Daily Archives: October 17, 2013

PF Youths demonstrat​e for jobs in Mongu

Patriotic Front (PF) members in Mongu District in Western Province took to the street and petitioned government on the recent job opportunities in the newly-created districts.

The aggrieved members marched from their party secretariat office …

Shoprite Workers resume work

Shoprite workers in the country have resumed work  following the meeting held involving Shoprite management, National Union of Commercial and Industrial Workers (NUCIW) and Labour Minister Fackson Shamenda.
Mr. Shamenda who addressed the workers yesterday …

Two in Court for having sex in public

A Ndola house wife yesterday pleaded not guilty to having sex in public in the Ndola Magistrate’s Court.

Before Ndola Chief Resident Magistrate (CRM), Paul Chisha, was Esnart Kaunda, 27, and Ndula Sodent, 32, both …

MISA cautions Journalists against getting entangled in PF wrangles

File: Nalumino (l)confers with Emmanuel Mwamba who is now PS for Information

File: Nalumino (l)confers with Emmanuel Mwamba who is now PS for Information

The Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA-Zambia) is cautioning journalists against being entangled in the on-going differences involving some leaders in the ruling …

I’m not well, pray for me – Sylvia Masebo

Masebo Sylvia

Masebo Sylvia

Tourism and Arts Minister Sylvia Masebo who is hospitalized at University Teaching Hospital (UTH) has called on Zambians to pray for her.

Masebo who is also Chongwe Constituency Member of Parliament for Patriotic …

Kabimba out of the country, as his fate is decided

Kabimba

Kabimba

The fate of ruling Patriotic Front Secretary General Secretary Wynter Kabimba will be decided on Friday, October 18, 2013.

The party’s Central Committee will among other top issues on tomorrow’s meeting table petitions from …

Cameroon’s Ruling Party Wins Parliamentary Elections

Cameroon’s ruling party has won a sweeping victory in parliamentary elections, a move that extends President Paul Biya’s three decade hold on power.
 
The Supreme Court Thursday published official results from the September 30 polling, …

Report: 30 Million Affected by Modern Slavery

A new report from the Walk Free Foundation says an estimated 30 million people are enslaved around the world.

The Australia-based group presented its findings Thursday in its first Global Slavery Index, a ranking of …

Haffajee draws a line in the sand over racism

Twitter was alive last night with a debate about whether black people can be racist after City Press editor, Ferial Haffajee, posted a comment: “I don’t tolerate white racists, so what makes black racists any …