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Govt to engage catholic bishops, network providers plan hike in fees; see our top 10 stories of the week


In case you missed them, here are our top 10 stories for this week:

1. Government has said that it would engage the Catholic Bishops over the concerns which they raised in the pastoral letter recently. Read more….

2. Socialist Party leader, Fred M’membe has been arrested and charged with the offence of espionage, Police officials say. Read more….

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3. The Network Service Providers Association of Zambia (NSPAZ) have announced that effective January 1, 2024, the cost of fixed internet services will increase by 17.5 percent.Read more…

4. The media and public maybe blacked-out from following proceedings of the trial involving five men accused of espionage before the Lusaka High Court. Read more…..

5. A deal worth US$2 billion has been sealed in Cairo between African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) and ARISE Integrated Platforms (ARISE IIP), government of Chad, Malawi, Zimbabwe and Egypt. Read more…

6. The Edgar Lungu-led Patriotic Front (PF) Chairperson for Information and Publicity, Emmanuel Mwamba, has been arrested and detained for alleged seditious practices, Police say. Read more….

7. Zambia has been voted to host AfriSAFE 2024 following the country’s impressive performance at the just ended conference held in Lagos, Nigeria on Friday. Read more…

8. Algeria has been named as host of Africa’s largest trade and investment fair, Intra-Africa Trade Fair (IATF2025) at a ceremony held in Cairo, Egypt on Tuesday. Read more….

9. Zambia started their World Cup qualifying campaign on a positive note by beating Congo Brazzaville 4 goals to 2 in a thrilling encounter played at Ndola’s Levy Mwanawasa Stadium. Read more….

10. The Zambia Police Service has cautioned all soccer fans attending the football match taking place on November 17, 2023 at Levy Mwanawansa Stadium to refrain from wearing any form of political regalia. Read more…

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