Daily Archives: May 25, 2017

ACC re-arrests Alfred Sakala

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The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has re-arrested former Deputy Permanent Secretary (DPS) for Luapula Province Alfred Sakala and a contractor Moffat Kabimba for corruption involving K47, 763. 22. Alfred Sakala, 43, of house No. NY94 Woodlands Extension, Godfrey Chitalu Road, today 24th of May 2017 charged with one (1) count of willful failure to comply with applicable procedures contrary to section ...

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Zambia’s struggle is economic liberation – CSPR

Patrick Nshindano

The Civil Society for Poverty Reduction says it remains concerned that the greatest struggle for Zambians is that of economic liberation. CSPR Executive Director Patrick Nshindano says whilst Zambia turns 53 years old this year, 54.4 percent of the people continue to engage a daily struggle against poverty and exclusion, with little opportunity to participate and enjoy in economic growth ...

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South Africa’s DA Leader ignores Zambian govt’s advice

Mmusi Maimane

South Africa’s opposition Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Mmusi Maimane has ignored advice that he reschedules his visit to Zambia. The Zambian government advised Mr.  Maimane to postpone his travel arrangements until such a time that the Court would allow him to visit and meet his counterpart UPND Leader Hakainde Hichilema. But in a statement made available to QTV News by his ...

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President Lungu speaks against colonialism

Chagwa

President Edgar Lungu says Africa must reject plans by some people who want to bring back colonialism in Africa. The head of State said this at State House during the commemoration of the Africa Freedom Day under the theme “Harnessing the demographic dividend through investments in youth.” President Lungu says he is aware of the scheme where some former colonial ...

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RTSA to take appropriate action against Kapena Bus

17 perish in Luangwa accident

The Road Transport and Safety Agency (RTSA) has charged that the driver of the Kapena Bus that was involved in an accident last evening killing seventeen people on spot defied the provisions of the Statutory Instrument (SI) No. 76 which restricts the movement of Public Service Vehicles (PSV) at night. RTSA Head of Public Relations Fredrick Mubanga tells QTV News ...

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