[Times of Zambia]HOME Affairs Minister, Edgar Lungu has directed law enforcement agencies to establish elements behind the circulation of seditious and malicious material which is aimed at fanning tribalism in the country by making claims that various ...
Posts published in “Day: August 24, 2012”
[Times of Zambia]THE Food Reserve Agency (FRA) Board has with immediate effect terminated the employment contract of executive director David Matongo.
[Times of Zambia]THE Engineering Institute of Zambia (EIZ) and the United Kingdom (UK) based company Clavel Group have gone into partnership to create an avenue for the establishment of an industrial park under the EIZ industrialisation council.
[Times of Zambia]MONGU Dairy Cooperative Society (MODACO) has said the lack of animal drug stores in Western Province is affecting the growth of the livestock industry in the region.
[Times of Zambia]DHL, the world's leading logistics company, has equipped its fleet of couriers in the Central Africa and Indian Ocean (CENIO) region with direct communication headsets for motorcycles.
[Times of Zambia]ELEVEN Ethiopians have been sentenced to 15 years imprisonment each with hard labour after they pleaded guilty to the offence of Consenting to being smuggled into Zambia.
[Times of Zambia]MUVI Television cameraperson Lloyd Kapusa has reported William Banda to police for attempting to strangle him and assaulting him yesterday, as Government also condemns the act.
[Times of Zambia]THE Ministry of Finance disclosed yesterday that more than K13 trillion of the 2012 National Budget has so far been disbursed to ministries, provinces and other spending agencies between January and July this year.
[Times of Zambia]A MONGU resident, Mubita Siyoto, has thanked President Michael Sata and the Patriotic Front (PF) administration for facilitating the amputation of his son's leg after he was shot by police during the Mongu riots of January 2011.
[Times of Zambia]THE violent conduct exhibited by William Banda within the precincts of law enforcement offices in Lusaka on Wednesday once again defined the character of one notorious political hooligan who masquerades as a politician.
[The Herald]ON this exact day next year, Zimbabwe and Zambia will co-host the historical 2013 United Nations World Tourism Organisation General Assembly, an event that the two countries will not be eligible to host again for the next 360 years.
[Times of Zambia]EYE witness accounts, research, on the spot investigations, media reports, government archives and anecdotal proof seem agreed that most of the road accidents in Zambia are caused by human error. This in simple terms is a mistake cause...