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Date: 16 July, 2019. 08:05:28

GOD CAN’T CHOOSE A DRUNKARD TO LEAD PEOPLE-KABIMBA

Rainbow Party leader Wynter Kabimba has charged that God can not choose a drunkard out of all people to lead the nation. ‘I don’t think God can find a man drunk with a bottle of whisky in his hands and He chooses him to lead the people,&r...

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Published on 2016-04-06 16:09:39 via Zambian Intelligence News

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Kambwili says Guy Scott is foolish

Chief Government Spokesman Chishimba Kambwili has charged that he is feeling ashamed that he once worked with a person who is politically foolish like Dr Guy Scott.   “I am going to issue this statement with a heavy heart in that I hold Dr...

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Published on 2016-04-06 15:51:49 via Zambian Eye

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Lungu orders police to arrest chief Munkonge

  President Edgar Lungu has ordered police to arrest Chief Mukonge of Northern Province and accused him of some ‘fake’ issues of tradition in the area. Chief Mukonge is among the traditional leaders that visited and offered solidarit...

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Published on 2016-04-06 15:45:27 via Zambian Watchdog

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I am PF, UPND -GBM

‘‘THE State appeal against the High Court judgment which allowed me to go back to Parliament as Patriotic Front Member of Parliament despite being opposition UPND vice president lacks merit and should not cause the overturning of the judg...

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Published on 2016-04-06 14:13:38 via Lusaka Voice » GENERAL NEWS

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If Sata was alive, I would be a full Cabinet minister-Sampa

“IF President Michael Sata was still alive today I would be a full Cabinet minister by now,” Democratic Front (DF) leader Miles Sampa said yesterday at his residence in Lusaka. Speaking at a press briefing, Mr Sampa said he was a hard wor...

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Published on 2016-04-06 13:20:08 via Lusaka Voice » GENERAL NEWS

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I AM PF, UPND -GBM

  ‘‘THE State appeal against the High Court judgment which allowed me to go back to Parliament as Patriotic Front Member of Parliament despite being opposition UPND vice president lacks merit and should not cause the overturning o...

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Published on 2016-04-06 12:57:10 via Daily Nation » Home News

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Shepolopolo in tricky Harare tie

  ZAMBIA women national soccer team will this afternoon aim to solidify their berth at 2016 Cameroun Africa Women’s Championship (AWC) finals when they face Zimbabwe in a second qualification round in Harare. The Shepolopolo are two leg...

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Published on 2016-04-06 12:47:22 via Daily Nation » Sport

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Ex-ZAF chief appeals 5-year jail term to Supreme Court

  By Nation Reporter FORMER Zambia Air Force (ZAF) commander Andrew Sakala, who was convicted and sentenced to five years imprisonment  for stealing K1.5 million money which was meant for special operations prior to the 2011 general elec...

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Published on 2016-04-06 12:41:47 via Daily Nation » Court News

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Gunfire sustained in the capital

By Lisa Bwalya Today marks exactly 22 years since Sabrine and I last plaited each other’s hair. That night on April 6, suddenly, things turned upside down. I recall events as though it happened yesterday. I hear the sounds, I see the images and...

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Published on 2016-04-06 12:19:33 via Zambian Eye

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God can’t choose a drunkard to lead people-Kabimba

Rainbow Party leader Wynter Kabimba has charged that God can not choose a drunkard out of all people to lead the nation. ‘I don’t think God can find a man drunk with a bottle of whisky in his hands and He chooses him to lead the people,&r...

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Published on 2016-04-06 12:19:08 via Zambian Watchdog

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Chaminuka Wildlife Estate: Own a peice of Zambia’s finest Nature Reserve on the outskirts of Lusaka

The development of CWE aims to give Lusaka a vibrant new alternative residential heart with things to do for adults and children. Create a world-class wildlife estate development to complement the existing facilities at Chaminuka Lodge that will act...

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Published on 2016-04-06 11:30:53 via Mwebantu New Media

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Mazhandu Family Bus Services reassures Customers

Mazhandu Family Bus Services has reassured it’s customers that it is committed to ensuring the company’s buses are road worthy and all safety precautions are adhered to by it’s drivers. Conveying message of condolences to the family...

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Published on 2016-04-06 11:10:03 via Zambian Eye

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Dismissal of case against Kenya’s Ruto huge blow to ICC

The decision by the International Criminal Court (ICC) to “terminate” charges against Kenya’s Deputy President William Ruto and a co-accused radio journalist effectively brings to an end the international efforts to pursue justice f...

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Published on 2016-04-06 10:21:25 via Zambian Eye

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MINISTER FORRIE TEMBO IMPLICATED IN MAIZE SMUGGLING, 21 TRUCKS IMPOUNDED ALONG MOZAMBIQUE BORDER

Deputy Minister of Information and Broadcasting Forrie Raisi Tembo has been implicated in the smuggling of 21 trucks loaded with maize to Mozambique. Tembo is the Member of Parliament (MP) for Nyimba. The Police, Zambia National Service and OP interc...

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Published on 2016-04-06 10:13:40 via Zambian Intelligence News

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South Africa’s Jacob Zuma survives Nkandla impeachment vote

Parliament in South Africa has voted not to impeach President Jacob Zuma, despite a court ruling against him. The governing African National Congress (ANC) defeated the opposition-sponsored motion, saying Mr Zuma was not guilty of “serious misc...

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Published on 2016-04-06 1:29:52 via Zambian Eye

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