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Posts published in “Day: September 1, 2012

Mob Burns Three to Death in Chambishi

[Times of Zambia]AN angry mob in Chambishi yesterday ran amok killing three people they suspected of practising satanism.

Scramble for Uganda Clash VIPTickets

[Times of Zambia]FORTY-EIGHT hours before tickets for Zambia's crucial 2013 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifier against Uganda go on sale, Football House is overwhelmed by the demand for VIP and western wing lower deck seats at the Levy Mwanawasa S...

Boxers Should Heed Kanyanta’s Warning

[Times of Zambia]COMING as it did from a man whose ring record, a perfect one, 11-0, 9 KOs, when his career was cruelly cut short on health grounds, the criticism by national under-20 coach Kennedy Kanyanata of the low quality exhibited by his charges ...

Five Bandits Sent to the Gallows in Murder Case

[Times of Zambia]THE Chipata High Court yesterday sentenced five bandits to death after convicting them on two counts of murder and aggravated robbery.

Judge Chikopa Back in the Country

[Times of Zambia]MALAWIAN High Court Judge, Lovemore Chikopa has arrived in Zambia after more than one month of absence amidst speculation by opposition leaders that he has been staying in Zambia from the time he was sworn-in as tribunal chairperson in...

Samsung Fetes Chipolopolo

[Times of Zambia]AFRICAN champions Zambia were on Thursday night feted by Samsung Africa at a colourful dinner held at the Government Complex in Lusaka.

MMD in Nigeria Oil Scam

[Times of Zambia]ALLEGED corrupt deals in the MMD regime have continued to surface with the latest being that of a payment for the supply of crude oil from Nigeria which has not been delivered to date despite documentation indicating the deal was sealed.

Coping With Life When Half-Deaf, Half-Blind

[Times of Zambia]How can one cope with life when one has serious physical disabilities like being half -deaf and half-blind? Society should not laugh at, but sympathise with, those in our communities unfortunate to be afflicted with this or other disab...

Making a Decision On What to Grow

[Times of Zambia]FARMERS everywhere are now selling their maize, groundnuts, tobacco, soyabeans, rice, cassava and other food crops that they produced in the last growing season.

Make or Break for Title Race

[Times of Zambia]THIS is a weekend of opportunities for the top six teams leading the MTN-FAZ Premier League table as the season enters Week 22.

RTSA Boss ‘Chased’ for Late Coming

[Times of Zambia]HOME Affairs Deputy Minister Nickson Chilangwa has urged border employees to have a new mindset and a positive attitude towards work especially as Zambia prepares to co-host the 20th session of United Nations World Tourism Organisation...

It’s Painful to Service K400 Million Debt – Nevers

[Times of Zambia]MMD president Nevers Mumba has said it is painful for him as new party president to service the K400 million the party owes the Registrar of Societies which had been left to accumulate by his predecessors.

Three Mpulungu Bandits Cornered

[Times of Zambia]THREE out of seven armed robbers on the run after a heist in Mpulungu have been arrested.

VP to Attend Zenawi’s Funeral

[Times of Zambia]Addis Ababa -VICE-PRESIDENT Guy Scott is tomorrow expected in Addis-Ababa to attend the burial of the late Ethiopian Prime Minister, Meles Zenawi.

Massa Doubtful for Zambia

[Observer]Eight days before The Cranes take on Zambia in a 2013 Nations Cup playoff, several starters are yet to arrive but more worryingly, striker Geoffrey Massa is in a race against time to be fit.

Copa Coca-Cola Stars Start Team Building in South Africa

[Times of Zambia]THE Zambia schools team yesterday started the specific team-building programme in South Africa ahead of the Central East and West Africa (CEWA) COPA Coca-Cola Football Stars tournament in Pretoria, South Africa.

Appeal for Laws That Respect Human Rights

[Times of Zambia]MINISTRY of Justice Permanent Secretary Patricia Jere has called for laws that will reflect positively on Zambia's modern environment and commitment to human rights.

Give PF More Time, Says Ex-Freedom Fighter

[Times of Zambia]A FORMER freedom fighter Cuthbert Kolala has appealed to Zambians to give the Patriotic Front (PF) more time to settle in Government so that it can deliver development to the people of Zambia.