In case you missed them, here are our top 10 stories of the week:
1. Indications are that the Patriotic Front (PF) may have split into two factions following the general conference held in Lusaka on Tuesday, barely three years after losing power. Read more….
2. Matero Member of Parliament, Miles Sampa, remains Patrotic Front (PF) president after Judge Situmbeko Chocho discharged the ex-parte order of interim injunction restraining him from holding himself in that position. Read more….
3. Zambia’s annual inflation rate has increased to 12.6 percent in October due to price movements of selected food and non-food items. Read more….
4. Despite economic and currency speculators being bullish about the rebound of the Kwacha against major convertibles, the local unit has breached the K22 psychological barrier against the United States (US)Dollar. Read more……
5. Zambia has reportedly reached an agreement in principle on debt restructuring terms with a creditor group holding its international bonds. Read more….
6. The African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) has issued the first-ever multi border transit bond in Zambia. Read more….
7. Members of Parliament from the Patriotic Front (PF) were on Thursday not amused by the presence of the expelled Matero lawmaker, Miles Sampa, who attended the full session of Assembly. Read more…
8. The ruling United Party for National Development (UPND) has dismissed claims by the Patriotic Front (PF) that it was sponsoring Matero Member of Parliament, Miles Sampa, to cause confusion in the party. Read more…..
9. A Lusaka resident has been granted leave to serve court documents to ex-President Edgar Lungu through an advertisement in a widely circulated newspaper after he accused him of evading service. Read more….
10 . Italy-based Chipolopolo forward, Lameck Banda, has returned to action after a one month injury lay off. Read more….
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