[Times of Zambia]JUSTICE is no respecter of men, for even the dead succumb to it as evidenced in a recent judgment where deceased, Blessings Silungwe, 25, was sentenced to 15 years imprisonment with hard labour.
Posts published in “Day: April 28, 2013”
[Times of Zambia]THE Poultry Association of Zambia (PAZ) executive manager Mathews Ngosa has said there is no law in Zambia which prevents foreign nationals from engaging in poultry farming.
[Times of Zambia]THE on-going Yezi Arts April International Theatre Festival (AITF) at Lusaka Playhouse has a surprise revelation; from Mwansabombwe in Luapula Province hails a group of young people who play a Mulenga Kapwepwe written Longo.
[CAF]As fans from Zambia have come to celebrate, they now boast a team more than capable of making history. The Chipolopolo, under French coach Herve Renard, went all the way to clinch their maiden continental title, the 2012 CAF African Cup of Nations...
[Times of Zambia]AS businesses and other organisations compete for customers and clients, they also compete for investors and shareholders for more funding or capital investments for their operational costs, expansion and sustainability.
[Times of Zambia]IN the wake of artistes demand for action in programmes of art development, National Arts Council (NAC) Secretary Sankwe Kambole has circulated a Bill proposed for tabling in Parliament.
[Times of Zambia]TOURISM and Arts Permanent Secretary Charity Mwansa has expressed happiness at the construction of lavatories and other facilities at the Victoria Falls border in readiness for the August 2013 United Nations World Tourism Organisation ...
[Times of Zambia]CALLS by the public and Government to contract the corporate world so that it gets involved in social responsibility is still a priority not very well resolved as far as most Zambians are concerned.
[Times of Zambia]FOR many years now we have seen persons with disabilities in our streets and communities begging or demonstrating against our Government for poor service delivery, and this has been so since the first Republic. However, the Government ...