Daily Archives: Mar 24, 2012

“Be real” Lubinda tells donation critics

Minister of Foreign Affairs and Tourism Given Lubinda has charged that it is immoral for anyone to rejoice over reports that president Michael Sata is in India for medical check-ups. Mr. Lubinda has however maintained that President Sata’s private visit … read more »

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ZAMBIA RAINBOW COALITION -Government on Freedom of Information Bill

Press Releaseon – reversal by government on Freedom of Information Bill It is with heavy hearts that the Zambians witness yet another reversal and non-fulfillment of promise by the current government of president Michael .C.Sata. We are saddened to note … read more »

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Sata is ‘somehow unconventional’ observes Bostwana

[wide][/wide]Visiting Zambian President Sata refused to eat food at the events he attended apparently in solidarity with the starving masses. He also quizzed government officials on why they wasted food when there were so many starving people out there. President … read more »

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Freedom of Information Bill coming

The Freedom of Information Bill will be presented to parliament between July and August this year. Information and Labour Permanent Secretary Amos Malupenga made this disclosure and emphasised government’s committed to implementing the Information Bill. Mr Malupenga also clarified that … read more »

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Kwacha free fall

THE kwacha’s free fall against major convertible currencies has continued with the local currency reaching K5,350 while analysts predict its further fall. According to market analysts, “pure onshore has continued to drive high demand for US dollars as market continued … read more »

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World TB Day: 24th March

By Moses Banda World TB Day, falling on March 24th each year, is designed to build public awareness that tuberculosis today remains an epidemic in much of the world, causing the deaths of several million people each year, mostly in … read more »

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