May 23, 2024

Former Zambian President Edgar Lungu Accuses Government of Plotting Arrest

This accusation follows Lungu's controversial suggestion of a possible government change before the 2026 elections, a statement perceived by many as a threat....

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  May 10, 2024

Zambia's Former President Edgar Lungu Warned Over Public Disruptions

During his excursion, Mr. Lungu expressed surprise at the high prices of commodities, attributing the economic condition to the policies of his successor, President Hakainde Hichilema....

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  Apr 22, 2024

Anglo-American to Oppose Appeal in Zambian Lead Poisoning Lawsuit

The Johannesburg High Court recently permitted the claimants to appeal against a prior decision that dismissed their class action lawsuit against AASA. This lawsuit contends that over 140,000 individuals may have suffered lead poisoning over generations due to the mine’s operations....

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  Apr 18, 2024

Severe Drought Affects Nearly Half of Zambia's Population, Calls for $940 Million in Aid

In Zambia, the drought has drastically affected the agriculture sector, with one million hectares of planted maize—the country's staple food—adversely impacted....

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  Apr 10, 2024

Zambia Uncovers 'Sophisticated' Chinese Cybercrime Syndicate in Major Raid

The operation targeted Golden Top Support Services, a Chinese-run company suspected of orchestrating extensive online fraud schemes....

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