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Date: 16 June, 2019. 00:43:54

Komboni Radio, MUVI TV, Radio Itezhi Tezhi licenses suspended

The Independent Broadcasting Authority (IBA) has with immediate effect suspended broadcasting licenses for Muvi TV, Komboni Radio and Radio Itezhi Tezhi. IBA Board Chairperson Retired Brigadier General Justin Mutale has told a media briefing in Lusak...

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Published on 2016-08-23 1:10:12 via MAIN NEWS – Lusaka Voice

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UPND threaten DC Chanda Kabwe

  KITWE district commissioner Chanda Kabwe has been threatened with expulsion from the Copperbelt should the Constitutional Court nullify President Edgar Lungu’s re-election and install UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema to the presidency....

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Published on 2016-08-22 9:57:28 via Home News – Daily Nation

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PF cadres to demonstrate against constitutional court

PF cadres in Lusaka town centre are being mobilised to demonstrate and intimidate the Constitutional Court. There is currently no president in Zambia as Edgar Lungu’s mandate expired on 11 August 2016. He would have been allowed to continue in...

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Published on 2016-08-22 9:56:03 via Zambian Watchdog

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Loadshedding leaves Lukulu govt offices in ashes

  The building housing offices for the District Commissioner, department of social welfare, magistrate courts, DAO and other departments in Lukulu have been burnt following an electrical fault triggered by load shedding. According to government...

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Published on 2016-08-22 8:50:10 via Zambian Watchdog

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Juvenile dies in bush fire, Police say

A MALE juvenile identified as Osward Changwe, aged 10years has been burnt to death in the Bush fire. Police Spokesperson Rae Hamoonga has told the media in a statement issued in Lusaka that the incident occurred on August 18, 2016 at around 16:00hrs...

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Published on 2016-08-22 8:42:45 via Mwebantu New Media » Local Courts and Police News

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Juvenile dies in bush fire, Police say

A MALE juvenile identified as Osward Changwe, aged 10years has been burnt to death in the Bush fire. Police Spokesperson Rae Hamoonga has told the media in a statement issued in Lusaka that the incident occurred on August 18, 2016 at around 16:00hrs...

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Published on 2016-08-22 8:42:45 via Mwebantu New Media

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Verification of Ballot Papers Account Form progressing well, says Alex Mwansa

LUSAKA District Electoral Officer (DEO) Alex Mwansa says the verification of Ballot Paper Account forms which started on Saturday, 20th August, 2016, is progressing well and all stakeholders are happy with the process. Mr. Mwansa said the exercise wh...

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Published on 2016-08-22 8:26:37 via Mwebantu New Media » Political

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PF thugs burn government offices in Lukulu

Thugs sponsored by PF on Saturday night burnt ministry of agriculture offices in Lukulu district in Western province, and were quickly moved out of the area but Edgar Lungu has now directed police to arrest innocent citizens and frame them with the c...

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Published on 2016-08-22 6:48:38 via Zambian Watchdog

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Power thrash Lusaka Dynamos

Power Dynamos got back to winning ways with a comfortable 4-1 victory over Lusaka Dynamos at Arthur Davies Stadium on Sunday afternoon. The victory came on the back of a humiliating 4-0 defeat to Zesco United on Thursday. Daka opened the scoring in t...

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Published on 2016-08-22 4:44:40 via Zambian Eye

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The folly and danger of blind loyalty!

By Brig. Gen. Godfrey Miyanda  The misleading and dangerous statement by Mr Tutwa Ngulube, the PF Legal Advisor that “the inauguration of President-Elect Lungu should go on, with or without the petition” (Lusaka Times date 19th Augus...

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Published on 2016-08-22 23:36:36 via Zambian Eye

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Lungu intensifies state of emergency plans

Forged President Edgar Lungu has intensified his plans to call for a state of emergency. This is after realising that he is losing all the court cases. According to sources within state house, Lungu has planned that there must be bloodshed...

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Published on 2016-08-22 23:20:37 via Zambian Watchdog

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PF thugs attempt to kill Kitwe businessman

A Kitwe businessman only identified as Mr Mancolios has survived an assassination attempt by Patriotic Front (PF) cadres. And quick police action saved Post Newspaper offices in Kitwe from being burnt by PF thugs on Monday morning. The businessman of...

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Published on 2016-08-22 22:55:39 via Zambian Watchdog

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Joseph Cardinal Mazombwe foundation formed

A Foundation to celebrate and promote what late Joseph Cardinal Mazombwe stood for has been formed and registered in Zambia. Foundation Chairperson Brigadier General Emeldah Chola has announced the development in Lusaka. Speaking at the grave site of...

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Published on 2016-08-22 22:39:24 via Zambian Eye

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The Post advise to Muvi TV: Prepare a long winding battle

The Post Newspapers News Editor Joseph Mwenda has advised Muvi Television staff to brace themselves for difficult times ahead following Independent Broadca...

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Published on 2016-08-22 21:50:44 via Zambian Eye

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Lungu should not spoil Zambia’s peace – Daily Nation of Kenya

Zambia is one of few African countries that have managed to avoid political havoc and wars in most sub-Sahara countries in nearly six decades. Current events in that country will show whether the country will maintain that reputation. That’s be...

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Published on 2016-08-22 19:54:44 via Zambian Watchdog

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