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Posts published in “Day: February 7, 2013

Timely Warning for Ndola Traders

[Times of Zambia]THE Ndola City Council has given a seven-day ultimatum to business houses operating in substandard and dirty surroundings to clean up or risk having their trading licences withdrawn.

Chibombo Murder – Dad Narrates Ordeal

[Times of Zambia]THE Father of a Chibombo woman who was killed and her body buried in a shallow grave has told the Kabwe High Court that the death of his daughter was still painful and will continue to be so.

‘South Africa Won’t Abandon Trade With Zambia’

[Times of Zambia]SOUTH Africa will not abandon trading with Zambia as it seeks to enter into new business partnerships with China and Brazil, High Commission Political Counsellor Patrick Jacobs has said.

Chirwa Unveils Zambia Railways Revival Plan

[Times of Zambia]THREE-year period is all Zambia Railways Limited (ZRL) managing director Clive Chirwa needs to reconstruct and deliver what looks like a huge dream of a highly-modernised and electrified Zambian railway transport system.

ESSA to Miss ARC Opener in Abidjan

[Times of Zambia]AFRICAN rally champion, Mohammed Essa, has ruled himself out of the Rally Cote d'Ivoire Bandama set for March 1-3 in Abidjan.

Sakeni Backs ACC Over Rupiah Banda Summons

[Times of Zambia]CHIEF Government spokesperson Kennedy Sakeni has maintained that the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) is within the law to summon former Republican President Rupiah Banda for questioning.

We’re Monitoring Floods, Says Kalaba

[Times of Zambia]DEPUTY Minister in the Office of the Vice-President Harry Kalaba has said Government is closely monitoring occurrence of floods in all parts of the country and is prepared to provide support.

CAF Fines Renard U.S.$10 000

[Times of Zambia]THE Confederation of African Football (CAF) has reprimanded Chipolopolo coach Herve Renard, over his comments that the soccer motherbody did not want Zambia to play at the Confederations Cup.

ACCA Challenges Policy Makers

[Times of Zambia]THE Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) has urged policy makers to help the Small and Medium Entrepreneurs (SMEs) to adopt sustainable business practices.

Is Rupiah Banda Hiding Behind Presidential Immunity Clause?

[Times of Zambia]THE decision of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) to summon former Republican president Rupiah Banda for questioning over his alleged involvement in suspected acts of impropriety has once again ignited heated public debate on immuni...

Kabwe Taxi Driver Shot Over Girlfriend

[Times of Zambia]A TAXI driver in Kabwe is battling for his life in hospital after he was shot twice on suspicion that he was flirting with another man's girlfriend.

Kaseba Urges Partnership in Health Provision

[Times of Zambia]FIRST Lady Christine Kaseba has observed that Government needs partnership to provide quality health services to citizens.

Lesotho Wary of ‘Wounded’ Chipolopolo

[Times of Zambia]LESOTHO coach Leslie Notsi says his team is wary of the Chipolopolo backlash when the two teams clash in the FIFA 2014 World Cup qualifiers in Maseru on March 22 before a return fixture two weeks later.

Govt Loses Kr46.7 Million in Shaddy Deals

[Times of Zambia]THE latest Auditor-general (AG)'s report has revealed errors where Government was charged US$8.9 million (KR46.7 million) as penalty in an irregularly awarded contract for the supply of eight fire tenders, of which only two have been s...

Tourism Growth Hurdles Cited

[Times of Zambia]A local think-tank has said the lack of development on tourist sites and review of various institutional and legal frameworks have impeded the tourism a contribution to Zambia's Gross Domestic Product (GDP).

Kascol U.S. Sugarcane Output

[Times of Zambia]KALEYA Small-holder Company Limited (KASCOL) of Mazabuka, Southern Province, has recorded a sugar cane production capacity increase of more than 250 tonnes for the just-ended year 2012, chief executive officer Rarma Varma has said.

Typhoid Breaks Out in Kasama, Mungwi

[Times of Zambia]FOUR cases of typhoid have been recorded in Kasama and Mungwi districts, Northern provincial medical officer Jelita Chinyonga has confirmed.

Islamic Groups Infighting Worries State

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT is closely monitoring activities of the Muslim Fraternity in Zambia following the emergence of two opposing groups which have been claiming overall control of Islamic affairs.