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Posts published in “Day: October 7, 2013

Chipolopolo Part Ways With Renard

[CAF]The Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) has released Frenchman Herve Renard from the position of head coach of its senior national football team.

Kapeya Happy With UPND Rally

[Zambia Reports]Information Minister Mwansa Kapeya has congratulated the United Party for National Development for the peaceful rally held in Mandevu on Sunday.

PF Are Dreamers – UPND Official

[Zambia Reports]United Party for National Development Director for Research Choolwe Beyani says the Patriotic Front government lacks the financial discipline to implement a good budget as they were easily given to dreaming up projects.

Manda Cites ZAA Woes

[Times of Zambia]AN aspiring candidate for the position of the Zambia Athletics Association (ZAA) presidency Christopher Manda has said failure to produce athletes of international acclaim was due to the collapsed structures.

Sports Bodies Nod 2014 Budget

[Times of Zambia]VARIOUS sports associations have welcomed the proposed budgetary increment to sports from the current K67 million in the 2013 budget to about K120 million next year.

Angry Road Workers Protest Over Salaries

[Zambia Reports]Angry workers working on the Chiwala road in Ndola yesterday blocked the road to demand payment of their three months salary arrears.

Wiba Offers Cathy Title Fight

[Times of Zambia]THE Women International Boxing Association (WIBA) has offered Zambia's boxing star Catherine Phiri a title fight against reigning bantamweight champion Carolina Rodriguez.

Jacob Available for Brazil Friendly

[Times of Zambia]STRIKER Jacob Mulenga will be released for Zambia's international friendly match against Brazil on October 15, his Dutch club FC Utrecht has confirmed.

Freedom Fighters Against Tribal Talk

[Times of Zambia]COPPERBELT-BASED freedom fighters have advised politicians to desist from making statements based on tribal lines, saying this has the potential of undermining the hard-earned independence.

‘Let’s Have One Teachers’ Union’

[Times of Zambia]THE Zambia National Union of Teachers (ZNUT) in Southern Province has appealed to the Registrar of Societies to stop registering new teacher unions to foster unity of purpose among teachers.

FRA Pays Chadiza Maize Farmers

[Times of Zambia]THE Food Reserve Agency (FRA) is on course in its payment of farmers in Chadiza in Eastern Province where it has so far paid more than K4 million out of the more than K9 million it owes.

12 South African Firms Partner With Local Businesses

[Times of Zambia]TWELVE business entities from South Africa have formed equity partnerships with Zambian firms for the supply of equipment in the construction sector, the Kitwe District Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KDCCI) has said.

Narep in Clothes Drive

[Times of Zambia]THE NATIONAL Restoration Party (NAREP) has launched a countrywide campaign called, Clothes for Change, under which members of the public will be asked to donate second-hand clothes that would be passed on to vulnerable rural women who ...

Protecting Unborn Babies

[Times of Zambia]SOME genetic disorders have some symptoms that manifest at birth.

Kabimba’s Attacks On Public Media, Mwamba Condemned

[Times of Zambia]THE Open Society Foundation (OSF) has condemned Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba over his recent attacks on the public media and Information and Broadcasting Services Permanent Secretary Emmanuel Mwamba.

Final Draft Will Be Clean – Malila

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has assured that the final draft Constitution to be submitted to the President this month will not be doctored.

U.S.$5 Million Jaguar Plant Coming

[Times of Zambia]JAGUAR Land Rover is set to invest about US$5 million in the construction of its plant in Zambia, head of importer network for Sub-Sahara Africa Matthew Creese has said.