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Posts published in “Day: December 12, 2011

Kitwe Hospital Management Disappoints Police Probe Team

POLICE on the Copperbelt say they are disappointed with Kitwe Central Hospital (KCH) management for refusing to cooperate in the on-going investigations into the missing theatre patient monitor machine at the health institution.

Govt Housing Initiative Cheers ZNS Chief

ZAMBIA National Service (ZNS) Commandant, Nathan Mulenga, says he is happy that the Patriotic Front (PF) Government has shown commitment to build more houses for the defence forces.

Levy Stadium Handover Pushed Back

THE hand-over of the US$65 million Levy Mwanawasa Stadium in Ndola by the Chinese to the Zambian Government was yesterday deferred to a later date.

Chinese Minister Speaks Out

CHINESE vice-foreign minister, Zhai Jun has said his government always strives to sensitise its citizens on the need to respect labour laws in the countries where they take their investments.

Inonge Wina Counsels Chiefs

CHIEFS and Traditional Affairs Minister, Inonge Wina, has advised chiefs to stop engaging themselves in activities that undermine the Government.

Kasanka Trust Attracts 460 Tourists

ABOUT 460 tourists have been attracted to Kasanka Trust National Park following the immigration of more than 10 million fruit-bats from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), the Zambia Tourist Board (ZTB) has said.

Lewanika’s Burial in Limulunga Today

THE body of the late Zambian ambassador to Japan, Wamundila Mbikusita-Lewanika was yesterday flown to Mongu ahead of burial in Limulunga today.

State Prods ZICA

THE Government has challenged the Zambia Institute of Chartered Accountants (ZICA) to ensure that corporate entities in the country conform to high standards of governance and accounting principles.

Mbulu Directs CLM Workers to End Strike

DEPUTY Minister of Labour, Sports, Youth and Gender, Rayford Mbulu, has directed striking miners at China Non-Ferrous Corporation Luanshya Copper Mine (CLM) to immediately go back to work.

‘Embrace Reading Culture’

CENTRAL Province Permanent Secretary, Edwin Zumbunu has said Zambians should embrace a culture of reading for meaningful development to take place.

260 Moolmans Workers Lose Jobs

MORE than 260 workers of Moolmans in Chingola have been left jobless after Konkola Copper Mines (KCM) terminated the company's contract.

Chinese Urged to Invest in Financial Sector

THE China Council for Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT) has urged investors from the giant Asian country to consider investing in Zambia's financial sector.

Hockey Clubs Suffer Losses

TWO Zambian teams at the on-going Hockey Africa Cup Club championships at the Olympic Youth Development Centre (OYDC) in Lusaka have lost their opening games of the week-long competition.

Consumer Body to Monitor Barrick Gold, Jinchuan Ops

THE Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) will early next year begin monitoring mining giants, Barrick Gold and Jinchuan Mining, over their compliance with the conditions given to them before taking over mining operations.

Can GMOs Be Solution to Climate Change Hazards?

ALARM bells are already ringing about how climate change threatens to make the already difficult situation of food security in the world, and Africa in particular, worse.

MMD Appears in Disarray After Defeat

IT is apparent even to political upstarts that the Movement for Multiparty Democracy (MMD) appears to be in disarray after its defeat in presidential and parliamentary elections, and this situation is likely to impact adversely on current moves to find...

Kitwe City to Expand

THE Kitwe City Council is in the process of expanding the city to manage the growing business volumes and traffic.

Kangwa Harbours AFCON Ambitions

COSAFA Under-20 Youth Championship golden boot award winner Evans Kangwa is now dreaming of a bigger stage like 2012 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) to showcase his scoring skills.