclays Cup tournament which kicks off on September 11 from the K2.2 million paid last year to K1.5 million. During the draw conducted at Taj Pamdozi Hotel in Lus...

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Published on 2016-08-24 10:46:34 via Sport – Daily Nation

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Attorney General joins presidential petition

ATTORNEY General Likando Kalaluka (left) has been joined to the presidential petition in which the United Party for National Development (UPND) has challenged the election of President Lungu and his running mate Inonge Wina in the Constitutional...

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Published on 2016-08-24 10:41:22 via GENERAL NEWS – Lusaka Voice

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ECZ continues changing figures

  Good morning. I just hope UPND has something else outside a recount to strongly push these idiots on the wall. I have received information from friends and relatives on how they are redoing GEN12 to agree with the new coocked figures. They are...

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Published on 2016-08-24 10:03:28 via Zambian Watchdog

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MISA and MLC meet IBA, demand immediate reopening of media houses

We are disappointed with the decision of the Independent Broadcasting Authority (IBA) to suspend licenses for Muvi TV, Komboni and Itezhi Tezhi Radio citing professional misconduct and threats to national security. It is our view that the said suspen...

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Published on 2016-08-24 1:33:28 via Zambian Eye

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Bauleni Market burnt

Tambalala market in Bauleni has been gutted by fire. Among the affected stores is a storage room for Salaula and a timber shed which have been burnt to ashes. PF officials in the market are currently preparing a statement to accuse UPND supporters of...

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Published on 2016-08-23 9:35:12 via Zambian Watchdog

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HH calls for peace, unity and development

UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema has called for peace, unity and development following the August 2016 elections and says he will not be used as a scapegoat for bringing divisions in the country. Stressing the importance of remaining peaceful at this s...

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Published on 2016-08-23 9:21:30 via Zambian Eye

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Android and iOS dominate 99% of the smartphone world

Technology research and advisory company Gartner has shared a report that shows that the shipments of phones in the 2nd quarter of 2016 totaled 344 million, increasing by 4.3% compared to the same...

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Published on 2016-08-23 9:18:22 via TechTrends Zambia

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YALI demands reopening of Muvi TV, Komboni Radio and Itezhi Tezhi Radio

The Young African Leaders Initiative has advised the Independent Broadcasting Authority to rescind its decision and allow Muvi Television, Komboni Radio and Itezhi Tezhi Radio stations to continue operating. And YALI is disappointed with the decision...

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Published on 2016-08-23 8:40:42 via Zambian Eye

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