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Posts published in “Day: April 18, 2013

Probe Councillors, Says Minister

[Times of Zambia]LOCAL Government and Housing Deputy Minister Forrie Tembo has ordered management at Kabwe Municipal Council to bring to book councillors alleged to have been engaged in illegal land allocation.

Boao Forum to Cement Africa-Asia Ties

[Times of Zambia]THERE is no doubt that Asia has made tremendous strides in economic and social development over the past two decades leading to its increased influence in international and regional affairs.

Illegal Miner Drowns At Nchanga Mine

[Times of Zambia]AN illegal miner has drowned in a pond at Konkola Copper Mines (KCM) Nchanga Open Pit sump.

Lowest Paid Public Servant to Take Home KR2, 900

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT and the Civil Servants and Allied Workers Union of Zambia (CSAWUZ) have agreed on a salary pay rise of more than 200 per cent for the lowest paid public worker.

Coach Aims for World Cup ‘Miracle’

[Times of Zambia]CHIPOLOPOLO coach, Herve Renard has set his sight on creating more football history for Zambia by qualifying to the FIFA 2014 World Cup finals in Brazil.

Kapiri Campaigns Heighten

[Times of Zambia]THE campaigns in the Kapiri Mposhi by-election have heightened with contesting parties employing various strategies to muster support.

Dilapidated KPF Unsettles Parley

[Times of Zambia]THE Parliamentary Committee on Sports and Youth Affairs has observed that the rundown sports infrastructure at the Kitwe Playing Fields (KPF) is a hindrance to the development of sports in the area.

‘Give ECZ More Clout’

[Times of Zambia]STAKEHOLDERS in the electoral process in Zambia have proposed that the powers of the Electoral Commission of Zambia (ECZ) should be enhanced.

Water, Sanitation Policy On Cards

[Times of Zambia]THE GOVERNMENT is in the process of formulating a national water supply and sanitation policy that will provide clear guidelines on how players in the sub sector should maintain standards of hygiene.

Taxi Driver Murder – Eyes,Tongue Plucked Out

[Times of Zambia]SHOCKING revelations on the grisly murder of taxi driver, Vincent Chandhla have surfaced indicating that his rib-cage was ripped open while vital organs including his private parts, eyes and tongue were removed.

Minister Challenges RDA

[Times of Zambia]TRANSPORT, Works, Supply and Communications Minister, Christopher Yaluma has assured that Government will not allow corrupt practices to hinder implementation of infrastructure development.

Rupiah Banda Runs to SADC

[Times of Zambia]FORMER President Rupiah Banda has now opted to take his persecution claims against the Zambian Government to the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC).

State Cancels Chipata Road Deal

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has terminated a road contract amounting to KR89,026,674 awarded to Sable Transport and Construction Company Limited for the rehabilitation of selected urban roads in Chipata District.

Journalist – Being Persecuted for Not Succumbing?

[Zambia Reports]When I came up with the idea of the television documentary Stand Up For Zambia towards the end of 2009 it was out of conviction that the Movement for Multi-Party Democracy (MMD) government under Rupiah Banda was under undue pressure fro...

‘Companies Act Review Should Be Inclusive’

[Times of Zambia]COMMERCE, Trade and Industry Minister Emmanuel Chenda has said the review of the Companies Act should be inclusive of all stakeholders in order to secure both local and foreign investments.

Lighton Ndefwayi – One of Zambia’s Tennis Greats

[Times of Zambia]LAWN tennis is less popular among many Zambians these days, perhaps because there are very few primary and secondary schools with courts to harness the sport which would have spurred young people.

Sata’s 5 Minutes Kapiri Rally Shocker

[Zambia Reports]President Michael Sata on Saturday afternoon shocked Kapiri Mposhi when he held a five minutes rally to drum up support for Patriotic Front candidate Eddie Musonda in the April 23 by-election.

Former Speaker Notes Constitutional Shortcomings

[Zambia Reports]Former Speaker of the National Assembly Amusa Mwanamwambwa has warned that Zambians should not celebrate the constitution making process without a legal framework following adoption of progressive clauses that the ruling Patriotic Front...