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Posts published in “Day: February 17, 2012

Sport On – Nation United!

[Times of Zambia]

WELL done Chipolopolo Boys, we are so proud of you!

Bike Firm Signs Japan Export Deal

[Times of Zambia]

A ZAMBIAN social firm Zambike which manufactures bamboo - framed bicycles has signed an export deal with FIG bikes of Japan aimed at enhancing its export market and sustaining the market for the bicy...

USAIDs Launches K122 TRN Education Reform Project

[Times of Zambia]

THE United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has launched a US$24 million (K122 trillion) education reform project in Zambia.

30 Kabwe Maize Fields Flooded

[Times of Zambia]

ABOUT 30 maize fields in Munyama area in Kabwe are flooded because of continued heavy rain, while eight families in Makululu Township are desperately in need of shelter after their homes collapsed.

Cops Pursue Riotous Mufulira Residents

[Times of Zambia]

POLICE in Mufulira are pursuing some Kantanshi residents who are alleged to have destroyed two houses and shop belonging to a local business executive whom they accused of practising 'Satanism'.

NAPSA Warns Employers On Contributions

[Times of Zambia]

THE National Pensions Scheme Authority (NAPSA) has called on employers in the country to be remit monthly contributions for their employees to avoid prosecution.

Lessons of Zambia’s Victory for Eagles

[This Day]

This morning, I am returning to the matter of Nigerian football given what transpired at the just concluded 28 African Cup of Nations.

Zambia Triumph – Lessons for Local Football

[Zimbabwe Independent]

SO many issues have been brought to the fore to explain the Zambian national football team's Afcon triumph. Some have even opined that the Chipolopolo boys had managed to evoke the spirits of th...

How Chipolopolo Became Africa’s Football Kings


Sleazy goings-on in nughtclubs around Lusaka, the presence of legendary old man KK at the stadium in Libreville, memories of the 1993 tragedy in which nearly the entire national side was killed in Gabon... al...

Lessons From Chipolopolo’s Victory

[The Herald]

As an active African soccer star are gone. Nonetheless, I kept my fingers crossed for Chipolopolo.

I Am a Proud French Trainer – Renard

[Times of Zambia]

ZAMBIA coach Herve Renard has said he is proud to be among successful French trainers who have made a mark in African football.

Govt to Ensure Accountability

[Times of Zambia]

THE Government will ensure accountability in the utilisation of public resources including funds from cooperating partners.

Appeal Against Acquitted Ex-Chipata Mayor Dismissed

[Times of Zambia]

A CHIPATA High Court on Wednesday dismissed an appeal by the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) against the acquittal of former Mayor Sinoya Mwale on charges of obtaining money by false pretences.

PF Ahead in Msanzala

[Times of Zambia]
Msanzala, -
THE Patriotic Front (PF) last night took an early lead in the Msanzala Parliamentary by-election in Petauke in the 11 polling stations counted by 23:00 hours.

Three Nabbed Over K800 Billion Money Laundering

[Times of Zambia]

THE Drug Enforcement Commission (DEC) has arrested three people including a Government accountant and a director from a private firm in Lusaka for money laundering offences involving K800 billion.

Commonwealth Toast Chipolopolo Triumph

[Times of Zambia]

COMMONWEALTH Secretary General Kamalesh Sharma has sent a goodwill message to President Michael Sata over the Zambia soccer squad's historic 2012 Orange Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) victory.

Esther to Defend Her Titles

[Times of Zambia]

CHAMPION Esther Phiri returns to the ring today after a year-long hiatus seeking to defend her Women International Boxing Association (WIBA) and Women International Boxing Organisation (WIBO) titles ...

Henry Banda Using Three Passports

[Times of Zambia]

FORMER President Rupiah Banda's son, Henry, has allegedly been using three different passports during his travels though authorities do not have records to show that he has ever returned to the East ...