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Posts published in “Day: November 14, 2012

Diggers to Host Ko Cup Final

[Times of Zambia]DIGGERS Rugby Club in Kitwe will host the 2012 Knock-Out Cup final between 'Men at Work' Diggers and 'Powerhouse' Lusaka which signals the end of the 2012 Buildcon-Zambia Rugby Football Union (ZRFU) season.

Sata Appoints Masumba North-West Minister

[Times of Zambia]PRESIDENT Michael Sata has appointed Patriotic Front's latest Member of Parliament (MP), Steven Masumba as North-Western Province Minister.

Pamodzi Hotel Bosses Deported

[Times of Zambia]TAJ Pamodzi Hotel general manager Samrat Datta and chief executive, Hrudananda Behera, have been deported along with their families.

ZOC Officials Inspect Facilities

[Times of Zambia]OFFICIALS from the Supreme Council for Sports in Africa (SCSA) Zonal Organising Committee (ZOC) are in the country for the final inspections of the facilities to be used during December Games.

I Live in Fear of Being Raped – Nawakwi

[Times of Zambia]FORUM for Democracy and Development (FDD) president, Edith Nawakwi, has testified in court that she has been living in fear ever since remarks of "gang raping" her were allegedly made by the former UPND national youth chairperson, Joe ...

Veep Assures Prisoners of Safety

[Times of Zambia]THE Government will ensure human rights are observed for prisoners by providing them with a decent and dignified environment, Vice-President Guy Scott has said.

Kalusha Bwalya Honoured

[Times of Zambia]FOOTBALL Association of Zambia (FAZ) president Kalusha Bwalya has been honoured with a Medal of Honour award by the Supreme Council for Sport in Africa (SCSA).

Govt to Redress Maternal Deaths

[Times of Zambia]FOUR hundred and fifty nine pregnant women died of maternal complications between January 2010 and December last year, Community Development, Mother and Child Health Deputy Minister Jean Kapata has said.

Govt to Halt Labour Export

[Observer]The chairperson of the anti-human trafficking taskforce, Eunice Kisembo, says the government will halt all labour export, as they ascertain which firms are genuine, and hence weed out human traffickers.

New Strategies to Battle Malaria

[The Star]Malaria kills 1.2 million people each year, according to new research and published in the British medical journal the Lancet in February 2012. This is more than twice as many deaths as reported by the World Malaria Report published in 2011.