Daily Archives: Nov 4, 2011

Sata honeymoon over, faces complicated dangerous path – Political Week

By Daniel Mwamba He has just been in the office for a modest 40 days and President Sata’s honeymoon seems to be over already. Face book posts which were praising the President have now turned into criticising him particularly on … read more »

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Zambia 2012 Budget, Friday, November 2011

Zambia’s new government will deliver its first budget on November 11 after a delay of several weeks due to the September 20 election victory of long-term opposition leader Michael Sata, a senior official said on Thursday. Secretary to the Treasury … read more »

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China says Human Rights Watch report not faithful

By Daniel Mwamba Chinese Embassy in Zambia has denied the report by Human Rights Watch of abusing workers in Zambian copper mines. The Human Rights Watch report accused Chinese-run copper mines of labour abuses, including illegal safety practices, hostility to … read more »

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Chief Kapichila is dead

Chief KAPICHILA of the Chewa speaking people in Lundazi, eastern province has died. Lundazi District Administration officer Mukule Banda confirmed the death of the Chief, to ZANIS. Mr. Banda says the 92 year old traditional leader died in Lundazi district … read more »

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Water companies challenged to improve service delivery

Chambeshi Water and Sewerage Company has been challenged to fully address consumer concerns over quality of services in Northern province. National Water Supply and Sanitation Corporation -NWSCO- Director Kelvin Chitumbo says the Water company must accommodate customer and stakeholder complaints. … read more »

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Zambia a shining example in Africa

Zambia has been cited as one of the 34 countries in Africa that has made good effort in submitting regular reports to the African Union (AU) on steps being taken to promote gender equality. And the African Union has set … read more »

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ZRA commission of Inquiry to start on Tuesday

The Commission of Inquiry appointed to probe operations of the Zambia Revenue Authority -ZRA- will start sitting in Lusaka on Tuesday next week. Commission Chairperson Kingsley Chanda says the sittings, at Mulungushi Conference centre will run from 10-hours to 13-hours … read more »

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Chipolopolo out of CECAFA

The Confederation of Eastern and Central African Football Association -CECAFA has withdrawn the invitation to the Zambia national team to take part in this year’s CECAFA senior championship in Tanzania later this month. Football Association of Zambia Communications Manager Erick … read more »

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Zambezi Airline flies to court

Zambezi Airline has challenged the suspension of its air service permit. The Airline has sort judicial review over the matter in the Lusaka High Court. Zambezi airline is seeking a court order to quash the decision by transport, works and … read more »

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