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Posts published in “Day: September 5, 2012

Luapula Man Nabbed for Killing Kids

[Times of Zambia]Kanjela -POLICE have arrested a Luapula man for causing the death of his two children aged eight and six after setting the house they were in on fire.

Attract Local Tourists, ZTB Challenged

[Times of Zambia]LILAYI Lodge general manager Drevov Rarsbeck has challenged the Zambia Tourism Board (ZTB) to mount promotional campaigns aimed at attracting local tourists in the country.

Electricity Tariffs Hike – Debate Rages On

[Times of Zambia]ZESCO has applied to the Energy Regulation Board (ERB) to hike electricity tariffs with effect from November 1 2012 and is taking advantage of any sizeable audience to justify its proposed move.

Bharti Airtel, Sanlam Agree On Cooperation

[Times of Zambia]BHARTI Airtel, the owners of Airtel Zambia has signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Sanlam, a leading South African financial services group for the distribution of insurance and health funding products.

Eco Bank to Support SMEs

[Times of Zambia]ECO BANK Zambia has pledged to support the Government's initiatives to develop the Small and Medium Scale Entrepreneurs (SMEs) to enable them contribute to the growth of Zambia's economy.

Chambishi Cops Must Go – Musenge

[Times of Zambia]COPPERBELT Province Minister Mwenya Musenge has demanded that all police officers at Chambishi police station be removed and be taken elsewhere.

Women Chess Team Wins, Men Tumble

[Times of Zambia]THE Zambia Chess women team beat Kenya 3-1 during the round six games of the 40th edition of the 2102 World Chess Olympiad to move up to 9.5 points as the men's team tumbled at the hands of Indonesia 3-1.

UNZA Radio Faces Closure

[Times of Zambia]Malupenga -INFORMATION and Broadcasting Services Permanent Secretary, Amos Malupenga has warned UNZA Radio management that his Ministry will close the station if it continues to violate license provisions.

New Mazda – It’s More Than Just a Pick Up

[Times of Zambia]PILATUS Zambia has launched the new BT-50.Its breakthrough into an entirely new world of uncompromisingly rugged pick up utility along with the styling, performance and comfort of a premium passenger car.

Phiri in Third Place Finish

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA's 100 metres record holder, Gerald Phiri on Sunday put up another scintillating run to finish third at the 26th edition of the International Meeting in Padua, Italy.

Protect Nation, Commandos Urged

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA Army Deputy Commander and Chief of Staff, Topply Lubaya has implored the Army Special Forces (Commandos) to always remain high value assets at strategic levels in the country.

Under-17 Girls Win

[Times of Zambia]THE Zambia girls soccer team's preparations for the Supreme Council for Sport in Africa (SCSA) Zone Six Youth Games, started on a sound note following the team's narrowly win over the 2012 FIFA Women Under-17 World Cup hosts Azerbaijan.

Chipolopolo Preparations Boosted

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA'S preparations for the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifier against Uganda got into full swing yesterday with almost a full house of the Chipolopolo squad taking part in rigorous training sessions at the Levy Mwanawasa S...

Tonga Group Slammed Over ‘War’ Threats

[Times of Zambia]INDIVIDUALS and organisations from a cross section of society have roundly condemned the covert group dubbed 'Tongas Under Oath' for waging 'war' to drive all Bembas out of Southern Province.

RTSA Director Fired

[Times of Zambia]ROAD Transport and Safety Agency (RTSA) director, Fredrick Mwalusaka and deputy director in charge of Transport, Robert Mtonga have been fired.

ACC Probes Indeni

[Times of Zambia]THE Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has instituted investigations into suspected corrupt practices and abuse of authority of office involving some officials at Indeni Oil Refinery in Ndola.