Angola clinched a 1-0 win over fellow CAN2012 finalists Zambia in a friendly match played in Dundo.
Posts published in “Day: December 19, 2011”
Zambia has frozen the retirement benefits of former president Rupiah Banda following his party's decision to retain him as its leader.
THE Kabwe High Court has lifted an injunction which was earlier granted to Masiye Motel in a matter in which former workers have sued and were claiming among others, outstanding terminal benefits salary arrears owed to them.
ZAMTEL has introduced a new product called Chalila that reduces costs on both voice and non-voice communications including internet use as a way of enhancing its mobile phone penetration into the local market.
STATE House has disclosed that ex-Finance Minister Situmbeko Musokotwane received over K5 billion in salaries and various forms of emoluments from the Bank of Zambia (BoZ) at the time he served in various portfolios in Government.
SEVEN people died in separate road traffic accidents across the country at the weekend, Zambia Police Service spokesperson Elizabeth Kanjela has said.
KALULUSHI District Commissioner (DC) Joyce Nsamba has urged women to continue the fight against Gender-based Violence (GBV) despite the end of the 16 Days of Activism against GBV on December 10.
THE Zambia Tourism Board (ZTB) has urged stakeholders and investors in the hospitality industry to prepare for the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) general assembly to maximise benefits from the joint hosting.
GOVERNMENT has with immediate effect suspended the disbursement of entitlements and benefits to former Republican president Rupiah Banda following the announcement by the MMD that they had maintained Mr Banda as the party's interim president which is i...
KONKOLA Copper Mines (KCM) has pledged to continue supporting Nchanga Rangers and three other clubs in the FAZ Premier League.
KAWAMBWA Tea Company employees are ready to be dismissed as long as their employer pays them their full package including the 40 months salary arrears.
ZAMBIA women's soccer coach Enala Simbeye has named a 23-member squad to go into residential camping at the FAZ technical center in Lusaka today to start preparations for next month's Africa Cup qualifiers.
THE Government has paid tribute to outgoing Vatican Ambassador to Zambia Archbishop Nicola Girasoli for his contribution and his stance on advocating for peace in the country.
The Citizens Economic Empowerment Commission (CEEC) has made progress in ensuring that the development of the generic codes and score cards in accordance with its mandate of section 24 of the Citizens Economic Empowerment Act no 9 of 2009 is achieved.
LUSAKA budding golfer Abhinav Walia at the weekend made history when he won the 2011 Malawi Junior Open championship in Lilongwe, becoming the first Zambian junior to win an international title on foreign soil.
KPMG has offered to help find a common solution to the Zambian mining tax matrix in which mining companies are accused of tax avoidance and are perceived to be inadequately contributing to the national treasury.
THE Sports Council of Zambia (SCZ) has appealed to Government to help settle its outstanding debt beyond the local sports governing body's current financial capacity.
THE Independent Churches of Zambia (ICOZ) has defended President Michael Sata over his appointment of a 20-member technical team currently sitting to draft the new Republican Constitution.
THE youths in Zambia have been challenged to equip themselves with entrepreneurial skills for them to participate in the economic development of the country.
The issue of teachers' emoluments, transfers, accommodation and other desired incentives has lived with us for many years.