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We are live at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Lusaka where the funeral and benediction service for the late Mrs.Regina Chifunda Chiluba, widow to Second President of the Republic of Zambia, Dr. Frederick Chiluba will start shortly.

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Wynter Kabimba says President Lungu should not to listen to the Prophets of Doom

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RAINBOW Party president Wynter Kabimba says President Edgar Lungu should not to listen to the prophets of doom who are propagating that there will be violence during elections.
Speaking at the Patriotic Front national convention held virtually, Mr Kabimba commended President Lungu for having a big heart without getting offended when criticised by the opposition.
He said his party will continue to work with the PF in improving the livelihood of Zambians.
“The Rainbow party and the PF have worked together to an extent that when PF runs out of drinks and snacks they have always rushed to us and we have been generous enough to feed them,” he said.
He thanked the party for inviting him stating that the invitation is an ultimate recognition of how the two political parties have co-existed.
Mr Kabimba said the two political parties have further demonstrated that it is possible for the ruling party and the opposition political parties to work together.
He said the duty to maintain pea e and unity rely on all Zambians.
And Mr Kabimba has urged President Lungu to forget about other opposition political parties as the race will between the PF and two opposition political parties, namely  UNIP and the Rainbow party.
“This election is very peculiar, I hope you realise you will have two opponents , these are your former classmates, UNIP’s Bishop Trevor Mwamba and myself. Forget about the rest and concentrate on us.My prayer is that the President of this country must remain in our class, we must guard this presidency jealously, it must remain in our class in 2021, 2026 and beyond,” Mr Kabimba said.

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I will “spill the beans of certain politicians who are selfish, Chishimba Kambwili, says.

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FORMER Roan Member of Parliament, Chishimba Kambwili has disclosed that he will soon ‘spill the beans’ of certain politicians whom he described as selfish.

Addressing journalists in Lusaka at the Patriotic Front (PF) national convention, Dr Kambwili who is attending the function as a delegate said he will address the nation at an appropriate time why be withdrew from the United Party for National Development alliance.

Dr Kambwili who was accompanied by his newly appointed vice president Saboi Imboela said after speaking out on certain politicians, they will not rise politically.

“There will be time when I will speak and when I speak they will not rise politically because I know who they are,” he said.

He also wondered why many political parties have withdrawn from the alliance leaving only one party leaders.

“If you you had 14 friends and they all run away from you only remains with nashala neka parties,” he said.

Dr Kambwili has also called for unity among politicians adding that politics of name calling , hatred or violence are a stone age.

The PF has today commenced its national elective general conference which will be held virtually till April 10, to elect leaders who will spearhead the party during and after the August 12, general elections.

Other opposition leaders witnessing the PF convention include, FDD leader Edith Nawakwi among others.

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Man travels all the way from Mporokoso to Lusaka for a fake police job

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POLICE have cautioned members of the public against falling prey to unscrupulous individuals purporting to be police recruitment officers who are calling unsuspecting people to report for training to police training schools.
In a media statement, police deputy spokesperson Danny Mwale said the list of candidates earmarked to undergo police training has not yet been availed to the general public.
He said police will publish the names of successful candidates in the print media as well as all provincial centres.
Mr Mwale said yesterday one person from Mporokoso reported to one of the police training schools after receiving a call from unknown person who claimed to be a police recruitment officer.
“We would like to warn individuals who are in the habit of swindling people and spreading false information that their days are numbered as police will not rest until they pay for their criminal behaviour,” he said.

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ZAMBIA: COVID-19 STATS

13 Apr 2021, 6:44 AM (GMT)

Zambia Stats

90,218 Total Cases
1,229 Deaths
88,144 Recovered

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