[Times of Zambia]PARTLY as a result of some spectacular successes of modern medicine, an attitude has spread to many parts of the world that health is something the doctors provide for people, instead of something that a community and individuals achie...
Posts published in “Day: November 5, 2013”
[Times of Zambia]THE brutal killing of Melody Kasonde who was eight months pregnant at the time by her convicted Kabwe-based soldier husband has left deep scars in the hearts of her mother, sister, other family members and close friends if not the nati...
[Times of Zambia]GERMAN investors are encouraged to invest in Zambia because of its long history of political stability and the huge economic potential, German Ambassador to Zambia Bernd Finke has said.
[Times of Zambia]WEAVE Plastics Industries Limited, a Kitwe-based liability company has sued Sakiza Spinning Limited with whom they entered into a joint venture to manufacture cement bags for breach of contract.
[Times of Zambia]In this edition we discuss a woman who is no stranger to the Zambian society. Her works have always been in the public for all to see and judge.
[Times of Zambia]THE Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) has embarked on a study aimed at determining the causes of upward adjustments to the retail price of cement in four countries of the Sub-Saharan African region.
[Times of Zambia]FIRST Quantum Minerals (FQM) increased copper production by 36 per cent to 114,488 tonnes in third quarter, bolstered by enhanced performance at its Zambian unit, Kansanshi Mining in Solwezi.
[Zambia Reports]Chipolopolo skipper Christopher Katongo and Nchanga Rangers goalkeeper Toaster Nsabata have been ruled out of Thursday's international friendly match against Jordan.
[Times of Zambia]THE K50 million grant availed by the Government to revive dormant gemstone mining licences will revive the industry and generate jobs, the Emerald and Semi-precious Stones Mining Association of Zambia (ESMAZ) has said.
[New Era]Windhoek -The first president of Zambia, Dr Kenneth David Kaunda, says the newly renamed Kenneth David Kaunda Street should be a reminder of the common past and the need to continue working together towards a future of development and peace in...
[Times of Zambia]THREE US top officials recently provided an overview of the United States (US) policies and initiatives in Africa including US President Barack Obama's Power Africa initiative, his Young African Leadership Initiative (YALI).
[Times of Zambia]THE Arthur Davison Children's Hospital (ADCH) will this Friday hold an Open Day during which period it will show case some of its services offered to the general public.
[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT is in the process of building a health post in Sub-Chief Kasonde's area in Mabala Ward, Malole Constituency to ease the challenges of health care access faced by residents.
[Times of Zambia]AN agro expert has said the increase in the Pay- As-You-Earn (PAYE) exemption threshold in the 2014 National Budget will trigger workers' expenditure on agricultural produce.
[Zambia Reports]Former Finance Minister Ng'andu Magande says Zambia is not in a position strong enough to make threats of licence revocation for mining firms.
[Namibian]"AS it was with the house, with this road, I hear people in Namibia saying to me, Namibia is your home too."
[The Herald]Information, Media and Broadcasting Services Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo yesterday met Zambian ambassador to Zimbabwe Ndoyoyi Muliwana Mutiti to discuss ways of strengthening bilateral relations between the two countries. Speaking afte...
[Times of Zambia]A ZAMBIAN delegation has arrived in Stockholm, Sweden, for a study tour of the country's public broadcasting sector at the invitation of the Swedish Public Institute.
[Times of Zambia]THE case in which former Southern Province Patriotic Front (PF) political secretary Brian Hapunda has been charged with five counts of obtaining money by false pretences yesterday failed to take off in the Livingstone Magistrates' Court.
[Times of Zambia]FORMER Zambia Air Force (ZAF) commander Andrew Sakala yesterday told a Lusaka magistrate's court that he personally delivered K500,000 to each of his co-accused persons, who were also service chiefs.