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Posts published in “Day: October 4, 2013

IFC Affirms Commitment to Private Sector Development in Zambia

[PR Newswire]Washington -IFC VP and Treasurer Jingdong Hua visited Lusaka this week to reaffirm IFC's commitment to private sector development in Zambia. Hua also thanked the Zambian authorities for their support to IFC's

Kabimba, M’membe Camp Regroup

[Zambia Reports]The Wynter Kabimba camp have stepped up their survival plan resurrecting toppled lower level officials to trumpet the Wynter must stay anthem.

Mwamba Picks Another Battle With Unza Radio

[Zambia Reports]Information Permanent Secretary Emmanuel Mwamba has opened yet another war front by saying that University of Zambia Radio Station was operating like a political entity.

Nurses at UTH Join Strike

[Zambia Reports]Nurses at the University Teaching Hospital have gone on strike joining their colleagues in Western Province who led the way on Wednesday.

Sampa Launches Matero Basketball Court

[Times of Zambia]MATERO Member of Parliament, Miles Sampa yesterday launched a basketball court in his constituency that has recently been constructed in Lusaka's Zingalume Township at a cost of K18, 000.

Kabwe Council Starts Land Audit

[Times of Zambia]THE Kabwe Municipal council (KMC) has embarked on a two-week land audit in the city and warned that any developer without proper documentation risks having their buildings razed.

Teacher Assault Sparks Protest

[Times of Zambia]TEACHERS at Ndola's Chilengwa Basic School on Wednesday temporarily downed tools in solidarity with their senior teacher who was assaulted by an irate parent of a pupil she disciplined.

Don’t Go Out of Bounds, Permanent Secretary Tells School Radio Stations

[Times of Zambia]INFORMATION and Broadcasting Services Permanent Secretary Emmanuel Mwamba has cautioned radio stations at higher institutions of learning to stick to their mandate of training journalists and not use the radio stations for political pu...

Zambia Rejects Critics Alleging Lack of Press Freedom

[VOA]An official of Zambia's government has rejected criticisms that opponents of President Michael Sata are being prevented from accessing state owned television and radio stations across the country.

Forestry, Zaffico Urged to Collaborate

[Times of Zambia]LANDS, Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Minister, Harry Kalaba has called on the Forest Department and the Zambia Forestry and Forest Industries Corporation (ZAFFICO) to work together in curbing deforestation in the country.

Farmers Protest Over Delayed Payments

[Times of Zambia]SOME irate farmers in Chadiza District on Wednesday protested over the delay by the Food Reserve Agency (FRA) to pay them their money for the maize supplied to the agency.

State, World Bank Ink Power Deal

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has signed a US$105million and $49.6 million loan agreements with the World Bank to help ZESCO Limited facilitate the Lusaka Transmission and Distribution Rehabilitation project and for the water Resource Development Project.

PIA Calls for New Capital Requirement

[Times of Zambia]THE Pensions and Insurance Authority (PIA) is proposing a new capital requirement for insurance companies in the country.

Kabimba Fumes

[Times of Zambia]PATRIOTIC Front (PF) secretary general Wynter Kabimba has turned the heat on Information and Broadcasting Services permanent secretary Emmanuel Mwamba and the public media over what he called politicisation of the public media.

Millers Urge Govt to Lift Ban On Maize Bran Export

[Times of Zambia]THE Millers Association of Zambia (MAZ) has asked Government to rescind the ban imposed on exporting maize bran, saying there are still forward contracts of supply to be consummated with clients abroad.

Opera Fusion to Mesmerise Lusaka

[Times of Zambia]A new contemporary performance company is set to revolutionise the Zambian music scene with an exciting fusion of classical opera singing and hip hop dance.

RDA Sets Aside K4 Million for Toll Gates

[Times of Zambia]ROAD Development Agency (RDA) has set aside K4 million for a National Road tolling Plan whose proceeds will be channelled to the rehabilitation of roads in the country.

Punish Racist Lodges – Shamenda

[Times of Zambia]LABOUR and Social Security Minister Fackson Shamenda has directed Livingstone District Commissioner Omar Munsanje to probe and firmly deal with hotels and lodges in the tourist capital that are allegedly championing racism.