Daily Archives: May 8, 2016

President Lungu to launch PF Elections Manifesto-Davies Chama

President Edgar Lungu will launch a new manifesto for the ruling Patriotic Front-PF once the official campaign period starts. PF Secretary General Davies Chama says President Lungu will give direction of how the PF will be governed when he is … read more »

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Broken Hill (now Kabwe) in colonial Zambia

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Photos from the colonial archives

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Quote of the day

Obstacles are those frightful things you see when you take your eyes off your goal. – Henry Ford

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Zambia to Export 700 000 metric tonnes of Maize to the sub region-Lubinda

Minister of Agriculture Given Lubinda says Zambia will this year export about seven hundred thousand metric tonnes of excess Maize to the sub region. And Mr. Lubinda says he will next week announce in parliament the price at which the … read more »

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George Mpombo disbands his party and joins UPND

People’s Democratic Party President George Mpombo has announced the dissolution of his party and joined the UPND. Mr Mpombo said he is re-joining the UPND in order to contribute to the emancipation of the poor majority Zambians. And in receiving … read more »

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Nkana humiliated by GBFC

Nkana’s unbeaten run ended on Saturday when they lost 3-1 away to Green Buffaloes in Lusaka while champions Zesco United drew again but the status quo was maintained in the FAZ Super Division top two. Buffaloes dispatched Nkana to their … read more »

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Allow ECZ to pick printer of their choice-Mumbi Phiri

The ruling Patriotic Front has appealed to political players to allow the Electoral Commission of Zambia to independently pick a firm to print ballot papers for the August elections. In an interview, Mrs Phiri said politicians should desist from putting … read more »

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Britain has found its Obama

Sadiq Khan’s victory in the London mayoral election puts him — in theory — just two or three election cycles away from being Britain’s first nonwhite, Muslim prime minister. His ability to win (in contrast to the current Labour leadership … read more »

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