Daily Archives: Feb 16, 2017

Zambia Police Raid M’membe’s house

POLICE last evening raided the home of Fred M’membe, the former managing director of the Post Newspaper, which is now in liquidation. Police officers arrived at the house on Nangwenya Road around 17:00 hours and proceeded to produce their warrant. … read more »

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House of exile-Jimmy Cliff

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Mansa Step dad jailed for defiling stepdaughter

A 45 year old man of Mansa has been sentenced to 17 years imprisonment with hard labor for defiling his 15 year old stepdaughter. And in the same court, Alfred Chisenga 65 of Temfwe Village in Chembe District was also … read more »

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Photos from the colonial archives

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HH is the biggest political disaster Zambia has ever seen-Given Lubinda

Justice Minister Given Lubinda has charged that opposition UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema is the biggest political disaster the country has ever seen. Mr Lubinda said it is unfortunate that he has allowed to abuse the courts of Law and disparage … read more »

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Quote of the day

      Whoever is happy will make others happy too. – Anne Frank

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SACCORD wants Zambia to remain an ICC member

The Southern African Center for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes (SACCORD) says Zambia should maintain its membership of the International Criminal Court. Executive Director Boniface Cheembe says leaving the ICC will make Zambia cease being a leading democratic example on … read more »

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Kenyan court frees doctors’ leaders jailed during health sector strike

NAIROBI (Reuters) – Kenya’s Court of Appeal on Wednesday ordered the release from jail of officials from the national doctors’ union so they can negotiate with the government over a strike that has paralyzed the public health sector. The strike … read more »

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US warns of growing piracy risk off West Africa

Abidjan (AFP) – The United States is increasingly worried about pirate attacks off West Africa and is committed to helping countries bolster security in the region, a US diplomat said Tuesday. At least 27 attacks on boats, including robberies, kidnappings … read more »

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