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Posts published in “Day: November 4, 2013

Zambians Now to File their Taxes Online

[ICF]The Zambia Revenue Authority has launched an online system for filing and paying taxes in an effort to make the tax paying process simpler, faster and easier.

Sata’s Call for Reconciliation Amounts to Nothing – Mweetwa

[Zambia Reports]Opposition United Party for National Development deputy spokesperson Cornelius Mweetwa says President Michael Sata's call for reconciliation amounts to nothing in the absence of addressing the critical issues raised by his opponents.

DMMU Ready for Disasters

[Times of Zambia]THE Disaster Management and Mitigation Unit (DMMU) has said that it is ready for any eventualities arising from the rainy season.

Radio As Children’s Lullaby

[Times of Zambia]A MOTHER was struggling to feed her one-year-old baby boy last Sunday morning.

Woman Refuses to Be Eighth Wife

[Times of Zambia]A LUSAKA Boma local court has heard how a 53-year-old man took an eighth woman despite having seven [toggle_box title="Title of other wives and 35 children.

Zanis Lacking Creativity During News Casting

[Times of Zambia]LAST week, this platform looked at the lack of creativity in the show business as being one ostensibly behind the unsalable television productions in the country.

Link Zambia 8000 Road Project, Development

[Times of Zambia]SINCE President Michael Sata flagged off the Link Zambia 8000 on the Leopards Hill Road and nearby areas, it appears that the general public is not being fully informed or at least being kept informed of the progress of the programme.

Defining Toll Gates

[Times of Zambia]TOLL gates! What are they?

Two Men Defile Girl, Nine

[Times of Zambia]A NINE-YEAR-OLD grade two pupil of Riverain Primary School in Kitwe has been defiled while returning home from school.

Nkana, Zesco in Key Tie

[Times of Zambia]NKANA's 12-year wait for the elusive league championship may be over today.

Nkole Retired

[Times of Zambia]PRESIDENT Michael Sata has retired Home Affairs Permanent Secretary Maxwell Nkole in national interest.

Court Discharges 30 Barotse Activists

[Times of Zambia]THE Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has entered a nolle prosequi which has seen 30 out of 84 Barotseland activists discharged over treason charges.

Govt Gives Luapula Youths K1.1 Million

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has released K1.1 million to 33 youth organisations in Luapula Province meant for various youth development programmes.

Man (76) Axed

[Times of Zambia]THREE members of the same family in Kapiri Mposhi district have been arrested by police for allegedly hacking a 76-year-old man who is currently battling for his life in hospital.

Govt, Chiefs Partner to Register Births, Deaths

[Times of Zambia]THE Ministry of Home Affairs has partnered with the Ministry of Health and traditional leaders to capture and register all births and deaths in the country.

Kapeya Advises Zambia’s UK Envoys

[Times of Zambia]INFORMATION and Broadcasting Services Minister Mwansa Kapeya has asked the Zambian High Commission in London to be more aggressive in the area of economic diplomacy given the mission's strategic geopolitical location.

Opposition Laud PF Reunion

[Times of Zambia]OPPOSITION political parties have welcomed the forgiving spirit in the ruling Patriotic Front (PF), saying it is good for national development.

Protea to Build K40 Million Hotel in Ndola

[Times of Zambia]PROTEA Hotels Zambia is set to start the construction of a K40 million hotel in Ndola in March 2014, Union Gold Protea (UGP), chairperson Mark O'Donnell has announced.

MTN to the Rescue of Chikando Clinic

[Times of Zambia]MTN Zambia has bemoaned the increased cases of malaria in Africa, saying Zambia was among the most affected countries.