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Posts published in “Day: October 8, 2012

Full House – Foreign-Based Stars Here Ahead of Uganda V Zambia

[New Vision]Bobby Williamson will be in position to fully assess Cranes' match-winning strategy for this weekend's decisive Nations Cup qualifier against Zambia following the arrival of virtually the entire foreign-based legion of stars.

Cranes V Zambia Tickets Go On Sale

[New Vision]LOCAL soccer governing body FUFA is doing everything within its means to ensure smooth ticket sales for this weekend's encounter.

Include Braille Features On New Bank Notes, BOZ Urged

[Times of Zambia]AS Zambia prepares to rebase the Kwacha, the visually impaired in Northern Province have appealed to the Bank of Zambia to consider including Braille features on the new bank notes that will make it easier for the blind to identify.

Simuusa Lobbies for Teachers’ Land

[Times of Zambia]LANDS Minister Wylbur Simuusa has asked various councils in the country to empower teachers with land.

New Kwacha Can Strengthen Economy

[Times of Zambia]PROMINENT economists and other commentators have gestured as positive high-point the calculation taken by the ruling Patriotic Front (PF) Government to re-introduce coin money as legal tender next year.

Zambezi Women’s Group to Utilise UNWTO

[Times of Zambia]A WOMEN entrepreneur organisation in Zambezi District will take advantage of the United Nations World Tourism Organisation Conference (UNWTO) to market their handcraft products to the delegates.

6-Year-Old Girl Narrates Defilement Ordeal

[Times of Zambia]A SIX-YEAR-OLD girl of Chibombo has narrated before Kabwe Principal Resident Magistrate John Mbuzi how an 18-year-old boy had carnal knowledge of her after dragging her in a nearby bush.

Hostels Board to Refurbish All Lodges

[Times of Zambia]THE Hostels Board has embarked on a multi billion Kwacha refurbishing programme for all its lodges throughout the country to upgrade them to higher hospitality standards.

Over 300 Cancer Patients’ Lives Remain in Danger

[Times of Zambia]THE lives of more than 300 cancer patients listed for routine checks at the Cancer Hospital in Lusaka remain in danger as they have not received their therapy for the past four days following last week's theft of computers and various ...

PF Adopts Masumba for Mufumbwe

[Times of Zambia]THE Patriotic Front (PF) has adopted former MMD Mufumbwe Member of Parliament (MP) Steven Masumba as its candidate for the parliamentary by-election slated for November 8, 2012.

Help Fight Graft, Kapeya Urges Church

[Times of Zambia]DEPUTY Minister of Information and Broadcasting Services Mwansa Kapeya has urged the Church to help Government fight corruption because it is a sin to both humanity and God.

Shanabwato’s Mr Matero

[Times of Zambia]VETERAN bodybuilder Nduba Shanabwato at the weekend dethroned Emmanuel Mwale as Mr Matero after out muscling 30 contestants to win the contest that was held at the Pamodzi Hotel in Lusaka.

Step Down, Church Tells GBM, Kabimba

[Times of Zambia]THE Evangelical Fellowship of Zambia has appealed to Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba and Defence Minister Geoffrey Mwamba to step down following revelations linking the two to alleged corrupt activities.

Save the Children Out to Rescue Lufwanyama Kids

[Times of Zambia]LUFWANYAMA is a large rural out-post in the Northern region of the country and shares its boundaries with Mpongwe and Masaiti districts in what is known as Ndola Rural of the Copperbelt Province.

Energy Permanent Secretary Happy With Ndola Power Plant

[Times of Zambia]MINISTRY of Energy Permanent Secretary George Zulu has expressed happiness that the construction of the US$ 60 million Zambia's Heavy Fuel Oil (HFO) electricity power station which has commenced in Ndola will be producing 50 mega watts...

ZCSMBA, Finland Seal Agro Deal

[Times of Zambia]THE Zambia Chamber of Small and Medium Business Associations (ZCSMBA) and the Finnish Embassy in Zambia have sealed a deal which will culminate into the formation of the Rural Agro-Enterprise Export Project (REAP).

First Lady Calls for Improved GBV Fight

[Times of Zambia]FIRST-LADY Christine Kaseba has implored the Church to find new ways of fighting social vices such as gender-based violence (GBV) and child abuse, currently on the rise in the nation.

What Will Stop Those Defilers?

[Times of Zambia]SOMETHING has terribly gone wrong with our society in as far as morals are concerned because no day passes without a news item that a minor has been defiled.