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Posts published in “Day: August 22, 2012

ZNBS Portfolio At K150 Billion

[Times of Zambia]THE Zambia National Building Society (ZNBS) portfolio stands at K150 billion in total loans and advances, Marketing and Public Relations manager Miriam Lushinga has disclosed.

Interest Rates Slashed in Zanaco Promo

[Times of Zambia]ZANACO has launched a three-month promotion under which loan interest rates have been reduced from 20 to 17 per cent and payment tenure increased from two to five years.

Chichele Mofu Tree Catches Fire

[Times of Zambia]THE Chichele Mofu Tree, a national monument, situated on the Ndola-Kitwe Road, has been partially burnt after catching fire.

OYDC Pool Contractor Moves On Site

[Times of Zambia]THE Chinese contractor awarded a tender to build the much-talked-about K17 billion swimming pool has finally moved on site at the Olympic Youth Development Centre (OYDC) in Lusaka.

Oasis Forum Attacks Unfair – Sakeni

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has described as unfair and unjustifiable accusations by the Oasis Forum that there is no Government goodwill over the Constitution-making process.

Coaches Invited for Supersport Interviews

[Times of Zambia]MULTICHOICE Zambia public relations manager Marlon Kananda has urged MTN-FAZ Premier League coaches to turn up for pre- and post-match interviews set up by SuperSport as the live broadcast of matches resumes this weekend.

We’re Transparent, Says Kabanda

[Times of Zambia]THE Technical Committee on drafting the new Constitution says its expenditure is transparent and that there is maximum accountability in the process.

Addressing Challenges in Female Condom Use

[Times of Zambia]THE challenges of addressing misconceptions on condom use are slowly being addressed by different stakeholders that have taken a leading role in fighting HIV/AIDS.

Muteteka Pleads Not Guilty

[Times of Zambia]CHISAMBA Member of Parliament (MP), Moses Muteteka yesterday appeared in a Lusaka Magistrate's Court and pleaded not guilty to theft of a motor vehicle.

Kitwe Council Takes Over Chisokone

[Times of Zambia]KITWE City Council (KCC) has taken over the lavatories and offices at Chisokone Market formerly run by the de-registered Zambia National Marketeers Association (ZANAMA) and Zambia Traders and Marketeers Association (ZATMA).

Labour Ministry to Fortify Inspections

[Times of Zambia]THE Ministry of Labour is working to strengthen the labour inspectorate to ensure compliance and harmony in industries.

Graft Fight Not Personal, Says Maureen

[Times of Zambia]FORMER First Lady Maureen Mwanawasa has said President Michael Sata's crusade against corruption should not be viewed as persecution of some individuals.

UNWTO Countdown Begins

[The Herald]THE country will tomorrow officially launch the countdown to the historic co-hosting of the United Nations World Tourism Organisation general assembly.

State Keen on Infrastructure Investment

[Times of Zambia]THE Government has said it will plough more resources in infrastructure development as a way of wooing more investments into the various sectors of the national economy.

Coca-Cola Africa Foundation Giving Hope to Needy Children, Women

[Times of Zambia]YOUNGSTERS LOMBE Chilekwa, Lister Mulenga, Precious Phiri, John Banda,and Alice Kandeleka among others, would have had bleak futures had the Coca-Cola Africa Foundation (CCAF) and Helping Other People Everywhere (HOPE) Worldwide Zambia...

Sata Sends Goodwishes to Muslims

[Times of Zambia]PRESIDENT Sata has sent a goodwill message to the Muslim Community in Zambia during the EID celebrations held to mark the end of the holy month of Ramadan.

New Packaging for Tobacco

[Times of Zambia]IT is a fact that tobacco is extremely harmful to health. However, this does not seem to deter many people from smoking.

Mopani Hands Over Chibuluma Road

[Times of Zambia]MOPANI Copper Mines (MCM) yesterday handed over to Government the rehabilitated Central Street-Chibuluma-Mindolo ring road, constructed at a cost of K52 billion.

Liato Dumps MMD

[Times of Zambia]MMD NEC member and vice-presidential candidate, Austin Liato, has resigned from the party, saying he cannot continue being a member of a party that is headed for extinction.