Zambian referees have been appointed to officiate at the African Women Championship's encounter that will pit the national soccer team, Twiga Stars against their Namibian counterparts in Windhoek mid January next year.Tanzania Football Federation (TFF)...
Posts published in “Day: December 21, 2011”
THE Olympic Youth Development Centre (OYDC) raised K63 million during last weekend's inter-ministerial sports tournament, with executive director Clement Chileshe saying the money would be used to sustain the centre.
ZAMBIA's agricultural performance in 2011 has yet again reached higher levels and considering the potential it carries, the sector is expected to do much more in the 2011/2012 harvesting season.
PRESIDENT Michael Sata has implored the defence forces and other security wings to be vigilant and desist from engaging in any acts of corruption.
TREE planting is a subject that rarely finds space in public discourse and it certainly is deprived of patriotic fervour, yet it is one that should be promoted at all strata of society.
A VILLAGER in Nchelenge has been arrested for allegedly defiling a six-month-old baby and later sodomising her.
This week we look at exceptions to turnover tax. We hope that the confusion surrounding who should be on turnover tax will be dealt with through this article.
EIGHT workers at Luanshya Copper Miners (CLM) who were dismissed following an industrial unrest last week, have been reinstated.
THE International Monetary Fund (IMF), which is impressed with Zambia's economic progression, has said the 2012 national Budget is a positive start for the new Government and pledged continued support towards the country's efforts in implementing its d...
ZAMBIA soccer coach Herve Renard yesterday got a timely boost for next month's African Cup of Nations (AFCON) finals after South Africa-based burly striker, Collins Mbesuma declared himself fit again to play.
LUSAKA High Court Judge, Albert Woods has dismissed an application by losing Patriotic Front Malambo constituency parliamentarian candidate, Kaweche Kaunda's lawyers to amend the petition to have MMD winning candidate Maxwell Mwale cited as one of the ...
PRESIDENT Michael Sata has urged new High Court judges to ensure fair and speedy dispensation of justice as prisons in the country are congested with people awaiting trial.
THE commission of inquiry investigating the purchase of a radar system yesterday heard that former Communications and Transport minister, Dora Siliya went against professional advice and awarded a contract to an Italian firm through single-sourcing.
THE high rate of timber harvesting in the country will affect the conservation of trees needed to mitigate various negative effects such as climate change, Mines and Natural Resources Minister Wilbur Simuusa has said.
ZAMBIA national soccer team coach Herve Renard has asked Zambians to have faith in the team ahead of the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) by avoiding dwelling on negatives before the finals to be co-hosted by Equatorial Guinea and Gabon.
HOME Affairs Minister, Kennedy Sakeni has directed the police to ensure that the law takes its course in the matter in which former Finance and National Planning Minister, Situmbeko Musokotwane is alleged to have irregularly granted a tax holiday to Va...
THE Lusaka High Court has granted an injunction to President Michael Sata's son, Mulenga restraining Committee of Citizens executive director, Gregory Chifire and owner of the Zambian Watchdog blog, Lloyd Himaambo from publishing or broadcasting defama...
POWER Dynamos' youth product Venecious Mapande has turned down the chance to return to Arthur Davies Stadium in Kitwe, opting to join Zesco United.
A FORTNIGHT ago on Walvis Bay Corner, we discussed shipping lines and routes calling at the Port of Walvis Bay and other services by the member shipping line companies of the Walvis Bay Corridor Group (WBCG).
Finance Deputy Minister Alfreda Mwamba has said the Government is working out measures aimed at stabilising the rate of inflation in the country.