Sunday, February 23, 2020
Despite there was campaign violence that believed to reduce turnout, Millions of Zambians went to the polls on Thursday to elect a president and national lawmakers. The main contest, pitting President Edgar Lungu against a wealthy...
The Zambians are frozen in fear of violence that is likely to erupt after a court ruling today on the substantive case in an election petition filed by the main opposition. The United Party for National...
On Monday, the Zambia Electricity Company (ZESCO) and Electricity Corporation of Malawi (ESCOM) commissioned the much awaited Chipata-Mchinji cross border power supply inter-connector, the project which is expected to improve the power situation in the...
Internet world has yet again been shocked with a viral video in which a young lady is seen playing around with an aged man in a manner that is not acceptable in African culture. According to...
Zambian President Edgar Lungu has to undergo throat surgery abroad, his doctor’s say, after earlier reporting that he had malaria. Mr Lungu, elected in January, collapsed while giving a speech to commemorate International Women"s Day...
A woman in Zambian area of Maramba has told a local court that her husband used to spend nights in the chicken kraal, leaving her alone in the bedroom. This is the matter in which Maliambi...
Police Spokesperson Esther Katongo says General Kanene is likely to face another charge other than the indecent assault charge which he was charged with. This follows a CCTV footage which officers were shown at the bar...
Police in Zambia have apprehended and detained a fellow police officer for defaming President Edgar Lungu. The country’s Central Province Commissioner of Police, Joel Njase confirmed the development in an interview with ZambianObserver and named the officer...
The mystery of the resurrected Zambian girl has taken another twist as another family has emerged claiming that she’s their daughter. The country's Copperbelt Police Chief Charity Katanga has confirmed the development to The Independent Observer...
An opposition politician in Zambia has been arrested and charged with defamation after he compared the president to a potato. Frank Bwalya allegedly described President Michael Sata as "chumbu mushololwa" on radio on Monday. The Bemba language...