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Date: 6 June, 2020. 03:39:04

Misisi, Kuku, Blue water dam sold

  The PF government has sold MISISI and KUKU compound in Chawama Constituency to foreign investor Dimitris Limited and it is earmarked for demolition. Residents feel disappointed and betrayed by the PF government for giving out the land to a for...

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Published on 2017-02-22 16:54:49 via Zambian Watchdog

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Zamleather marks China milestone export

Zambeef Product’s leather division, Zamleather, has exported its 100th container of ‘wet blue’ tanned leather to Beijing in China. The milestone was reached as the company recently signed a contract worth over US$330,000 for the sup...

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Published on 2017-02-22 15:46:03 via Zambian Eye

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Mutharika fires agro minister over Zambian maize scandal

Malawian President Peter Mutharika has fired his Minister of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development Dr George Chaponda over the maize scandal involving Dora Siliya and Edgar Lungu in Zambia. According to a letter dated 22nd February 2017 and s...

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Published on 2017-02-22 14:29:33 via Zambian Watchdog

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Senegal,Cameroun early arrival not our cost – FAZ

Football Association of Zambia – FAZ General Secretary Ponga Liwewe has said that his association will not be responsible for the accommodation and other costs of the under 20 foreign teams that will arrive earlier than 23rd Febr...

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Published on 2017-02-22 10:06:14 via Zambian Watchdog

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LAZ and UPND join petition on Lungu’s third term

The Law Association of Zambia (LAZ) has joined the case in which four PF-aligned political parties have petitioned the Constitutional Court to interpret the constitution with regards to President Edgar Lungu’s eligibility to contest the 2021 el...

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Published on 2017-02-22 1:53:42 via Zambian Eye

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Now Mutati says there will be suffering in next 3 years

Barely a week after lying that the country has recovered from poverty and has excess money, MMD’s Felix Mutati says Zambia will have serious financial pressure in the next three years. Mutati, the PF minister of Finance says the country is curr...

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Published on 2017-02-21 7:52:52 via Zambian Watchdog

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FAZ struggling with FIFA order to embrace gays

Lusaka – A proposal by Zambian football authorities to ban discrimination against gays and lesbians has kicked off a dispute over homosexuality, which is illegal in the country and widely seen as immoral. The new draft constitution of the Footb...

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Published on 2017-02-21 6:54:00 via Zambian Watchdog

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Time is more powerful than you says Kambwili

Former Minister of Information and one of the founder members of the ruling Patriotic Front Chishimba Kambwili has written the following message on his Facebook page: If a bird is alive it eats ants,...

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Published on 2017-02-21 23:32:08 via Zambian Eye

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LAZ, UPND and General Miyanda join petition on Lungu’s third term bid

The Law Association of Zambia (LAZ) has joined the case in which four briefcase opposition parties have petitioned the Constitutional Court to interpret the constitution whether it allows Edgar Lungu to contest the 2021 elections. And the United Part...

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Published on 2017-02-21 13:50:22 via Zambian Watchdog

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Mukuba and Kwame Nkrumah University boards desolved

Government has paid over 70 million Kwacha to contractors engaged to upgraded infrastructure at public universities countrywide. Minister of Higher Education Nkando Luo  says the contractors engaged for civil works at public colleges have been p...

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Published on 2017-02-21 13:46:11 via GENERAL NEWS – Lusaka Voice

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No money to buy ammunition, military stores angers soldiers

Soldiers are worried annoyed that President Edgar Lungu and his Vice Inonge Wina are busy and aimlessly flying and spending money for Lungu’s third term bid but neglecting to stock the army stores. A report generated by the Ordinance directorat...

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Published on 2017-02-21 11:19:50 via Zambian Watchdog

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Mboozi betrayed the Post for K200,000

Treacherous former Post newspaper journalist Abel Mboozi has so far been paid K100,000 from the K200,000 he was promised if he cooperates in the scheme to terminate his former employer Fred M’membe and the crooks using him may soon end up dumpi...

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Published on 2017-02-21 10:27:09 via Zambian Watchdog

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MMD fortunes dwindle in Luangwa district

The MMD in Luangwa says the party’s fortunes in the district has significantly dwindled and that party risked going into oblivion if measures are not put in place to revive it. Speaking during a district meeting with the Party National Secretar...

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Published on 2017-02-21 0:14:06 via GENERAL NEWS – Lusaka Voice

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Traitor Journalist Mboozi exposed

This is the treacherous journalist Abel Mboozi who sold Fred M’membe, his wife and the employees at the Post and Mast newspapers by conniving with crooked lawyer and Post liquidator Lewis Mosho. At one time Mboozi was jobless after being fired...

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Published on 2017-02-20 8:58:55 via Zambian Watchdog

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Parliament resumes sitting

Parliament is scheduled to resume sittings this week on Tuesday for a session that will last five weeks.   Government chief whip Richard Musukwa said that during the session, government is expected to push forward over 10 bills in the House amon...

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Published on 2017-02-20 21:58:54 via Zambian Eye

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