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Posts published in “Day: October 17, 2013

Govt Secures K575 Million for Construction of Dams

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has secured about K575 million (US$115 million) for construction of dams across the country to boost the aquaculture sector, Agriculture and Livestock Minister Robert Sichinga has said.

Rape-Accused Kabwe Prophet Denies Charge

[Times of Zambia]A KABWE prophet accused of raping a housewife, while conducting healing prayers for her has denied abusing the woman and insisted that he only managed to cast out demons.

‘Hiked Talk-Time Duty Bad for Business’

[Times of Zambia]THE Kitwe District Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KDCCI) has said Government's decision to increase excise duty on talk-time from 10 per cent to 15 per cent will increase the cost of doing business.

Beaumelle, Scolari Salute Chipolopolo

[Times of Zambia]AFTER watching Brazil toil to win 2-0 on his debut at the helm of Zambia, interim coach, Patrice Beaumelle has expressed satisfaction with the performance of the Chipolopolo against the five-time world champions.

It’s Possible to End Poverty By 2030

[Times of Zambia]Today marks the International day for the Eradication of Poverty - an opportunity for the international community to look at what has been achieved so far, and what needs to be done to eradicate extreme poverty once and for all.

Masumba Tips Squad

[Times of Zambia]SPORTS Deputy Minister Steven Masumba has advised the Chipolopolo to sharpen their striking skills in front of goal if they were to start winning games.

Nkana Plan to Keep Munthali

[Times of Zambia]NKANA are considering having Chipolopolo defender, Christopher Munthali, who was loaned to the club, for keeps at the Wusakili township-based grounds.

Power Projects Encouraging

[Times of Zambia]ELECTRICITY is a key requisite for any economic development and any steps aimed at ensuring its constant supply should be applauded by all.

Msoni Decries Wage Freeze

[Zambia Reports]Political activist Nason Msoni says the two year recruitment and wage freeze announced by Finance Minister Alexander Chikwanda is retrogressive.