Daily Archives: Nov 19, 2011

Mr. President “there are no caves online”

By Daniel Mwamba When President Sata swore in Mr. Mumba Malila as new Attorney-General, he directed him to investigate the authority of websites “operating in Zambia” that are spreading lies about him and the government. He specifically directed Mr. Malila … read more »

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Chief hails President Sata for increasing monthly subsidies

Chief Sekute of the Toka Leya people of Kazungula District has praised President Michael Sata for increasing monthly subsidies for traditional leaders. The Traditional Leader described the gesture as an act of care and love for chiefs by the Patriotic … read more »

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Mixed reactions greet technical committee

By Dean Mwaanga and Caroline Kalombe SEVERAL stakeholders have reacted with mixed feelings to the announcement of a technical committee to draft the new constitution. While some are happy with the committee, others have complained about the exclusion of certain … read more »

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‘Cut base lending rates further’

FINANCE and national Planning Minister Alexander Chikwanda has challenged commercial banks to reduce base lending rates further following the measures by the central bank and the government. Mr Chikwanda said the financial institutions could go down further as they still … read more »

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Dora Siliya’s house searched by Police, DEC ACC

A COMBINED team of Zambia Police Service, Drug Commission Enforcement (DEC), and Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) yesterday searched former Education minister’s house Dora Siliya. Police service spokesperson Elizabeth Kanjela refused to comment on the search, but said a comprehensive statement would … read more »

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Twelve suspected illegal immigrants arrested

A combined team of Zambian and Zimbabwean immigration officers has arrested 12 suspected illegal immigrants and detained them at Siavonga police station. ZANIS reports from Siavonga that a team of immigration officers intercepted and apprehended Somalis, Ethiopians and three Zimbabwean … read more »

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IMPŪMBA MUKOWA -2. Mu lwīmbo lwakwa P.K. Chishala “Impūmba Mukowa” mwāliba amashiwi na yámbi ati: “Ichâlo bápata `bantu bamwêna ku nkoko.” Apá épo nalasosa lelo. “ICHALO BÁPATA `BANTU BAMWÊNA KU NKOKO.” Chipilibula shani? Customarily speaking, when you arrive in a … read more »

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Ndola vendors riot

By Majie Sayila POLICE in Ndola yesterday used teargas to disperse rioting vendors in the city centre who attempted to defy an order by the Ndola City Council (NCC) to move out of the streets. The street vendors fought running … read more »

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