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Posts published in “Day: April 17, 2013

Shot in the Arm for Golf Tourney

[Times of Zambia]THE 2013 Zambia Sugar Open Golf tournament has already received 66 per cent of the KR3 million budgeted for this year's high-status event set for May 16-19 at the Lusaka Golf Club.

Kwacha, Copper Prices Fall

[Times of Zambia]THE Kwacha resumed trading on a flat note coming out of the long Easter weekend with interbank trading being relatively subdued on the day.

We Need Salvation

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIANS and others beyond the frontiers should understand the core aspects of salvation as they seek to digest Christian values and steer the development agenda.

Renard Linked With Uganda Job

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA coach Herve Renard and ex-Italian midfielder, Guiseppe Dossena have been linked to the vacant Uganda Cranes job.

Restrict Rice Imports, Govt Urged

[Times of Zambia]THE Zambia National Farmers Union (ZNFU) has urged the Government to restrict importation of rice to protect the local rice farmers.

How to Communicate With Public Relations Publics

[Times of Zambia]THE reported poor work culture among many civil servants does not inspire confidence among ordinary Zambians who had hope for the better after a long time of high unemployment, exploitation and suffering under the former Movement of Mu...

BOZ Bill to Benefit Zambians – Sampa

[Times of Zambia]FINANCE Deputy Minister Miles Sampa has said the Bank of Zambia (BoZ) Bill of 2013 will enable Zambians benefit from the foreign exchange realised from the export of the country's minerals and natural resources.

‘Find Our Son’s Killers’

[Times of Zambia]THE family of a Lusaka taxi driver who was beheaded in one of the most horrifying murders has urged the police to track down the killers who are targeting unsuspecting public service vehicle operators.

‘Presidential Candidate Should Win in More Than One Region’

[Times of Zambia]DELEGATES to the ongoing Constitution National Convention have adopted Article 75 (1) which states that a presidential candidate will need to have more than one region to gain 50 per cent plus one of the valid votes cast.

Mumba Sweats Ahead of Pirates Clash

[Times of Zambia]WITH the Orlando Pirates return leg looming large on the horizon this weekend, Zanaco coach, Keagan Mumba is worried about his team's poor form ahead of this Confederation of African (CAF) Champions League fixture in South Africa.

Munkombwe Urges South PF Recruitment Drive

[Times of Zambia]NEWLY-appointed Southern Province Minister Daniel Munkombwe has called on Patriotic Front (PF) members in the province to recruit more members.

85 Konkola Copper Mines Miners Gassed

[Times of Zambia]EIGHTY-FIVE miners at Konkola Copper Mines (KCM) in Chililabombwe were yesterday gassed underground when a dumper truck caught fire.

Gay Lobbyist Charged

[Times of Zambia]POLICE have charged gay rights activist, Paul Kasonkomona, for publicly propagating gay rights.

Rupiah Banda to Be Questioned Again

[Times of Zambia]FORMER President Rupiah Banda is tomorrow expected to appear before the Government Joint Investigations Team (GJIT) for another interview on continued investigations over his alleged corruption transactions.

Puma Motor Rally to Gobble KR600,000

[Times of Zambia]THE Zambia Motor Sports Association (ZMSA) has unveiled a KR600,000 budget for next month's Puma Energy Zambia International rally set for May 16 to 19 in Lusaka.

Lusaka Holds Landmark Emerald Auction

[Times of Zambia]KAGEM Mining, which operates the world's single largest emerald mine in partnership with the Zambian Government, is staging a landmark auction of Zambian emeralds in Lusaka.

Kabimba Entertains One Party State Idea

[Zambia Reports]Patriotic Front Secretary General Wynter Kabimba says the party is not deliberately dragging the country into a One Party State.

Incoherent PF Worries Hichilema

[Zambia Reports]United Party for National Development (UPND) leader Hakainde Hichilema says the lack of coherency among the leadership of the ruling Patriotic Front government is worrying with ministers and President Michael Sata pulling in opposite di...

GJIT May Arrest Rupiah Banda’s Former Campaign Manager

[Zambia Reports]As part of its prosecution against former President Rupiah Banda, the Government Joint Investigative Team may arrest his campaign center manager Dr. Martin Mtonga, according to a high placed source in the Patriotic Front government.