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Date: 23 March, 2019. 10:57:23

Fail constitution making at own peril

By Andrew Kalima – IT is suicidal for various stakeholders and political parties to ignore their calling role to participate in the refining of the country’s constitution. Many commentators have expressed concern that some political parti...

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Published on 2019-03-23 9:44:22 via Times of Zambia

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Zambia Takes on Namibia

The Zambia National Team take on Namibia this evening (Saturday) at National Heroes Stadium in a Group K Africa Cup of Nations qualifier. Caretaker coach Aggrey Chiyangi has summoned seven foreign based players for the encounter and will be hoping...

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Published on 2019-03-23 9:21:05 via Zambia Reports

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6 Months No Pay: Kitwe Zampost Workers Protest

Unionised Workers at the Zambia Postal Services (Zampost) Kitwe Branch have gone on a sit in protest, demanding payment of their six months’ salary arrears. A check at premises revealed that offices remained closed while unionised workers wh...

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Published on 2019-03-23 8:45:45 via Zambia Reports

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More government departments not funded, no salaries

  By Radio Phoenix Workers at six other government owned institutions have gone unpaid for more than two months in what seems to be a financial crisis that has hit the government. Among the affected institutions include, the Natio...

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Published on 2019-03-23 8:12:53 via Zambian Watchdog

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The Supreme Court is embarrassing

The Supreme Court tried to climb down a little in convicting and sentencing Bishop John Mambo by fining him K25,000 or nine months in prison. As we have stated before, the way the Supreme Court has handled these contempt of court proce...

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Published on 2019-03-22 7:15:53 via Zambian Watchdog

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Tutwa Asks Speaker to Rule on Nkombo’s ‘Zesco’ Letter Presentation in Parliament

Patriotic Front Deputy parliamentary Chief Whip Tutwa Ngulube has asked Speaker of the National Assembly Dr Patrick Matibini to make “a serious ruling” on whether or not UPND Mazabuka member of parliament Garry Nkombo can be referred t...

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Published on 2019-03-22 6:44:06 via Zambia Reports

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Drought and Flooding Not a National Disaster, says Veep

Vice-President Inonge Wina says government has no intentions of declaring the current drought and flooding in some parts of the country a national  disaster. During the question for oral answer session in Parliament this morning, Vice-Preside...

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Published on 2019-03-22 19:37:28 via Zambia Reports

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Government contractor gave Minister Chitotela $300000 – Witness

WHO IS LUNGU C?!! *Remember we told you last year how lawyers are used to launder money for government officials and businessmen m An administration manager at First National Bank (FNB) has testified in the Lusaka Magistrates’ Co...

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Published on 2019-03-22 18:08:24 via Zambian Watchdog

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Tembo wants Lungu subjected to mental exams.

PATRIOTS for Economic Progress president Sean Tembo says mental illness is just like any other illness and must not be stigmatised. He says the matter of the President’s mental fitness needs to be addressed in a sober and candid manner, without...

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Published on 2019-03-22 17:01:48 via The Mast Online

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Tembo wants Lungu subjected to mental exams.

PATRIOTS for Economic Progress president Sean Tembo says mental illness is just like any other illness and must not be stigmatised. He says the matter of the President’s mental fitness needs to be addressed in a sober and candid manner, without...

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Published on 2019-03-22 17:01:48 via Politics – The Mast Online

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Unity Finance launches UniApp mobile app

Unity Finance has launched the second phase of it’s exciting mobile application called the UniApp aimed at improving customer experience and ease of access to financial loans and services. Speaking yesterday at the launch event held in Lusaka,...

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Published on 2019-03-22 16:49:35 via Techtrends Zambia

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Unity Finance launches UniApp mobile USSD app

Unity Finance has launched the second phase of it’s exciting mobile application called the UniApp aimed at improving customer experience and ease of access to financial loans and services. Speaking yesterday at the launch event held in Lusaka,...

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Published on 2019-03-22 16:49:35 via Techtrends Zambia

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UPND MPs lawyer asks ConCourt to dismiss petition against their Lungu speech boycott

LAWYER for 44 UPND members of parliament has told the Constitutional Court that their renewed application to dismiss a petition by Richard Mumba for the court to declare that they breached the law when they shunned President Edgar Lungu’s addre...

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Published on 2019-03-22 16:39:17 via Court news – The Mast Online

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Tanzanian, Zambian get 8yrs over 24 kgs of cocaine

  THE Lusaka Magistrates’ Court has sentenced two men who trafficked in 24 kilogrammes of cocaine from Tanzania to Zambia to eight years 10 months with hard labour. This was the same cocaine that went missing last August and six judiciary...

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Published on 2019-03-22 15:38:28 via The Mast Online

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Tanzanian, Zambian get 8yrs over 24 kgs of cocaine

  THE Lusaka Magistrates’ Court has sentenced two men who trafficked in 24 kilogrammes of cocaine from Tanzania to Zambia to eight years 10 months with hard labour. This was the same cocaine that went missing last August and six judiciary...

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Published on 2019-03-22 15:38:28 via Court news – The Mast Online

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