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Posts published in “Day: May 20, 2013

Mangat Finishes 3rd in Zambia Rally

[New Vision]JAS Mangat overcame a turbo charger failure to claim a podium place in the Zambia International Rally on Sunday.

Male Birth Attendants Debate Rages

[Times of Zambia]JOHN Nsululu , 39, is a male midwife, he joined a profession which in the past was regarded as predominantly female but going by the numbers of male involvement now, it no longer is.

Conservationists Petition UNWTO Members to Boycott Assembly in Zambia

[New Times]Environmental conservationists have petitioned members of the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) to boycott the general assembly scheduled to be hosted by Zambia and Zimbabwe in August this year if the Zambian government allow...

Protesting Students Released

[allAfrica]Cape Town -Zambia police have reportedly freed the university students detained on the president's orders after they protested against the government's decision to drop the maize and petrol subsidies.

Stabilise Kwacha, Eaz Urges Govt

[Times of Zambia]THE Economics Association of Zambia (EAZ) has urged Government to work towards stabilising the Kwacha to reduce the impact of high food prices in view of the recent removal of subsididies on fuel and maize.

Aquatic Agric Systems Key, Says Expert

[Times of Zambia]AQUATIC Agriculture Systems in Zambia (AAS) can provide significant opportunities for agriculture-based economic growth, the World Fish Centre Regional Director for Africa Tabeth Matiza Chiuta has said.

Growth Coming – Sata

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIANS must work hard and sacrifice in order for development to spread to all parts of the country as more resources will now be available after removal of subsidies, President Michael Sata has said.

Rea to Light Up Mpanta

[Times of Zambia]SOLAR energy is free although there is a cost in the building of collectors and other equipment required to convert the energy into electricity.

Sister Killer to Hang

[Times of Zambia]THE Ndola High Court has sentenced a 46-year-old man to death by hanging for stabbing to death his sister during a quarrel.

Essa Wins Puma Rally

[Times of Zambia]AFRICAN champion Mohammed Essa yesterday retained the Puma Energy Zambia International Rally title after winning the 490 kilometres event by 6:47 minutes to bounce back in contention for the continental crown.

Subsidy Removal to Speed Up Development – -Zaca

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA Consumers' Association (ZACA) says the removal of subsidies on fuel and maize will accelerate infrastructure development and improve the welfare of ordinary citizens.

Tribunal Preps Advanced, Says Malila

[Times of Zambia]ATTORNEY-GENERAL Mumba Malila says tremendous progress has been made in preparing for the sitting of a tribunal to probe the alleged professional misconduct of three suspended judges expected to start next week.

‘Implement Zambia’s Sound Policies’

[Times of Zambia]A STUDY conducted by the Zambian Governance Foundation (ZGF) has revealed that Zambia has progressive policy formulation which if well implemented will accelerate development.

Madison Motors Wins Polo Tourney

[Times of Zambia]MADISON Motors yesterday won the 2013 Annette Miller International Polo tournament after winning the three-day round robin competition held at the Lilayi Polo Club in Lusaka.

Man Seeks Divorce From Tormenting Wife

[Times of Zambia]A LUSAKA man has sought divorce from his wife who has repeatedly bragged to him that there were other men who could 'perform' better than him.

DA Silva Retains Zambia Open

[Times of Zambia]BRAZILIAN Adilson Da Silva yesterday reclaimed the Zambia Golf Open title with an overall 11-under-par score to become only the sixth golfer in the history of the championship to win the crown twice.

Pressure Forces Sata to U-Turn On Student Arrest

[Zambia Reports]Pressure from the international community, opposition political parties and Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) yesterday forced President Michael Sata to rescind his order to arrest protesting students from the University of Zambia.

How Kabimba, Miles Sampa Were Exposed On Subsidies

[Zambia Reports]Muvi TV and ZNBC both carried programs that featured PF top executives. The interviews were disastrous. This was good as it gave an opportunity for the two party gurus to explain to the people of Zambia and the electorate and bring the ...

By-Elections Budget Runs Out, Says Lawmaker

[Zambia Reports]Chipangali Movement for Multi-party Democracy Member of Parliament Vincent Mwale says the allocation for by-elections has already been exhausted as the ruling Patriotic Front government dips into the country's reserves to fund wasteful ...

Multichoice Zambia Top Executives Die in Chibombo Accident

[Zambia Reports]Two top pay television service Multichoice Zambia executives are among the people that died in the latest Chibombo road accident that occurred last evening adding to a spate of recent road horrors around the same area.