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: First Lady Christine Kaseba calls on Zambians to mourn her husband in peace

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First Lady, Christine Kaseba, has called for all Zambians to mourn her late husband in peace. Dr Kaseba said this is the time to reflect and celebrate the life of President Michael Sata, saying the late President was a peace maker. Read More

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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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Major Airlines

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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  7. Government opens talks to re-establish a national airline

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: FIRED LIVINGSTONE NURSES PLEAD WITH SATA

Protesting nurses at the University Teaching Hospital in Lusaka

Story from the Zibani Zambia Website

The fired Paramedics of Livingstone General Hospital have written a letter of apology through their Medical Superintendent to President Michael Sata seeking that he would exercise leniency for their action in taking part in an illegal strike. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: KK represents Sata at Mandela’s memorial service

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DR Kenneth Kaunda is representing President Michael Sata and the country at today’s memorial service of former South African president Nelson Mandela. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: Sata to bring light

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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/USA: Bush hails Zambia’s commitment to fighting HIV/AIDS

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Former United States President George W. Bush has praised the Zambian government for its commitment in the fight HIV/AIDS. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: Copperbelt youths ask Sata to swallow pride and listen to HH

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English: Location of Copperbelt Province, Zambia in Zambia ‪Norsk (bokmål)‬: Kart over Copperbelt i Zambia (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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Youths on the Copperbelt have asked president Micheal Sata to get advise from UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema on how to run the economy of the country. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: Sata’s Son Gets K6 Billion House from Chinese Contractor

Mulenga Sata.  Picture from the Zambia Reports Website

Mulenga Sata.
Picture from the Zambia Reports Website

Story from the Zambia Reports Website

A Chinese road contractor known as Shu has allegedly bought a house in Kabulonga for President Michael Sata’s son Mulenga under suspicious circumstances. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: KK is a letdown-Muhabi

Picture from the Zed Chronicle Muhabi Lungu

Picture from the Zed Chronicle Muhabi Lungu

Story from Lusaka Times

Spokesman in the Office of the MMD President Muhabi Lungu said he is disappointed with First Republican President Kenneth Kaunda’s support for President Michael Sata and the PF government. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: Sata’s booing at AU bad for Zambia’s image-UPND

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The opposition UPND has charged that the booing suffered by President Michael Sata at the Africa Union youth summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia is bad for Zambia’s international image. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: Sata booed at AU, says he doesn’t know why he is there

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President Michael Sata was booed at the African Union (AU) meeting after spontaneously breaking into uncoordinated commentary. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: Sata Hands over 1,000 Higer buses

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Over 1,000 buses have been procured from Higer Bus Company with the assistance from the Development Bank of Zambia (DBZ). 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

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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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