Daily Archives: Apr 21, 2016

Foreigners seek refuge at church

MORE than 100 foreigners have sought refuge at Saint Ignatius Catholic Parish in Lusaka, following a spate of riots and ransacking of shops and houses owned by foreigners. This follows suspicions by residents from townships that foreigners were behind the … read more »

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Soldiers deployed to curb riotous behaviour

GOVERNMENT has deployed 440 soldiers to patrol the streets of Lusaka to curb the suspected ritual killings and the riotous behaviour that has rocked some parts of the capital city recently. This follows a directive by President Edgar Lungu who … read more »

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GBM asks Kambwili to change venue for debate for security reasons

UPND Vice President Geoffrey Mwamba has proposed that the venue for the highly anticipated public debate against Chief Government Spokesman Chishimba Kambwili be changed. Mr Mwamba said the venue should be moved from New Government Complex to either Pamodzi or … read more »

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UPND demands ECZ drops Dubai firm from printing Ballot Papers

The opposition UPND through their lawyers Dindi and Company have written to the Electoral Commission of Zambia objecting to its intentions to award the tender to print ballot papers to a Dubai firm. In the letter dated 19th April 2016, … read more »

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This is the last known photo of Hitler

Shortly before committing suicide in his underground Führerbunker, Hitler stepped outside with an SS officer to survey nearby bomb damage from Allied forces. On April 30, 1945, Hitler learned that Berlin had fallen into Allied control and that his Third … read more »

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Fired for preaching: Georgia dumps doctor over church sermons

Bi-vocational pastors be warned – what you say from the pulpit on Sunday could get you fired from your public sector job on Monday. Dr. Eric Walsh, a renowned public health expert who also serves as a lay minister, has … read more »

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