Daily Archives: Mar 12, 2012

MMD cadres out, PF in

Vice President Guy Scott says the PF government is working hard to get rid of MMD cadres who are still serving in the civil service. Dr Scott says the MMD cadres are making attempts to sabotage the PF government operations. … read more »

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Zambia celebrates youth day

Zambia is commemorating Youth day under the theme ” accelerating youth empowerment for sustainable development”. Various activities have been held in different parts of the country. In Lusaka, President Michael Sata was among hundreds of people witnessing the commemoration of … read more »

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President Sata orders ministry of health to evacuate Robiana Muteka

President Michael Chilufya Sata has directed Ministry of Health permanent secretary Dr Peter Mwaba to immediately evacuate 24 year-old Robiana Muteka to the University Teaching Hospital (UTH) for specialist evaluation. The President says the Zambian Government stands ready to facilitate … read more »

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FORMER Minister in MMD to support the re-introduction of the Abuse of Office clause

FORMER Minister of Finance Situmbeko Musokotwane says he will support the re-introduction of the Abuse of Office clause when it is tabled in Parliament. The clause was removed by the MMD government in which he served. Dr Musokotwane, who is … read more »

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Zambia no immediate plans to increase mining taxes

VICE-PRESIDENT Guy Scott says Government has no immediate plans to increase mining taxes but that it expects China Non-Ferrous Corporation Africa (NFCA) Chambishi mine to pay its dues and respect workers. And Dr Scott has warned that the authorities will … read more »

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MADE IN ZAMBIA

[wide] [/wide] By Jackie Mwanza I spent the first couple of years in the early 1990’s visiting my family who lived in Brussels at the time, at least 3 times a year. It was there that I dated a Belgian … read more »

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