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Posts published in “Day: December 2, 2013

Milupi Fears Debt Relapse

[Zambia Reports]The Alliance for Democracy and Development says the Patriotic Front government's level of borrowing is worrying.

Govts Tightly Control Broadcasters – Report

[AfriMAP]Johannesburg -An eleven-country study entitled: On Air: an overview, which looks closely at the current status of broadcasting in Benin, Cameroon, Kenya, Mali, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, South Africa, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe, has concl...

Sata Refuses to Commission Luapula Project

[Zambia Reports]President Michael Sata again refused to commission yet another project demanding unclear circumstances for the ceremonial activity to take place.

Changa Promises Change in NOC

[Times of Zambia]NATIONAL Olympic Committee (NOC) aspiring candidate Josab Changa has promised to bring about change once elected as president.

Sata Spells Out PF Successes

[Times of Zambia]PRESIDENT Michael Sata says his Government has made a significant and positive impact particularly in infrastructure development from the time it was voted into power.

Church Leadership Key to Delivering Development Vision

[ACNS]The Zambia Anglican Council development wing has encouraged the Church in Central Africa to help deliver the development vision at all levels by "engaging the government, the community and congregations in physical ministry."

Paljk Storms Finals

[Times of Zambia]SWIMMER Tilka Paljk yesterday stormed the finals of the 50 metres breaststroke to keep alive the Zambia's slim hopes of minting a medal at the 10th edition of the Africa Junior Swimming Championships.

‘State Geared to Fight Graft’

[Times of Zambia]PRESIDENT Michael Sata says Government is taking stringent measures to curb corruption, including asset forfeiture of ill-acquired wealth and black-listing of corrupt individuals and companies.

U-20 Team Ready, Says Mutapa

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA Under-20 soccer team coach Osward Mutapa is upbeat about his team's chances ahead of the 2013 COSAFA Youth Championships that gets underway tomorrow in Maseru, Lesotho.

Muyanwa Is ZUJ President

[Times of Zambia]TIMES of Zambia Assistant Business Editor James Muyanwa has been elected Zambia Union of Journalists (ZUJ) president while Angela Chishimba from the Zambia Daily Mail has retained her position as general secretary at the union quadrenn...

Old Married Couple Moves to Limulunga Home

[Times of Zambia]NINETY-eight-year-old Mushiba Imonda and his wife Sitali Kalaluka, 82, who have become famous upon remarrying 39 years after being on separation, have moved to their matrimonial home in Limulunga District in Western Province.

Road Carnage Source of Concern

[Times of Zambia]THE continued loss of lives on our roads is very unfortunate and a source of concern. A lot needs to be done to stop the carnage once and for all.

14 Die in Traffic Accident

[Times of Zambia]FOURTEEN passengers have died in a road traffic accident after a Marcopolo bus in which they were travelling plunged into a gorge at Luangwa bridge along the Great East Road on Saturday night.

GBM Donates K50,000 to Catholic Church

[Times of Zambia]DEFENCE Minister Geoffrey Mwamba has donated K 50, 000 to St Anthony Small Christian Community of the Cathedral of the Child Jesus.

Govt Stakes K100 Million for Universities

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT will next year spend more than K100 million on the construction of universities in four provinces. Meanwhile, Government will upgrade 220 basic schools into secondary schools at a cost of K320.2 million.

Benefits of Conservation Farming

[Times of Zambia]THE use of dangerous chemicals, improper farming methods and sheer recklessness has put people at the mercy of barren land especially now that land is not only scarce but extremely infertile.

Golfers Worry ZGU

[Times of Zambia]THE Zambia Golf Union (ZGU) has prioritised the issue of addressing continuous poor showing by local golfers in international tournaments as one of its top programmes next year.

Lusaka Woman Defiles Boy, 6

[Times of Zambia]A THIRTY-EIGHT-YEAR -OLD business executive of Lusaka has been dragged to court for sexually assaulting a six-year -old boy.

Prudent Fiscal Policies Key to Growth – Zica

[Times of Zambia]The Zambia Institute of Chartered Accountants (ZICA) has said this country lacks prudent fiscal policies that are vital for managing income generated from revenue collection strategies such as the removal of maize and fuel subsidies.