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Posts published in “Day: July 3, 2012

Govt Set to Light Up Luangeni

[Times of Zambia]

LUANGENI Member of Parliament (MP) Charles Zulu has said the Government through the Rural Electrification Authority (REA)will start the electrification of some projects in his constituency and Chipat...

Save Women From Cervical Cancer – Bush

[Times of Zambia]

FORMER United States (US) president, George Bush says women need to be saved from the swelling cases of cervical cancer which are contributing to increased deaths among the womenfolk.

Sata Visits Livingstone Accident Victims

[Times of Zambia]

PRESIDENT Michael Sata yesterday took time to visit 31 accident victims admitted to the Livingstone General Hospital.

Let’s Hope for More Bush Visits

[Times of Zambia]

The Country has had her own share of various diseases and conditions afflicting her people for some time now. These diseases have proved a huge challenge to contain because of different reasons.

FQM Reaffirms Bwana Mkubwa Ops

[Times of Zambia]

FIRST Quantum Minerals has said its Bwana Mkubwa operations in Ndola are still running and rake in more than K100 billion per month despite the fact that copper reserves are exhausted.

Land Wrangle Ends in Tragedy

[Times of Zambia]

THREE brothers are on the run after allegedly killing two members of another family following the slaying of their relative, a village headman, over what is believed to be a bitter struggle for a pie...

USAID, Merck to Inject U.S$8 Million in Health Service Delivery

[Times of Zambia]

THE United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and Merck, a global health care company, will each invest US$4 million in the newly launched Zambia Management and Leadership Academy (Z...

Address Issues, Sata Advises Party Leaders

[Times of Zambia]

PRESIDENT Michael Sata has said political party leaders in Zambia should fight hunger as well as unemployment and potholes instead of attacking each other.

Road Accidents Claim Six

[Times of Zambia]

SIX people, including a three year-old boy died in separate road traffic accidents yesterday in Lusaka and Southern Province while 20 others survived with injuries.

Lower Zambezi Mine Project Debate Rages

[Times of Zambia]

AN Australian firm, Mwembeshi Resources Limited intends to establish a multi-million dollar open pit mine in Kangaluwi in Chief Mburuma's area in Luangwa District in Lusaka rural but this move has be...

Ambassador to Zambia Encourages Refugees to Return Home

Solwezi -
The Angolan ambassador to Zambia, Balbina da Silva, explained to the Angolan refugees still living in Maheba camp in Solwezi, the reasons why they should return to the country.

TAZ Bemoans High Cost of Production

[Times of Zambia]

THE Tobacco Association of Zambia (TAZ) has urged the Government to address the high cost of production in the tobacco industry for it to achieve sustainable growth and effectively contribute to nati...

K25 Billion Drugs Deal – Three Nabbed in SA

[Times of Zambia]

THREE Zambians have been arrested in South Africa for trafficking in mandrax worth more than K25 billion, South African police have said.

Copper Prices Up By Four Percent

[Times of Zambia]

THE prices of copper surged by more than four per cent on Friday, their biggest one-day gain since November 2012.

Address Tribal Politics, Says Chipimo

[Times of Zambia]

THE National Restoration Party (Narep) has added its voice on the need to address the issue of tribal politics that is gradually affecting Zambia.

Zamtel Shines Again

[Times of Zambia]

Zamtel has scooped the best telecommunication award for the second year running at the on-going Zambia International Trade Fair (ZITF).

Kyokushin Team Disappointed

[The Herald]

IT was a disappointing weekend for the kyokushin team that had gone to Zambia for the Inspector General of Police Karate Cup after they were informed that the event has been postponed when they were alrea...