Daily Archives: Apr 5, 2012

Malawi’s President Mutharika unconscious in the intensive care unit

Malawi’s President Bingu wa Mutharika has been admitted to hospital after suffering a cardiac arrest. Mr Mutharika, 78, is unconscious in the intensive care unit of a hospital in the capital, Lilongwe, after falling ill on Thursday morning. Several family … read more »

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Zambia Mining sector’s transparency improves

MINING has for many years single-handedly driven the Zambian economy with copper being the protagonist among the several metals in the country. Up until 2008, there has been no examining eye which had been laid on the books of accounts … read more »

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Old woman raped

A KNIFE-wielding youth defied tradition and respect for elders when he raped a 60-year-old woman, who ended up in hospital in Kapiri Mposhi. The man, aged 20 and only identified as Ernest, is alleged to have repeatedly raped the woman, … read more »

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Zambian Prisons “hell on earth”

VICE-President Guy Scott has described the deplorable conditions at Mukobeko Maximum Security Prison in Kabwe as ”hell on earth”. Dr Scott said in Kabwe yesterday that the prison conditions had deteriorated to levels where inmates had been de-humanised. He said … read more »

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Western province advised to understand implications of Barotse

A political Analyst says the people of Western Province need to understand the Implications of the content of the Barotseland Agreement. Dr. Alex Ng’oma has told QFM News that the boundaries of the Barotseland go beyond some of Zambias borders … read more »

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Zambians feel cheated – HH

United Party for National Development (UPND) leader Hakainde Hichilema has charged that Zambians feel cheated by the many promises the Patriotic Front made prior to the 2011 elections which it has failed to fulfill. Mr Hichilema says it is important … read more »

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Sata Mourns Chitimukulu

President Michael Sata says he has learnt with great sadness the death of Mwine Lubemba, Paramount Chief Chitimukulu the 37th of the Bemba people who died at the University Teaching Hospital yesterday. In his message of condolences to the Bemba … read more »

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