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Anti -rigging Zambia maintains that Zambia can print ballot papers.

Anti-rigging Zambia limited has maintained that it is possible for the country to print ballot papers for the forthcoming elections locally. Anti-rigging Zambia board member Mwenya Chama says it is good that the Professional Printers Association of Zambia has responded...

Too many political parties will spoil polls, says UNZA Don

A political analyst has observed that the large number of presidential aspiring candidates in this year's tripartite elections will have a negative effect on the ultimate outcome of the polls. Dr. Alex Ng'oma, a senior lecturer in the school of...

17 candidates to vie for the presidency

Seventeen presidential candidates are expected to contest this year's presidential election. This is according to a drawn up timetable for the filing of presidential nominations released to QFM by the Electoral Commission of Zambia. The filing of presidential nominations will...

Rupiah is a foreigner maintains Sata

Patriotic Front (PF) president Michael Sata has maintained that President Rupiah Banda...

Its ‘rubbish’ to report Rupiah’s parentage to UN, AU

The Forum for Progressive Politics (FPP) has described Patriotic Front (PF) leader Michael Sata’s statement to report President Rupiah Banda to United Nations (UN) and African Union (AU) organisations over his parentage as rubbish. FPP Secretary General Charles Kafumbu says...

Vote for clear thinkers Edith implores electorates

Forum for Democracy and Development (FDD) president Edith Nawakwi has implored Zambians to vote for leaders that are...

Root out MMD- Hichilema

United Party for National Development (UPND) president Hakainde Hichilema has called Zambians to kick out the Movement for Multi-party Democracy (MMD) from power because the party has failed to run the country national affairs. Mr. Hichilema says the MMD has...

Stop provoking MMD- Mumbi

The Movement for Mult-party Democracy (MMD) sympathiser Edward Mumbi has warned people defacing, President Rupiah Banda’s billboards against provoking the ruling Party. Mr Mumbi said such action were barbaric and are capable of creating violence during elections. He cited that the...

PF challenges MMD to preach peace

Patriotic Front (PF) Secretary General Wynter Kabimba has challenged the Movement for Multi-party Democracy (MMD) Deputy National Secretary Chembe Nyangu to preach non-violence messages to his leadership during this year’s election campaign. In the news monitored on QFM Mr. Kabimba...

11 Livingstone council workers suspended for alleged fraud

Eleven officers from Livingstone City Council have been suspended for alleged fraudulent activities amounting to over six hundred million kwacha. The scam involved a group of cashiers, stores and legal officers. Local Government Permanent Secretary Christah Kalulu says the officers conspired...

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