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Posts published in “Day: July 16, 2012

Mampi Regrets Roki-Maneta Brawl

[The Herald]Zambian R&B star and former Big Brother Stargame housemate Mampi says she could have easily avoided a brawl between Zimbabwean urban groover Roki and his counterpart Maneta Mazanhi had she stayed in the house for long.

Govt to Fortify Anti-Dollarisation Order

[Times of Zambia]THE Government will re-issue Statutory Instrument (SI) number 33 of 2012 that introduced a ban on quoting of goods and services in dollars and other foreign currencies based on the Bank of Zambia (BoZ) Act of 1996.

Mumba Slammed Over Threats to Expel MPs

[Times of Zambia]FORMER Home Affairs Minister Lameck Mangani has castigated MMD party president Nevers Mumba for threatening to expel nine Members of Parliament (MPs) currently serving in the Patriotic Front (PF) Government if they do not relinquish th...

Samfya Resident Sued Over Calisthenics Drill

[Times of Zambia]ATTORNEY General Mumba Malila has sued a Zambia National Service (ZNS) warrant officer class one Cletus Musenge for training cadets illegally and is seeking an injunction to restrain him from training any person in a classified militar...

FRA to Pay Farmers Through Banks

[Times of Zambia]THE Food Reserve Agency (FRA) will this marketing season start paying farmers through personal bank accounts, FRA public relations officer Mwamba Siame has said.

Kazungula Chief Not Ready for Settlers

[Times of Zambia]CHIEF Nyawa of Kazungula District in Southern Province is still refusing to resettle people displaced in Sichifulo Game management Area (GMA), Southern Province Minister Obvious Mwaliteta has said.

CHAZ Setting Zambia’s Pace

[Times of Zambia]FOLLOWING reports of alleged misappropriation and lack of accountability of donor funds by some officials from the then government and Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) based on recommendations from the Zambia Country Coordinating ...

T.B Joshua’s Church Donates to Ndola Family

[Times of Zambia]THE Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) under renowned Nigerian prophet T.B Joshua, in partnership with Christ the King Ministry International Church, last weekend donated 12 pockets of cement and K1 million to a Ndola family in wh...

Youth Leader Backs Sex Education

[Times of Zambia]CALLS from the First Lady, Christine Kaseba to train teachers in sexual education should be taken seriously by the Ministry of Education to reduce the high maternal and mortality rate in Zambia, says Youth Vision Zambia (YVZ).

Kalulushi SMEs to Exhibit in DRC

[Times of Zambia]A GROUP of small and medium entrepreneurs (SMEs) in Kalulushi District on the Copperbelt will undertake an exhibition tour to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

Lessons From DRC, Zambia ‘Showdown’

[Times of Zambia]DERRICK Chanda's death, the Zambian truck driver, who was burnt to ashes by an angry and unreasonable Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) mob, has left a lot of broken hearts and some terror in many Congolese living and trading in Zambia.

Battle of Giants Resumes

[Times of Zambia]THE 2012 MTN Premier Division League action returns today after a three-week winter break with a top of the bill Week 16 clash between leaders, Zanaco and arch rivals, Zesco United.

Witness Explains Armco’s K250 Million, Truck Deal

[Times of Zambia]A WITNESS yesterday told a Lusaka Magistrate's court that he was informed that the K250 million which he lent former managing director Mohammad Patel was meant for workers' salaries and was offset through a Tata truck from the firm.

Tourism Has Great Potential – Masebo

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT says the tourism and arts industry has the potential to significantly contribute to the economic growth of the country.

Indian Education Firm Eyes Zambian Market

[Times of Zambia]INDIA's leading and oldest education company wants to invest in Zambia and offer world-class training to the local people.

Top League Prize Money Competitive

[Times of Zambia]AS the 2012 MTN Premier Division League resumes today after a winter recess, some top clubs are relishing the increase in K2.4 billion sponsorship package and prize money for the winners, saying it will heighten competition in the fina...

State Wants Investors to Bank Locally

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT is drafting a Statutory Instrument (SI) to compel foreign companies to bank their earnings locally and also control externalisation of export earnings, Finance Deputy Minister, Miles Sampa has announced.

Voluntary Work – The Job You Really Want

[Times of Zambia]MOST of people; especially school-leavers have always complained against employers who always ask for experience and certain skills in their vacant job advertisements.

Externalisation Controls Timely

[Times of Zambia]THE announcement by Finance Deputy Minister, Miles Sampa that the Government is drafting a Statutory Instrument (SI) to compel foreign companies to bank their earnings locally and control externalisation of export earnings will help gr...