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Posts published in “Day: July 23, 2013

Mining Expo a Success

[Times of Zambia]THE fourth Mining and Technical Expo which was held last week in Solwezi as well as the Copperbelt can only be described as a great success.

Paz to Shore Up Poultry Exports

[Times of Zambia]THE Poultry Association of Zambia (PAZ) will this year increase exports of poultry products to Kenya, Tanzania and Botswana by five per cent.

Airtel ‘Rising Stars’ Trials On

[Times of Zambia]MOBILE service provider, Airtel Zambia yesterday launched the district trials of the Airtel Rising Stars (ARS) that kicked off in all the districts across the country.

Nakambala Beat LCC

[Times of Zambia]Nakambala Leopards s truggled to beat Lusaka City Council (LCC) 1-0 in a tightly contested Division One South League match played at Nakambala Stadium in Mazabuka over the weekend.

New Chibuku Plant On Cards

[Times of Zambia]CONSTRUCTION of a US$20 million (about K110m) Chibuku manufacturing plant in Lusaka is set to commence soon, Zambian Breweries (ZB) Corporate affairs director Luke Njovu has said.

Kagem Earns U.S $31 Million in Emerald Auction

[Times of Zambia]Kagem Emerald Mine has realised US$31.5 million from the week-long gemstone auction recently held in Lusaka and the exhibition has also earned Government $1.89 million in mineral royalties.

Stop Riots in Schools!

[Times of Zambia]THE conduct of Serenje Boys Technical Secondary School pupils, who on Saturday night rioted and set ablaze the school administration block, is a sad development and must be condemned by all well-meaning Zambians.

Squad Now Set for Chan

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA soccer players return to national duty today after being given a brief respite to bask in their 2013 COSAFA Senior Challenge Cup glory.

Chitambo Pupils Riot

[Times of Zambia]PUPILS at Justin Mukando Secondary School in Chitambo of Central Province on Sunday night damaged more than 100 window panes and set ablaze six grass-thatched lavatories in protest against lack of water supply at the school.

Mongu Stadium Bid Closed

[Times of Zambia]SPORTS Minister Chishimba Kambwili has announced that the tender process for the construction of the modern 20,000-seater Mongu Stadium closed last Friday.

New Decentralisation Policy Empowers Chiefs – Sata

[Times of Zambia]PRESIDENT Michael Sata says the revised National Decentralisation Policy provides for effective and direct participation of traditional rulers in the development process.

City Market Shut After Clashes

[Times of Zambia]LUSAKA City Market has been closed following clashes between marketeers and street vendors, council public relations officer Henry Kapata has said.

Inmate Interpreter Rejected

[Times of Zambia]TRIAL in a case in which two police officers and four others are facing four counts of aggravated robbery was on Friday last week prematurely discontinued after the State objected to using inmates as interpreters.

Chanda Chimba Lands Voice of America Post

[Zambia Reports]Freelance journalist Chanda Chimba III has landed a respected position with the reputable international media organisation, Voice of America (VOA), to contribute news articles for its various fora as Zambia's correspondent.

Flying Doctors to Land in Luano Again

[Times of Zambia]PLANS are under way by the Zambia Flying Doctors Services (ZFDS) to resume normal operations in the newly-created Luano District, following the killing of the Mailoni brothers last month.

Lusaka City Flourishes

[Times of Zambia]LUSAKA city has evolved lately with new buildings going up everywhere and many chain stores and shopping malls sprawling in suburbs.

Minister Attempts to Lecture Law Association

[Zambia Reports]Justice Minister, Wynter Kabimba, summoned the Law Association of Zambia (LAZ) executive committee to try and lecture them on their statements but the body's president James Banda stood firm and provided tough responses similar to posit...