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World - Defence Minister Lungu wins Zambia`s disputed presidential race


Zambia`s defence minister Edgar Lungu, of the ruling Patriotic Front, has narrowly won the country`s presidential race, the electoral commission announced after an election marred by delays. Lungu won 48.33 percent of the vote, beating his rival Hakainde Hichilema of the United Party for National Development (UPND), who garnered 46.67 percent. Lungu`s victory was greeted with cheers and dancing after the chairwoman of the Electoral Commission of Zambia, Ireen Mambilima, announced the results of this week`s vote, which Hichilema has denounced as a sham. Some of the celebrations in the streets of capital Lusaka got out of hand, with police using teargas to disperse excited PF supporters who tried to force their way into the conference centre where the announcement was made.


Sunday, January 25, 2015  02:42

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World - Defence Minister Lungu wins Zambia`s presidential race


Zambia`s defence minister Edgar Lungu, of the ruling Patriotic Front, has narrowly won the country`s presidential race, the electoral commission announced Saturday. Lungu won 48.33 percent of the vote, beating his rival Hakainde Hichilema of the United Party for National Development (UPND) who garnered 46.67 percent. Lungu`s victory was greeted with cheers and dancing after the chairwoman of the Electoral Commission of Zambia, Ireen Mambilima, announced the results of this week`s vote which Hichilema has denounced as a sham.


Saturday, January 24, 2015  23:07

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Sports - Pacesetting Kuchar slips back with messy finish


(Reuters) - Overnight leader Matt Kuchar surprisingly dropped three shots in his last four holes to finish the third round of the $5.7 million Humana Challenge one stroke off the pace at La Quinta on Saturday. Two ahead and seemingly cruising on another gorgeous day of dazzling sunshine in the California desert, Kuchar bogeyed the 15th, 17th and the last for a one-under-par 71 on the Palmer Private course at PGA West, one of three co-hosting venues. Five-times major winner Phil Mickelson, making his first appearance on the 2014-15 PGA Tour, mixed eight birdies with four bogeys for a 68 to finish at 11 under. `Not at all the way I wanted to finish,` Kuchar, who had led by one shot after the second round, told Golf Channel.


Sunday, January 25, 2015  00:55

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Sports - Golf-Pacesetting Kuchar slips back with messy finish


Overnight leader Matt Kuchar surprisingly dropped three shots in his last four holes to finish the third round of the $5.7 million Humana Challenge one stroke off the pace at La Quinta on Saturday. Two ahead and seemingly cruising on another gorgeous day of dazzling sunshine in the California desert, Kuchar bogeyed the 15th, 17th and the last for a one-under-par 71 on the Palmer Private course at PGA West, one of three co-hosting venues. Five-times major winner Phil Mickelson, making his first appearance on the 2014-15 PGA Tour, mixed eight birdies with four bogeys for a 68 to finish at 11 under. `Not at all the way I wanted to finish,` Kuchar, who had led by one shot after the second round, told Golf Channel.


Sunday, January 25, 2015  00:37

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World - Defence Minister Edgar Lungu wins Zambia vote: official


Defence Minister Edgar Lungu of Zambia`s ruling Patriotic Front has won the country`s presidential election in a tightly fought race marred by delays, the electoral commission announced Saturday. Lungu won with a slim 48.33 percent majority, closely followed by his rival Hakainde Hichilema of the United Party for National Development (UPND) with 46.67 percent of the vote. Lungu`s victory was greeted with cheers and dancing after the chairwoman of the Electoral Commission of Zambia Ireen Mambilima, announced the results of the Tuesday vote which Hichilema had earlier denounced as a sham.


Saturday, January 24, 2015  21:18

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World - Lungu narrowly wins Zambia presidential vote, opposition cries foul


By Chris Mfula LUSAKA (Reuters) - Zambia`s ruling party candidate Edgar Lungu secured a narrow victory in this week`s presidential poll, results showed on Saturday, defeating his closest rival who said the election had been `stolen`. The ballot was triggered by the death last October of the President Michael Sata. With another election scheduled for late next year when Sata`s term had been due to end, Lungu will have little time to turn around a stuttering economy in one of Africa`s most promising frontier markets. Patriotic Front candidate Lungu won 48.3 percent of the vote to 46.7 percent for Hakainde Hichilema, a wealthy economist from the United Party for National Development, the Electoral Commission of Zambia said.


Saturday, January 24, 2015  21:37

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World - Defence Minister Edgar Lungu wins Zambia vote


Lusaka (AFP) - Defence Minister Edgar Lungu of Zambia`s ruling Patriotic Front has won the country`s presidential election in a tightly fought race marred by delays, the electoral commission announced Saturday.


Saturday, January 24, 2015  21:00

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World - Zambian opposition leader calls presidential vote a sham


Zambian presidential candidate Hakainde Hichilema denounced the country`s presidential election as a sham on Saturday, and accused rival Edgar Lungu of stealing the vote. Hichilema made the allegations as partial results released by the Electoral Commission of Zambia showed Lungu of the ruling Patriotic Front party leading by a hair with 47.96 percent of the votes counted against Hichilema with 47.17 percent. `This election has been a sham and does not reflect the will of the people,` said Hichilema, leader of the United Party for National Development (UPND). `If Edgar is sworn in he should know that he is an illegitimate president,` he told journalists.


Saturday, January 24, 2015  20:43

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World - Lungu holds slight lead in Zambia vote, opposition cry foul


Zambia`s ruling party candidate Edgar Lungu on Saturday maintained a slim lead after most votes had been counted in this week`s presidential poll, but his closest rival said the election had been `stolen`. The ballot was triggered by the death last October of the incumbent president, Michael Sata. With the results counted from 146 out of 150 constituencies, Patriotic Front candidate Lungu led rival Hakainde Hichilema 47.96 percent to 47.17 percent, according to figures released by the Electoral Commission of Zambia. The final tally is due later in the day and the remaining four constituencies are considered traditional strongholds for the ruling Patriotic Front Party.


Saturday, January 24, 2015  14:59


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