Daily Archives: Jun 30, 2012

LapGreen lawyers fight on

LAWYERS representing Lap Green Networks in a matter in which the Libyan-company has challenged the Zambian Government’s reversal of 75 per cent shares in Zamtel, have filed 177 pieces of documentary evidence to support its judicial review proceedings. The filing … read more »

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Andeleki sues Daily Nation

REGISTRAR of Societies Clement Andeleki has sued proprietor of Daily Nation Newspaper, Richard Sakala for defamation and is demanding K2 billion as punitive damages. Mr Andeleki said the Newspaper had continued to publish defamatory articles with the latest being the … read more »

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State assures private universities of support

EDUCATION Minister, John Phiri has said Government will explore further avenues of working with the private sector involved in tertiary education. The minister said private univesities were key players in national development. And First Republican President Kenneth Kaunda bemoaned the levels of moral … read more »

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Python attacks Chirundu man

A TWENTY-five-year old man of Chirundu is battling for his life in the University Teaching Hospital (UTH) in Lusaka after being attacked by a python. Charles Mwalima, a worker at ZAMBEEF in Chirundu, said he was attacked by the reptile … read more »

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Be innovative, taxi operators advised

FOREIGN Affairs and Tourism Minister Given Lubinda has urged taxi operators and traders in Livingstone to be innovative if they are to benefit from the hosting of United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) general assembly in the tourist capital and … read more »

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Water quality worries consumers

THE Lusaka City Council deserves commendation for recommending the closure of companies suspected of producing mineral water of inferior quality that falls below legally stipulated standards. Purveyors of counterfeit products and suspect brands are putting the lives of innocent consumers … read more »

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Zambia upbeat about $5m Tazara costs

ZAMBIA says it will meet its US$5 million obligation toward running costs required to help salvage the battered operations of the Tanzania-Zambia Railway Authority (TAZARA). Another US$5 million will come from Tanzania, who are the other partner in the railway … read more »

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No sacred cows in graft fight – Zulu

JUSTICE Minister Sebastain Zulu has said no arm of Government is immune to the fight against corruption and that the battle to root out the vice requires concerted efforts from all stakeholders. Mr Zulu said in Lusaka yesterday that the … read more »

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Scott assures parley on projects

VICE-President Guy Scott yesterday assured Parliament that the Patriotic Front (PF) Government will fully implement development projects currently underway in various parts of the country. Winding up debate on the motion on the report of the Committee on Government Assurances, … read more »

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