ZRA shuts down Post Newspapers

The Zambia Revenue Authority on Tuesday evening seized property halting operations at The Post Newspaper Printing Plant in Lusaka. ZRA officers raided the Post Newspaper’s printing plant and by 18: 30, the officers locked up the printing plant and seized property thereby grounding to a halt the newspaper’s operations. ZRA has since taken over accounts,

Secrutinise Candidates – Lungu

President Edgar Lungu has asked Zambians to scrutinise those seeking public office in the August 11 general election. And President Lungu has taken a swipe at UPND presidential candidate Hakainde Hichilema and his running mate Geoffrey Mwamba saying the two are not ready to lead the country. The President said unlike him and his running

ZRA ‘closes’ Post Newspapers

The Zambia Revenue Authority (ZRA) has shut down operations at The Post Newpapers for alleged non-payment of tax arrears. ZRA officers stormed Post Newspapers Offices on Lusaka’s Bwinjimfumu Road at around 17:00 hours and blocked journalists and other workers from accessing the premises. And the officers have also switched off The Post‘s Printing press in the

HH responds to Lungu’s threats

We have heard reports that President Lungu has threatened to sort me out if I do not accept defeat in the upcoming elections at yet another one of his rallies where myself, along with my running mate GBM and the UPND party, appear to be his favourite topic of conversation. Such reports would be laughable

Opinion Poll: Readers back HH to win elections

UPND presidential candidate Hakainde Hichilema would win if elections were held today, according to Zambian Eye readers. In an opinion poll conducted on this publication’s Facebook page, 72.5 percent of the respondent gave the UPND strongman their backing while incumbent president Edgar Lungu of the Patriotic Front was a distant second with 21.7 percent. Edith
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