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'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.
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.
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)
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.
Zambian Finance Minister Alexander Chikwanda said he is being targeted by rival politicians in a battle to succeed President Michael Sata as questions about the leader's ill health persist.
The Zambian government has signed a statutory instrument that compels health workers to notify authorities of any Ebola suspects, a senior official said on Wednesday.
Dr Mwaanga says many political parties are merely registered and legalized gangs or even a bunch of hooligans interested in causing violence.
The ruling in the case involving former president Rupiah Banda asking the Magistrate Court to refer his case to the High Court to determine constitutional matters has been adjourned for the third consecutive time.
Ailing Zambian President Michael Sata has not been seen in public for more than two months, prompting a behind-the-scenes power struggle to succeed him.
Lusaka:- SINCE first setting foot on the Zambian soil in the 1960s, some Somalis have hit headlines for wrong reasons, prompting security agencies to now rid the country of criminal and other undesirable elements from the war-torn nation.
Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 12:57 am
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