Daily Archives: Aug 18, 2016

Situation in Zambia is calm and peaceful-IG

INSPECTOR General (IG) of Police Kakoma Kanganja has said that the General security situation in the country is calm and peaceful. Kanganja said that the Zambia Police will continue to maintain law and order to sustain the peace that the … read more »

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Photos from the colonial archives

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Quote of the day

A weed is but an unloved flower. Ella Wheeler Wilcox

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First Republican President Dr Kenneth Kaunda Congratulates Edgar Lungu

First Republican President Dr Kenneth Kaunda has extended his congratulations to President-Elect Edgar Lungu on his re-election as Republican President in the August 11 polls. Delivering a written message when he called on the President at State House yesterday, Dr … read more »

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UNDP spends US$ 8 million to support Zambia’s Electoral Processs

THE United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has spent US$ 8 million to support the electoral process in Zambia from 2015 to-date, governance advisor Michael Soko has said. Mr Soko said the funding was meant to support the country’s five-year electoral … read more »

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Zimbabwe police break up anti-Mugabe protest

Zimbabwean police fired tear gas and water cannon to disperse about 100 people protesting against central bank plans to reintroduce local banknotes, a Reuters witness said. The protesters set out to march through the streets of the capital Harare toward … read more »

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Saying kids were endangered, Uganda is closing schools backed by U.S., World Bank, Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg

Uganda’s education minister just announced that the government is closing a controversial chain of for-profit nursery and primary schools because, she said, national standards were being ignored and the “life and safety” of some 12,000 children were endangered because of … read more »

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British lord’s heir, accused twice of murder, dies in Kenya

NAIROBI, Kenya –  A Kenya hospital official says a descendant of British aristocrats who twice had been accused of murdering locals has died after cardiac arrest. The chief executive of MP Shah hospital, Anup Das, on Wednesday announced the death … read more »

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