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Posts published in “Day: November 26, 2012

Spell Out Competition Commission’s Role -UNCTAD

[Times of Zambia]THE United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) has urged the Ministry of Commerce, Trade and Industry to clearly spell out the role of the Competition Commission in the rules it is working out for the Competition Consu...

Zambia’s Future Bright, Says Finnish Envoy

[Times of Zambia]FINLAND Ambassador to Zambia Pertti Anttinen has said Zambia's future in mining and other sectors of the economy is bright for as long as the Government continues to implement long-term policies to sustain Foreign Direct Investments (F...

Uphold Family Values, Urges Kabimba

[Times of Zambia]JUSTICE Minister Wynter Kabimba has implored couples to uphold family values and contribute to the country's development.

Gastronomy Closes Independence Day Programme in Zambia

[ANGOP]Lusaka -An exhibition and tasting of Angolan food closed on Friday in Lusaka city the programme of the embassy of Angola in Zambia, under the celebrations of the 37th anniversary of the national independence day, marked on 11 November.

Gastronomy Closes Independence Day Programme in Zambia

[ANGOP]Lusaka -An exhibition and tasting of Angolan food closed on Friday in Lusaka city the programme of the embassy of Angola in Zambia, under the celebrations of the 37th anniversary of the national independence day, marked on 11 November.

‘We Will Address Influx of Congolese Refugees’

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA is on high alert to address the influx of refugees fleeing renewed clashes between Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) Government forces and the M23 rebels, Home Affairs Minister Edgar Lungu has said.

Man Caught Defiling Girl Killed

[Times of Zambia]A MOB in Mkushi District beat to death a 45-year-old farm worker who was found defiling a four-year-old girl on Saturday.

Afrisports Boss Hails Sunzu, Kalaba Nomination

[Times of Zambia]THE nomination of Rainford Kalaba and Stopilla Sunzu for the Confederation of African Football (CAF)'s best player of the year award based in Africa, has elated Kitwe side Afrisports, who groomed both players from the amateur ranks to ...

Golf Union Talks Tough

[Times of Zambia]THE Zambia Golf Union (ZGU) council yesterday unanimously resolved to start punishing clubs that stage parallel events when there is a sanctioned union tournament, slapping a K2 million fine to the defaulters.

Autoridade Scoops Zone Six Volleyball Championship

[Times of Zambia]AUTORIDADE Tribatania of Mozambique emerged champions of the 2012 Zone Six Volleyball Club Championship after beating arch rivals Red Skins of Lesotho 2-1 in a keenly contested final played at the Olympic Youth Development Centre in Lu...

Thomas Among Top Chess Brains

[Times of Zambia]SENSATIONAL 12-year-old chess genius Jonathan Thomas yesterday proved he belonged to the top drawer after sharing a four-way tie at the top of a field of more than 200 players taking part in the Zambia Under-20 Chess Championship at Le...

NAPSA Stars to Float Shares On Lusaka Stock Exchange

[Times of Zambia]THE National Pensions Scheme Authority (NASPA) is considering floating shares of the NAPSA Stars Football Club on the Lusaka Stock Exchange (LuSE) to allow the business community take part in sustaining the club.

Kalenga Fetes Visually Impaired Athletes

[Times of Zambia]SPORTS Council of Zambia (SCZ) vice-chairperson Mwamba Kalenga at the weekend hosted a luncheon for visually impaired athletes as a way of encouraging them ahead of the Supreme Council for Sports in Africa (SCSA) Zone Six Youth Games s...

Five Zambians Die in Zim Crash

[Times of Zambia]FIVE Zambians have died while several other passengers sustained serious injuries in a road traffic accident in Zimbabwe.

K1 Billion Spent On Rupiah Banda’s House Rentals

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has spent about K1 billion on rentals for former Republican President Rupiah Banda's residence, Finance Deputy Minister Miles Sampa has said.

Camfed Project to Support Schools With 350 Million Books

[Daily News]SOME 193 secondary schools in ten districts countrywide, will receive textbooks worth 350 million, thanks to a nongovernmental organization (NGO), Campaign for Female Education (CAMFED).

Arusha Hosts VAT Forum

[Daily News]FIFTEEN African Countries are expected to hold a two-day Annual Conference in Arusha from Wednesday to discuss how best to solve Value Added Tax (VAT) technical and administrative problems.

Ngoga Calls On Zambia to Extradite Genocide Fugitives

[New Times]Prosecutor General, Martin Ngoga, says the Zambian government's response to a request by Rwanda to extradite Genocide suspects living in the Southern African nation is "simplistic" as it does not consider the gravity of the crime committed.