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Finday had four passports, Immigration officer tells court 

A senior Immigration officer has told Lusaka magistrate Sylvia Munyinya that Valden Findley, a Lusaka business executive possessed four passports which were valid and active.

Juldan Motors owner battles it out with son in court

Juldan Motors Limited proprietor, July Danobo, has submitted to the Lusaka High Court that his son, Raymond, is not entitled to the counterclaim of K7 million, as he does not own the 30 luxury buses.

Two female police officers sue state for malicious prosecution 

Two female police officers have sued the State seeking compensation for malicious prosecution on allegations that they stole 169 bags of APG Mealie Meal.


United Party for National Development  (UPND) national youth executive committee  member, Fanwell Hasulwe says  President Hakainde Hichilema has set the leadership bar high for the next Head of State  who will take over from him.

Let’s not abandon construction of House of Prayer – BIGOCA

The National House of Prayer is going to be Zambia’s highest altar of God which should not be abandoned and the new dawn should therefore build on the foundation laid by the previous government, Archbishop Peter Ndlovu has said.

UPND refused to recognise ECL as President – Mundubile

The UPND in opposition refused to recognise former President Edgar Lungu for the seven years he served as head of State and continued insulting, abusing and disrespecting him by walking out of Parliament each time the former President was addressing the House, Brian Mundubile has said.