Daily Archives: Sep 5, 2016

PETITION THROWN OUT !

The Constitution Court has thrown out the election petition by the UPND Leader Hakainde Hichilema and his running Godfrey Bwalya Mwamba GBM. This means President Elect-Edgar Lungu is the legitimate victor of the just-ended elections that were petitioned by the … read more »

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Abba-The Winner Takes It All

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Photos from the colonial archives

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Quote of the day

Endurance is not just the ability to bear a hard thing, but to turn it into glory. William Barclay

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Miles Sampa congratulates Edgar Lungu and Inonge Wina

United Democratic Forum (UDF) President Miles Sampa says he respects and supports the re-election of President Edgar Lungu. The UDF Leader is among the political party leaders that entered into an alliance with the opposition UPND before the August 11th … read more »

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Mother Teresa rejected by NI Catholic hierarchy

In 1971, Mother Teresa was something of an international celebrity, revered around the world for her work with the poor. When a call came through to west Belfast priest Fr Des Wilson that she was keen to move to the … read more »

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Welp, God Just Cast His Vote. The Election Is Over.

Okay, everyone can go home now. Time to wrap this election up. The Almighty has cast his vote for president, and the forecast is grim: cloudy with a chance of Trump. Do you see it? The sweeping wisps of hair, … read more »

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Nigerian Military: Some Officers Selling Arms to Boko Haram

MAIDUGURI, NIGERIA — Nigeria’s military says some officers are selling arms and ammunition to Boko Haram, indicating the corruption bedeviling the country’s fight against the Islamic extremists continues despite government efforts to halt graft. The admission comes three weeks after … read more »

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