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Posts published in “Day: January 28, 2013

U.S. Honours Mwamba

[Times of Zambia]THE United States of America (US) Embassy has honoured Western Province Permanent Secretary Emmanuel Mwamba with a certificate of appreciation for his leadership role.

MMD Intact, Says Mumba

[Times of Zambia]MMD president Nevers Mumba has said the MMD is intact and that those fanning confusion in the former ruling party are wasting their time.

Sunzu, Musonda Back in Training

[Times of Zambia]Nelspruit -CHIPOLOPOLO coach Herve Renard yesterday got a major boost for his push for an Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) quarter-final place following the return to training of defence kingpin Stoppila Sunzu and Joseph Musonda.

Kagem to Double Emeralds Production

[Times of Zambia]KAGEM Mining Limited is set to double production capacity of emeralds to five million carats per month in the next five years, when it injects an additional US$100 million in its operations this year.

SIM Card Registration – ZICTA Explains Its Importance

[Times of Zambia]COMMUNICATION plays a pivotal role in the socio-economic development of any country because it integrates society where people and resources are able to meet their potential.

Chipolopolo to Bag Kr126,000

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIAN players will each receive US$23,750 (KR126,000) if they beat Burkina Faso in tomorrow's last Group C match and qualify for the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) quarter-finals.

Court Told How Girl (13) Was Defiled, Murdered

[Times of Zambia]A WITNESS in a matter in which a 42-year-old peasant farmer in Chibombo is alleged to have defiled and strangled a 13-year-old girl has testified that the accused person's private parts were bruised on the day of the incident.

More DRC Refugees Enter Zambia

[Times of Zambia]THE influx of refugees from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has continued, prompting the Zambian Government to dispatch more officers to assess the situation.

Take Advantage of UNWTO, Wina Tells Women

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has urged women to consider showcasing their artefacts and other merchandise during the August 2013 United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) general assembly in Livingstone.

Muchinga Debates First Draft Constitution

[Times of Zambia]THE United Nations (UN) quips that a Constitution is the highest law of the land that provides a strong foundation for a State based on the rule of law.

Govt Cracks Down On Freedoms

[OSISA]Opposition leaders arrested, youth meetings banned, political rallies blocked by riot police, allegations of judicial interference and ministerial corruption, smear campaigns in government media and threats and lawsuits against journalists are not part of the image most people have of Zambia, supposedly one of Africa's most peaceful democracies, writes Louise Redvers in the Mail & Guardian newspaper.

I Want Togo in Quarters – Beaumelle

[Times of Zambia]Nelspruit -ZAMBIA soccer team assistant coach Patrice Beaumelle says he would prefer the Chipolopolo face Togo in the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) quarter-finals.

Africa Must Prosper

[Times of Zambia]AFRICA must cleanse itself of armed conflict and instead concentrate on establishing a sustainable development agenda viable enough to rid the continent of abject poverty and disease.

UCZ Calls for Firm Family Ties

[Times of Zambia]THE United Church of Zambia (UCZ) has called for preservation of strong family values for the church and the country at large to remain united and free from serious ills such as defilement and murder.

Estates Key to Housing Crisis

[Times of Zambia]WITH the advent of rapid urbanisation, Lusaka has had a perennial shortage of what may be referred to as decent accommodation.

Coaches Body Scouts for U.S.$89,000

[Times of Zambia]THE Zambia Football Coaches Association (ZAFCA) has appealed to the corporate world to help it raise US$89,000 to charter a plane to ferry fans to South Africa.

‘Speed Up Judicial Reforms’

[Times of Zambia]THE Catholic Church has urged Government to expedite implementation of reforms in the Judiciary.

FQM to Construct U.S.$230 Million Power Line

[Times of Zambia]FIRST Quantum Minerals Limited (FQM) will this year start constructing a US$230 million (KR1.22 billion) power line from Lusaka to Solwezi in North-Western Province for its latest mine, Sentinel at Kalumbila.