Press "Enter" to skip to content

Posts published in “Day: August 19, 2013

Muvi Tops the Chart, But…

[Times of Zambia]THIS week, we turn to the privately-owned and first prize award-winning television station at the last Lusaka Agriculture and Commercial Show, Muvi TV.

ZB Empowers Ndola Youths With Capital

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIAN Breweries (ZB) has spent K65,000 as seed capital in the empowerment of 100 youths in Ndola, to enable them invest in small income generating businesses.

Suspected Killer Put On Defence

[Times of Zambia]A FIFTY-ONE-YEAR-OLD Kapiri Mposhi polygamist appearing in court for allegedly murdering his wife says she took a poisonous substance in protest against his decision to spend a night at the younger wife's home the previous night.

Mukuka Clinches Sundowns Deal

[Times of Zambia]BIG-SPENDING South African Premier Soccer League (PSL) giants, Mamelodi Sundowns have finally completed the signing of Zambia's rising star, Mukuka Mulenga, ending speculations on the future of the nimble-footed midfielder.

Fear Grips Kapalala Traders

[Times of Zambia]SOME traders at Ndola's biggest open trading area Kapalala Market in Masala Township have expressed fear of losing their stands once a new modern market is built on the site.

MTN Nets 200 Million Subscribers

[Times of Zambia]THE MTN Group has marked its 200 million subscriber milestone and has further announced a bold K108,44 million initiative to improve the quality of education across its markets in Africa including Zambia and the Middle East in the next...

‘Witchfinding Bad for Development’

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has said it has observed that priests are still faced with the challenge of curbing witch finding in most places, especially in rural areas.

‘Teachers Did Not Take Sex Pictures’

[Times of Zambia]THE Salvation Army Church has refuted media reports suggesting that some teachers at its Chikankanta High School, who caught 12 pupils having sexual intercourse, recently forced them to repeat the act and started filming them as part o...

20 Mourners Injured in Road Accident

[Times of Zambia]TWENTY people have been seriously injured after a vehicle carrying mourners and a body in a coffin collided head-on with another vehicle.

Appellant Abandons Case

[Times of Zambia]A TWENTY-SIX-YEAR-OLD Lusaka man, who was sentenced to 15 years imprisonment with hard labour for defiling his 12-year-old step-daughter in the process impregnating her, openly wept before Supreme Court judges and asked for forgiveness...

FRA Buys 11,000 Bags of Mpongwe Maize

[Times of Zambia]THE Food Reserve Agency (FRA) has so far bought 11,318 bags of maize from Mpongwe farmers in this year's maize marketing season.

Opinion – By’s Death a Big Loss Indeed

[Times of Zambia]IN the world where human beings live today, majority of the things, if not all, that affect people's lives can be illusory.

Sata Mourns By

[Times of Zambia]President Michael Sata is deeply saddened at the passing of former Defence minister Benjamin Yorum Mwila, 70, who died in South Africa on Saturday.

ZNS Promises to Deliver Positive Results

[Times of Zambia]ESTABLISHED initially in 1963 as a militant wing of a political party, the United National Independence Party (UNIP) for the purpose of fighting for independence, what we now call Zambia National Service (ZNS) was later known as the La...

Wanyinwa Community Endorses Kalumbila Mine

[Times of Zambia]MORE than 60 residents of Wanyinwa Community in Chief Musele in North-Western Province have thanked the Kalumbila mining management for accommodating community contributions in the ongoing resettlement programme.

Mukuni Radio Coming

[Times of Zambia]SENIOR Chief Mukuni of Kazungula District in Southern Province is planning to set up a tourism radio station in Livingstone at a cost of about US$1 million to promote tourism in Zambia and in the Southern African Development Community ...

Japan Pledges to Support Zambia’s Agro Sector

[Times of Zambia]The Japanese government has pledged to continue extending development assistance to the Zambian agricultural sector aimed at enhancing crop diversification and production.

CAR Castle 7s Squad Withdraws

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA has been forced to withdraw from competing at the Confederations of African Rugby (CAR) under 19 tournament after failing to secure a flight into Tunisia for the championship that starts on August 27 to 31.