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Posts published in “Day: May 21, 2013

By-Elections Will Continue – JCTR

[Times of Zambia]JESUIT Centre for Theological Reflection (JCTR) says by-elections will continue as long as the country remains a democratic nation.

Chief Kapatamoyo Banned

[Times of Zambia]PARAMOUNT Chief Mpezeni of the Ngoni-speaking people of Eastern Province has suspended Chief Kapatamoyo for allegedly being involved in illegal sale of land.

Two Multi-Choice Bosses Killed in Chisamba Crash

[Times of Zambia]TWO senior managers at Multi-Choice Zambia died on the spot on Sunday evening in Chisamba area on Great North Road while five other people sustained injuries.

Essa Targets ARC Crown

[Times of Zambia]AFRICAN Rally Challenge (ARC) champion Mohammed Essa is targeting a Tanzania win to get his title defence back on track following his weekend triumph during the 2013 Puma Energy Zambia International Rally.

‘Zambian Golfers Show Shameful’

[Times of Zambia]THE Zambia Golf Union (ZGU) has described as embarrassing the performance of the majority of Zambian golfers that took part in the Zambia Sugar Golf Open tournament held at the Lusaka Golf Club.

Prophet Acused of Raping Housewife

[Times of Zambia]A KABWE housewife has narrated in a magistrate's court how a prophet allegedly raped her, while he was conducting healing prayers for her.

CLM Hands Over New Zaone Market

[Times of Zambia]LUANSHYA Copper Mines Plc (CLM) has handed over the new Zaone Market constructed at a cost of KR809,000 to Luanshya Municipal Council.

American Gets 12 Months for Cannabis Trafficking

[Times of Zambia]AN American Peace Corps volunteer has been sentenced to 12 months simple imprisonment for trafficking in cannabis which was found on her at a lodge in Chipata last week.

Banned Judges Challenge Tribunal Legality

[Times of Zambia]TWO of the three suspended judges Nigel Mutuna and Charles Kajimanga have again rushed back to court but this time around to challenge the constitutionality of the tribunal set up to probe their alleged professional misconduct.

Explain Subsidy Issues – Sata Orders

[Times of Zambia]PRESIDENT Michael Sata has directed Cabinet and deputy ministers to explain Government's resolve to remove subsidies on maize and fuel.

Sata’s Cabinet Directive Prudent

[Times of Zambia]PRESIDENT Michael Sata's directive to Cabinet and deputy ministers to urgently go out and explain to the people the significance of scrapping subsidies on fuel and maize is timely and prudent.

State Assures On Graft Fight, Governance

[Times of Zambia]FOREIGN Affairs Minister Effron Lungu has assured cooperating partners that Government will continue to uphold good democratic tenets and will not relent in the fight against corruption.

Chimfwembe, Chilambe Win Midlands Squash

[Times of Zambia]TOP seed Sharon Chimfwembe easily retained her Zambia Squash Association (ZSA) Midlands Open title after defeating national junior closed champion Monica Chimese in three sets to walk away with KR2,500.

Subsidy Removal Gainful – CBU Don

[Times of Zambia]COPPERBELT University dean in the school of business Sumbye Kapena says the positive aspects of the removal of subsidies far outweigh the perceived negative repercussions.

Judges Kajimanga, Mutuna Back in Court Challenging Tribunal

[Zambia Reports]Two of the three suspended judges, judge Charles Kajimanga and Nigel Mutuna, have once again moved to the High Court to challenge the constitutionality of the Judge Lovemore Chikopa's led tribunal that is preparing to commence its sitti...

Chikopa Tribunal Seems Untouchable – Defence Lawyers

[Zambia Reports]Defence lawyers in the tribunal investigating three judges will challenge some "outrageous" internal rules guiding the tribunal that seeks to insulate itself from legal challenges.

MMD, UPND Go Slow in By-Elections

[Zambia Reports]Opposition Movement for Multi-party Democracy and United Party for National Development will go it alone in the forthcoming by-elections departing from their pledge to work together during elections.

Rights Activist Calls On Malawi to Recall Judge Chikopa

[Zambia Reports]Women rights activist Sarah Longwe has appealed to the President of Malawi Joyce Banda to withdraw Judge Lovemore Chikopa from overseeing the tribunal of the three suspended Zambian judges.