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Posts published in “Day: November 13, 2012

Tracing Zwangedaba Roots

[Times of Zambia]Many may regard Nakonde as a getaway from Zambia to Tanzania or the second important border post in terms of revenue collection for the Zambia Revenue Authority after Chirundu on the border with Zimbabwe.

Three Members of Same Family Convicted for Murder

[Times of Zambia]THE Kabwe High Court has sentenced a business executive and his 18-year-old son to 15 years imprisonment with hard labour for murder while his 16-year-old son has been sent to Katombora reformatory over the same offence.

Lusaka Lawyer Mosho in Court for Theft By Agent, Money Laundering

[Times of Zambia]LEWIS Chisanga Mosho, a Lusaka lawyer who was apprehended by the Drug Enforcement Commission (DEC) last week, yesterday appeared in the Lusaka Magistrate's Court on charges of theft by agent and money laundering involving over K1.5 bil...

Chinese Boss Acquitted in Worker’s Ear Slicing Case

[Times of Zambia]LUSAKA Principal Magistrate Aridah Chuulu has acquitted a Chinese national who allegedly sliced his worker's ear but warned him against taking advantage of casual workers.

Tshisenda Border Post to Reopen

[Times of Zambia]HOME Affairs Deputy Minister Steven Kapyongo has directed that Tshisenda Border Post which links Zambia and Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) through Chingola be reopened.

Chipolopolo Reload for Bafana

[Times of Zambia]WITH an eye on retaining the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) title next year, champions, Zambia kicked off preparations in earnest yesterday with the first task assigned to claim the scalp of 2013 AFCON hosts, South Africa in tomorrow's ...

State, Church Link Vital for Zambia

[Times of Zambia]THE Government has demonstrated tolerance and magnanimity by revoking the deportation of Lundazi Catholic Parish Priest Father Viateur Banyangadora, who was ushered out of the country about three months ago.

Construction of $U.S 650 Million Maamba Power Station Starts

[Times of Zambia]THE construction of an electricity transmission line from the US$650 million Maamba thermal power station to Muzuma sub-station has started following the Energy Regulation Board (ERB) granting of regulatory consent.

Celtic Demands Stiffer Punishment for Clubs Missing Games

[Times of Zambia]BITTER MTN-FAZ Division-One South side Kafue Celtic has reacted angrily on missing out on promotion to the elite league and has demanded that clubs failing to fulfil league fixtures should be given heavy punishment in order to help pro...

State Launches Tourism Policy

[Times of Zambia]THE Government has launched a process which will lead to the creation of a new comprehensive tourism policy.

Mwanalushi Urges Partnership Between Industry, Universities

[Times of Zambia]COPPERBELT University (CBU) Chancellor Muyunda Mwanalushi has said universities should run programmes that are relevant to the country's needs and facilitate students' employment upon graduation.

State Nods Solar Farms

[Times of Zambia]THE Government has approved the construction of solar farms to produce electricity using solar energy which will be connected to the national electricity grid as a way of addressing Zambia's electricity deficit.

I’ M a Free Man, Says Chilufya

[Times of Zambia]SUSPENDED National Olympic Committee (NOC) board member, Chenda Chilufya has accepted his two-year ban from all sports activities in Zambia and is now ready to move on in life.

Comesa Tool Kit to Train 2,500 SMEs

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA-COMESA SME Tool Kit in partnership with Zanaco and Barclays Bank Zambia will train more than 2,500 Small and Medium Entrepreneurs (SME)s in financial management by the end of the year.

National Airline Welcome

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA has never had a national airline for more than a decade now and this has given advantage to foreign airlines.