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POLTICAL DIALOGUE:NG’OMA APPEALS TO CHURCH

A Political Scientist, Alex Ng’oma has urged the Church to reconsider its position of holding its own dialogue process. Dr Ng’oma who is also a Lecturer at UNZA, suggests that the Church and Zambia Centre for Interparty Dialogue -ZCID – work together on the dialogue process. He says this is for the benefit of the…

CONCOURT UPHOLDS ELECTION OF UPND’S KAKUBO

The Constitutional Court has upheld the election of UPND Kapiri Mposhi Constituency candidate Stanley Kakubo as the duly elected member of Parliament in the 2016 General Election. The Court observed that the grounds upon which the High Court upheld Mr. Kakubo’s election had merit. In this matter PF’s Chrispin Siingwa petitioned the election of Mr.…

KAMBOLE SCORES RECORD HAT-TRICK

The Confederation of African Football -CAF – has confirmed Zambian striker Lazarous Kambole’s five-minute hat-trick as the fastest recorded in the CAF Champions League. This is according to a CAF, tweet on their official twitter account. Kambole of ZESCO United scored the fastest hat-trick against Mbabane Swallows in Swaziland, on Saturday which saw ZESCO win…

GRACA BACKS STEP SON FOR MAYOR

Graça Machel, Nelson Mandela’s widow, is backing her adopted son’s bid to become mayor of Mozambique’s capital, Maputo. She is a renowned women’s rights activist and prominent politician in Mozambique – and is a senior member of the ruling Frelimo party, belonging to its central committee. She was married to Mozambique’s first President Samora Machel,…

GREECE OUT OF E.U BAILOUT PROGRAMME

Greece has successfully completed a three-year eurozone bailout programme designed to help it cope with the fallout from its debt crisis. For the first time in eight years, Greece is now free to borrow money on the financial markets. As a condition of the loans, the Greek government was forced to introduce a series of…

GOVT CONCERNED WITH SPEED CAMERAS

Government says it is concerned that the Road Transport and Safety Agency -RTSA went ahead to implement the speed cameras on the roads without adequate sensitisation to the public and proper warning signage. Minister of transport and communications Brian Mushimba  says his office has received several complaints from the public which has prompted the meeting…

TRADITIONAL LEADERS PRAISE GOVT

Traditional leaders in Chipangali and Kasenengwa districts of Eastern Province have praised government for implementing various projects among the rural communities which aim at improving the living standards of local people. The two traditional leaders, Chiefs Chinunda  and Misholo say their chiefdoms have witnessed a lot of developmental projects among them schools, health facilities, and…
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