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Kalaba: Some People Have Misunderstood My Silence

  ||    17 January 2018
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Kambwili: NDC is NOT a Bemba Political Party And Will Never Be

  ||    17 January 2018
National Democratic Congress NDC consultant Dr. Chishimba kambwili says the newly formed party is not and will never be a bemba political grouping.

Police Teargas Rioting Marketeers

  ||    16 January 2018
State House to demand an audience with President Edgar Lungu on the continued closure of businesses.

UPND Asks Govt To Set Up Commission Of Inquiry In ‘Unfair Dismissals’

  ||    16 January 2018
The opposition UPND has called on President Edgar Lungu to set up a commission of inquiry to ascertain the dismissals and retirements in “national interest” for the civil servants in the country.

The Downfall Of President Edgar Lungu

  ||    15 January 2018
One need not to be a rocket-scientist to ascertain the end of one’s political journey. It is no secret that the rate at which the Patriotic Front (PF) is expelling members is a sign of political decline.

HH Demands That Govt Compensates All Street Vendors

  ||    15 January 2018
The United Party for Nation Development (UPND) Leader Hakainde Hichilema has demanded that government compensates all street venders who were recently removed from the streets.

I Was Used,Dumped by HH-Munkombwe…But Pres. Lungu Saved My Life

  ||    14 January 2018
FORMER Southern province Minister Daniel Munkombwe says he will forever remain indebted to President Lungu who facilitated for his evacuation by government in South Africa following an illness which threatened his life.

Chipolopolo Face Uganda In CHAN Opener Today

  ||    14 January 2018
Zambia seeks a solid start in their 2018 CHAN Group B opener on Sunday when they face Uganda in Marrakech.

Kanyama Riots Force Soldiers To Close The Remaining Shops

  ||    13 January 2018
Shops at Kanelle Mall and COMESA Market have since been closed, with men in uniform fearing the riots can spreads to the Central Business  District.

CBU Vice Chancellor Refuses To Step Down Despite Workers Not Wanting Him

  ||    12 January 2018
Copperbelt University Vice Chancellor Professor Naison Ngoma says he will not resign from his position. Professor Ngoma maintained that accusations against him by workers that he has failed to run the institution are not true.   Protests against the vice chancellor Naison Ngoma have entered day two with the workers defiant on their position.
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