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Posts published in “Day: November 22, 2013

2015 Rugby World Cup Beckoning

[Namibian]Namibia beat Zimbabwe 35-26 in their opening match on 8 November and then a week later beat Kenya 55-35 to lift the trophy for the first time.

Rwandans in Zambia Begin Processing Travel Papers

[New Times]The Government has commenced a process to facilitate Rwandans who lost their refugee status in Zambia with travel documents to enable their repatriation or integration in host countries.

ZED Doubts National Airline Pronouncement

[Zambia Reports]Opposition Zambians for Empowerment and Development says it is difficult to believe the Patriotic Front government that they will build a national airline next year when the country has been battling with budget deficits since it came t...

Mansa Central Voting On Today

[Times of Zambia]THE die has finally been cast for the Mansa Central parliamentary by-election today as 88, 943 registered voters take to the booths to elect their next representative.

400 Choma Villagers in Land Dispute

[Times of Zambia]A LAND dispute has erupted between 400 villagers of Mapanza area in Choma District and a farmer who has displaced the locals after fencing hectares of land which he claims belongs to him.

2019 Afcon Bid Goes On Monday

[Times of Zambia]FOOTBALL Association of Zambia (FAZ) president, Kalusha Bwalya has said the Confederation of African Football (CAF) has extended the deadline for the submission of bids for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) to Monday.

Man Kills Self Over K50

[Times of Zambia]A TWENTY-SEVEN-YEAR-OLD man of Kampumbu Village in Isoka District in Muchinga Province has committed suicide after his wife lost the K50 he had given her to buy relish.

Kazungula Border Choked With Marooned Trucks

[Times of Zambia]SEVERAL local and international cargo trucks are currently marooned at Kazungula Border Post because drivers prefer using a single Botswana pontoon which is cheaper than the two Zambian pontoons.

Mulungushi Varsity Shut

[Times of Zambia]MULUNGUSHI University in Kabwe has been closed for two weeks following a critical water shortage that has hit the institution.

Zambians Getting Raw Deal From Construction Industry

[Times of Zambia]On November 12, 2013, the Minister of Transport and Communication was quoted in the print media as having expressed his disappointment that no Zambian contractor was sub-contracted on the new bus station in Livingstone when the Governm...

Contractor Robbed

[Times of Zambia]A LUSAKA-BASED road contractor was on Wednesday night left thunderstruck when a lone gunman stormed his room at a lodge in Mkushi and snatched K30, 000 cash and more money in foreign currency.

Ndola Police Pick Dead Body

[Times of Zambia]POLICE in Ndola have picked a body of a man suspected to have been murdered in Mushili Township.

State Keen to Enact ATI Bill

[Times of Zambia]INFORMATION and Broadcasting Services Minister Mwansa Kapeya says Government is in a hurry to enact the Access to Information (ATI) Bill and will shame critics who think it has backpedalled on its commitment.

ZRA Records Higher Collections At Kazungula Border

[Times of Zambia]THE Zambia Revenue Authority (ZRA) at Kazungula Border Post collected K366 million from January to October this year from an average monthly revenue collection target of K39.3 million.

Mwandi to Experience Massive Development

[Times of Zambia]MWANDI is one of the nine newly-created districts in Western Province where the Government is expected to take development soon.

U-20 Confident

[Times of Zambia]UNDER-20 national team coach, Oswald Mutapa is optimistic his charges will retain the Cup they won last year during this year's edition of the Council of Southern African football Associations (COSAFA) Youth tournament in Lesotho.

Chief Madzimawe ‘Pardons’ Kalima

[Times of Zambia]CHIEF Madzimawe of the Ngoni-speaking people of Eastern Province has lifted a ban imposed on MMD Kasenengwa Member of Parliament (MP) Victoria Kalima to hold meetings in his chiefdom.

‘Shame Bickering Politicians’

[Times of Zambia]POLITICIANS who are in the habit of bickering in public should be put to shame, Gender and Child Development Minister Inonge Wina has said.

Pirates Inspire Nkana

[Times of Zambia]AFTER securing a record 12th league title last Sunday, Nkana are now looking for inspiration from South African side, Orlando Pirates to conquer the continent in the 2014 CAF Champions League competition.