Former First Lady Maureen Mwanawasa and her campaign team were Friday afternoon attacked by thugs suspected to be from PF. Dr Mwanawasa, who is vying for the position of Executive Mayor for Lusaka on the opposition UPND was on the way to Kabwata for campaigns. She has confirmed the incidence and says:
The UPND presidential campaign tomorrow moves to Western province with a mass rally planned for Mongu. Leader Hakainde Hichilema will lead the campaigns in the province which runs upto July 6, 2016. This is according to a programme released by the campaign centre to Zambian Eye this evening. Below is the campaign schedule: 2nd July Mongu
Aspiring candidate for the Executive Mayor of Lusaka Fisho Mwale says the referendum on the bill of rights is a great opportunity for Zambia. Mwale who is an Independent candidate said this in a statement below to Zambian Eye: This year, Zambia has the rare opportunity of holding a referendum alongside the general elections (the
The opposition UPND addressed a campaign rally in Bauleni, Lusaka central constituency.
UPND Presidential candidate Hakainde Hichilema and his running mate Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba addressed thousands of Bauleni Residents at the rally.
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Inseko Park, the flagship property development by Lusaka-based Sishima Property Ltd, is a gated community located in the trendy and fashionable neighbourhood of New Kasama, in eastern Lusaka, with the city centre, schools, shopping malls, airports and Lusaka National Park all a short drive away. Inseko Park offers a unique real estate opportunity in
MMD Deputy National Secretary and MMD Mongu Central aspiring candidate Mr. Kamwendo Kamuti has charged that former MMD Vice-President Michael Kaingu should not mislead the nation that he ditched the MMD and defected to PF, but that he was invited by President Lungu to be a minister while still a member of the MMD. Responding
By Lovemore Lubinda, Harare, Zimbabwe The Save River is one of the largest watercourse in Zimbabwe, it runs through the lives of many in the area across Manicaland, has sustained millions, continued to inspire many generations, but, the benefits of having such a river are still yet to be fully realised. Maengeni Bingandade is a