HH is Quiet on the Happenings at Lower Zambezi because he Pocketed $ 14 million from the sale-Zulu

Eastern Province Minister Hon Makebi Zulu
Eastern Province Minister Hon Makebi Zulu accused United Party Of National Development (UPND) leader Hakainde Hichilema of benefiting about US$ 14 million from the sale of Lower Zambezi National Park. Speaking at a PF interactive forum on Sunday in Lusaka, Hon Zulu said HH...

No Mining will take place in the Lower Zambezi National Park despite the High Court Decision-Sinkamba

GREEN Party Presidential Candidate Peter Sinkamba
Green Party President Peter Sinkamba says no mining will take place in the Lower Zambezi National Park regardless the High Court decision on account that the environmental impact assessment authorization granted by Harry Kalaba in January 2014 is no longer legally valid and therefore...

Police brutality against suspects should come to an end in Zambia-President Lungu

PRESIDENT Edgar Chagwa Lungu (second from left) visits detainees in cells at Kabwata Police in Lusaka on Saturday,October 26,2019.
President Edgar Lungu says police brutality against suspects should come to an end in Zambia. President Lungu says the Zambia Police Service should be carrying out their duties professionally without torturing or beating up suspects to get to the truth of a matter. The President says...

Zambia’s Government System is Broken and Needs fixing – Nevers

Nevers Mumba
By Oliver Chisenga THE Zambian government system is broken and needs to be fixed in earnest, says Nevers Mumba. Speaking on Hot FM yesterday, Mumba the MMD president urged President Edgar Lungu and government to speak to the nation on various matter affecting...

Kenyan Authorities Arrest a Zambia Woman for Wearing an Ivory Bangle

Kenyan authorities are holding a Zambian woman who was arrested at the Kenya Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi with worked ivory. Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) said Kabanje Liseli Mwananguku was arrested on Wednesday evening for wearing ivory bangle weighing 100 grams with an estimated...

President Lungu disturbed by the continued abuse of social media

President Edgar Chagwa Lungu addresses Cabinet at State House on Monday, 21st October, 2019
President Edgar Lungu is disturbed by the continued abuse of social media by some unscrupulous individuals and institutions. Special Assistant to the President for Press and Public Relations Isaac Chipampe says the deliberate abuse of social media is tailored to divert people’s attention from various...

Zambia and Russia sign MOU to waive visa requirements for diplomatic passport holders

Minister Malanji Represents President Lungu at the Inaugural Russia-Africa Summit. 23rd October, 2019 - - - - - Foreign Affairs Minister, Hon. Joseph Malanji will represent His Excellency, President Edgar Chagwa Lungu at the inaugural Russia-Africa Summit.
Zambia and Russia have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to waive visa requirements for diplomatic passport holders. Minister of Foreign Affairs Joseph Malanji who signed on behalf of the Zambian Government said the move comes after completion of internal requirements and procedures by the two...

President Lungu honours 8 Zambians for their distinguished service to the nation

President Lungu with veteran businessman Andrew Sardanis
President Edgar Lungu has honoured eight people for their distinguished service to the nation. Among them is veteran businessman Andrew Sardanis who was awarded with the order of the Eagle of Zambia, third division. Mr. Sardanis was praised for having formed companies that employed Zambians when...

President Lungu calls for the immediate lifting of the economic sanctions against Zimbabwe.

Home Affairs Minister Stephen Kampyongo with President Lungu and Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa
President Edgar Lungu has called for the immediate lifting of the economic sanctions against Zimbabwe. The President says the move will enable Zimbabwe to register social and economic development. President Lungu says the continuous restrictive sanctions have been hindering Zimbabwe from making significant economic progress. He says...

First Lady hands over donated fire engines a to LCC

First Lady at the Fire Trucks Handover Ceremony
First Lady Esther Lungu on Wednesday officiated handed over the long awaited fire engines donated to the Esther Lungu Foundation by the Los Angeles-Lusaka City Sister Organization. The hand over ceremony took place at the Lusaka Fire and Rescue Department at Lusaka Fire Station. Speaking during...

The High Court of Zambia Kangaluwi gives green light to mining in the Lower Zambezi

The Unspoilt Lower Zambezi National Park
The High Court of Zambia has ruled that the controversial Kangaluwi open-cast copper mine project will go ahead in the heart of the Lower Zambezi National park. This was after the court dismissed the appeal against the mine on a legal technicality because the initial...

US Treasury agrees to help Zambia with IMF program

The United States of America Treasury has expressed readiness of the world's biggest economy to support Zambia in the pursuit of a program with the International Monetary Fund. Eric Meyer the United States of America Deputy Assistant Secretary for Africa, Middle East and Multilateral Development...

Government to recruit Map Data Collectors soon as preps to conduct 2020 Census heighten

Census 2020
Government will be deploying youths including women to work as Map Data Collectors temporarily, in the Census Mapping and Listing as part of the preparations for the Census of Population and Housing to be conducted in August, 2020. Zambia Statistics Agency (formerly Central...

President Lungu directs Energy Ministry to expedite importation of power

President Edgar Lungu has directed the Minister of Energy Mathews Nkhuwa to expedite the importation of electricity in order to cushion the power deficit that the nation is grappling with. President Lungu said it is anticipated that the imported electricity will boost supply not only...

The suspected owners of the 51 controversial houses have been identified and charged-Kampyongo

Home Affairs Minister Stephen Kampyongo
The suspected owners of the 51 controversial houses in Lusaka’s Chalala area have been identified and named. The suspects are Charles Loyana, a Senior Accountant in the Ministry of Finance, and his wife, Susan Sinkala, a civil servant, as well as a...