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National tension, economic milestones, historic sports achievements. See our top 10 stories of the week


In case you missed them, here are our top 10 stories of the week:

1. The Edgar Lungu-led Patriotic Front (PF) has demanded the suspension of State House aides, Clayson Hamasaka, and Levy Ngoma, who have been implicated in the abduction case of Petauke Central lawmaker, Emmanuel Banda. Read more.

2. The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has confirmed reports that it broke into the residence of former Lusaka Province Minister, Bowman Lusambo, in Chamba Valley. Read more…

3. Christian Democratic Party leader, Dan Pule, has requested that Lusaka Magistrate Sylvia Munyinya recuse herself from his case, citing potential bias. Read more…

4. The African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) has reported robust growth despite economic challenges, registering US$2.6 billion in gross revenue for the year ended 31 December 2023. Read more…

Read more: Zambia searches for 2 million metric tonnes of food, as IMF boosts country with $388. See our top 10 stories of the week

5. The Government has announced the completion of the first Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) aimed at providing sustainable solutions to Zambia’s electricity sub-sector challenges. Read more..

6. The Cabinet has approved the 2024 revised National Budget, designed to protect vulnerable households from the effects of the ongoing drought in the country. Read more..

7. Eastern Province has reported 85 suspected cholera cases since May 29, 2024, authorities have revealed..Read more

8. The government will ensure that each and every body of the remaining miners buried at the Sensele mine tragedy site in Chingola is recovered, Chingola District Commissioner, Rapphael Chimupi, assured, as two more bodies were interred on Thursday..Read more

9. FIFA President Gianni Infantino has paid tribute to the victims of the 1993 air crash involving the Zambia National team during his first visit to the southern African nation..Read more 

10. The Copper Queens have achieved their highest-ever FIFA ranking in the latest Coca-Cola FIFA rankings, moving up to 64th place globally…Read more

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