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Posts published in “Day: April 10, 2013

My Trial Is a Sham, Says Rupiah Banda

[Zambia Reports]Fourth republican president Rupiah Banda now believes his whole trial in the Lusaka magistrates court is nothing but a sham.

UNCTAD Job – Sata Lobbies for Mutati

[Times of Zambia]PRESIDENT Michael Sata yesterday urged countries that attended the Boao Forum for Africa summit to support former Zambian Commerce minister Felix Mutati as the next secretary general (SG) of the Geneva-based UN Conference on Trade and ...

Mansa PF Advises Members Against Violence

[Times of Zambia]MANSA Central Constituency Patriotic Front (PF) chairperson Steven Chenda has urged party members in the constituency to desist from engaging in any form of violence with other political party cadres during and after the forthcoming lo...

Mushota’s Return Boosts Zanaco

[Times of Zambia]DEFENDING champions Zanaco have been boosted by the return to action of defender Kunda Mushota ahead of this weekend's Orange CAF Champions League first round, return leg match against South Africa's Orlando Pirates in Johannesburg.

UNWTO Preps Receive Boost

[Times of Zambia]PREPARATIONS to host the 20th United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) General Assembly this year in August, have continued to receive dynamic support from both Government and the private sector.

Football Indaba to Tackle Challenges

[Times of Zambia]JUST two months after the Chipolopolo surrendered the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) title without putting up a real fight, the Zambian football family converges in Kabwe this morning hoping to get some light as to what really went wron...

Comply With Govt Directive, Gemstone Dealers Told

[Times of Zambia]THE Mineworkers Union of Zambia (MUZ) has said mining firms should comply with the Government's directive that auctioning of emeralds and gemstones be done in Zambia.

Shoprite Appeals Against Kitwe High Court Ruling

[Times of Zambia]SHOPRITE Holdings Limited has appealed in the Supreme Court against a Kitwe High Court ruling in which Judge Isaac Chali has halted the court proceedings in which Lusaka lawyer Lewis Mosho is facing charges of money laundering.

Let’s Adopt Culturally Sensitive Housing Concepts

[Times of Zambia]IN his article 'What is wrong with the city of Lusaka' architect Paul Makasa stated that Professor Adshead, the man responsible for the initial Lusaka town plan, was quoted by L H Gann as having declared his planning philosophy for Lus...

Govt Steps Up Fight Against Malnutrition

[Times of Zambia]A COUPLE of months ago I was stunned to be told that a child in Nampundwe area in Mumbwa District had died of malnutrition.

230 Katete Rioters Charged

[Times of Zambia]POLICE in Katete District have formally charged 230 people who last week looted shops and damaged property as they protested against the recent murder of a Grade 12 pupil of Katete Day Secondary School.

Sata’s China Visit Significant

[Times of Zambia]THE Patriotic Front (PF) Government has set itself the lofty goal of attracting foreign direct investment necessary to keep the economy buoyant.

Nkana 3 Points Atop

[Times of Zambia]NKANA Football Club yesterday went three points clear on top of the 2013 MTN Premier Division League table after handing old foes, Kalulushi Modern Stars their first loss of the season in Kitwe.

State Warns Firms Flouting Labour Laws

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has warned companies in the habit of flouting labour laws that they risk having their work operating licences revoked.

Reduced Strikes Elate Shamenda

[Times of Zambia]LABOUR Minister Fackson Shamenda has said cases of industrial unrest by workers in Zambia have reduced significantly since the Patriotic Front took over Government.

Africa Needs Support, Says Sata

[Times of Zambia]Boao -AFRICAN countries want to rise above their challenges and need international support to boost development, President Michael Sata has said.

Lit Streets Beneficial

[Times of Zambia]RESIDENTS of Lusaka's Chalala have a good reason for asking the Lusaka City Council (LCC) to electrify their streets. This precisely because of the rising security concerns in this relatively new residential area.

Anglo-American to Start North-West Explorations

[Times of Zambia]Anglo-AMERICAN, one of the world's largest mining firms focusing on platinum group metals, diamonds, copper, nickel, iron ore, metallurgical and thermal coal will next month start large-scale exploration works in North-Western Province.