Zambia: 800 graduates to replace fired nurses – Guy Scott

guy-scott-zambia-300x185Story from the Zambian Eye Website

VICE-PRESIDENT Guy Scott has said that Government will employ 800 graduate nurses to replace the dismissed health practitioners. Dr Scott maintained in Parliament that Government would not reinstate the fired nurses but replace them with the 800 graduate nurses. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: Sata blasts MPs

Story from the Times of Zambia Website

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Luapula-MPs

PRESIDENT Michael Sata has admonished Patriotic Front (PF) Members of Parliament (MPs) from Luapula Province for neglecting their constituencies since they were voted into office in 2011. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: Lubinda linked to Fr Bwalya’s party; PF intercepts conversation.

Given Lubinda PFStory from the Independent Observer Website

The security wing of the Patriotic Front (PF) has intercepted a conversation between Kabwata Member of Parliament Given Lubinda and   Frank Bwalya. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: Police assaut UPND Vice President

Canisius BandaStory from the Zambian Eye

Reports reaching Zambian Eye is that opposition UPND Vice president for Politics Canisius Banda has been assaulted by Police in Feira a while ago. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: PF triumphs in Kapiri Mposhi parliamentary by-election

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THE ruling Patriotic Front (PF) has scooped the Kapiri Mposhi constituency seat following a parliamentary by-election that were held yesterday. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: Police says will question PF Southern Province Political Secretary Brian Hapunda over gun shots at nightclub

Southern Province police chief Charity Katanga

Southern Province police chief Charity Katanga

Story from the Zambian Watchdog

Southern Province Commissioner of Police Charity Katanga has confirmed that the police in Livingstone had received a complaint of firing gun shots allegedly by Patriotic Front (PF) Southern Province Political Secretary Brian Hapunda  and that the provincial PF police secretary would be questioned soon. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: Don’t trust Sata, US embassy official tells YALI

SATAStory from the Zambian Watchdog

The Zambian Embassy of the United States has threatened to cut funding to Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) if the organization’s governance advisor Isaac Mwanza accepts the possible appointment by Republican President Sata to the Referendum Commission, describing the move government’s intention to infiltrate the NGO and silencing voices of citizens who critic the PF’s autocratic tendencies of governance, including members of parliament. But Non- Governmental Organisation Coordinating Committee (NGOCC) President Sata’s pending decision is an extension of olive branch to women and the Zambian youth. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: Delegates Vote to Limit Tenure for MPs

National Constitution ConventionStory from the Mwebantu Website

DELEGATES at the on-going National Constitution Convention have unanimously voted to limit the tenure of Members of Parliament to two five-year terms only. Click here for the Full Story

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Delegates Vote To Strip off Presidential Powers to nominate MPsDelegates Vote To Strip off Presidential

National Constitution ConventionStory from the Mwebantu Website

DELEGATES at the on-going Constitution National Convention have agreed to stripped off the presidential powers to nominate members of parliament after the house agreed to delete article 135 of the draft constitution . Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: You a pretender secretly working to be president, Mulongoti tells Kabimba

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Newly formed People’s Party president Mike Mulongoti has plainly told Patriotic Front General Secretary Wynter Kabimba that he is a pretender who was secretly working to ascender to the presidency of the country. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: Parliament to hear Dora’s ‘insult’

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Picture from the Zambia Daily Mail Website

Story from the Zambia Daily Mail

GOVERNMENT says MMD Petauke Member of Parliament Dora Siliya’s affront in Parliament will be tabled in the House for appropriate action. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: Government Disappointed With Dora Siliya Insult

Story from the Mwebantu Website

Ms Siliya raised her middle finger while walking out of the chambers in parliament on Friday in protest to the motion to lift former President Rupiah Banda’s legal immunity tabled before the House by Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba. Click here for the Full Story

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RB calls for unity, as interrogation continues tomorrow (Today)

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Former republican president Rupiah Banda has called on citizens to remain calm and united as he is being interrogated by the investigative wings of government. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: At no one time have I ever felt betrayed by President Sata-Given Lubinda

Story from the Lusaka Times Website

Dropped Foreign Affairs Minister, Given Lubinda has said he does not feel betrayed by President Michael Sata and the subsequent action to drop him from his ministerial post. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: We are not ready to take RB immunity case to Parliament, MPs wont support it-Sakeni

MMD Rupiah_BandaStory from the Lusaka Times Website

Chief Government spokesperson, Kennedy Sakeni has said that Government is not ready to take former President Rupiah Banda case to parliament because the Government needs to put the facts  together, adding that MPs cannot support the motion unless they are given convincing reasons as to why Mr Banda’s immunity should be lifted. [ Click here for the Full Story]

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