Edgar Lungu inaugurated as president, after court bid by opposition leader fails to block swearing-in ceremony.
by Tendai Marima
by Vito Laterza
Politics16 Aug 2016 12:04 GMT
Police accuse the opposition of attacking perceived supporters of the president after disputed election result.
Zambia15 Aug 2016 19:24 GMT
Opposition party challenges result of presidential election, claiming the electoral commission colluded to rig the vote.
Zambia11 Aug 2016 21:34 GMT
Results expected to be close in presidential and parliamentary elections, which saw violence during campaign period.
Africa10 Aug 2016 13:54 GMT
After elections campaign period rocked by violence, Zambians prepare for polls to elect new president and parliament.
Politics10 Jul 2016 15:39 GMT
Electoral commissions halts campaigning in the capital for 10 days following the death of opposition supporter.
Africa22 Apr 2016 10:28 GMT
Homes and businesses owned by foreigners looted in Lusaka as refugees are blamed for recent killings.
Politics04 Jan 2016 12:44 GMT
Government spokesman says president will sign new Constitution on Tuesday, paving the way for elections later in 2016.
Politics27 Nov 2015 13:56 GMT
AU leaders in Zambia say ending practice is a priority but governments must create and enforce laws to stop problem.
Energy27 Oct 2015 11:49 GMT
Hydroelectric-dependent population hit hard by irregular rain, but some question if precipitation only is to blame.
Politics19 Oct 2015 08:07 GMT
President Lungu prays to God to "heal" the ailing kwacha as bars shut and football matches cancelled across the country.
Politics10 Mar 2015 12:07 GMT
Edgar Lungu, who assumed office in January, to travel for further tests following a health scare over the weekend.
Politics08 Mar 2015 17:09 GMT
President Lungu collapsed on the podium while presiding over Women's Day celebration in the capital, Lusaka.
Politics25 Jan 2015 23:01 GMT
Edgar Lungu will only be in office until 2016, and many question what he can achieve in that time.
Politics25 Jan 2015 17:48 GMT
Opposition candidate Hakainde Hichilema accuses election committee of manipulating results in closely-fought contest.
Politics22 Jan 2015 19:58 GMT
With more than half of the ballots counted, Edgar Lungu of the Patriotic Front party leads with 50.75 percent of vote.
by Vito Laterza
by Tolu Ogunlesi
by Rainatou Sow
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