Crimes of Passion On the Rise

[Times of Zambia] Religious Affairs Minister Godfridah Sumaili has said the Government is concerned at the increase in crimes of passion happening across the country.

[Times of Zambia] Religious Affairs Minister Godfridah Sumaili has said the Government is concerned at the increase in crimes of passion happening across the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Govt Degazettes Chief

[Times of Zambia] The Government has ordered the withdrawal of instruments of power from Chief Shimbizhi of the Ila people in Central Province following the Supreme Court’s ruling which annulled his chieftainship.

[Times of Zambia] The Government has ordered the withdrawal of instruments of power from Chief Shimbizhi of the Ila people in Central Province following the Supreme Court's ruling which annulled his chieftainship.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Nation Unites in Prayer

[Times of Zambia] Zambians from all walks of life yesterday braved the scorching heat to join hands in prayer as the country commemorated the National Day of Prayer and Fasting with a call for each other.

[Times of Zambia] Zambians from all walks of life yesterday braved the scorching heat to join hands in prayer as the country commemorated the National Day of Prayer and Fasting with a call for each other.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Crooked Civil Servants Swindle Banks

[Times of Zambia] Several banks and other money-lenders have been swindled by crooked civil servants who forged pay-slips to obtain loans at different financial institutions, the Office of the President has revealed.

[Times of Zambia] Several banks and other money-lenders have been swindled by crooked civil servants who forged pay-slips to obtain loans at different financial institutions, the Office of the President has revealed.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Zambia’s Lungu Urged to Desist From Dictatorship

[CAJ News] Lusaka -ZAMBIA President, Edgar Lungu, has been urged to stop a crackdown on media, opposition and human rights defenders critical of his dictatorial leadership. Rights advocates noted the Southern African country’s upholding of human rights…

[CAJ News] Lusaka -ZAMBIA President, Edgar Lungu, has been urged to stop a crackdown on media, opposition and human rights defenders critical of his dictatorial leadership. Rights advocates noted the Southern African country's upholding of human rights have declined since Lungu came into power in 2015. Under the reign of the former Minister of Justice and Minister of Defense, some media outlets have shut down while broadcasting authorities have suspended the licences of three private outlets. A private television station is

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Is Lusambo ‘Eavesdropping’ on President Lungu and Miles Sampa

It could appear that Copperbelt Minister Bowman Chilosha Lusambo may be a man so in charge of business that he even slaps everything out of his way to the top. But a curious image of him eavesdropping on former Matero … Continued

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It could appear that Copperbelt Minister Bowman Chilosha Lusambo may be a man so in charge of business that he even slaps everything out of his way to the top. But a curious image of him eavesdropping on former Matero Member of Parliament Miles Sampa’s conversation with President Edgar Lungu has gone viral. Sampa has been on his knees pleading to be re-admitted in the PF but has been handed a three year ban before he can be considered. His political star has hit rock bottom and is looking for a way back. What could Lusambo be stretching to hear in this image? The post Is Lusambo ‘Eavesdropping’ on President Lungu and Miles Sampa appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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