Daily Archives: Oct 8, 2011

Truth, Justice and the Politics of Retribution – Banda deserves to be prosecuted

By Malama Katulwende Uganda’s social critic, Nina Mbabazi Rukikaire, recently posted a blog in which she scoffed at some of President Sata’s recent policy statements ever since he assumed the office of President of Zambia almost two weeks ago. In … read more »

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Sata snubs Malawi summit

In 2006, Sata was expelled from Zambia’s new president, Michael Sata, said on Saturday he would not travel to Malawi for a regional summit because his counterpart had failed to apologise for having him expelled five years ago. Malawi after … read more »

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Bicycles seized from Situmbeko Musokotwane’s home

POLICE in Lusaka on October 7 confiscated over 1,000 bicycles from the home of former Minister of Finance and National Planning Situmbeko Musokotwane. Police spokesperson Ndandula Siamana said the service decided to investigate the matter after a tip from members … read more »

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Shortage of staff hits Zambia education sector

MINISTER of Education, Science, Technology and Vocational Training John Phiri has said Zambia is currently experiencing a shortage of human resource and is unable to meet the increased demand for various technical education, vocational and entrepreneurship training (TEVET) skills as … read more »

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‘Opposition won’t frustrate us’ Guy Scott

By Anthony Mulowa VICE-PRESIDENT Guy Scott has said the opposition will not frustrate the Government in its quest to bring about legislation that will benefit the ordinary Zambians. Dr Scott said the Government would embark on policies and reforms which … read more »

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Sata warns partisan civil servants, as he make more appointments

By Bob Sianjalika PRESIDENT Michael Sata has advised political and partisan civil servants to immediately resign from the public service and join a political party of their choice. Mr Sata said he would not tolerate any politics in the civil … read more »

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PF government to cut on donor dependence

THE Government has pledged to cut over-dependence on donor funding by stimulating economic growth through a broadened revenue collection system to stem the effects of the current downward trend in commodity prices internationally. Speaking when he met the donor community … read more »

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