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    BEYOND POLITICS OF HEGEMONY!

    “NOTHING, IS AS LOATHSOME, AS THE INSATIABLE LUST FOR POWER, IN A POLITICIAN, BUT MEASURED POWER, IS RARE FOR FOOLS” ( SHIMUNZA, 2022). The Presidency of Zambia , historically, has tended to favour the least expected Presidents. Democracy, without an authentic reverence, for the Supremamcy and fear of God , leads to mere erroneous humanism, and it’s surrogates of; secularism, soc
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    3 days ago

    They’re after me – Tutwa Ngulube

    By NATION REPORTER THERE is a plot to have me arrested by the new dawn administration because I thwart all their plans, lawyer Tutwa Ngulube has said. Mr Ngulube who is also former Kabwe Central Member of Parliament said he has information that he would be picked any day from now by the police and other investigative wings because of his zero tolerance to intimidation and other machinations set in
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    3 days ago

    PARENT KILLER CHARGED WITH MURDER

    POLICE have slapped a murder charge on a 19-year-old man who killed his biological parents in Lusaka’s Salama Park last week. The murdered couple, Mr Nathaniel Mwakacheya, aged 53, and his wife, Pemba, aged 52, were allegedly murdered in their home, on Saturday, August 6, by their first born son. Police Spokesperson, Rae Haamonga confirmed yesterday that they arrested and charged the young man wit
    Community
    3 days ago

    Ban Alcohol Movement embark on a 546 kM awareness walk to Chipata

    By KETRA KALUNGA THE Ban Alcohol Movement lead by founder Dr. Brian Sampa has embarked on a 546-kilometre walk from Lusaka to Chipata expected to take about 11 days. Early yesterday which marked the sixth day of the awareness walk, the team approached Mpashya game reserve in Luangwa and is expected to arrive in Chipata after four to five days. Dr. Sampa said in an interview that once the awareness
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    3 days ago

    Mumbi Phiri’s case in hands of DPP, says Mweetwa

    By NATION REPORTER THE matter of the prolonged detention of Mumbi Phiri lies in the hands of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) and not the Republican President, UPND spokesperson Cornelius Mweetwa has said. Mr Mweetwa said in an interview it was unfair that the blame was heaped on the UPND when the matter was purely in the hands of the DPP. He said the DPP was not answerable to anyone and
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    3 days ago

    LUSAMBO TO RECONTEST KABUSHI SEAT

    By VITA BANDA FORMER Patriotic Front Kabushi Member of Parliament Bowman Lusambo has said he will recontest the seat. Mr Lusambo said he is eligible to recontest the Kabushi seat in Ndola. Speaking when he featured on Millennium Tonight Programme on Friday, he said the court judgement was unfair because he never engaged in electoral malpractice as alleged. He said if he was engaged in any electora
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    4 days ago

    SOCIALIST PARTY DEMANDS  CANCELLATION OF TAX HOLIDAY FOR MINING FIRMS

    By EVANS BANDA The UPND government must reverse its  decision of giving mining companies tax holiday, Socialist Party National Council Management Committee member Frank Bwlaya has demanded. Zambia’s former High Commissioner  to Australia, says  government’s position  does not benefit  Zambians as it only favours minority investors. He said the country does not need to depe
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    4 days ago

    NO ROAD, NO VOTE, MPS WARNED

    By KETRA KALUNGA IT is high time Members of Parliament for Kaputa and Chienge lobbied for a good road failure to which the people would give them a protest vote in the next general elections, Mwenya Musenge has warned. Mr. Musenge who is former National Democratic Congress (NDC) president said if the MPs including Vice President, Mutale Nalumango fail to lobby for a good road network in the two di
    Business
    4 days ago

    Fuel prices expected to drop further – FNB

    By BUUMBA CHIMBULU THE expected a drop in global oil prices, coupled with the expected steady performance of the Kwacha, should result in even further price reductions for fuel at the next review, says First National Bank (FNB) Zambia. The Energy Regulation Board adjusted the fuel prices downwards by K3.56/litre for petrol and K3.14/litre for diesel at the July price review, the lowest prices seen

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