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Posts published in “Day: April 19, 2013

Government Committed to Defence and Security Reform

[ANGOP]Luanda -The Angolan Executive, led by the president José Eduardo dos Santos has been, after the achievement of peace in 2002, engaged in reform of defence and security sector with a view to better preserving the national independence and sovereignty.

State Strives for Better Education

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT says the cry for a better education system in Zambia is loud and equally piercing to ignore.

Constitution Convention Agrees On Land Issues

[Zambia Reports]The National Constitution Convention has finally settled the ownership of land clause after a highly emotional debate that commission vice chairperson struggling to maintain order.

Tobacco to Be Priced in Kwacha

[Times of Zambia]THIS year's tobacco prices will be pegged in the Zambian Kwacha instead of the United States dollars.

Bandits Rob Chinese Firm

[Times of Zambia]SIX men brandishing guns on Monday night snatched more than KR300,000 from Chinese firm in Kabwe after holding workers hostage.

Kapiri By-Elections Raise Concerns Over Vote Rigging

[Zambia Reports]A Zambian non-governmental organisation says that is deeply concerned over signs that the ruling Patriotic Front (PF) party may be preparing to rig the vote in the upcoming parliamentary by-election in Kapiri Mposhi in Central Province.

Zambian Defence Minister Guarantees Stability On Common Border

[ANGOP]Luanda -Zambia's Minister of Defence, Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba, on Thursday said here that the security on common border with Angola is stable, taking into account the engagement of the defence forces of both countries.

SMEs – An Eye Opener for SME

[Times of Zambia]ALTHOUGH Governments grab headlines with huge investments in infrastructure, behind the scenes, are the many small and medium sized enterprises (SME) which are forming the backbone of economic development and whose efforts are now bein...

I’m Not Guilty – Rupiah Banda

[Times of Zambia]FORMER Republican President Rupiah Banda yesterday appeared in a Lusaka magistrate's court and denied a charge of abuse of authority regarding the procurement of oil from Nigeria to a tune of US$2.5 million.

State to Work With Chiefs in Attracting Investors

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT will work with chiefs to attract foreign investment into rural areas, Chiefs and Traditional Affairs Deputy Minister Susan Kawandami has said.

Chipolopolo’s Bungle

[Times of Zambia]FOLLOWING Zambia's drub 1-1 draw with Lesotho last Sunday in Maseru, the Chipolopolo have lost the chance to assert themselves as front runners in the race for that elusive appearance at the 2014 World Cup final in Brazil.