FORMER Copperbelt police chief Antoneil Mutentwa has been retired in the national interest while his counterpart Brenda Muntemba has been taken to Cabinet Office for redeployment. Police spokesperson, Elizabeth Kanjela Read more
FORUM for Democracy and Development (FDD) leader Edith Nawakwi’s daughter Hatambu Hambulo has been gruesomely murdered and her body dumped in a manhole at her residence in Lusaka. Two suspects Read more
By Zumani Katasefa MMD spokesperson Dora Siliya has charged that PF leader Michael Sata is incompetent to lead Zambia. Addressing a rally in Kitwe’s Wusakile township yesterday(Sunday) Ms Siliya told Read more
MMD Spokesperson Dora Siliya has urged the people of Mufulira and the entire Copperbelt to reject Patriotic Front Leader Michael Sata in this year’s general elections because he is a Read more
By NELLA MUKALENGE MULTICHOICE Zambia in partnership with Zambia National Broadcasting Corporation (ZNBC) has introduced a new pay-television which will allow Zambians to join the digital revolution and enjoy 19 Read more
Government says it needs about K4.6 billion for the funeral of late second republican president Dr Fredrick Chiluba. Chief Government spokesperson Lieutenant General Ronnie Shikapwasha has told QFM that government Read more
The late Chiluba’s spokesperson Emmanuel Mwamba confirmed the death of the former president who died at his resident in Lusaka’s Kabulonga area shortly after mid night on Saturday morning. He Read more
By Zumani Katasefa A Senior citizen has called upon the MMD spokesperson Dora Siliya to stop distributing fliers watching two male persons kissing each other. Kelvin Zulu said it was Read more
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