· August, 2009

Stories about Zambia from August, 2009

Zambia: Chiluba is acquitted

  19 August 2009

A Lusaka Magistrate’s Court has acquitted former Zambian president Federick Chiluba over corruption charges he was facing: “According to the judgment, the acquittal was based on the fact that the prosecution team failed to prove their case beyond reasonable doubt on all counts against the former president.”

Zambia: Aren't existing media laws enough?

  19 August 2009

“Aren't existing Zambian media laws enough?,” asks Zambian blogger Gershom Ndhlovu: “It is difficult to understand on what basis the government wants to enact a law to regulate the media.”

Zambia: Do you know about Zambikes?

  3 August 2009

Nii posts a video of Zambikes in Zambias. The mission of Zambikes is: To provide high quality bicycles and educational training to underprivileged and service based Zambians.

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