By Patrick Sikana “Kunolali basebenza madoda, kunolali basebenza madoda.” That was my father’s favourite, albeit tuneless, ode for waking us up in the wee hours of every morning apart from Saturday. We never fully understood what that stanza actually meant because it wasn’t Tonga. He must have picked it up from his stint in
The Young African Leadership Initiative has argued that President Edgar Lungu should continue to perform the executive functions as republican president until the president-elect is sworn into office as per Constitution of Zambia, as amended even after the opposition files its petition against his re-election. YALI Governance Advisor Isaac Mwanza said the YALI legal team has carefully studied Article 101 to Article
The opposition UPND has revealed that it will only file in the presidential election challenging President Edgar Lungu’s victory to Monday next week. The UPND legal team initially intended to file in the petition a day after President Lungu was declared but later moved it to Thursday before pushing it to tomorrow, Friday. But UPND
President-elect Edgar Lungu today, Thursday August 18, 2016 met business leaders for a special breakfast meeting at which he hinted at broad policy measures to accelerate economic growth and control spending during his next five-year tenure. This is contained in a Press Statement made available to Zambian Eye by Special Assistant to the President for Press
Zesco United returned to league action for the first time in over a month on Thursday when they dismantled Power Dynamos 4-0 at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium in Ndola. The defending champions win saw them complete a Copperbelt derby double over Power in the FAZ Super Division this season after beating them 2-1 away in Kitwe
The opposition UPND has moved the filing in of the presidential petition challenging the election of President Edgar Lungu to this Friday and not today as earlier announced. Former Chongwe Member of Parliament Sylvia Masebo announced that the legal team will file in tomorrow. Ms. Masebo has also urged party members to come in numbers
Some suspects in the riots that rocked some parts of Southern Province have started appearing in court. According to a statement from Police Spokesman Rae Hamoonga, 22 suspected UPND cadres that were detained for riotous behaviour appeared in the magistrate court in Namwala for plea yesterday. They all denied the charge and the matter has
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