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Posts published in “Day: July 10, 2012

Two ZAWA Officers Face Ivory Theft Rap

[Times of Zambia]Two Zambia Wildlife Authority (ZAWA) police officers yesterday appeared in a Lusaka Magistrate's Court and denied stealing ivory valued at more than K3 billion.

Kambwili Sees Zambia At 2013 Afcon

[Times of Zambia]SPORTS Minister Chishimba Kambwili has said qualification for the Orange 2013 CAF Africa Cup of Nations finals in South Africa is a must for the Chipolopolo ahead of the qualifiers that kick off in September.

Dora Siliya’s Trial Starts

[Times of Zambia]The trial of former Communications and Transport minister, Dora Siliya on two counts of abuse of authority opened in a Lusaka Magistrate's court yesterday with a witness testifying that a Cabinet minister has no authority to deal with ...

Sata Is Ok, but PF Is Losing It

[Times of Zambia]President Michael Sata has emerged as one of the great leaders of Zambia because of his connection with the grassroots, and for him to win the last general elections it was because of the working relations.

Dangote to Get Mining Licence

[Times of Zambia]The advisory committee set up by Government will in the next two weeks meet and issue a mining licence to Nigerian cement company Dangote Industries.

Judges Ban Appeal Case Set for July 17

[Times of Zambia]THE Supreme Court has set July 17 this year as the appeal date of a case involving three judges who were granted a stay over their suspension and setting up of a tribunal to probe their alleged professional misconduct.

Country Set for 1.5 Million Tonnes Copper Output

[Times of Zambia]Zambia is set to produce 1.5 million tonnes of copper per annum and become the world's fifth top copper producer by 2015 due to massive investments, the Zambia Development Agency (ZDA) has said.

‘Don’t Host Illegal Churches’

[Times of Zambia]Registrar of Societies Clement Andeleki has warned head teachers against hosting unregistered churches in school premises for worship because the practice is illegal.

Road Carnage Devastating, Costly!

[Times of Zambia]THE tragic road accident in which 11 people died in Pemba is a clarion reminder of the urgent need to upscale awareness campaigns on road safety among road users.

‘Tourism Sector Under Review’

[Times of Zambia]The government has embarked on a process to review regulatory frameworks in the tourism sector to make tourism development and investment more sustainable in Zambia.

Farmers Assured of Govt Support

[Times of Zambia]The government has assured farmers of continued support and implementation of progressive policies in the agriculture sector.