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Kwacha goes down again

  ||    31 March 2014
Five Kwacha The Zambian currency has continued losing value against major currencies standing at worthless levels of 1 USD = 6,410.00 ZMK today as monitored by XE Currency Converter.

Harrington to challenge Masebo’s Tribunal findings in High Court

  ||    29 March 2014
Syliva Masebo with Guy Scott Former Transport and Communications Minister in the MMD government William Harrington will on Monday March, 31, challenge the findings of the tribunal that was appointed to probe Former Tourism Minister Sylvia Masebo.

Investors who bought Zambia’s first Eurobond in huge losses

  ||    29 March 2014
gondwe Zambia will have to convince burned investors it remains an attractive credit as it markets its second bond in the international capital markets, according to International Financial Review Magazine. Investors on its debut issue have suffered losses as the country’s fiscal deficit has jumped, Treasury yields have risen and copper prices have continued to retreat.

HH tells Sata how he was elected UPND leaders, now waits for answers on illegality of Chief Justice

  ||    16 July 2013
HH tells Sata how he was elected UPND leaders, now waits for answers on illegality of Chief Justice 2009: Sata congratulating HH at UPND mini convention United Party for National Development (UPND) president Hakainde Hichilema has explained to President Michael Sata’s how he was elected UPND president in 2006 and 2009.

M’membe and his puppet Sata connive to jail Nevers Mumba

  ||    16 July 2013
M’membe and his  puppet Sata connive to jail Nevers Mumba Patriotic Front chief propagandist Fred M’membe has overtly instituted contempt proceedings against opposition Movement for Multi-Party Democracy leader Dr Nevers Mumba in a bid to quell the intense criticism against Supreme Court Chief Justice Lombe Chibesakunda.

Disgraced? Sata wont attend Chitimukulu’s burial in Mungwi

  ||    16 July 2013
Disgraced? Sata wont attend Chitimukulu’s burial in Mungwi President Michael Sata will not attend the burial Mass for  late paramount Chief Chitimukulu Mwango Chilufya Chitapankwa (III) scheduled for today due to the embarrassment he faced after being told off by the Bemba chiefs when he tried to muzzle into their traditional affairs.

Wasting taxi-payers money: Scott arrives in Lesotho to attend a party

  ||    16 July 2013
Wasting taxi-payers money: Scott arrives in Lesotho to attend a party Scott likes dancing At Zambian Taxi-payers expense, ceremonial vice President Guy Scott has arrived in Lesotho to celebrate the 50th birthday anniversary of King Letsie III of this country tomorrow, July 17, 2013.

Finally Anglican Church discards womanising priest Luonde

  ||    15 July 2013
Finally Anglican Church discards womanising priest Luonde The Anglican Church has replaced embattled St Peter’s priest-inj-charge in Kitwe Father Richard Luonde, who was locked out by parishioners. Anglican archbishop Albert Chama replaced Fr Luonde with William Chisanga who was vicar-general.

Sata calls press conference to shout at Minister, creates new position at state House

  ||    15 July 2013
Sata calls press conference to shout at Minister, creates new position at state House President Michael Sata has rebuked Foreign Affairs Minister,Effron Lungu for writing him a letter and copying it to Foreign Affairs Permanent Secretary, Margaret Miyoba. Sata childishly said he tore the said letter. And Sata has created another position at State House for his cadres. The position is called permanent Secretary for State House.

Winner of K2.4 billion lotto says 10% to God, narrates her poor past

  ||    14 July 2013
Winner of K2.4 billion lotto says 10% to God, narrates her poor past ELIZABETH Mubanga, 20, the lucky winner of the staggering K2.4 million Zambian Lotto, says she will give 10 percent [K240,000] of her riches to God. “First of all, I will give 10 percent of it as tithe to the Lord,” she said.
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