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By PERPETUAL SICHIKWENKWE – SIX non-governmental organisations (NGOs) have been granted an injunction restraining Government’s decision to allow mining activities in the Lower Zambezi National Park. This follows Government’s decision to award Zambezi Resources Copper...

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By JAMES KUNDA – GOVERNMENT says it will ensure equitable allocation of the Youth Development Fund (YDF) so that young people from all parts of the country can benefit from the initiative to empower them....

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By CHUSA SICHONE – ACTING President Alexander Chikwanda has said the Ministry of Finance should act as a shining example to other ministries by avoiding the misuse of public funds. Mr Chikwanda, who is Finance...

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By FELIX MALUNGA and SHAMAOMA MUSONDA – CONFUSION has erupted over the burial of late former Chipolopolo soccer star, Dennis Lota with his parents demanding that he be put to rest in Zambia while the...

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By NORMA SIAME – A KASAMA magistrate’s court has turned down an application by Alliance for Better Zambia (ABZ) leader Frank Bwalya to have his defamation of the President case transferred from Kasama to Lusaka....

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By ALFRED MULENGA – THE Southern African Development Community (SADC) has lost one of its foremost women rights activists who colleagues would fittingly call the ‘Mother Theresa’ of journalism in neighbouring Botswana. Clara Olsen, 74,...

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By JULIUS PHIRI – THE Intellectual Property Unit (IPU) in Chipata District has seized Samsung counterfeit products worth about K490,000. This followed an operation by officers from the IPU in shops in the border town....

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By NORMA SIAME – AN angry mob of council workers in Kasama who have gone for several months without pay yesterday protested and crippled operations at the council by locking offices. Among the offices that...

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By PERPETUAL  SICHIKWENKWE – A ZESCO employee has testified how three Bulgarians allegedly withdrew money from her account leaving her with only K5. This is in a matter where Milko Kostadinov, Hristo Donkon and Abdalla...

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By ANDREW PHIRI – THE Livingstone Press Club has urged secondary school pupils to develop a good reading culture to improve their grammar and writing skills. Livingstone Press Club secretary general Edwin Mbulo said a...

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