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Oct 31,2014 AT 14:00
IT WILL be chaotic for the PF to continue on a path of violence after ...
UNITED States President Barrack Obama has urged Zambians to remain peaceful ...
Oct 31,2014 AT 14:00
JAPANESE foreign minister Fumio Kishida says president Michael Sata advocated people-led ...
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PRESIDENT Michael Sata’s extraordinary leadership went beyond human understanding, says Bwacha ...
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 BUSINESS
Oct 31,2014 AT 14:00
COMESA says the Tripartite Free Trade Area set to be Africa’s largest economic bloc will ...
THE Lusaka Stock Exchange says trade turnover during the 2014 third ...
Oct 31,2014 AT 14:00
RELATIVE calm has returned to the foreign exchange market, with the ...
Oct 31,2014 AT 14:00
ENVIRONMENT and natural resources permanent secretary In’utu Suba says the Zambezi ...
Oct 31,2014 AT 10:52
 
 
 INTERNATIONAL
Oct 31,2014 AT 09:51
Investors are pushing Standard Chartered to be more aggressive in cutting costs and to strengthen ...
Deutsche Bank swung to an unexpected net loss of €94m ($120m) ...
Oct 31,2014 AT 14:00
PROTESTORS angry at plans to allow Burkina Faso’s President Blaise Compaore ...
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Brazil’s central bank raised interest rates on Wednesday to their highest ...
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 SPORTS
Oct 31,2014 AT 09:29
SHEPOLOPOLO players were on Wednesday each paid K1,500 of the over K12,000 owed to them. The ...
UNDER-20 coach Hector Chilombo says he will have a strong team ...
Oct 31,2014 AT 09:30
THE National Sports Council of Zambia has cancelled all sports  activities ...
Oct 31,2014 AT 09:36
A DAY before Africa Rally Championship contender Mohammed Essa leaves to ...
Oct 31,2014 AT 09:38
 
 
 OTHER NEWS
 

ENVIRONMENT and natural resources permanent secretary In’utu Suba says the Zambezi River source is in danger of drying up due to encroachment. During a courtesy call on North-Western Province deputy permanent secretary Alfred Chingi, Suba said posterity would judge the PF government harshly if the Zambezi River was destroyed. “Imagine if the ...
BY EDWIN MBULO IN SOLWEZI ON Oct 31,2014 AT 10:52


CHANGING weather patterns are causing the drying up of the boreholes in Lusaka, says University of Zambia Civil and Environmental engineering lecturer James Tembo. The Lusaka Water and Sewerage Company has warned of serious water rationing following reduced underground water levels. Commenting on the revelation, Tembo said it would be difficult to ...
BY FRIDAH NKONDE ON Oct 31,2014 AT 14:00


TRADERS at Lusaka’s old Soweto Market say if they had a way, they  would stay at home and mourn the demise of president Michael Sata. Angela Nyirenda, a trader at the market, said the late president was a good leader who cared for the poor. “We are deeply hurt to wake up ...
BY DAVID KASHIKI ON Oct 31,2014 AT 14:00


MUSICIANS Joe Chibangu, ‘Uncle’ Rex Mukonda, Mainza Ndili (Jonto) and  Chola Mumba have released a tribute song to late president Michael Sata. Mwende bwino asks God to strengthen the bereaved family and the nation at large. The song also salutes the late president’s bravery, and his dedication to achieving his goals. In an ...
BY ABIGAIL SITENGE ON Oct 31,2014 AT 10:17


CHIPATA district has recorded 231 cases of gender-based violence in September alone. Eastern Province Young Women Christian Association coordinator Dorothy Njobvu said it was sad that GBV cases had increased despite an ongoing sensitization programme. “You know when we get statistics sometimes we don’t get alarmed, we can either be excited or ...
BY CHRISTOPHER MITI IN CHIPATA ON Oct 31,2014 AT 14:00

 
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