• Zambia’s Main Parties Launch Their Election Campaigns On Saturday

    Zambia’s Main Parties Launch Their Election Campaigns On Saturday0

    Dubbed a Saturday by those so passionate about this year’s campaigns, 21st May is a day when the ‘Big Boys’ get to the people, tell them what they have done and what they offer them for the next five years. This is a when the ruling Patriotic Front (PF) and the opposition United Party for

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  • Saudi Arabia Offers Cheap Oil To Zambia

    Saudi Arabia Offers Cheap Oil To Zambia0

    The Saudi Arabian government, through the Saudi Fund for Development, has offered a US$20 million revolving fund to supply cheap oil to Zambia and reduce domestic fuel prices for the next five years. The oil money, which is being offered at a 3.5% interest, is meant to reduce Zambia’s fuel prices which are one of

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  • The Success of Social Media Campaign in Zambia

    The Success of Social Media Campaign in Zambia0

    On 1st March, 2016 I launched the #PromoteTheWomanConstable social media campaign to attract the attention of the authorities and consider promoting Constable Marjory Moyo to Sergeant following her unfortunate accident where she was run over by a speeding mini bus in Lusaka. A few days earlier, Marjory in the company of other Police officers from

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  • 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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