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2 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com
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.
5 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com
MORE than 800 unionised workers at the Copperbelt University in Kitwe have staged a work boycott over delayed salaries, among other things.
5 hrs ago | In-depth Africa
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.
9 hrs ago | In-depth Africa
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.
9 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com
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.
LOCAL tycoon Billy Rautenbach's Green Fuel company is setting up an ethanol project in Zambia after being frustrated by government in his plans to set up a second plant in the province's Nuanetsi Ranch in Mwenezi district.
The Chiefs of Eastern Nzema Traditional Council, in the Western region, yesterday waded into the hearing of a motion at a sekondi high Court in which five Minority Mps have sued the government over the restriction on the Takoradi port expansion.
Fast-growing Congolese mobile operator Africell expects to upgrade its cellular networks with 3G technology before the end of 2014, BizTechAfrica reports, citing a company insider who wishes to remain anonymous.
Jubilations have continued pouring in from across Zambia following the sacking of Wynter Kabimba, with the latest being civil servants at the Ministry of Justice in Lusaka.
Kabarole Tooro Kingdom is mourning the death of a former minister for Gender in the Kingdom, Ms Dorothy Nyakato who passed on Tuesday morning.
Following the sudden ouster of Justice Minister and Patriotic Front Secretary General Wynter Kabimba yesterday, the prominent banker Rajan Mahtani may become the next target to fall, a source tells Zambia Reports.
A Takoradi Circuit Court "B" on Wednesday remanded a teacher, Jeremiah Essilfie in Police custody for allegedly defiling a pupil of the Wood Methodist Junior High School in Takoradi in the Western Region.
The unyielding commitment of the Edusei Foundation and its founder Dr. Kwame Bawuah-Edusei to place youth education and development at the forefront of its mission was showcased last week with a donation of GHC50,000 to the Western Nananom Education Fund , the official education fund of the Western Regional House of Chiefs.
LUSAKA More than 100 trucks hauling copper from the Democratic Republic of Congo have been denied entry into Botswana over fears of an Ebola outbreak in Congo, leaving the trucks stranded at a border crossing, local media reported on Thursday.
FILE: President Michael Sata listens to Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba at the launch of the African Peer Review Mechanism report at State House in Lusaka President Michael Sata has revoked the appointment of Wynter Kabimba as Justice Minister and Patriotic Front Party Secretary General with immediate effect.
The case involving Roma Girls High School teacher Dasswell Sichilongo failed to take off before the Lusaka Magistrate Court on Wednesday.
Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 09:47 am
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