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Posts published in “Day: May 19, 2013

Bishop Mambo Shocked By PF Change of Heart

[Zambia Reports]Church of God overseer Bishop John Mambo says he is shocked at how the Patriotic Front government has turned against the poor.

Road Traffic Accidents – Drivers Share Blame

[Times of Zambia]MUCH as road traffic accidents are bound to happen 'accidentally', the calibre of many drivers wheeling vehicles on Zambian roads can be questioned, with three accusing fingers return at them.

Pregnancy-Induced Diabetes Mellitus

[Times of Zambia]DIABETES Mellitus, so called "Sugar Disease" by lay folk, is a condition that is well-known among many returning and new readers of this column. It is defined as the derangement in the breakdown of starches, proteins and fats due to th...

Forest Conservation Mammoth Exercise

[Times of Zambia]IN July 1995, the Ministry of Water Affairs and Forestry in South Africa organised the first-ever forest conference which was held in Pretoria.

RTSA Responds to the Logician’s Article

[Times of Zambia]WITH reference to the said article in Sunday Times of May 12, 2013 citing several inadequacies in road safety management by the Road Transport and Safety Agency (RTSA), it is now clear that The Logician believes that the functions of t...

Zambia Chamber of Mines Role Questioned

[Times of Zambia]IT is difficult to believe that the Chamber of Mines in Zambia airs its views or opinions only through the voice of the chief executive of the organisation.

Fr Bwalya Under Fire

[Times of Zambia]THE Patriotic Front (PF) in Southern Province is appalled by Catholic Priest-cum-politician Frank Bwalya's continued outbursts against President Sata and the Government.

Judges in Fear After Judge Dennis Chirwa’s Ordeal

[Zambia Reports]Judges in Zambia are leaving in fear for their jobs and post bench life following the ill treatment retired Deputy Chief Justice Dennis Chirwa has received at the hands of President Michael Sata who has since frozen all his benefits.

GBM Meets Bashi Lubemba

[Times of Zambia]DEFENCE Minister Geoffrey Mwamba yesterday held closed-door talks with the Bemba Royal Establishment and gave assurance that President Michael Sata would resolve issues surrounding the various chieftainships.

‘Forcing Employees to Work Double Shifts Unlawful’

[Times of Zambia]LABOUR and Social Services Deputy Minister Ronald Chitotela has advised security guards who are being forced to work double shifts to report their employers to district officers so that Government can take action.

Workers Compensation Fund Scam Uncovered

[Times of Zambia]A SCAM in which some employees at the Workers Compensation Fund Control Board (WCFCB) have allegedly been tampering with employers' contributions has been laid bare.

Hallmark’s Govt Complex Contract Renewed

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has renewed Hallmark Property Services' contract to maintain and clean the Government Complex housing several ministries and other departments.

Ndola City Council to Remove Illegal Adverts

[Times of Zambia]THE Ndola City Council (NCC) is to start pulling down illegal advertisement posters and banners displayed and stuck around bus stations.

Nkana Stay On Top

[Times of Zambia]A TEN-MAN Nkana stayed atop the FAZ Premier League table after beating Nchanga Rangers 1-nil at in Chingola yesterday.

Essa Maintains Lead At Puma Rally

[Times of Zambia]AFRICAN Rally Champion (ARC) Mohammed Essa yesterday opened up a comfortable 6:02 seconds lead to continue being in total command of the 2013 Puma Energy Zambia International Rally that comes to an end today in Lusaka.

Subsidy Removal Stays – – Lungu

[Times of Zambia]THE Government has challenged those opposing the removal of fuel and maize subsidies to advance convincing reasons because the move was meant to ensure equitable distribution of resources.

Kabwe Pastor’s Prophecy Divides Family

[Times of Zambia]A NAMED Kabwe Pentecostal church pastor's prophesy has caused confusion in a family after he allegedly singled out two members for practicing satanism.

Madison Win Polo Tourney Opener

[Times of Zambia]MADISON Motor kicked off their campaign of the 2013 Annette Miller-International Polo tournament at the Lilayi Polo Grounds in Lusaka, thumping Madison Agripak in the opening game of the three-day competition.

Chikopa Should Recuse Himself – Changala

[Zambia Reports]Human rights activist Brebner Changala has asked Malawian Judge Chikopa to consider recusing himself on moral grounds from chairing a controversial tribunal whose clear agenda is to satisfy the demands of President Michael Sata and his ...