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Zambeef finds more ways to take a bigger bite

altThe Southern African agribusiness company is looking to Nigerian cattle and Zambian palm oil to diversify and grow its operations.

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Uganda: Bashir absent, Museveni calls for firing squad

President of the Sudan has snubbed the ongoing Great Lakes Region heads of state summit/Photo/ReutersSudan president, Omar el-Bashir, who was indicted by the International Criminal Court (ICC) for crimes against humanity, has snubbed the ongoing Great Lakes Region heads of state summit on gender and sexual based violence.

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Zambian President Sata snubs Zimbabwe's Mugabe

Sata is yet to travel outside Zambia since he was elected president/Photo/ReutersZambia's new leader Michael Sata has snubbed his Zimbabwean counterpart Robert Mugabe by turning down an invitation to be the guest of honour at a Zanu PF meeting this week.

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No Nationalisation of Mines - Zambia's mine minister Simuusa

Wylbur Simuusa-Zambia's Minister of Mines / Photo / Eddie Mwanaleza Zambia's newly appointed mines minister Wylbur Simuusa spoke to The Africa Report about mining taxation, safety standards in Chinese mines, and...

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Zambia: Sata appoints cabinet, sacks Central Bank Governor

Zambia's newly-elected leader, Michael Sata has appointed his maiden cabinet, mainly stalwarts from his Patriotic Front (PF) party and old comrades from the country's liberation-era administration. 

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Zambia: Michael Sata wins presidential elections

Sata’s campaign was built around anti-Chinese rhetoric and a call for a fairer and more equitable tax regime/Photo/ReutersSupporters of Michael Sata burst into uncontrollable jubilation shouting “Don’t Kubeba! Pabwato! Man of Action!” after the 74-year-old veteran politician was declared President-elect of Zambia in the early hours of Friday morning.

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Zambians go to the polls

Zambians streamed to the polling stations Tuesday for the tripartite polls with the incumbent President Rupiah Banda and is facing veteran opposition leader Michael Sata.

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Zambia's Rupiah Banda, on fighting form

In an interview with The Africa Report the incumbent president is confident that a divided opposition and record copper prices will return him to power in this year’s election


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Zambia: Flashpoint in the West

The 2011 presidential elections will be shaped by a fallout from the cancellation of the Barotse Agreement and a shake-up at the electoral commission

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