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Posts published in “Day: August 20, 2012

Security Situation Calm On Border With Zambia

[AIM]Maputo -The security situation on the border between Mozambique and Zambia is relatively calm and cases of mistreatment of people living along the border, reported in the past, not longer occur.

Bogus Suppliers Snubbed

[Times of Zambia]SOME bogus suppliers have been frequenting the Ministry of Home Affairs in a failed bid to influence the minister and his deputies to give them contracts at the expense of illegible entrepreneurs.

‘Levy Was a Hero’

[Times of Zambia]THE Baptist Fellowship of Zambia has described the late third Republican president Levy Mwanawasa, as a hero who upheld honesty and integrity until his death.

Central African Rail Firm to Deal in Cargo

[Times of Zambia]CENTRAL East Africa Rails (CEAR), the company that has been engaged to operate the Chipata-Mchinji rail to the Nacala corridors in Mozambique via Malawi says it will only run cargo and not passenger services because the latter was not ...

Cholera Breaks Out in Mpulungu

[Times of Zambia]CHOLERA has broken out in Mpulungu District in Northern Province leaving one person dead and several hospitalised.

Zambia Tasked to Help Resolve DRC Unrest

[Times of Zambia]Maputo -ZAMBIA has been chosen to partner with three other countries in the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) to resolve civil unrest in neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

Sata Returns From SADC Indaba

[Times of Zambia]PRESIDENT Michael Sata yesterday returned home from Mozambique where he had gone to attend the 32nd Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) ordinary summit of heads of State and Government in Maputo.

Essa, Two Others in Tanzania Rally

[Times of Zambia]FIA AFRICAN Rally Championship (ARC) leader Mohammed Essa and two other drivers are expected to compete in the Tanzanian rally set for Dar-es-Salaam from August 31 to September 2.

Lusaka Killings Rekindle Past Fears

[Times of Zambia]THE recent killings totalling five women now in Lusaka has evoked sad memories of 1980 when 29 young women were strangled after being raped on separate occasions between January and July.

NAPSA Sets Aside K3.5 Billion for South Facelift

[Times of Zambia]THE National Pensions Scheme Authority (NAPSA) has set aside K3.5 billion to rehabilitate its Musi-oa-Tunya building in Livingstone to improve the face of the tourism capital.

Blades, NAPSA Draw

[Times of Zambia]'SHARP' Konkola Blades and star-studded Napsa Stars yesterday played out to a goalless draw in a breathtaking week 20 match which could have gone either way in Chililabombwe.

Nation Records Increase in Congo Exports

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA has recorded an increase in the exports to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) market representing a growth of about 77 per cent, Zambia Development Agency acting director general Glyne Micheelo has said.