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About 75 results for "Zambian Watchdog"

I have just done a thesis on submarine journalism practiced b...

I have just successfully defended my graduate thesis entitled: Zambians perception of the press: Online news media-A case of ZWD and Zambia Daily Mail. I argue that the Zambian media were polarized with the mainstream press (Both public sponsored ... Zambian Watchdog, 2 weeks ago
Zambia's online media 'a platform for insults' ITWeb Africa, 2 weeks ago
Zambian Watchdog

As reported by the Watchdog: Lungu insists on supplying maize to Zimbabwe

Lungu wants to export maize to Zimbabwe President Edgar Lungu has insisted Zambia has enough stocks of maize and wants to offload some to Zimbabwe, contrary to Vice President Inonge Wina's recent warning of hunger as a result of an anticipated ...
 Zambian Watchdog1 month ago Zambian government planning to export maize to Zimbabwe  Zambian Watchdog1 month ago Lungu snubs Dangote in preference for drinking beer with Findlay  Zambian Watchdog2 weeks ago

UPND Cadre Dismisses Watchdog Prescription As Fake

[Zambia Reports] A known opposition UPND cadre has dismissed the publication of an alleged prescription by Hakainde Hichilema and Rajan Mahtani's online media of President Edgar Lungu as fake. READ FULL STORY The post appeared first on Zambian ...
 Zambian1 month ago

ZWD facebook reaches 300, 000 likes

The Facebook version of Zambian Watchdog has just gone above 300, 000 likes. Note that this main website is blocked inside Zambia. The Zambian government in conjunction with China's Huawei Technologies completely blocked the most popular website in ...
 Zambian Watchdog1 month ago

Civil society should be mobilised in corruption fight - ZCEA

THE Zambia Civic Education Association says organisations with comparative advantage to fight corruption should mobilise the civil society in the country to ensure alertness. And the association has noted that corruption has a negative bearing on ...
 Zambia Post2 weeks ago

Botswana Gazette journalists arrested over story

Officials from the Botswana corruption watchdog have raided the offices of the Botswana Gazette and arrested its manager, editor, journalist and lawyer in what appears to be a continuing effort by Botswana government to clamp down on the private ...
 Mail & Guardian Online2 weeks ago
ITWeb Africa

Confusion over phase 2 of Zambia's tower project

Confusion has erupted between the Zambian government and the Zambia Information and Communication Technology Authority (ZICTA) over the awarding of phase two of the rural communication tower project. Zambian president Edgar Lungu this month ...
 ITWeb Africa1 month ago Zambian foreign missions run out of money  Zambian Watchdog1 month ago Zambia probes ZICTA rural tower contract with Huawei  Telecompaper2 months ago

Glencore in Zambia: The Tax Questions That Persist

- Just over four years ago, Glencore faced acute embarrassment when the European Union's bank announced an investigation of tax evasion allegations against one of Glencore's subsidiaries in a painfully poor country: Zambia. According to one estimate ...
 Christian Aid2 weeks ago Glencore in Zambia - the Tax Questions That Persist [press release]  TradingCharts.com2 weeks ago GLENCORE : in Zambia - the Tax Questions That Persist  4 Traders2 weeks ago Zambia: Glencore in Zambia - the Tax Questions That Persist  AllAfrica.com2 weeks ago

Glencore : EU BANK LASHED IN GLENCORE TAX ROW

March 18 --The EU's watchdog has accused the European Investment Bank of 'maladministration' over an investigation into Glencore's tax affairs in Zambia . The European Ombudsman yesterday issued a damning report into the long-running case, that ...
 4 Traders2 months ago EU BANK LASHED IN GLENCORE TAX ROW [Daily Mail, London]  BusinessWeek2 months ago

Now Govt fails to pay civil servants, money going to repay loans and Lungu's journeys

Civil servants should brace themselves for hard times ahead as the Zambian Treasury is now having challenges mobilizing money to pay the salaries on times, as the coffers are reportedly dry due to loan repayments and the huge travel expenses by ...
 Zambian Watchdog5 days ago
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