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Posts published in “Day: June 11, 2013

Fans Concerned

[Times of Zambia]SOCCER fans in the country have expressed concern at the amount of canned alcoholic beverages that were sneaked into the Levy Mwanawasa Stadium and later thrown onto the pitch during last weekend's Brazil 2014 World Cup qualifier again...

One of My Best Goals Ever – Jacob

[Times of Zambia]CHIPOLOPOLO forward Jacob Mulenga has described his stunning overhead kick during last weekend's Brazil 2014 World Cup qualifier against Lesotho in Ndola as one of the best goals he has ever scored.

Immigration Officers Ignore Court Order and Block Banda’s Travel

[Zambia Reports]Fourth Republican president Rupiah Banda is being blocked by immigrations officers at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport from travelling to South Africa to attend the 2013 African Presidential Roundtable conference despite a court order.

Court Nods Rupiah Banda’s Contempt Application

[Times of Zambia]LUSAKA High Court Judge-in-Charge Jane Kabuka has granted former Republican President Rupiah Banda leave to commence contempt proceedings against Immigration Department director general Moola Milomo.

Musokotwane Cautions of Hyper-Inflation Economy

[Zambia Reports]Opposition Movement for Multi Party Democracy Liuwa Member of Parliament Situmbeko Musokotwane says the uncoordinated PF grand construction projects could fuel inflation if not properly monitored.

Munkombwe’s Drive to Preach Subsidies Continue

[Zambia Reports]Southern Province Minister Daniel Munkombwe's self preservation instinct continues to drive him across the province addressing public rallies at a time opposition political parties are arrested for addressing even indoor meetings.

Are the So Called Media Bodies Biased?

[Zambia Reports]"Crying in the wilderness", is a title that best describes Kennedy Phiri's recent writings on his social network page, Facebook, following his recent beatings at the hands of state sponsored thugs in Lusaka's Matero constituency:

Zambia Regain Top Spot

[Ghanaian Chronicle]Zambia swept aside Lesotho 4-0 to reclaim top spot in World Cup qualifying Group D from Ghana, who had moved to the summit on Friday after beating Sudan.

Gays’ Case Moved From Open Court

[Times of Zambia]Trial involving two Kapiri Mposhi men accused of being in a homosexual relationship was yesterday moved from open court to camera following sordid revelations that bordered on vulgar language.

Naik Dominates Golf Awards

[Times of Zambia]SENSATIONAL golfer Devanshi Naik on Sunday night dominated the Zambia Ladies Open Strokes Play awards ceremony scooping three prizes during the gala held at the Lusaka Golf Club.

Ex-Minister Put On Defence

[Times of Zambia]FORMER Mines minister Maxwell Mwale has been found with a case to answer for alleged abuse of authority of office and being in possession of 5,000 bicycles worth more than KR1 million (K1 billion), property suspected to be proceeds of ...

Biblical Perspective On Abortion

[Times of Zambia]ABORTION is another evil that has come about because of increase in sexual immorality.

Killer Driver Nabbed

[Times of Zambia]THE man who was driving the Toyota Corolla that ploughed into a group of pedestrians instantly killing two, including an eight-year-old girl in Kitwe has been arrested along with the actual driver of the taxi.

Demographic Health Survey Cardinal Task

[Times of Zambia]THE relationship or significance of data collection at any level of planning from basic to country development plans cannot be over emphasised.

Chipata Golf Course Debate Continues

[Times of Zambia]CHIPATA town is located about 600 kilometres away from Lusaka. The town is also only 110 kilometres from Lilongwe, the capital city of Malawi.

Saving Food Can Save Environment

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA, like other countries, is facing a draw out and difficult food crisis despite producing abundant food which goes to waste.

Donate Blood , Zambians Urged

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA National Blood Transfusion Services (ZNBTS) has said the amount of blood collected through donations is highly insufficient to meet the increased demand for blood transfusion in the country.