United party for National Development (UPND) has said that the party President president Hakainde Hichilema and 5 other co-accused persons have been moved to moved to Mukobeko prison with immediate effect. In a statement released to the media, the party said that Mr Hichilema and his co accused have been moved despite the fact that
Parliament has approved President Edgar Lungu’s declaration of Article 31 to curb the recent fires that have rocked the country. Last week, President Edgar Lungu sought parliamentary approval to the Preservation of the Public Security Act by invoking Article 31 of the Zambian Constitution. Parliament adopted a motion tabled by Vice President Inonge Wina to
Zambia’s High Commissioner to South Africa Emmanuel Mwamba has said Zambia has a fearless, vocal and active labour movement to deal with any matter regarding the governance of the country. He said the country’s labour movement had played a key role in the liberation of Southern Africa and was also instrumental in the democratization of
Vice President Inonge Wina is on Tuesday expected to table a motion in Parliament seeking the approval and extension of President Edgar Lungu’s invocation of article 31 in the Zambian constitution addressing the security situation in the Country. Parliamentary Chief Whip Richard Musukwa has confirmed this in an interview with ZNBC News in Lusaka today.
OPEN LETTER TO THE REPUBLICAN PRESIDENT OF ZAMBIA! [By Brig Gen Godfrey Miyanda – 9th July 2017] APPEAL TO THE PRESIDENT The invoking of Article 31 by the Republican President as the cure for the fires that have occurred in some parts of the country is a rushed and misplaced option. I urge the Republican
MMD National Secretary Raphael Nakacinda says his party has been elected as Executive Member to the Council of African Political Parties Media Forum. Speaking in an interview from Niamey, Niger were he attended the consultative forum over the weekend Mr Nakacinda, said his party was honoured to have been elected and urged Zambians to guard
OVER K 1.8 MILLION worth of fish bought by 30 Zambian cross-border traders into Botswana went to waste in March after the four truckload were not allowed to leave Botswana. The four trucks, which were loaded with fresh fish coming from Botswana to Zambia, were not allowed to cross by the Minister of Environment, Natural
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