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Posts published in “Day: June 18, 2012

Three Axed for Illegal Plot Allocation

[Times of Zambia]

LUANSHYA Municipal Council has dismissed three employees for alleged illegal allocation of plots while a councillor has been suspended for six months for the similar offence.

Tackle Non-Tariff Barriers, Urges U.S. Expert

[Times of Zambia]

A UNITED States (US) trade expert has urged African countries to fight off the non-tariff barriers which are the biggest hindrance to the growth of infra-Africa trade.

Cattle Herding Robs East Boy-Child Right to Education

[Times of Zambia]

CHILDREN have rights and these privileges should be upheld by not only their parents or legal guardians but by adults in society if their future is to be secured.

Airtel Targets 200 Towers in Rural Areas

[Times of Zambia]

AIRTEL Zambia has targeted to put up 200 towers in rural areas across the country before the end of this year.

The Role of the Media in the Constitution Making Process

[Times of Zambia]

A CONSTITUTION is the Supreme Law of the land; it is the body of rules or laws written which determines the organization of government, the distribution of powers of various organs of government and ...

Witness Narrates How a Suspect Was Killed

[Times of Zambia]

A WITNESS has testified in the Kitwe High Court how three neighbourhood watch members allegedly killed a 24-year-old man that was detained at Chamboli post and claimed that he had committed suicide.

Coach Phiri Hails Napsa Performance

[Times of Zambia]

NAPSA Stars coach Patrick Phiri has said beating MTN-FAZ Premier League champions Power Dynamos was a sign that the club, which is playing in the elite league after a 12-year absence was heading in t...

Fake Wigs Land Two Foreign Nationals in Court

[Times of Zambia]

AN arresting officer in a case in which two foreign nationals are charged with a case of offering for sale and being in possession of counterfeit wigs has testified that their business competitor was...

Commission Warns Bakeries Over Labels

[Times of Zambia]

THE Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) has warned bakeries who are selling the products without labels or vital information, of legal action.

National Rally Enters Round Three

[Times of Zambia]

THE national rally championship enters round three next weekend at Silverest area, east of Lusaka, with Muna Singh's son Jassy hoping to extend his lead aboard his father's Subaru Impreza N10 backed ...

All Set for Chiluba Memorial

[Times of Zambia]

SECRETARY to the Cabinet Evans Chibiliti has said the memorial church service for late second republican President Frederick

Zambia Closed Chess Tourney On

[Times of Zambia]

THE Chess Federation of Zambia (CFZ) will this weekend stage its 2012 Zambia Closed Chess championships at Kitwe's Moba Hotel to be played over nine rounds.

State to Bail Out Ruggers

[Times of Zambia]

GOVERNMENT has promised to bail out the Zambia Rugby Football Union (ZRFU) to meet its K250 million budget to send the national 15s squad to next month's six-nation Confederation of African Rugby (CA...

Rising Orphan Numbers Worry First Lady

[Times of Zambia]

FIRST Lady Christine Kaseba has said the increasing number of orphans in Zambia is posing a serious challenge and threatening the various mechanisms the Government has put in place.

Sata Invites Chipimo to Rio

[Times of Zambia]

PRESIDENT Michael Sata has invited National Restoration Party (NAREP) president Elias Chipimo to be part of his delegation to Rio Conference in Brazil where Bio Fuel tops the agenda.

Brace for ‘Freezing July’ – Nkomoki

[Times of Zambia]

THE cold weather now being experienced in Zambia will continue and may get worse next month in five provinces and could be

President Sata Leaves for Rio Indaba

[Times of Zambia]

PRESIDENT Michael Sata yesterday left for Brazil to attend the bio-fuel and environmental sustainable development conference.

Dad Arrested for Trying to Sell Children

[Times of Zambia]

POLICE in Kapiri Mposhi have arrested a man and two of his sons who attempted to sell four of his other children at over K200 million for alleged economic reasons.