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Posts published in “Day: September 21, 2012

Adhere to Guidlines, Investors Urged

[Times of Zambia]COMMERCE, Trade and Industry Deputy Minister Richard Taima has advised investors to adhere to the Investment Protection and Promotion Agreement (IPPA) and should consult the Government for any clarification.

‘Eurobond Essential for Econmic Future’

[Times of Zambia]THE Zambia Consumer Association (ZACA) has said the US$750 million Eurobond is essential for the country's economic future as long as the terms and conditions are favourable.

New Mopani Shaft Project On Track

[Times of Zambia]CONSTRUCTION works of the synclinorium shaft at the cost of US$ 320 million by Mopani Copper Mines (MCM) in Kitwe is on track.

State Funeral for Mama Betty

[Times of Zambia]PRESIDENT Michael Sata has accorded Mama Betty Kaunda a State funeral and declared a three-day period of national mourning in her honour.

World Bank Happy With Zambia’s Eiti Status

[Times of Zambia]THE World Bank has commended Zambia for achieving the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) compliance status and urged the Government to continue strengthening the Extractive Industry.

Sata Unveils K27 Trillion Roads Project

[Times of Zambia]PRESIDENT Michael Sata has launched the K27 trillion roads project dubbed 'Link Zambia-8000' with a stern warning to the Road Development Agency (RDA) against corruption in the engagement of contractors for the road works.

Caps to Sign Zambian Striker

[Zimbabwe Independent]AFTER losing out to rivals Dynamos over striker Simba Sithole, Caps United have set their sights on signing Zambian forward Jeffery Kapelwa, who impressed the technical team during a two-week trial.

Govt, Emco Deal to Address Power Deficit

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has signed an implementation agreement with EMCO Energy Zambia Limited which seeks to address power deficits in Zambia by developing a coal mine in Sinazongwe and building a power station at a cost of about US$1.0 billion.

Lafarge Unveils K260 Million Lusaka Marathon

[Times of Zambia]LAFARGE Cement Zambia Plc yesterday unveiled a K260 million sponsorship package for the inaugural Zambia Amateur Athletics Association (ZAAA) Lusaka marathon billed for November 3.

Why Churches Should Be Audited

[Times of Zambia]GIVEN the call by the President for the Church to engage in the fight against corruption, it is important for the Church to put its house in order.

Woman Denies Chopping Hubby’s Manhood

[Times of Zambia]A KASAMA woman who tried to cut off her husband's manhood after a domestic dispute has found herself in court facing assault charges.

FAZ Writes CAF Over State of Uganda Pitch

[Times of Zambia]THE Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) has written to the Confederation of African Football (CAF) to complain over the poor state of Namboole Stadium in Kampala, the venue for the Chipolopolo's crucial 2013 Africa Cup of Nations (AFC...

Man Held for Breaking Into DHL Offices

[Times of Zambia]Police in Ndola have arrested a man for breaking into DHL offices and stealing property worth millions of Kwacha.

New Kwacha Notes, Coins Images in

[Times of Zambia]THE Bank of Zambia (BoZ) has received images of the new Zambian banknotes and coins from the printers and minters, Central Bank Governor, Michael Gondwe has announced.

K27 Trillion to Link Zambia to Economic Growth

[Times of Zambia]ONE year down the line, the Patriotic Front (PF) Government is certainly on course on its path to fulfilling the vision espoused in the PF manifesto.

UN Courts 120 World Leaders for Debate

[Times of Zambia]OVER 120 world leaders are expected to take part in this year's United Nations (UN) general debate, which takes place from September 25 to October 1, 2012 at the UN headquarters here.

Sata Opens 2nd Session of 11th National Assembly

[Times of Zambia]AS the Patriotic Front (PF) Government celebrates a year in office, President Michael Sata will today open the second session of the 11th National Assembly.

L/Stone Scribes Plant Trees

[Times of Zambia]LIVINGSTONE-based journalists yesterday joined other residents to plant 30 indigenous trees at Livingstone General Hospital.