LAZ Isn Pro-UPND

THE Law Association of Zambia (LAZ) has been challenged to explain why its press briefing yesterday was streamed live on UPND president Hakainde Hichilema’s facebook. LAZ has also been challenged to explain why it had failed to chastise Mr Hichilema who had with impunity branded Constitutional Court Judges thugs and criminals who according to him […]

LAZ Condemns State House Attacks On Judiciary

LAZ Condemns State House Attacks On Judiciary

The Law Association of Zambia (LAZ) has strongly condemned recent attacks on the Judiciary by Presidential Press Aide Amos Chanda. LAZ president Linda Kasonde says Mr. Chanda’s statement made during the ZNBC TV program Sunday Interview appears to have suggested that any ruling made by the Courts against a Member of Parliament from the ruling […]

Recent Election Nullifications a Lesson To Parties

Political analyst Dr. Alex Ng’oma says the nullification of some parliament seats by the High Courts should serve as a lesson to politicians to desist from political violence. Dr. Ng’oma has reminded politicians that lawlessness and chaos should not be used as tools of getting into power. Dr. Ng’oma tells QFM News via telephone that […]

Kambwili Laughs At UPND, ‘Kuti Waseka Kwena’

Kambwili Laughs At UPND, ‘Kuti Waseka Kwena’

Formeir Information Minister Kambwili has wondered why the opposition UPND is so inconsistent. In his facebook posts Kambwili has asked why the UPND praises the Judiciary when the ruling is in their favour and accuses it of being biased whenever they lose a case. See his facebook post below:   “When the High court ruled […]

PF Confident Of Retaining Lusaka, Munali

The ruling Patriotic Front is confident of retaining both the Lusaka Central and Munali constituencies seats in the event of by-elections. PF Lusaka province Chairperson Horace Longwe says ruling party believes that it still retains enough support and popularity in Lusaka province and in the two constituencies in particular. Mr. Longwe says the party will […]

Kaingu Loses Mwandi Election Petition

Kaingu Loses Mwandi Election Petition

The Livingstone High Court has dismissed the electoral petition filed by former Education Minister, Michael Kaingu. Kaingu petitioned the election victory of Sililo Mutaba The Court ruled that Sililo Mutaba was validly elected as Member of parliament of Mwandi Constituency in Western Province. Mutaba stood on the United Party for National Development (UPND) ticket in […]

About Tested UPND Leadership

About Tested UPND Leadership

Released Copperbelt UPND Provincial Chairman Elisha Matambo has asked the Kamfinsa Prison Commander to allow them one night in Kamfinsa so that they can encourage the remaining 4 and have the last supper in Kamfinsa with their colleagues. They will tomorrow morning escort their colleagues to court and later he will chair a meeting at […]

Court Directs Hearing Of HH’s Applications In Presidential Petition Case

The Lusaka High Courts has directed that all applications in the case of UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema’s Presidential petition should be heard and determined before hearing the substantive matter. The court order comes after both parties failed to reach an agreement on how to proceed with the case in view of the pending application for […]

MISA Zambia Denies Link To Online Publication

MISA Zambia have denied any link being suspected with a new online publication saying it has been set up by unscrupulous individuals. Hellen Mwale, the MISA Zambia chairperson, says there the institution does not support irresponsible journalism. BELOW IS THE FULL STATEMENT FOR URGENT RELEASE Sunday, November 20, 2016 MISA distances itself from newly formed […]

PF Cadres Threatening UPND Petition Witnesses

LAWYERS representing Mulenga Sata in a parliamentary petition yesterday submitted that their witnesses were scared to testify in court due to death threats from suspected PF cadres. Mulambo Haimbe and Keith Mweemba told judge Betty Mung’omba that witnesses had been threatened with death if they went ahead to testify against Justice Minister Given Lubinda. Judge […]

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