Zambia: Police summon Fred M’membe’s wife

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Story from the Independent Observer Website

Police in Lusaka have summoned Oracle Media Productions Managing Director Mutinta Mazoka M’membe. Oracle Media is the company behind the publication of The Mast Newspaper which has replaced the Post Newspapers which folded recently after it was placed under provisional liquidation. Read More

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Zambia: MMD to back PF

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THE MMD has resolved to form an alliance with the ruling Patriotic Front (PF) following the election of former Lunte MP Felix Mutati as its new president after Nevers Mumba had fallen out of favor. Read More

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Zambia: HH Explains Why He Loses Elections

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UPND president Hakainde Hichilema says that he has continued to lose elections because his supporters were reluctant to go out and vote for him on the polling day. Read More

13 Zambian opposition parties endorse Lungu for president

Thirteen political opposition parties in Zambia have formed an alliance with the ruling Patriotic Front,to campaign for the re-election of President Edgar Lungu in the forthcoming elections. Read More

Zambia: Former First Lady Dr Kaseba evicted, moves in with her mother

Story from the Lusaka Times Website

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Former First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba has been evicted from the Lodge where she was staying after leaving State House following government’s failure to settle accommodation bills.

“………‘Mr Speaker is this Government in order to neglect the former first lady to the point that she got evicted from the Lodge she was staying in at Number 8 Reedbuck forcing her to move in with her biological mother at a house in Libala near Sky Park Mall?’” Read More

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Zambia: Kabushi pf councilor arrested for soliciting for k12,000 from woman for plot belonging to someone else

Story from Zambia Today WebsiteZP

THE ruling Patriotic Front (PF) Kabushi Constituency Mukuba ward councilor Don Botha has been arrested by police in Ndola for soliciting… K12, 000 from a woman. Read more

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Zambia: Government spends US $1 million annually to evacuate patients abroad -Dr Kasonde

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HEALTH Minister Joseph Kasonde has disclosed that the Government spends about US $1 million annually to evacuate patients abroad for specialized treatment. Read more

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Zambia: Zambia’s external debt rises to US $4.2 billion,while domestic debt is at K20 billion says Fredson Yamba

Secretary to the Treasury Fredson YambaStory from the Mwebantu Website

This is according to a statement made available to Mwebantu New Media by the Secretary to the Treasury Fredson Yamba – Government has continued to observe international standards of debt management; consistent with the commitment to maintain our strong credit worthiness and safeguard macroeconomic stability. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: Teenage pregnancies; Education Minister says the devil is at play

Story from the Lusaka Times WebsiteMinister of Education, Science, Vocational Training and Early Education John Phiri

Education Minister John Phiri says the high number of school girls falling pregnant shows that the devil is at play in the education sector.
Mr Phiri said he is shocked that School Headmasters are proudly releasing figures of pregnancies each time without any shame. He said School Headmasters must take it upon themselves. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: Government bans extra lessons in schools unless they involve all pupils and paid for by schools

Story from the Lusaka Times WebsiteMinister of Education, Science, Vocational Training and Early Education John Phiri

Minister of Education, Science, Vocational Training and Early Education John Phiri has prodded teachers to complete their syllabi on schedule to avoid the phenomenon of extra lessons. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: Mealie Meal prices have gone up by K 11 says JCTR

Story from the Mwebantu WebsiteMEALIE meal

On 5th May 2014, the Minister of Agriculture and Livestock Hon. Wilbur Simuusa announced a forecasted maize bumper harvest of 3,350,671 metric tonnes for the 2013/ 2014 agriculture season. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: Big international airlines willing to partner with Zambia to reintroduce the national airline-Mukanga

Story from the Lusaka Times Website

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TRANSPORT, Works, Supply and Communication Minister Yamfwa Mukanga has disclosed that some big international airlines have expressed interest to partner with Zambia on the reintroduction of the national airline. Click here for the Full Story CLICK HERE FOR MORE ZAMBIAN NEWS WEBSITES Related News:

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Zambia: Does Zambia Need A Strong Kwacha? Yes? Probably Not?

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Yesterday, HE. MCS took the pain to address the growing concerns of a weak kwacha and cited among others the US Federal Reserve’s decision to reduce the amount of US dollar in circulation, the ripple effect of which is a legitimate fall in value of all currencies, kwacha inclusive. For all pessimists, whether PF or not, this is as certain as night and day, and when it happens, we as an economy, small and open, are on the receiving end. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: Government threaten to re-introduce price controls for mealie meal

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GOVERNMENT has warned it will re-introduce price controls for mealie meal if millers and retailers continue exploiting Zambians. Minister of Youth and Sport Chishimba Kambwili said this in an interview in Luanshya yesterday. Mr. Kambwili has said the rising prices are of great concern. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: 79,186 candidates make it to Grade 8

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OVER 279, 186 grade seven pupils who sat for their composite examinations have been selected to grade eight out of a total number of 312 443 with Luapula Province recording 100 percent passing rate
for both boys and girls. Click here for the Full Story

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