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Posts published in “Day: June 2, 2013

Let’s Plan to Avoid Traffic Congestion

[Times of Zambia]THE traffic muddle in Lusaka should serve as a lesson to our city planners and all stakeholders to ensure that other towns and cities do not end up in the same mess.

Brazil Ready to Boost Zambia’s Fish Farming

[Times of Zambia]BRAZIL has offered to equip Zambia with latest techniques of improving the fish farming sector as the country seeks to diversify its agriculture sector.

Japan Recalls Zambia’s Birth

[Times of Zambia]JAPANESE Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe yesterday reminisced how nearly 50 years ago Zambia was unveiled to the world as the latest independent African country in Tokyo.

Boz Decision On Old Kwacha Welcome

[Times of Zambia]THE Zambian currency, the Kwacha, has been changed at least three times since the country gained independence from British colonialism in 1064.

Boz Sucks K3.4 Trillion Old Currency From Circulation

[Times of Zambia]THE Bank of Zambia (BoZ) has so far withdrawn more than 92 per cent of the old currency valued at K3.4 trillion since the rebasing of the Kwacha in January this year.

Matero Traders Reject Old Kwacha

[Times of Zambia]SOME residents of Matero Township in Lusaka have complained that traders are rejecting the old K100 and K50 notes. The residents said it was inconveniencing that some traders were refusing to accept the old notes for reasons known to t...

Japan Pledges U.S $32 Billion for Africa

[Times of Zambia]JAPAN has pledged to give Africa US$32 billion for economic growth and other support in the next five years as participants at the fifth Tokyo International Conference for African Development (TICAD) meeting commenced deliberations yes...

More Back State’s Stance On KCM Layoffs

[Times of Zambia]THE Federation of Free Trade Unions (FFTUZ) has backed the Government's decision to block Konkola Copper Mines (KCM) from retrenching 2,000 workers.

Foreign Direct Investments Grow

[Times of Zambia]PRESIDENT Michael Sata has said Zambia has posted great improvement in Foreign Direct Investments (FDIs) due to increased investor confidence and improved general investment climate.

Three Zambians On Interpol Wanted List

[Times of Zambia]A NOTORIOUS Zambian criminal has been placed on the International Police (Interpol) wanted list after eluding a local police dragnet for about three years now, the France-based security organisation has said.

Govt Warns Detractors

[Times of Zambia]THE Government has warned that it will not hesitate to de-register any organisation frastrating Government efforts.

RTSA Submits Si On First Aid

[Times of Zambia]THE final Draft of a Statutory Instrument (SI) that will compel drivers to undergo first aid training before obtaining a licence has finally been submitted to the ministry of Communications, Transport, Works and Supply for approval.

Africa Has Learnt a Lot From China, Says Kabimba

[Times of Zambia]JUCTICE Minister Wynter Kabimba has said social and economic programmes of a country are more successful if anchored within a political party.

Arrest Black Friday Chaos Culprits – Lungu

[Times of Zambia]ACTING President Edgar Lungu has directed the police to investigate the violence that occurred at the Black Friday prayer meeting in Matero and bring the culprits to book.

‘My Life-Changing Story’

[Times of Zambia]THIS week we continue with the Felix Simulunga story and I believe that his life will inspire you our readers.