• Zambia’s Human Rights Record Under the Spotlight

    Zambia’s Human Rights Record Under the Spotlight0

    Zambia’s human rights record and standing continues to come under scrutiny on the backdrop of reports of escalating violations of some fundamental freedoms by the state. Last week the US Department of State released the 2015 U.S Country Report on Human Rights Practices in Zambia. U.S Secretary of State John Kerry said the U.S government

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  • Ritual Killers Terrorise Lusaka, Killing And Removing Body Parts

    Ritual Killers Terrorise Lusaka, Killing And Removing Body Parts0

    Tired of discovering mutilated dead bodies, some Lusaka residents recently protested over what they term as lack of protection from the Zambia Police Service (ZPS) following the suspected ritual killings which have claimed six lives in the past four weeks. Residents of Chunga township took to the streets chanting anti-Police slogans and calling for the

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  • Popular Zambian Bus Operator Faces Ban Over Deaths, Injuries

    Popular Zambian Bus Operator Faces Ban Over Deaths, Injuries0

    Mazhandu Family Bus Services, a popular coach service in Zambia, faces a ban over a spate of road accidents that have claimed lives and injured dozens of people over the last 12 months. The company, which is owned by the wealthy Mazhandu family, runs coaches to several towns across Zambia. Mazhandu coaches prides itself with time

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  • Zambia: Towards a Fully Inclusive Electoral Process

    Zambia: Towards a Fully Inclusive Electoral Process0

    Zambia goes to the general elections in August this year under a new constitution that has significantly altered the electoral environment. The amended constitution stipulates that a winning presidential candidate must poll at least 50+1 percent of total votes cast. Also, positions of city mayor and council chairperson new now electable for a period of

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  • How Kalusha Bwalya Lost Elections: A Lesson for Zambian Football

    How Kalusha Bwalya Lost Elections: A Lesson for Zambian Football0

    It took over an hour for the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) President-Elect, Andrew Kamanga to move from the audience at Moba Hotel to the front of the conference room, a short distance of about 60 meters. Overjoyed councilors who had fought for eight years to unseat the 1988 African Footballer of Year, Kalusha Bwalya

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