Antonio Mwanza Says Zambians Living In Fear

FDD deputy secretary general Antonio Mwanza says Zambians are no longer safe in their own country. Commenting on reports that a Lusaka political commentator Mark Simuuwe had disappeared after appearing on a local radio program, Mwanza says critics of the … Continued

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FDD deputy secretary general Antonio Mwanza says Zambians are no longer safe in their own country. Commenting on reports that a Lusaka political commentator Mark Simuuwe had disappeared after appearing on a local radio program, Mwanza says critics of the state will be victims of arbitrary arrests. READ FULL STATEMENT BY MWANZA We fear for the life and safety of Comrade Mark Simuuwe who was “abducted” by the Police yesterday after his appearance on Unza Radio’s Lusaka Star. His whereabouts remain unknown. Mark Simuuwe has been a fierce critic of the PF Government and his “arrest” and subsequent “disappearance” is a source of great concern to us. These are the ramifications of the invocation of the Public Security Preservation Act. Many critics of the state will be victims of arbitrary arrests, torture even extrajudicial killings. We saw this during the One Party dictatorship of KK and UNIP. Alot of dissidents were arrested on trumped up charges, tortured and others mysteriously disappeared. Today it is Mark Simuuwe, tomorrow it could be you or me. We are not safe. Our hearts and prayers go to comrade Mark. The post Antonio Mwanza Says Zambians Living In Fear appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Tennis Ace Roger Federer to Open 81st Schools

[Nyasa Times] Tennis ace Roger Federer has launched a childcare centre in Malawi funded by his charity ,Roger Federer foundation, is set to open its 81st pre-school in Malawi after spending approximately $13.5million in one of the poorest countries in …

[Nyasa Times] Tennis ace Roger Federer has launched a childcare centre in Malawi funded by his charity ,Roger Federer foundation, is set to open its 81st pre-school in Malawi after spending approximately $13.5million in one of the poorest countries in the world.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Tennis Ace Roger Federer to Open 81st Schools

[Nyasa Times] Tennis ace Roger Federer has launched a childcare centre in Malawi funded by his charity ,Roger Federer foundation, is set to open its 81st pre-school in Malawi after spending approximately $13.5million in one of the poorest countries in …

[Nyasa Times] Tennis ace Roger Federer has launched a childcare centre in Malawi funded by his charity ,Roger Federer foundation, is set to open its 81st pre-school in Malawi after spending approximately $13.5million in one of the poorest countries in the world.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

‘Chaponda, Accomplices to Face Joint Graft Charges’

[Nyasa Times] The Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) deputy director and its prosecutor Reyneck Matemba has said the bureau will apply to court to consolidate the charge sheet of former minister of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development Geogre Chapond…

[Nyasa Times] The Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) deputy director and its prosecutor Reyneck Matemba has said the bureau will apply to court to consolidate the charge sheet of former minister of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development Geogre Chaponda, CEO of Grain Traders Association, Ms Grace Mijiga Mhango and Transglobe boss Rashid Tayub inconnection with the Zambia maize deal in 2016.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

‘Chaponda, Accomplices to Face Joint Graft Charges’

[Nyasa Times] The Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) deputy director and its prosecutor Reyneck Matemba has said the bureau will apply to court to consolidate the charge sheet of former minister of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development Geogre Chapond…

[Nyasa Times] The Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) deputy director and its prosecutor Reyneck Matemba has said the bureau will apply to court to consolidate the charge sheet of former minister of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development Geogre Chaponda, CEO of Grain Traders Association, Ms Grace Mijiga Mhango and Transglobe boss Rashid Tayub inconnection with the Zambia maize deal in 2016.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Govt Hailed for Slowly Implementing Indaba Resolutions

[Nyasa Times] Public Affairs Committee (PAC) has come out, hailing the government for implementing the indaba resolutions which among them called for the arrest of former embattled Agriculture minister George Chaponda on corruption charges.

[Nyasa Times] Public Affairs Committee (PAC) has come out, hailing the government for implementing the indaba resolutions which among them called for the arrest of former embattled Agriculture minister George Chaponda on corruption charges.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Govt Hailed for Slowly Implementing Indaba Resolutions

[Nyasa Times] Public Affairs Committee (PAC) has come out, hailing the government for implementing the indaba resolutions which among them called for the arrest of former embattled Agriculture minister George Chaponda on corruption charges.

[Nyasa Times] Public Affairs Committee (PAC) has come out, hailing the government for implementing the indaba resolutions which among them called for the arrest of former embattled Agriculture minister George Chaponda on corruption charges.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi