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    HH should fire Kajoba

    By NATION REPORTER INSPECTOR General of Police Lemmy Kajoba is no longer fit to head the Police Service because he has completely lost his credibility and President Hakainde Hichilema should consider retiring him, Sean Tembo has said. And Mr Tembo has accused Mr Kajoba of exhibiting partisan traits in the manner he was superintending over the police service by identifying some suspects by politica
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    Govt releases K33m salary arrears for TAZARA workers

    By NATION REPORTER GOVERNMENT has released K33 million for the clearance of salary arrears for TAZARA employees ending September 2022. Minister of Transport and Logistics Frank Tayali said the funds would cover salaries for the period up to end of September 2022. Mr Tayali said the UPND was a caring government under President Hakainde Hichilema and poised to continue fulfilling all the promises ma
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    12 hours ago

    Power tariffs hike a must – PF

    By CHARLES MUSONDA THE UPND government has no choice but to increase electricity tariffs and connection fees as part and parcel of its recommendations of its cost of service study and conditionalities of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Antonio Mwanza has said. Mr Mwanza who is the Patriotic Front (PF) media director said it was clear that the new dawn administration  had surrendered Za
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    19 hours ago

    BALANCING THE AGRICULTURE TIGHTROPE: A CASE FOR ZAMBIA

    By DARLINGTON CHILUBA THE diversification of the agriculture sector has been a political and economic theme for Zambia since the 1970s when it became obvious that single commodity dependence could negatively impact the country. This dependence on copper has since plagued successive administrations and resulted in the creation of subsidy programmes with the Farmer Input Support Programme (FISP) ran
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    I’M NEITHER PF NOR UPND

    By NATION REPORTER SUSPENDED Director of Public Prosecution Lillian Siyunyi has named Ackson Sejani, Senior Chief Mukuni’s wife Veronica Munakasale Mukuni, Speaker of the National Assembly Nelly Mutti as some of the prominent Zambians for whom she had entered nolle prosequi. Ms Siyunyi has rubbished assertions that she is aligned to the Patriotic Front (PF) declaring that she has never been a memb
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    Women MP’s pass vote of no confidence in police

    By NATION REPORTER PATRIOTIC Front (PF) women members of Parliament have passed a vote of no confidence in the Zambia Police because of their inertia and failure to have announced the abduction of Pamela Chusumpa and 12 other girls that were found in the now haunted Chalala house in Lusaka. The female parliamentarians said it was unfortunate that 13 young women could be abducted and the police cou
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    Mumbi Phiri, Shebby Chilekwa plead not guilty

    By NATION REPORTER FORMER Patriotic Front (PF) deputy secretary general Mumbi Phiri and her co-accused Shebby Chilekwa’s murder case yesterday commenced with the state calling three witnesses. The duo who have been charged with the murder of UPND cadre Lawrence Banda during a by election in Kaoma pleaded not guilty. The three state witnesses testified and gave account of the happenings of what tra
    Crime
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    FLUSH OUT ABDUCTORS

    THAT so many girls could be abducted and held captive against their will makes sad reading and highlights the need for community policing. It also shows that no one is safe, that one is always at risk of being abducted on the streets and held captive for a ransom. The dramatic rescue of the girls highlights the need for communities to be alert all the time and be other other’s keeper at a time whe
    Crime
    3 days ago

    Chalala House of Horror!

    By GIDEON NYENDWA THIRTEEN girls including mobile money agent Pamela Chisumpa were yesterday rescued by neighbours from a dungeon-like house in Lusaka’s Chalala area where they had been kept captive for several months after they were abducted by two hoodlums one of whom has been arrested. SOME OF THE GIRLS PAMELA The girls were rescued from the house whose inside exhibited signs of rituals after o
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