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Posts published in “Day: July 8, 2013

The High Level Panel On Illicit Financial Flows Meets in Lusaka

[ECA]Lusaka -The High Level Panel on Illicit Financial Flows held a two day meeting in Lusaka from 17th -18th June 2013. The ten member Panel chaired by His Excellence, former President of South Africa Mr. Thabo Mbeki was established by the Economic Co...

Vehicle Crushes Baby to Death

[Times of Zambia]A ONE-YEAR-OLD baby was crushed to death by a vehicle while it was crawling across a street in Lusaka's Ng'ombe Township.

Banda’s Lawyer Clashes With Vice President

[Zambia Reports]The recent refusal of the Patriotic Front government to release former President Rupiah Banda's passport despite a court order has led to clashes between his lawyers and government officials.

Be Ethical, State Urges Media

[MISA]GOVERNMENT has urged media practitioners to uphold the highest level of ethical and professional standards in their reporting.

New Mining Policy to Benefit Zambians

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA's mining industry has previously been characterised by uncertainty in policy framework and frequent amendments to the legislative regime of the sector thus giving rise to erratic investment in mining and mineral development.

Benefits of Rural Electrification to Economy

[Times of Zambia]ANALYSING perceived high unemployment levels and the multiplier effects the rural electrification has on an economy, one can conclude that this initiative can contribute to job creation not only for the youths but also for all citizens...

Houses for Officers, a Good Move

[Times of Zambia]THE Universal Declaration of Human Rights sums up the right to adequate housing as the right of every woman, man, youth and child to acquire and sustain a secure home and community in which to live in peace and dignity.

Firefighter Burnt

[Times of Zambia]A MINER from Mopani Copper Mines rescue team has suffered serious burns as his team was trying to put out a fire at Collum Coal Mine in Sinazeze.

Royal Livingstone Wins Best Hotel Award

[Times of Zambia]SUN International Zambia's Royal Livingstone Hotel has been recognised as one of the Best Hotels in the World according to the 18th annual edition of the Travel + Leisure's 2013 World's Best Awards.

Mutesa Doubts Zicta Action

[Zambia Reports]Former Consumer Trust Unit Trust chairperson Love Mutesa says people should find out how meat products are preserved in other countries before rushing to condemn Zambeef.

Zambeef Vindicated After Smear Campaign

[Zambia Reports]The tests on Zambeef products that were impounded in Katimamulilo border on suspicion that they contained the Aromatic Aldehydes have confirmed negative.

Essa Back On Track

[Times of Zambia]MOHAMMED Essa yesterday put his title defence back on track after winning the FIFA Africa Rally Championship (ARC) fifth round held in Kenya during the KCB Safari championship to move into second place as Jassy Singh crashed out.

Fire Leaves Lusaka Factory in Ashes

[Times of Zambia]FURNITURE-MAKING equipment and materials worth millions of Kwacha were yesterday reduced to rubble when a fire swept through a Décor More Investments furniture factory in Lusaka at midnight.

Wife Killer to Hang

[Times of Zambia]A THIRTY-FOUR-YEAR-OLD man of Kasempa District has been sentenced to death for brutally killing his wife using an axe.

Unions’ Hands Tied Over Kalumbila Mine Layoffs

[Times of Zambia]THE mine unions might not intervene in the proposed lay off of the 500 workers at First Quantum Minerals (FQM) Sentinel Mine at Kalumbila in Solwezi because the affected employees are not unionised.

Diggers End Title Drought

[Times of Zambia]'MEN At Work' Diggers finally landed their first trophy of the season after beating Red Arrows in the 2013 Heroes Sevens rugby tournament finals played in Kabwe to dethrone 'Powerhouse' Lusaka as champions.

Ndola Rotary Spends K500,000 On Projects

[Times of Zambia]THE Rotary Club of Ndola-Kafubu has in the last one year spent K500,000 on community projects within the city.

ZNUT, Shamenda Differ On Retirement Age

[Times of Zambia]THE just-ended Zambia National Union of Teachers (ZNUT) 10th National Quadrennial conference of delegates held in Livingstone has ushered in new leaders and resolved that the retirement age in the teaching service should remain at 55 w...

Chipata Central Polls – Candidates Upbeat

[Times of Zambia]CANDIDATES in the forthcoming Chipata Central parliamentary election have expressed confidence of scooping the seat as campaigns heated up in the heavily contested Eastern Province constituency.