President Edgar Lungu has warned that he is ready to abandon democratic principles and deal sternly with what he called trouble makers in order to safeguard national peace. In what could be his sternest warning to his opponents ahead of next week’s elections, President Lungu said he is ready to use draconian means to protect
President Edgar Lungu has advised election monitors and observers in the country to be very objective as they carry out their duties ahead of the August 11 polls. The President says government has been patient and allowed democracy to prevail in the elections but that the opposition are pushing him too far. Addressing a rally
United Party for National Development (UPND) presidential running mate Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba has dismissed as fake a document circulating on social media purporting to be a UPND cabinet and bearing the signature of party secretary general Stephen Katuka. Mwamba says only his fellow party Vice President Canisuis Banda has been assured of a Ministerial portfolio
A Lusaka woman has allegedly murdered six people. Six bodies were discovered in unfinished building in Lusaka’s Chalala area. And Police Spokesperson Rae Hamoonga confirmed that a number of bodies that were discovered in unfinished house yesterday Lusaka’s Chalala area is six. In a statement issued in Lusaka today, Hamoonga says the deceased have been identified as Albert Mwanza
The Zambia Revenue Authority (ZRA) has disregarded a tribunal order to reopen the offices of The Post newspaper which was closed in June over alleged non-payment of taxes. A Tax Appeals Tribunal reaffirmed its instructions to the ZRA but the newspapers’ offices remain closed. On July 27, 2016, the tribunal ordered ZRA to hand over
By Dr. Munyonzwe Hamalengwa There are consequences for those who struggle for justice and the rule of law. I have my own scars to show for it. And I will never stop until I am finally put to rest in my grave or if cremated until I turn into ashes. I learnt the art of
By Times Reporter - THE United Party for National Development (UPND) has mooted a plan dubbed ‘Operation Fear’ to cause fear among Zambians both during and after elections should the ruling Patriotic Front (PF) win the August 11 elections. Highly-placed sources have exposed the plot which details ‘Operation Fear’ activities that include plans to cause
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