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has revealed that President Banda will win the 2011 tripartite elections with 37 percent of the vote. The survey also indicates that United Party for National Development president Hakainde Hichilema will come second, followed by Patriotic Front president Michael Sata with 21 percent and 16 percent of votes respectively. Coalition president Godwin Musonda said in Lusaka yesterday that the survey, which has been running for three months, has been conducted in all provinces in the country and will come to an end in July this year. Bishop Musonda said the survey requires that people state if they are registered voters, the province they represent and the candidate they would vote for and why. He said the survey, which is interne-based, has shown that voters would support President Banda because of his leadership qualities and sound development policies. Bishop Musonda also said some voters would opt for Mr Hichilema because they believe his party has a good manifesto. He, however, said some respondents would not state any other reason they would vote for the PF, other than political affiliation. "The voters said they wanted President Banda to continue developing the country and those who chose the PF said they would vote for the opposition party because they are members of that party," Bishop Musonda said. Bishop Musonda urged Zambians to remain calm as the country approaches elections to ensure peaceful polls. He said violence would negatively affect the development the country has achieved so far and it is important that violent activity is avoided at all costs. "Anarchy will destroy the development government has achieved and all well-meaning citizens should condemn any acts of violence," Bishop Musonda said. In another development, the Christian Coalition has urged the Catholic Church not to read out the communiqué sent to all its parishes this Sunday as planned. Coalition spokesperson John Mwendapole said reading the documents in church will just create more animosity. Mr Mwendapole said the Catholic Church should instead forgive those who have acted against it and resolve all the issues it has with government. "The Catholic Church should forgive everyone, for the sake of harmony in the country," Mr Mwendapole said.
when Dr Chituwo toured some markets that included Woodlands and Kabulonga. Lusaka City Market manager Justin Kachinga told the delegation that the trend was the same in other markets as traders tended to abandon the markets citing lack of business as the major reason. He said it was unhealthy to see the amount of vending in the town centre.000 mobile kiosks and the exercise would be rolled out afterwards. Local Government and Housing Minister Brian Chituwo said workers had been identified as being among the major contributors to street vending in most urban areas because of their habit of buying merchandise from traders in undesignated areas. the situation was different because most stands were vacant. However. He said the council would attempt to respond to the needs of both the customers and traders by introducing mobile kiosks. said the Government would not use force to remove people from streets but would discuss with them and reach a consensus on the need to regulate the street vending. Others said they were on the streets because the markets were full and that they had no trading places to go to. who toured some parts of Lusaka town centre and markets to find the way forward on street vending. The minister said the situation was complex and regretted the huge sums of money the Government was spending to ensure that people traded in designated and hygienic environments. Dr Chituwo. especially on Lumumba Road. ……………………………………….” he said.The Catholic Church recently issued a communiqué to be read in all its parishes countrywide on Sunday. Each kiosk would cost K5 million but would be rented out to venders at an affordable rate. . Times of zambia THE Government has said it will soon introduce mobile kiosks at a cost of K5 billion to control vending in the country. Dr Chituwo said the Government would start with 1. “Vendors cannot go to the streets if the working class buys from designated trading places. We have to operate a society guided by laws. Some venders told the minister that they were on the streets because there was more business than in designated markets.. condemning critics of the church.
the MMD will never embark on or support any criminal activity. it has also re-opened discussions for inter-party dialogue to iron out wide-ranging issues before the tripartite elections. ……………………………………. Times . He appealed to politicians to desist from using unpalatable language during campaigns instead of talking about developmental issues that will change the mindset of Zambians. Maj Kachingwe said MMD believes in the declaration of Zambia being a Christian nation and supporting Christian values. Maj Kachingwe said Government has stated before that PVT is illegal. Maj Kachingwe said careless statements by politicians are dangerous and have the potential to drag the nation into civil unrest. whose aim is to destroy the party. and as a party that respects the rule of law. which it has already condemned. Maj Kachingwe has said the party is disheartened by wild allegations by some former members such as Mr Milton Phiri. He said the party will ensure that it sells its manifesto and promotes morality with good Christian values." he said." he said.…………………………………………… MMD national secretary Richard Kachingwe says dialogue is an important ingredient of sustainable economic development and democracy. Maj Kachingwe said the MMD has promised to lead the way like it has done before. He said in an interview in Lusaka on Wednesday that in the same manner the party has initiated dialogue with the Catholic Church. "As a party we may not rule out possibilities of dragging Mr Phiri to court so that he can prove his serious allegations against the head of State. Maj Kachingwe said the party has also noted with sadness that it is being accused of planning to fund the parallel vote tabulation (PVT). Major Kachingwe said the spirit of reconciliation is good because it helps resolve issues of development amicably. He said Zambians should not take Mr Phiri seriously because his attempt to resuscitate his economic fortunes using lies is dangerous. Meanwhile. "This is a blatant and the cheapest lie ever told by a newspaper in the recent past.
such rumour which caused fear and alarm to the public and was likely to have disturbed public peace contrary to Section 125 Chapter 87 of the Laws of Zambia. Particulars of offence were that the three between April 29 and May 14 this year jointly and whilst acting together published a rumour that Chibawa was abducted by Life Gospel Ministries Bishop Joseph Kazhila for ritual purposes. The matter was adjourned to June 23 for trial. …………………………… .000 kilogrammes of copper worth K252 million. 39. The matter was adjourned to June 13 this year for trial. He also ordered Zhi to hand over his passport to the authorities. Lukanda on April 28 this year knowing that the information was false.A FORMER Catholic nun and two others who have been charged with giving police false information with intent to cause fear and alarm were yesterday granted bail in the Chingola magistrates’ court. and Emmanuel Chibawa. And Chinese nationals charged with two counts of copper theft worth more than K250 million were yesterday granted bail by the Chingola magistrates’ court.000 kilogrammes of Copper worth K252 million. Chezani Tembo. Ms Kakusa granted the accused persons cash bails of K1 million each with conditions that they should present two working sureties to pay K5 million in their own recognisance. Zambia Youth Avenue in Livingstone for mention and bail hearing. In the first count. a former nun and teacher at Sekela High School. Mr Siloka granted him cash bail of K10 million with conditions that he presented two working sureties who should also pay a similar amount. a director at a company on plot 383 Solwezi Road in Chingola and a resident of 283. Appearing before Chingola magistrate Tamara Kakusa were Helen Lukanda. of Ndola’s Peter Singongo Township. gave it to detective Chief inspector Mwenda knowing that such information would likely cause Inspector Mwenda to act in the manner he was not supposed to have acted contrary to Section 67 of Chapter 87 of the Laws of Zambia. YWCA Hotel Road in Kitwe on an unknown date between May 1 and May 27 this year while jointly working with others not known stole 109. Zhi pleaded not guilty to the offence and his lawyer applied for bail. who was charged with theft of 109. of 20. 36. was granted K10 million cash bail by Chingola resident magistrate Sililo Siloka. property of Konkola Copper Mines (KCM). The accused persons denied the charges. a director of a company Wu Zhi. 43. Particulars of the offence were that Zhi. In the second charge. 30.
On agriculture.Times SENIOR Chief Mwewa of Samfya District has endorsed President Rupiah Banda as his preferred candidate for this year’s elections. The chief has also urged people across the country to vote for Mr Banda for him to continue with the good policies and development programmes for a full five-year term of office. He said there was no need to change the Government this year because doing so would reverse the economic gains recorded so far. health and education as some of the economic sectors which the MMD Government under President Banda had improved. he was going to have some community radio stations and private newspapers closed. Chief Mwewa said there had been increased maize production in his chiefdom. . he was now involved in maize growing due to the Farmer Input Support Programme. He said if the president was not a good leader and did not respect freedom of the Press. He said the ambulances and the new hospital would contribute to the delivery of better health services in the district. And Senior Chief Mwewa has praised President Banda for tolerating some sections of the media that have been disrespectful to him. He was happy with the presence of water ambulances on Lake Bangweulu and the construction of a district hospital in Samfya. He was speaking when Luapula Province Permanent Secretary Stephen Bwalya called on him at his palace. adding that as a traditional ruler. The chief cited agriculture. The traditional leader said President Banda deserved another term of office because he had performed well in the last two years of being Zambia’s leader.
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