UPND presidential candidate Hakainde Hichilema says President Edgar Lungu’s stance on development is unacceptable. Hichilema or HH as he is famously known said this in a statement below to Zambian Eye. President Edgar Lungu has once again shown his hypocrisy and ignorance on many issues, especially the true spirit of One Zambia One Nation. Reports
Chongwe UPND parliamentary candidate Sylvia Masebo has urged Lusaka’s Kanyama residents to vote for UPND Presidential Candidate, Hakainde Hichilema because he doesn’t drink Jameson (Whiskey). Masebo, who was speaking to thousands of UPND supporters who gathered at Twashuka Grounds in Kanyama constituency on Tuesday, July 19, 2016 also bemoaned violence that has characterized the campaign
Republican President Edgar Lungu has promised to build a stadium and university in Kasama district in Northern Province. Speaking when he addressed a campaign rally at Kasama gold club this afternoon, president Lungu has also promised to upgrade Kasama General Hospital. He however pointed out that a stadium is a huge capital project that requires careful
By Kelvin Esiasa The lamentation that President Barrack Obama shared during the memorial Service at Dallas cannot go without picking key lessons that are vital for building peace in the global community. The recent killing of five police offers in Dallas has left many Americans very devastated. People are now wondering if the recent shooting
Africa’s future rests in the hands of its youth – and every effort must be made to ensure they thrive, philanthropist and entrepreneur Bill Gates said in South Africa today (SUNDAY, 17 July 2016). Delivering the 2016 Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture at the University of Pretoria (Mamelodi campus), Gates said he was optimistic about the
The United Party for National Development- UPND is expected to address a rally at Kanyama’s Twashuka grounds just after the lift of the ban by Electoral Commission Zambia on Monday, July 18th 2016. The rally which is scheduled on Tuesday, July 19th is the party’s maiden event after the resume of campaigns which were put
African Heads of State and Government have adopted a financing mechanism that will help the African Union fund its activities. Rwanda’s Minister of Finance and Economic Planning, Claver Gatete announced at a briefing in Kigali today that the African Leaders have agreed to slap a zero point 2 percent on all eligible imports. Ambassador Gatete
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