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Posts published in “Day: October 26, 2012

Airpower Continues Mesmerising

[Times of Zambia]THE Air Power Band, one of Zambia's oldest bands, has continued to wow audiences at Kalahari pub in Lusaka.

Kk Dedicates Golf Tourney to Mama Betty

[Times of Zambia]FIRST Zambia President Kenneth Kaunda has dedicated the inaugural Kenneth Kaunda Children of Africa Foundation (KKCAF) fundraising golf tournament set for the Lusaka Golf Club next Thursday, November 1, to his late wife, Mama Betty.

I’m Not Part of Zam Graft Allegations, Says Hamukale

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA Music Copyright Society (Zamcorps) chairperson Edify Hamukale has distanced himself from the alleged corruption scandal that has rocked the Zambia Association of Musicians (ZAM).

Sata Salutes Patriotic Leaders

[Times of Zambia]PRESIDENT Michael Sata has commended some patriotic leaders within the opposition for taking time to be part of this year's Independence Day celebrations despite calls from MMD and United Party for Nationall Development (UPND) leaders ...

Jerabos Go On Rampage

[Times of Zambia]ILLEGAL copper dealers commonly known as 'Jerabos', on Wednesday went on rampage in Kitwe as they drove in a convoy beating up other motorists.

I Will Cooperate With ACC, Says Kabimba

[Times of Zambia]JUSTICE Minister, Wynter Kabimba, says he will cooperate with the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) to prove that there are no sacred cows in the corruption fight by the Patriotic Front (PF) Government.

Govt Ready to Empower Youths-Kambwili

[Times of Zambia]THE Government will ensure that youths countrywide are empowered with the necessary skills required for development.

Ghettolink Pledges Bigger, Better Come-Back

[Times of Zambia]FAILURE by Ghettolink member, DLeo, to recall when the group unleashed its debut album is an indication that the 100 per cent crew has been on a hiatus for too long.

Veep Bemoans Lack of Local Industry Support

[Times of Zambia]VICE-PRESIDENT Guy Scott says it is unfortunate that Zambians are creating employment for other countries by buying foreign goods at the expense of locally-manufactured products.

Inflation Hits 6.8 Percent

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA's inflation rate has increased by 0.2 percentage points from 6.6 per cent recorded in September 2012, to 6.8 per cent this month.

L/Stone Grade 10 Pupil Electrocuted

[Times of Zambia]A GRADE 10 pupil at Hillcrest Technical High School in Livingstone has been electrocuted, while picking mangoes.

Mwale Ordered for My Arrest, Witness Tells Court

[Times of Zambia]A WITNESS yesterday testified that former Mines Minister Maxwell Mwale ordered for his arrest for investigating the controversy surrounding the mining licence between Zhongui International Mining Industry Group Limited and Alliance Res...

We Can Defend Cup – Kk

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA's first President, Kenneth Kaunda has said the Chipolopolo stands a good chance to defend the Africa Cup title in South Africa next year.

2 Die After Falling Off Moving Truck

[Times of Zambia]TWO men have died after falling off a moving truck which was carrying Food Reserve Agency (FRA) maize in Chongwe District.

Sport On – Let’s Support Minor Sports

[Times of Zambia]I WOULD like to divert my thoughts briefly from soccer and congratulate Edgar Kazembe for winning the 2012 Zambia Tennis Open Championship and Catherine Phiri for lifting the World Professional Boxing Federation (WPBF) Bantamweight title.

Mambwe Clan Asks State to Rule Over Zombe Chieftaincy

[Times of Zambia]THE Mambwe-speaking clan, accused of trying to dethrone Chief Zombe, has asked for Government intervention to determine the rightful heir to the chieftaincy.

Pistol Better Than Jk 1

[Times of Zambia]WHEN he launched his first album at Mumana Pleasure Resort in Lusaka over a decade ago, there was a huge traffic leading to the entrance of the resort while the place was jam-packed, prompting many revellers to leave without watching t...

Cop Nabbed for Aiding Prisoners to Escape

[Times of Zambia]A POLICE officer from Vubwi District in Eastern Province has been arrested for allegedly aiding five suspects to escape from Namuseche Prison in Chipata.