10 UPND MPs will vote for Bill 10 – TutwaKABWE Central PF member of parliament Tutwa Ngulube says Constitution Amendment Bill Number 10 of 2019 will go through with the help of some UPND members of parliament. Last week, Leader of the Opposition in Parliament Jack Mwiimbu said PF was delaying to table Bill 10 for second reading because they were still looking for numbers. But in an interview, Ngulube said Mwiimbu was speaking out of ignorance, claiming that actually, there were 10 UPND MPs who would support Bill 10. He insisted that the ruling party had attained the threshold to pass the Bill. “Jack Mwiimbu behaves like he....
Shonga is offside, Diggers has never attacked the JudiciarySUPREME Court justice Mumba Malila has written a paper describing the state of the Judiciary in Africa, in relation to political interference. He observed that many judiciaries in the African region are still reeling from the devastating effects of political intimidation. We would like to comment on this very interesting observation, especially that it is coming from a learned judge who is still serving the Judiciary at a supreme level. But we are reminded of the warning we received from Mr Abyudi Shonga against what he calls “attacks on the Judiciary”. Mr Shonga, who is president of the Law Association....
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Kafue Gorge fire won’t delay project completion – ZescoZESCO senior corporate affairs manager John Kunda says the fire that gutted part of the dam at Kafue Gorge Lower Hydropower Station will not delay the completion of the project. In an interview, Dr Kunda said the fire had only affected the dam wall and the paint around that wall, adding that the rest of the project remained intact and will be commissioned as scheduled. “So, the fire was true, and I wanted to say that this was purely an…….
Why Shonga’s election marks a new phase in LAZ’s fall from graceIn July, members of the Law Association of Zambia (LAZ) elected at their Annual General Meeting a 15-member executive to replace the Eddie Mwitwa-led Council that had been in power since April 2018. The new office bearers include Abyudi James Shonga, who was voted President, Lungisani Zulu (Vice-President), Sokwani Chilembo (Secretary), and Ngosa Simachela (Treasurer). The ordinary Council members include Anne Gray-Kunda, Hastings Pasi, Zacchaeus Musonda, Matilda Kaoma, and Iven Mulenga. The rest are Chintu Mulendema, Mulopa Ndalameta, Benson Mpalo,....