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Posts published in July 2013

Livingstone to Have Tourism Cultural Village

[Times of Zambia]A NEWLY established Lusaka-based entity specialising in marketing and media services, Bamboo B Communications (BBCom), intends to set up a K2 million tourism and cultural village in Livingstone.

Witness Narrates How Cop Killer Was Nabbed

[Times of Zambia]A WITNESS has narrated before the Kabwe High Court that a motorist who is alleged to have hit and killed a police officer manning a checkpoint was only apprehended after 18 months.

Banned Ex-Army Officer Sues State

[Times of Zambia]A RETIRED senior Zambia Army officer has sued the Attorney General and the Army Commander for banning him from entering any military establishment around the country.

UPND’s Response to M’membe On Alliances

[Zambia Reports]Until we fully understand the diversity of humanity, we will possibly never understand why different people have different preferences. We shall equally not grow as human beings to accept that we are not homogenous and that actually the...

Kasonde’s ‘Embalmed’ Speech

[Zambia Reports]This opinion was sourced from the independent Daily Nation Newspaper in Zambia following a ministerial statement by Health minister Dr Joseph Kasonde. Dr Kasonde was the first government official to be used by The Post Newspaper to endo...

Boxer Muziya Triumphs At ZITF Tourney

[Times of Zambia]KALEWA middleweight boxer, Benny Muziya yesterday cruised to the second stage of the national tournament at the 2013 Zambia International Trade Fair in Ndola after stopping Sydney Kangwa of Mufulira.

New SCZ Board Members Vow to Work Hard

[Times of Zambia]NEWLY-ELECTED Sports Council of Zambia (SCZ) board members have pledged to work towards developing sports in the country.

Court Acquits Child Killer

[Times of Zambia]THE Ndola High Court has acquitted and sent to Chainama Hills Hospital a 30-year-old woman who killed her two-year-old child.

Arrows Crowned Owen Busange Rugby Tournament Champs

[Times of Zambia]Arrows 17 Lusaka 0 RED Arrows were crowned inaugural winners of the Owen Busange Rugby Tournament after beating 'Powerhouse' Lusaka in the finals played at the Konkola Rugby Club grounds in Chililabombwe.

FR Luonde Misses Church Service Again

[Times of Zambia]EMBATTLED St Peters' Anglican Church priest, Father Richard Luonde yesterday missed the Sunday service again following squabbles with congregation members who locked the church building.

Benefits of National Health Research Act

[Times of Zambia]PART from the Mazabuka Microbicide Research Project which was conducted in 2009 and abruptly discontinued in 2010, there has not been so much publicity on other clinical trials including their findings disseminated to the public in Zam...

Twafwane Community Centre – Helping Children in Need

[Times of Zambia]WHILE feeling concerned for the needy children or uplifting their livelihood is admirable, finding solutions is even better, because the kind of suffering which affects them comes in different forms including hunger, homelessness and p...

‘Sensitise Public On Piracy Ills’

[Times of Zambia]INFORMATION and Broadcasting Services Permanent Secretary Amos Malupenga has urged the media to upscale efforts in sensitising the public against the ills of piracy and how the hologram will enhance the fight.

International Engagements Key to Growth

[Times of Zambia]VICE-PRESIDENT Guy Scott, says Zambia's participation in international engagements is important for growth and development of the country as it can draw lessons from high level interactions.

ZITF Peaks, But…

[Times of Zambia]THE 49th edition of the Zambia International Trade Fair (ZITF) an annual show piece which places the City of Ndola on the world exhibition trade map, is now in full swing.

Chilumba Gets First Power Win

[Times of Zambia]TENANT Chilumba claimed the first three points as Power Dynamos coach, a hard fought victory over bottom-placed Lime Hotspurs to rekindle his team's diminishing hopes of recapturing the MTN Premier Division League title.

Rupiah Banda’s Lawyers Ponder Plan B

[Times of Zambia]LAWYERS representing former Republican President Rupiah Banda are pondering the next line of action after Government agencies refused to release his passport to enable him travel to Tanzania for a four-day meeting.

Mailoni Brothers – No Mistaken Identity

[Times of Zambia]POLICE have said the slain Mailoni brothers were positively identified not only by their mother and brother but also by several other people.