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Posts published in “Day: June 6, 2013

Ambassadors Taken to Task On Subsidies

[Zambia Reports]The ambassadors of Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States are being challenged over their statements of support in favour of the Patriotic Front (PF) government's recent removal of fuel and maize subsidies.

Bring Black Friday Attackers to Justice – Catholics

[Zambia Reports]The Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection (JCTR) has condemned last Friday's attack on the church during a Black Friday procession to protest the Patriotic Front's poor governance record and removal of subsidies on maize and fuel cal...

Champ Essa Enters Tanzania Rally

[Times of Zambia]AFRICAN champion, Mohammed Essa is among the 25 drivers that have so far enlisted for the Puma Energy Tanzanian rally that raves off in Dar-es-Salaam next week.

Mayuka Survives Southampton Chop

[Times of Zambia]CHIPOLOPOLO striker Emmanuel Mayuka has survived the chop at his English Premiership side, Southampton after the Saints released eight

Mutukwa Kalaluka – a Rising Cricket Star

[Times of Zambia]THOUGH cricket is a seemingly distant sport as far as many local Zambians are concerned, for Mutukwa Kalaluka, the sport is not strange as she has great zeal and skill.

Chibombo Crash – Families Sue Mkushi Farmer

[Times of Zambia]A MKUSHI farmer facing charges of causing death by dangerous driving in the February Chibombo road traffic accident which claimed 50 lives has been sued by one of the victims' family.

Boy (Five) Burnt to Death

[Times of Zambia]A FIVE-year-old boy has been burnt to death after the house he was sleeping in caught fire in Chililabombwe on the Copperbelt.

Govt Sets Date for CDs Hologram

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has set September 16, this year as the date for audio and video compact discs to have a hologram in a bid to curb piracy.

Murdered Taxi Driver – Trial Starts

[Times of Zambia]TRIAL, in which two juveniles of Lusaka are facing murder of a taxi driver, hasstarted with a witness testifying that the boys had attempted to book his vehicle but rescinded their decision.

‘Proflight’s Malawi Route to Boost Trade’

[Times of Zambia]Zambia's Acting High Commissioner to Malawi Henry Ngilazi has said the introduction of a direct route to Malawi is a good development for the Zambian economy as it will facilitate smooth trade between the two countries.

Mopani Backs Govt Stance On Job Creation

[Times of Zambia]MOPANI Copper Mines (MCM) will support the Government's agenda on job creation and protection, chief executive officer Danny Callow has said.

Kasonokomona Wins First Round of Court Battle

[GroundUp]Zambian activist Paul Kasonkomona has won an important first round in his court battle. In an interview on Zambian television in April he called for the recognition of gay and lesbian rights, as well as the rights of sex workers. He was arres...

Chinese Firm to Tar Landless-Mumbwa Road

[Times of Zambia]A CHINESE company JIZAN Construction Limited has been awarded the contract to tar the 65kilometre stretch of the road from Landless Corner to Mumbwa at the cost of KR175 million.

Embrace Subsidy Removal – Caritas

[Times of Zambia]CARITAS Kasama director George Musaba has urged Catholics to embrace Government's removal of subsidies on fuel and maize.

Zampost Records KR1.35 Million Profits

[Times of Zambia]THE Zambia Postal Services Corporation (ZAMPOST) which recently introduced new innovations to improve service delivery and performance, has recorded a profit of KR 1.35 million for the first time since 1994.

Tickets Run Out

[Times of Zambia]SCORES of Ndola soccer fans were yesterday left stranded as tickets for this Saturday's 2014 Brazil FIFA World Cup qualifier between Zambia and Lesotho ran out.

Judges Block Tribunal

[Times of Zambia]NDOLA High Court Judge Mwiinde Siavwapa yesterday granted an application by two High Court judges to commence judicial review challenging the legality of the tribunal constituted to probe their alleged professional misconduct.

High Court to Hear HIV Activist Case

[OSISA]The Lusaka Magistrate's Court ruled today that the criminal case against HIV activist Paul Kasonkomona should be transferred to the High Court for a hearing on the constitutional issues raised by the defence around the freedom of expression.