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Posts published in “Day: October 23, 2012

KCM’s Gesture Good

[Times of Zambia]IT is quite elating and gratifying to note that Konkola Copper Mines Plc has come on board and offered to sponsor our national soccer team a training camp in India to prepare for the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations.

PF Govt Working Towards a Better Nation

[Times of Zambia]EVERY Zambian has a right to a happy life, and it is Government responsibility to ensure that no Zambian is denied this right.

Sata Needs Our Support

[Times of Zambia]THE sincerity of President Michael Sata, First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba and ministers in trying to win over investors into Zambia deserves our support.

Tiger Turns Into Pussycat in Zambia

[Namibian]NAMIBIAN heavyweight boxer Boniface ‘Tiger’ Simasiku Matengu chickened out of his international non-title bout with Francis ‘Galagata’ Zulu in Lusaka on Saturday.

Govt Applies for U.S. $215 Million Funds

[EA Business]Dar es Salaam -Tanzania has applied for $215m financing from the World Bank to open-up Dar es Salaam corridor as well as boosting its economy.

Charles Manyuchi Wins in Zambia

[The Herald]ZIMBABWE'S welterweight champion Charles Manyuchi was the only local boxer to emerge victorious as his compatriots came unstuck during a tour of duty in Zambia at the weekend. Manyuchi beat Zambian champion Dyson Mwisa in the fourth round o...

New Kwacha Notes Out November

[Times of Zambia]THE first batch of Zambia's new bank notes is expected in the country late next month, while the cash exchange for the current notes will continue up to December 31, 2015.

Two Cancer Hospital Theft Suspects Plead

[Times of Zambia]TWO of the five Lusaka residents charged with the theft of equipment at Cancer Diseases Hospital yesterday pleaded not guilty to stealing property worth more than K35 million from the Zambia Institute for Diplomatic Studies (ZIDS).

Natsave to Open 2 Branches in N/West

[Times of Zambia]THE National Savings and Credit Bank (NATSAVE) will open two branches in North-Western and Western provinces before the end of this year.

DRC Soldiers Shoot Zambian Fisherman

[Times of Zambia]A ZAMBIAN fisherman has been shot and wounded by Congolese marine officers on Luapula River in Mwense District.

Faulty Emirates Plane Makes Emergency Landing

[Times of Zambia]AN Emirates Airlines plane on Sunday night made an emergency landing at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport shortly after take-off following a technical fault.

‘Scheme Regulations Act Review Complete’

[Times of Zambia]THE Pensions and Insurance Authority (PIA) has finished reviewing the Pensions Scheme Regulation Act and the Insurance Acts.

‘Pave Zambia 2,000’ Road Project Launched

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has embarked on 'Pave Zambia 2000', an ambitious programme with an initial capital of K150 billion, meant to develop township roads countrywide.

‘Cruel’ Manager Finally Deported

[Times of Zambia]EMBATTLED Innscor Zambia operations director, Jane Sharamanga, who had allegedly been evading officers from the Immigration Department, is finally set for deportation today after presenting herself to the Ministry of Home Affairs yeste...

‘Social Protection Schemes Vital’

[Times of Zambia]THE Government attaches great importance to the provision of social protection programmes and policies.

New Lusaka Stadium to Be Done By Sept 2013

[Times of Zambia]SHANGHAI Construction Group, contractors of the $94 million New Lusaka Stadium, has said the ultra-modern arena would be completed by September next year, four months earlier before the initial completion date.

Ndola Man Appears At ‘Own Funeral’

[Times of Zambia]A NDOLA family on Saturday buried a man whom they mistakenly thought was their relative who had disappeared from home for a long time.

‘Fuel Contamination Costing OMCs’

[Times of Zambia]ENERGY and Water Development Minister Yamfwa Mukanga has said the contamination of fuel is costing Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs) and motorists millions of Kwacha and negatively affecting the fuel business in the country.

‘Dorcas Medical Mission Services Timely’

[Times of Zambia]A CONSORTIUM of more than 30 volunteers from Dorcas Medical Mission of United States of America was last week in Zambia to provide free medical, surgical, dental services and other health matters awareness on a five-day mission.