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VENDORS STORM CIVIC CENTRE

Vendors trading From Lusaka’s Kulima Tower Bus Station Stormed The Civic Centre this morning seeking a clarification on whether a Foreign Company has been engaged to run the Station, a Claim Denied by the Council. 5fm Radio Understands That a Company yet to be...

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SOUTH AFRICA-ZAMBIA SEAL TRADE DEALS

Zambia and South Africa have finally signed The Historical Joint Commission of Cooperation. This is the first time that the two countries will establish a permanent structured platform through which to table issues of common interest and concerns. The works to...

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PRESIDENT EDGAR LUNGU SENDS MESSAGE TO KENYA

PRESIDENT Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya has received a special message from President Edgar Lungu, which was delivered by His Special Envoy, Local government and Housing Minister Vincent Mwale. Mr. Mwale was accompanied to the State House of Kenya by Zambia’s High...

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FARMERS CRY OVER WATER CHARGES

National Union For Small Scale Farmers Of Zambia Director General Dr Frank Kayula has called on the Water Resource and Management Authority to be consultative when carrying out their mandate. The Water Management Authority has set 31st December, 2016 as deadline for...

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BODIES RETRIEVED FROM LAKE KARIBA

Rescue Officers have retrieved the Last two bodies On Lake Kariba that were among the group of people whose Speed-Boat capsized around 17 hours after a whirlwind on Sunday this week. There were 10 people on the boat, four people drowned while six others survived. The...

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AVAP CAUTIONS GOVT

The Anti-Voter Apathy Project says Citizens will not allow Government to Push in other Clauses in the Constitution which were Rejected in the Previous Constitution Making Processes when the Exercise to Amend the Amended Constitution Commences. Justice Minister Given...

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A YOUTH BURNT TO DEATH

A suspected thief was burnt to death in John-Laing Compound by an angry mob in the early hours of today. Information obtained by 5fm radio indicates that the unidentified youth in his twenties was among a gang that had blocked into a Shop stealing goods. During that...

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TAXING BOOK WELCOMED BY PLAYERS

A range of industry observers have welcomed the release last week of a new education booklet by the Zambia Chamber of Mines, entitled Taxation and Mining Investment in Zambia. They describe it as a good initiative which will help to raise awareness of a subject that...

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SWEDISH EMBASSY CALLS FOR A FREE PRESS

Swedish Ambassador to Zambia Henrik Cederin has pledged to collaborate with local concern parties from different fields to realize the benefits of freedom of speech. Mr. Cederin was speaking yesterday during the occasion to celebrate 250th anniversary of the enactment...

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ZAMBIAN NURSE SURVIVES DEPORTATION

A Zambian-born Nurse Dianne Ngoza who was due to be deported from the United Kingdom will be allowed to stay in that Country. Ngoza, who has lived in greater Manchester for 14 years, received support from human rights groups and Manchester Member of Parliament Lucy...

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