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Posts published in February 2012

Zam Bikes Partners With German Company

[Times of Zambia]

ZAM BIKES, the company that manufactures bamboo-framed bicycles, has signed a five-year contract with Zuri of German following the successful penetration into the Japanese market.

Zambia Won’t Import Maize, Says Veep

[Times of Zambia]

VICE-President Guy Scot has says Zambia will not import maize from other countries to cushion the dry spell that has hit some parts of the country.

Banda Has Become a Liability – Muteteka

[Times of Zambia]

MMD national youth Chairperson Moses Muteteka has said party president Rupiah Banda has become a liability to the former ruling party and should immediately resign.

Champs Ndola Reach Golf Finals

[Times of Zambia]

HOLDERS Ndola Golf Club at the weekend made a remarkable recovery to qualify to next month's Triangular National Championships in Lusaka.

Auditors Complete Chipata Council Probe

[Times of Zambia]

LOCAL Government Minister Nkandu Luo has said auditors have concluded the audit at the beleaguered Chipata Municipal Council and will soon announce the fate of the council, including that of the two ...

Mwamelo, Mutafu Woo Eastern Province Support

[Times of Zambia]

FOOTBALL Association of Zambia (FAZ) vice-president Boniface Mwamelo and treasurer Kelvin Mutafu were at the weekend in Chipata on a campaign trail to woe support from the Eastern Province clubs ahea...

NOWSPAR Wins UN Praise

[Times of Zambia]

By Sports Reporter SPECIAL Advisor to the United Nations general secretary on Sport for Development and Peace Wilfried Lemke has commended National Organisation for Women in Sport, Physical Activity ...

‘Be Patient On Barotse Report’

[Times of Zambia]

CHAIRPERSON of the commission of inquiry into the Mongu riots Rodger Chongwe has urged Zambians, especially the people of Western Province to be  patient and allow the Government to study and digest...

Timber Business Needs to Be Regulated

[Times of Zambia]

THE timber industry is among Zambia's priority sectors with capacity to contribute significantly to the country's socio-economic development.

Dar, Lusaka Plan Rail Revival

[Daily News]

TANZANIA and Zambia have started discussions on recapitalisation and overhaul of operations and management structure of the Tanzania-Zambia Railway Authority (TAZARA) to turn-around the fortunes of the fi...

Ban Inspired by Youth

[UN News]

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today concluded his first visit to Zambia saying he left the country convinced that it has a bright future, especially because of the commitment of the younger generation to dem...

Petro De Luanda’s New Reinforcements in Luanda

Luanda -
The two foreign reinforcements signed in by Petro de Luanda for this sport season, namely the Senegalese Ben Traoré and Zambian Felix Catongo, are already in Luanda since Friday.

UN Chief Visits Lusaka, Praises Development

[UN News]

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today praised Zambia for entrenching democracy and making efforts to achieve the globally-agreed social and economic development targets aimed at halving the number of people li...

Shalli Fights for Frozen Millions


FORMER Namibian Defence Force chief Martin Shalli has launched a legal counter-offensive against the Prosecutor General in an attempt to prevent the State from confiscating about N$2,8 million being kept in...

UN Chief Ban Ki-Moon Jets in Today

[Times of Zambia]

THE United Nations (UN) has urged Zambia to take advantage of its secretary general's visit to showcase the country's achievements and potential.

Sata Opposes Barotse Deal

[Times of Zambia]

The commission recommended that the Government should re-instate the Agreement and that it should be in the new Constitution.

Opposition MPs Walk Out, Motion Passed

[Times of Zambia]

PARLIAMENT yesterday passed a motion on the abolition and establishing of Government ministries amid protest from opposition members of Parliament (MPs) who walked out of the House.

Shikapwasha, Phiri Ordered to Foot ZNBC Legal Fees

[Times of Zambia]

THE Government has demanded that former Information minister, Ronnie Shikapwasha and his Permanent Secretary then Sam Phiri, be surcharged the K900 million incurred by the Zambia National Broadcastin...