President Edgar Lungu on Tuesday held bilateral talks with his Ugandan Counterpart Yoweri Museveni. The meeting took place at State House in Entebbe today. And speaking after the meeting, Zambia’s Foreign Affairs Minister Harry Kalaba told Journalists that the bilateral talks were fruitful. Kalaba disclosed that the meeting among other issues discussed the pipeline, as Uganda
The opposition UPND says it is outraged by the revelations in today’s Post Newspaper concerning the registration of foreign nationals as voters. In a statement, party secretary general Steven Katuka says the evidence presented in the ‘exposé’ shows that there is little doubt that serious attempts to manipulate the outcome of the upcoming 11th August
The process of printing ballot papers for the August 11th General elections has started in Dubai. Today representatives of the nine Presidential candidates and civil societies who are in Dubai to monitor the printing of Ballot papers have been taken on a conducted tour of the 300 Million US dollars rich Al Ghurair Printing and
Foreign Affairs Minister Harry Kalaba has refuted reports that President Edgar Lungu has snubbed an envoy of United States of America President Barrack Obama. Kalaba also says his Ministry has not received any formal complaint from the United States Embassy that President Lungu has snubbed the American envoy. Kalaba was speaking in an interview with
State House has announced that President Edgar Lungu will on Wednesday July 6, 2016 travel to Mazabuka to commission a new refinery at Zambia sugar at 10hrs. State House Special Assistant for Press and Public Relations Amos Chanda has disclosed in a statement that the president will on the same day at 13hrs address a
Zambians have created a petition against Amazon.com and Telegraph Newspaper. This is after the Telegraph newspaper published an article about a new book written by a young Scottish woman in which she describes Zambia as a war-torn country with children orphaned by HIV. Louise Linton, who is now pursuing a career as an actress in
Police in Lusaka have reportedly arrested five more vandals who were pulling down Patriotic Front (PF) posters and carrying dangerous weapons. The quintet were spotted tearing down posters along Cairo Road on Sunday around 23:00 hrs and are reportedly detained at Lusaka’s Central Police Station. The PF has constituted a team that has been patrolling
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