The Electoral Commission of Zambia (ECZ) says any inconsistencies on the nomination details of the running mate will result in “unspecified” consequences for the presidential candidate. The commission disclosed this during a nomination briefing for presidential candidates and their running mates held at the Intercontinental Hotel in Lusaka this morning. Speaking at the event, ECZ
President Edgar Lungu says the Zambia South Africa Business (ZSBC) council will no doubt complement government efforts in promoting trade and investment between the two countries. Mr. Lungu has however urged South African investors to take advantage of...
The UPND has bemoaned the continued media intimidation by ruling PF Deputy Spokesperson Frank Bwalya. Responding to Mr Bwalya’s statement that he is determined to stop all UPND campaign adverts were the ruling party is mentioned UPND Secretary General Stephen Katuta said Zambia is a democracy and that as such all political parties have the
The Electoral Commission of Zambia has maintained that it will allow the use of mobile cell phones inside the polling stations. Organisations such as the MISA Zambia and Transparency International Zambia have written to the Commission to raise objectio...
Former Auditor General Anna Chifungula has warned that Zambia will soon become a Highly Indebted Poor Country again if appropriate measures are not enforced to prioritise public expenditure. In an interview, Dr Chifungula who retired last December said Zambia’s debt levels are increasing at an alarming rate increasing chances of sliding back into the HIPC
Outspoken staunch PF supported Sunday Chanda’s hopes of being a Member of Parliament has been dealt a big blow after former Police Inspector General Martin Malama was picked ahead of him to stand on the PF ticket. Mr Chilufya had campaigned and applied to be adopted to stand in Kanchibiya Constituency but the party’s Central
MultiChoice and NBC Universal International Networks have been forced to pull the second season of I Am Cait from its E! Entertainment channel on DStv after the Nigerian Broadcasting Commission (NBC) ordered it off the air, effectively censoring it for all African viewers since there’s only one E! feed on DStv for the continent. The