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A lesson from Beans thrown away

By Holyfield Mumba It is a practice that only the best beans should be cooked. Before you cook beans, you go through a selection process in which all the seemingly bad beans are thrown away so that only the good beans remain for cooking. However, when rain comes, the bad beans you threw away in

Petition Update: HH to defend his case

Hakainde Hichilema has asked for an hour from the Constitutional Court bench currently sitting to make consultation before presenting his case.   This is after all his lawyers decided to abandon the case following insufficient time to carry out their task. They were only given two hours to present their case.   Hichilema is expected

Petitioners’ lawyers leave Court room

Lawyers representing Hakainde Hichilema and his running mate Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba in the petition case have walked out of the Constitutional Court which is in session. Lawyer John Sangwa asked to leave the court saying  he won’t be able to defend the constitution. This is due to the way proceedings have been conducted. Another lawyer Musa Mwenye has also left saying he is unable to discharge his duties as counsel for the

Lungu to address the nation

President-elect Edgar Lungu is expected to address the nation at 19:30 hours this evening. This is contained in a press statement released by Special Assistant to the President for Press and Public Relations Amos Chanda. Chanda disclosed that there are many issues which the Head of State would like to address, among them the need

Samsung recalls Galaxy Note 7

Samsung is recalling millions of new Galaxy Note 7 smartphones worldwide after reports of the devices catching fire while charging. The massive recall of one of Samsung’s flagship devices is an embarrassing setback for the world’s biggest selling smartphone maker. The Note 7 was unveiled just a month ago, and big rival Apple is expected to

ConCourt dismisses HH’s High Court application

The Constitutional Court (ConCourt) this morning, September 2, 2016 dismissed UPND presidential candidate Hakainde Hichilema’s application to have the 14 days matter settled in the High Court. This in a case in which Hichilema is challenging the validity of the reelection of Edgar Lungu and yesterday filed in a motion requesting the Constitutional Court to refer the matter
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