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State House slams HH

  ||    29 March 2014
STATE House has challenged United Party for National Development (UPND) leader Hakainde Hichilema to carry out a research to establish the whereabouts of Malawian Judge Lovemore Chikopa. Special Assistant for Press and Public Relations George Chellah said Mr Hichilema should desist from issuing disjointed political statements that would only erode his political image.

Harrington to challenge Masebo’s Tribunal findings in High Court

  ||    29 March 2014
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
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.

President Sata launches Lusaka centenary celebrations

  ||    16 July 2013
President Michael Sata has launched the centenary celebrations of the city of Lusaka with a call to recognize freedom fighters that fought alongside first republican President Dr Kenneth Kaunda for the liberation of the country.

I will not tolerate disrespectful behaviour, Judge Chikopa tells Musonda’s lawyers

  ||    16 July 2013
Tribunal chairperson Judge Lovemore Chikopa has described the manner in which he was served with the court order to suspend the tribunal as uncalled for and disrespectful. Confusion arose when Judge Musonda’s lawyers tried to present a court order to the tribunal staff  who refused to accept the court order.

Rupiah got money from govt oil deal

  ||    16 July 2013
SARB Energy managing director Akpan Ekpene yesterday disclosed that Rupiah Banda asked SARB Energy officials to quickly pay him US$1 million out of the money that Zambia anticipated to realise from the Nigerian crude oil contract to finance his 2011 election bid.

Court stops Judge Chikopa tribunal

  ||    16 July 2013
The Lusaka High court has stopped proceedings of the Judge Lovemore Chikopa led tribunal pending the outcome of the judicial review granted to retired Supreme Court Judge Dr Phillip Musonda. Lusaka high court Judge Florence Lengalenga stopped the tribunal proceedings after she granted Dr Justice Musonda a stay in the proceedings.

Mokambo mine construction to start

  ||    16 July 2013
CONSTRUCTION of the Mokambo underground Copper Mine in Mufulira is to start soon after the approval of an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) by the Zambia Environmental Management Agency (ZEMA).

Lands Minister denies owning the company repairing Chingola roads

  ||    16 July 2013
PF Nchanga MP Wilbur Simuusa has denied reports linking him to Mivami construction limited, the company that has failed to complete works on township roads in Chingola. Chingola residents have expressed disappointment with Mivami prompting some councilors to call for the cancellation of the contract and have it given to other companies.

Hichilema Jump-Starts Sata’s Lapsing Memory

  ||    16 July 2013
United Party for National Development (UPND) leader Hakainde Hichilema has taken President Michael Sata back to school with a brief lecture in political history on Zambia specifically over the last seven years.
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