Zambia: Policies and systems to block social media websites on cards

Story from the Lusaka Voice Website
Secretary to the Cabinet Roland Msiska has said his office is working on policies and systems that will block certain social media websites being accessed in government offices during working hours. Read More

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Zambia: HH to hold a press conference at 11:00 hours

Story from the Lusaka Times Website
United Party for National Development (UPND) President Hakainde Hichilema is today scheduled to hold a press conference. In a statement made available to the media by his media team, Mr Hichilema will hold the conference at the Radisson Blu hotel, Lusaka, in the conference boardroom at 11:00hrs. Read More

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Zambia: I’m still in the race – Nawakwi

Story from the Lusaka Voice Website
FORUM for Democracy and Development (FDD) presidential candidate Edith Nawakwi says she is in the race until the last ballot is counted.

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Zambia: Guy Scott and Edgar Lungu Reconcile

Story from the Lusaka Times Website
PF President Edgar Chagwa Lungu and Acting President Dr. Guy Lindsay Scott have put their differences behind and pledged to work together. In a meeting brokered by Northmead Assemblies of God Bishop Dr. Joshua Banda, Edgar Lungu and Guy Scott agreed that they will be together at the Supreme Court during the filing of presidential nominations by PF President Edgar Chagwa Lungu. Read More

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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: Sata to bring light

Story from the Post Websitesata

FIRST LADY Dr Christine Kaseba makes too much noise when there is loadshedding, reveals President Michael Sata. And President Sata says he does not want to see any child who does not go to school in Zambia during his presidency. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: Patrick Mwanawasa interested in re-contesting the vacant Kafulafuta parley seat

Story from the Lusaka TimPatrick Mwanawasa JRes Website

LOSING Patriotic Front (PF) Kafulafuta constituency candidate in the 2011 general elections, Patrick Mwanawasa, has not ruled out re-contesting the vacant seat if called upon by the ruling party hierarchy. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: PF scoops Feira by-election

pfStory from the Lusaka Times Website

The ruling Patriotic Front (PF) has scooped the Feira Parliamentary by-election ….. A total of 5 615 votes were cast and counted from 31 polling stations of the constituency. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: Voting underway in Feira

ELECTIONStory from the Zambian Eye Website

The people of Feira constituency in Luangwa district of Eastern province have started voting to elect their new Member of Parliament (MP). 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: Dandy regrets composing ‘Donchi Kubeba’

Dandy CrazyStory from the Independent Observer

Donchi Kubeba star Dandy Krazy whose real names are Wesley Chibambo, said he regrets producing the song because of the PF’s failure to address challenges that he catalogued in the song.  Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: President Michael Sata calls on Zambians to work hard and sacrifice in order to develop the country

Story from the Lusaka Times Wesitesata

Zambians need to work hard and sacrifice in order for the country’s development agenda to propel forward, President Michael Sata has said. Click here for the Full Story

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