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    PF casts doubt on death penalty removal

    By NATION REPORTER IT is practically impossible for President Hakainde Hichilema and his administration to remove the death penalty without going for a referendum, Patriotic Front (PF) acting president, Given Lubinda, has said. Mr Lubinda said the country needed to go for a referendum to ensure that the death sentence was scrapped and anything apart from that would not amount to much. He said they
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    Embassies should apologise over rainbow flags – Bishop Banda

    By NATION REPORTER  WE are requesting Minister of Home Affairs and Internal Security Jack Mwiimbu and his Foreign Affairs counterpart Stanley Kakubo to explain how they allowed a group of non-governmental organisations to meet at a lodge in Siavonga to secretly strategise to decriminalise homosexuality, Pentecostal Assemblies of Africa (PAOA) President Joshua Banda has said. Bishop Banda said
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    1 day ago

    RUSSIA HAILS RELATIONS WITH ZAMBIA

    By Sharon Kunda: The Russian Government has hailed President HAKAINDE HICHILEMA for taking a balanced position with regards to the conflict between that country and Ukraine. Russia’s Ambassador to Zambia AZIM YARAKHMEDOV has also thanked President HICHILEMA for advocating for peace between the two countries. Mr. YARAKHMEDOV said this when he called on Information and Media Minister CHUSHI KASANDA
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    2 days ago

    KASONGO DIED OF MALARIA -KAMBWILI

    By ADRIAN MWANZA THE late National Democratic Congress (NDC) supporter involved in a fracas in Mpatamatu died of malaria and not as a result of an attack by Patriotic Front cadres led by Kabushi Member of Parliament Bowman Lusambo, PF aspiring candidate Chishimba Kambwili, has said. Mr Kambwili, who was part of the campaign trail in Mpatamatu in 2019, said the police had the evidence as a postmort
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    2 days ago

    Chile One’s relative fumes over police actions

    By ROGERS KALERO KELVIN Tembo, a family fpokesperson for the late renowned Kitwe businessman Richard Chileshe Mbulu, popularly known as Chile One, has warned the police to stop treating the widow,  Annie Monta like a victim when in actual fact she was a suspect in the murder of ‘Chile One’ who was shot dead. Mr Tembo said the family of ‘Chile One’ was agitated that the Police were treating Ms
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    Kasongo body not exhumed – police

    By MUKWIMA CHILALA The Zambia Police has refuted reports that it has exhumed the body of former National Democratic Congress -NDC youth Chairman Obed Kasongo stating that the news is fake news. Social Media has been awash with reports that the Zambia Police had exhumed the body of Mr Kasongo so as to do a fresh autopsy report. Mr. Kasongo was in 2019 assaulted in a Political fracas between suspect
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    2 days ago

    Death penalty to be scrapped – HH

    By NATION REPORTER THE new dawn administration has taken a decision to end the death penalty in the country and focus on the preservation of life, President Hakainde Hichilema has said. President Kunda during an address on the eve of the Africa Freedom Day which falls today said his administration would end the death penalty and would work with parliament to run through the process as the country
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    ZESCO CLEARED OVER WOODEN POLES

    By OLIVER SAMBOKO ZESCO did not break any law when it used a limited bidding procurement method to acquire wooden poles from outside the country, the Zambia Public Procurement Authority (ZPPA) has found. This follows a complaint by former Zambian ambassador to Ethiopia, and Permanent Representative to the AU, Emmanuel Mwamba against Zesco over the shortlisting of foreign companies for the procurem
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    Don’t trust IMF – Haabazoka

    By BUUMBA CHIMBULU THE call by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for governments to subsidise fuel and food prices is a clear indication that they should never be trusted, especially by developing countries like Zambia. Advising governments to provide such subsidies is a trap for developing countries to continue accumulating dollar-denominated debts which will ensure that governments are ensla

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