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Posts published in “Day: July 7, 2013

Queens Beat Zambia 45-23

[Malawi News Agency]Lilongwe -The National Netball Team (Malawi Queens) Saturday frustrated Zambia Netball Team when it beat them 45-23 in a friendly match during Malawi's 49th Independence Celebrations at Civo Service Stadium in Lilongwe.

Kasumbalesa Resident Complain of Thieves

[Zambia Reports]Zambians living on the border area of Kasumbalesa with the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) have accused the Patriotic Front government of failing to protect them from thieves that have terrorized them from the neighbouring country.

Lusambo Faces MMD Music After Attacking UPND

[Zambia Reports]The opposition Movement for Multi Party Democracy says it will discipline its die hard youth chairperson Bowman Lusambo for vilifying alliance member United Party for National Development (UPND).

Ndola Anglicans Donate Car to Priest

[Times of Zambia]CONGREGANTS from Anglican Cathedral of the Holy Nativity have donated a Toyota Noah valued at K32,000 to a Ndola priest whose leg was amputated in 2011.

ZITF – the Good, Bad and Ugly

[Times of Zambia]THE 2013 Zambia International Trade Fair (ZITF) closed its gates on Tuesday and all the exhibitors, as well as members of the public have since returned to their respective places.

Resumption of ZFDS Ops in Luano Valley

[Times of Zambia]THE death of a human being is always a moment of sorrow not only among relatives of the deceased but also the neighbours, some of whom mourn together with the bereaved family while others send messages of solidarity.

Lusaka Man Sues Girlfriend for Slander

[Times of Zambia]A LUSAKA local court has heard how a 39-year-old man of Chawama Township was dumped by his girlfriend because his manhood does not function.

Prisons Service Owes Suppliers K50 Million

[Times of Zambia]FOOD suppliers to the Zambia Prisons Service (ZPS) are up in arms against non-payment of their dues amounting to K50 million.

Rhino – Most Endangered Animal

[Times of Zambia]IN today's conservation management, research is a very important component of every organisation. In the dynamic nature of the natural environment, research helps you monitor ecological processes, management impacts and progress and ad...

Destroyed Kalomo Dam Rehab On

[Times of Zambia]SOUTHERN Province Permanent Secretary Bernard Namachila has commissioned the rehabilitation of B-Williams Dam in Kalomo District, which was washed away by heavy rain in February this year.

Vote for Mangani – Scott

[Times of Zambia]VICE-PRESIDENT Guy Scott has assured small-scale farmers of the Government's support so that they can continue contributing to the national food basket.

New NRCS Coming

[Times of Zambia]THE department of National Registration, Passport and Citizenship is in December this year expected to introduce new digitalised national registration cards (NRCs) in a project to cost US$6 million.

Lusaka Ritual Killings Rage

[Times of Zambia]MYSTERIOUS killings have continued in Lusaka with the latest victim being found with eyes plucked and the tongue missing.

Is ZRL HQ Location a PR Issue?

[Times of Zambia]THE wrangles that ensued between the former Zambia Railways Limited (ZRL) Board and then former chief executive officer, Professor Clive Chirwa revealed that the location of ZRL's headquarters is one of the Public Relations (PR) issues...

2,550 Jobs for Disabled Possible

[Times of Zambia]CENTRE for Disability and Development is an International Research, Law & Policy disability-centred organisation dedicated to bringing out disability law reforms and research which form the basis for debate on national and international disability law and policy review.

‘Cosafa Hosting Good for Zambia’

[Times of Zambia]PRESIDENT Michael Sata believes Zambia's hosting of the Confederations of Southern African Football Associations (COSAFA) Senior Challenge Cup has set a good tone for the country to host major international tournaments.

Kitwe Glows With Cosafa Clash

[Times of Zambia]KITWE will this afternoon be a hive of activities as the opening Group B match of the 2013 Confederations of Southern Africa Football Associations (COSAFA) kicks off in the city when Botswana locks horns with Swaziland at Nkana Stadium.

Flying Doctors to Resume Ops in Luano

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA Flying Doctors Service (ZFDS) intends to resume operations in Luano Valley in Mkushi District following the killing of the Mailoni brothers by Zambia Army officers two weeks ago.

Namibia Beat Mauritius

[Times of Zambia]NAMIBIA coach, Manetti Ricardo says he is relived by his team's nervy win over Mauritius during yesterday's opening match of the 2013 Confederations of Southern Africa Football Associations (COSAFA) Senior Challenge Cup.