[Times of Zambia]KITWE residents were during this year's valentine's day given a rare 'treat' at Hotel Edinburgh which offered a scrumptious four-course menu and contemporary music for love birds.
Posts published in “Day: February 17, 2013”
[Times of Zambia]THE Air Power Band, one of the oldest bands in Zambia has announced that it will release an album at the end of the year.
[Times of Zambia]THE album "Infintu Lesa Amfumyamo" revolves around contemporary realities confronting society today.
[Times of Zambia]THE Ndola City Council is pursuing a truck driver and a private firm for dumping solid waste in an undesignated area.
[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has signed contracts with two Zambian companies to construct a modern market and an international bus terminus in Livingstone at a cost of KR70 million (K70 billion).
[Times of Zambia]THE negative perception of people living with disabilities is now changing, Livingstone Network of People Living with Disability chairperson George Mizinga has said.
[Times of Zambia]DO we all know the value of water to our well-being? They say water is life, indeed it is. Over 70 per cent of our body weight is water.
[Times of Zambia]VICE-PRESIDENT Guy Scott is saddened by the current inefficient operations of the Zambia Wildlife Authority (ZAWA).
[Times of Zambia]WITH cancer, time is of essence. Therefore, it goes without say that, just as is the case with other medical conditions, early diagnosis is very critical for the success rate of treatment.
[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has described the death of Chief Chikupili, 93, of Mkushi District as a loss to the nation.
[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA has scooped a prize as the most promising new destination at the prestigious Outbound Travel Market (OTM) Fair in Mumbai, India.
[Times of Zambia]IT will be a mark of a maturing democracy in Zambia if the peaceful atmosphere in Mpongwe and Livingstone continues as the electorate in the two constituencies cast their votes in the February 28 by-elections.
[Zambia Reports]The United Nations (UN) has urged government not to do away with projects that have benefited Zambians on account of political expediency.
[Times of Zambia]WHEN curtains closed on Zambia's once glamour band, the Mosi Oa Tunya, it was not all lost for founder members such as Brian Chengala.
[Zambia Reports]President Michael Sata is said to be happy with PF aligned NGOs like Transparency International Zambia calling for the removal of former president Rupiah Banda's immunity but are keeping a blind eye to the corruption involving his minis...
[Times of Zambia]SILENT No More, a faith-based organisation formed to uphold morality is concerned with the current debate on fake condoms.
[Zambia Reports]After the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations disappointment settles in, Zambian fans will shift their continental attention to club soccer where champions Zanaco and Power Dynamos begin their battle for glory this weekend.
[Zambia Reports]The PF government has finally admitted the mismanagement of the agriculture sector and are now bracing themselves for the looming hunger.
[ACNS]Anglicans from four countries meet to discuss how to help communities address gender-based violence.