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7 hrs ago | Daily Monitor
Benard Kahwa caught up with Mulengwa, a man whose legacy of good leadership is still fresh in the minds of his old boys though he retired more than two decades ago.
14 hrs ago | In-depth Africa
An army vehicle parked at justice minister Wynter Kabimba's private offices at Lusaka Godfrey House is raising concern as to the minister's privileges.
15 hrs ago | Reuters
Diversified miner Vedanta Resources Plc said it was open to a scrutiny of its Zambian copper business, which has faced protests recently over allegedly not paying enough taxes.
22 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com
ZAMBIA's annual inflation rate for July has gone up by 0.1 per cent to eight per cent from 7.9 per cent recorded in June 2014.
African Competition Forum said Zambia's sugar prices are above the world recommended market prices largely because of market power being vested in one existing large-scale producer.
INFORMATION Minister Joseph Katema has reiterated the Government's directive to all ministries, State institutions and spending agencies to urgently pay what they owe State-owned media organisations without fail.
IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde gives a speech to unveil a study on the economic impact of underpriced energy - 1430 GMT.
Yard sale an act of love for St. Timothy parish Union church keeps its promise to keep Zambian school open.
Two fishermen were burnt to death in an explosion last Saturday at Aboadze, near the Volta River Authority's sub-station on the Takoradi-Accra main road.
Last week I wrote about the Director of Public Prosecutions Mutembo Nchito who is abusing his office by flashing out Nolles to friends and relatives and giving out instructions to prosecute for perceived enemies.
Africa is the most promising investment destination of the next 20 years. And it won't be foreign development aid or Western generosity that makes the continent boom but rather the doggedness and ingenuity of its own people.
Former Movement for Multiparty Democracy National Secretary Maj. Richard Kachingwe has been dumped by the ruling Patriotic Front government after helping them attack his former colleagues, a source tells Zambia Reports.
The health of the 77-year old Zambian President Michael Sata currently ranks among the most sensitive of issues in the country and has come to be discussed only in hushed tones.
RECENTLY the Government came up with unpopular proposal that the National Anthem of Uganda should be changed because it was somehow dull.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 05:04 pm
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