[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA Cricket Union (ZCU) president Reuben Chama has said the union will this year focus on youth development programmes as its strives to build on a successful 2012 campaign.
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[Times of Zambia]THE International Finance Development Corporation (IFDC) has signed a US$400-million investment deal with a local firm for the development of the greenfield copper and emerald mines which will create 6,000 jobs on Copperbelt.
[Times of Zambia]PRESIDENT Michael Sata has pledged to continue working hard to better the lives of Zambians after a successful 2012.
[Times of Zambia]THE Government has secured about 4,000 hectares of land for the establishment of a Multi-facility Economic Zone (MFEZ) in Chembe District in Luapula Province.
[Times of Zambia]TWO Lusaka school boys who are allegedly behind the gruesome murder and defacing of a Lusaka taxi driver have appeared for mention in a magistrate court.
[Times of Zambia]CHIEFTAINESS Malembeka of Mpongwe District has urged political parties to show maturity during the campaign in the Mpongwe Parliamentary by-election on February 28, this year.
[Times of Zambia]AFTER resting on New Year's Day, African football champions, Zambia resume the final phase of intensive preparations for the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) in South Africa today with defender Emmanuel Mbola joining the squad.
[Times of Zambia]PROMOTED MTN-FAZ Premier Division League side, Kabwe Warriors has accused Power Dynamos of tapping up their prized captain Rodrick Kabwe.
[Times of Zambia]PRESIDENT Michael Sata yesterday led hundreds of mourners who witnessed the burial of former Chifubu Member of Parliament and Ndola Mayor Chibwe Mulenga who died after a long battle with diabetes last Friday.
[Times of Zambia]MAJOR township road rehabilitation in Kitwe and Ndola will start at the end of this month after two consultancy firms were awarded contracts to commence implementing the projects.
[Times of Zambia]THE rebased Zambian currency was yesterday unveiled with Government warning against hiking prices of goods and services.
[CPJ]Nairobi -The Committee to Protect Journalists calls on authorities in Zambia to thoroughly investigate accusations that a well-known rhumba musician attacked a freelance photographer on Friday at a concert in Lusaka, the capital.