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Posts published in “Day: July 5, 2013

Governing Party Pushes for More Power

[ISS]Complaints about the number and cost of parliamentary by-elections held since the Patriotic Front (PF) came into power continue unabated in 2013, along with controversy about the viability and future of Zambia's multiparty democracy.

Kutwa Comes With Mbotomboto

[Times of Zambia]THE name Kutwa might not be so popular in Zambia, but in neighbouring Angola it is the other way round.

Runnel, JK, Judy Take Over Kitwe

[Times of Zambia]KITWE was over the last four-day holiday a hive of activity in as far as music entertainment was concerned as the town, known as the hub of the Copperbelt, was host to a whole horde of big artistes in the name of Runnel, JK and the Div...

No Bubble Gum Music, Says Chiko Chali

[Times of Zambia]CHIKO, the nephew of late Amayenge lead singer Chris Chali, has promised to follow in his uncle's musical footsteps by singing everlasting traditional Zambian music.

Nyimbiri’s Strange Condition

[Times of Zambia]ILLNESS in life can be a cause of certain setbacks that human beings may not anticipate to encounter until when a disease strikes.

Kalwa Musonda – Model On the Rise

[Times of Zambia]Kalwa Norine Musonda, a 19-year-old student at Mulungushi University, managed to get into the top 15 at the just-ended 'Miss Freedom of the World 2013' in Kosovo.

Kangwa On His Role in Love Games

[Times of Zambia]KANGWA Chileshe needs no introduction at all. He made his name as Jason in Kabanana, the first ever and probably the last Zambian lofty sop opera series.

Hichilema Tells Sata to Learn From Morsi

[Zambia Reports]United Party for National Development president Hakainde Hichilema says the ousting of Egyptian leader Mohammed Morsi should serve as a lesson to the Patriotic Front government that failing to keep promises has the potential to unseat a...

Trade Fair Holiday Claims 21 Lives

[Times of Zambia]FIVE people were murdered while 16 others died in road traffic accidents during the Heroes and Unity holiday that ended on Tuesday.

PF Introduce Provincial Colours for Buses

[Zambia Reports]The Patriotic Front's obsession with the bus colour code has been taken to another level following the announcement of different colours for public transport for each of the 10 provinces.

Judge Lengalenga to Hear Tribunal Case

[Times of Zambia]THE case in which former Supreme Court judge Philip Musonda has challenged the Tribunal from proceeding with hearing his alleged professional misconduct has been allocated to Lusaka High Court judge Florence Lengalenga.

Choma Council Challenged

[Times of Zambia]CHOMA Mayor Jackson Makwamba has advised the council management and councillors to deliver desirable developmental projects to improve the welfare of residents in the Southern Province capital.

600 Treated At ZITF

[Times of Zambia]CLOSE to 600 Ndola residents with different medical conditions were screened and treated using the mobile hospital during the Zambia International Trade Fair (ZITF).

Cosafa Tickets Go On Sale

[Times of Zambia]TICKETS for the 2013 edition of the Cosafa Senior Challenge Cup that Zambia will host from tomorrow July 6-20 will go on sale today Friday across Post Offices in Lusaka and MTN centres.

No Job Cuts, Warns Shamenda

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT will not condone retrenchment of workers by companies experiencing operational difficulties, Labour and Social Security Minister Fackson Shamenda has warned.

Govt Launches PSV Colour Codes

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has launched reflective and different public bus colours for the 10 provinces for easy identification. The launch of the reflective colours follows several consultative meetings among stakeholders which would help law enforc...

Chipolopolo to Face Senegal in Friendly

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA will face Senegal in a high-profile international friendly match next month as a build-up to the crucial FIFA 2014 World Cup qualifier against Ghana.

Are Council Municipal Rates Worth Paying?

[Times of Zambia]THEY are either extinct in this part of the world or they have been frozen into inactivity but where they do exist and are still relevant as part of the urban management process, they call them ombudsmen.