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9 hrs ago | In-depth Africa
Special Assistant to the President for Press and Public Relations George Chellah has filed for divorce in the Lusaka High Court against his wife Joan.
13 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com
In a shock move, the Zambian President Michael Sata last week dismissed one of his closest lieutenants and long-time confidante, the Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba He was removed from both positions with immediate effect.
17 hrs ago | In-depth Africa
The dismissal of Patrotic Front secretary general Wynter Kabimba has opened up several opportunities for conmen and other tricksters to intimidate and swindle people out of their hard earned wealth.
Zambians made a huge mistake in electing a bunch of deceitful and manipulative characters in 2011 and it was time we reversed the situation by putting a more responsible government led by the UPND, said UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema.
The Football Association of Zambia has announced gate charges for the Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Mozambique at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium this Saturday.
Five more foreign -based players have joined camp on the Copperbelt ahead of Saturdays 2015 Africa Cup Group qualifier against Mozambique.
Janza's debut as Zambia coach began on a high on Sunday following a 3-1 home win over Sudan at the National Heroes Stadium in Lusaka.
FILE: President Sata with First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba and Zambia's High Commissioner to South Africa Muyeba Chikonde leaves Hyatt Hotel in South Africa PRESIDENT Michael Sata has urged Zambians living in the diaspora to support the Patriotic Front Government's agenda of transforming Zambia into a middle income country by the year 2030.
The sudden firing of Justice Minister and Patriotic Front Secretary General Wynter Kabimba has hit Zambia like a political earthquake, with some public figures benefiting from the shift, while others may fall through the cracks.
'I am sure they are going to throw acid': How Thatcher wore dark glasses in Africa over fears she would be attacked for 'instinctively pro-white stance' Margaret Thatcher insisted on wearing dark glasses on her first trip to Africa because she feared black activists would throw acid in her face.
Avic International Deputy Director Liu Xiaodong takes Finance Minister Alexander Chikwanda , Local Government and Housing Minister Emmanuel Chenda and Road Development Agency Director General Bernard Chiwala on an inspection of one of the roads under construction in Lusaka FINANCE minister, Alexander Chikwanda has sued University of Zambia ... (more)
A COMBINED team comprising the Lusaka City Council police and the Zambia Police Service swung into action on Thursday at midnight and demolished 46 illegal shops at New Soweto Market.
MORE than 800 unionised workers at the Copperbelt University in Kitwe have staged a work boycott over delayed salaries, among other things.
A paranoid Post Newspaper owner Fred M'membe on Friday fired three live shots in the air when ruling Patriotic Front cadres stormed his premises on Bwinjifumu Road in Lusaka's upmarket Rhodes Park area to register their delight at the sacking of Wynter Kabimba.
LANDS, Natural Resources and Environmental Protection, Minister Mwansa Kapeya has warned that Zambia risks being 'recolonised' if it continues giving huge chunks of land to foreigners.
RDA Risk and Audit board members touring the progress of the project said the works were on course and they were impressed with the designs and quality materials being used especially on the 26 bridges being constructed on the Zambezi River.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 02:29 pm
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