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Posts published in “Day: April 15, 2013

Man Sued for Trying to Rape Step-Daughter

[Times of Zambia]A LUSAKA man has lost his marriage after he attempted to defile his 16-year-old step-daughter on grounds that his wife denied him conjugal rights.

Traders Comply With Mealie-Meal Directive

[Times of Zambia]TRADERS at Kasumbalesa border post have complied with the Government's directive to stop hoarding mealie-meal and start selling from the shops.

‘Zambia’s Economic Gains Should Trickle Down’

[Times of Zambia]UNITED Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) deputy executive director Geeta Gupta has said there is need for the benefits of economic growth the country is currently experiencing to trickle down to everyone.

Ndola Urban Road Repairs On

[Times of Zambia]THE road rehabilitation works which were abandoned last year following the withdrawal of the contract from Frateli Locci Construction Company in Ndola have started under a new contractor Gomes Haulage Limited.

MPs Should Mind Their Behaviour

[Times of Zambia]THE behaviour of certain members of our National Assembly, reported on the television broadcast on March 15, 2013 revealed a totally unacceptable and disgraceful conduct for which there can be no excuse whatsoever.

Mutinta Right to Work With State, Says Siamunene

[Times of Zambia]A UNITED Party for National Development (UPND) Member of Parliament (MP) has said there is nothing wrong with his Pemba counterpart, Mutinta Mazoka's decision to work with the Government for development purposes.

15 Charcoal Burners Nabbed

[Times of Zambia]THE Forestry Department yesterday swung into action detaining 15 illegal charcoal dealers and confiscating 15 bicycles and 50 bags of the contraband to curb the illegal trade in Mufulira.

LCC Signs KR6 MIllion Road Contracts

[Times of Zambia]THE Lusaka City Council (LCC) has signed eight contracts worth KR6 million for the improvement of roads and drainage system in the capital city.

State to Reward Athletes

[Times of Zambia]SPORTS Minister Chishimba Kambwili has said Government plans to introduce a policy to reward athletes that win medals at international competitions.

Livingstone Receives 27 Tonnes Relief Food

[Times of Zambia]LIVINGSTONE has received about 27 tonnes of relief maize for families whose crops were destroyed by elephants, unfavourable rainfall pattern and army worms, District Commissioner Omar Munsanje has said.

‘Bring Back National Football League’

[Times of Zambia]A SOCCER administrator has called on the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) to consider reintroducing the National Football League (NFL) to encourage competition in the MTN League.

Volleyball Instructor to Conduct Coaching Course

[Times of Zambia]THE Confederation of African Volleyball (CAVB) has attached an FIVB instructor to Zambia to conduct the first ever national referees' coaching course slated for the Olympic Youth Development Centre (OYDC).

Delegates to Discuss Draft Constitution

[Times of Zambia]DELEGATES from various governmental and non-governmental organisations (NGOs) will today converge at Mulungushi International Conference Centre (MICC) in Lusaka to discuss the draft Constitution for the next three days.

Man Withdraws Appeal Against 20-Year Sentence

[Times of Zambia]SUPREME Court Judge Justice Florence Mumba says a Lusaka man sentenced to 20 years imprisonment for repeatedly having sex with his biological daughter did well to abandon his appeal.

Zanaco Take ‘Bank’ to Pirates

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIAN champions, Zanaco this evening face a moment of truth when they come up against South African nemesis, Orlando Pirates at the 94, 700-seater FNB Stadium in the 2013 Orange CAF Champions league match kicking off at 20:15 hours.

Sleeping On Duty

[Times of Zambia]I was taken aback when I saw the front page picture of the Post newspaper and wondered what quality of debates we expect from delegates who spend their time sleeping on duty?

Fake Council Police Swindle Pirate Taxi Drivers

[Times of Zambia]A GROUP of youths masquerading as Ndola City Council (NCC) police have of late been on the loose, conning unsuspecting pirate taxis out of thousands of money.

ZABS Develops Agro-Lime Standards

[Times of Zambia]THE Zambia Bureau of Standards (ZABS) has developed the first-ever standards for agriculture and industrial lime.

Qualifying to the World Cup

[Times of Zambia]There is so much publicity and talk about Zambia's chances of qualifying to the World Cup as all the discussions and newspaper articles seem to centre on Zambia winning Group D in which we were gifted three free points and are the grou...