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Magistrates get justice
STEVEN MVULA, Lusaka CABINET has approved a bill to amend the Rent Act with the aim of revising the limits of the civil jurisdiction of magistrates. The Rent (Amendment) Bill of 2018 will be taken to Parliament during its next sitting. The decision was arrived at during this year...
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Govt to arrest cholera ‘politicians’
MONICA KAYOMBO, Ndola GOVERNMENT has warned of stern action against anyone politicising the cholera situation in the country. Government has since urged all well-meaning Zambians to support efforts aimed at containing the epidemic. Speaking in an interview yesterday, Minister of...
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CB PF pledges support for Lungu
MONICA KAYOMBO, Ndola COPPERBELT-BASED Patriotic Front (PF) members of Parliament (MPs), mayors and all PF party structures have pledged their support for President Lungu and joined their Luapula Province counterparts in calling for the resignation of Harry Kalaba from the party....
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Kalulushi mourns Kalale
ALEX NJOVU, Lusaka KALULUSHI member of Parliament Kampamba Mulenga says former under-17 national team and Chipolopolo midfielder Changwe Kalale’s death has robbed the district of a football ambassador. Mulenga said in an interview in Lusaka yesterday that Kalale brought joy to Ka...
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A sudden departure: Patrick Jabani’s journey
MWAPE MULUBWA, Lusaka ON Sunday, 10th December, 2017, Patrick Jabani asked his family to accompany him for a lunch outing at the Arcades Shopping Mall, about ten minutes’ drive from their residence in Lusaka’s Mass Media area. In subservience, his wife ,Charity, did as directed a...
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Don’t dare harm journalists, cadres warned
HONE SIAME, Lusaka CHIEF Government spokesperson Kampamba Mulenga has described the harassment of journalists by suspected Patriotic Front (PF) cadres at 5FM radio station premises on Wednesday as a serious assault on freedom of the press. Ms Mulenga, who is Minister of Informati...
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State acts on torture
HONE SIAME, Lusaka CABINET has approved in principle the introduction of a bill in Parliament to criminalise acts of torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment of citizens who find themselves in conflict with the law. And Cabinet has also approved for publication and...
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