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Posts published in “Day: December 16, 2013

Red Linso to Uplift Street Kids

[Times of Zambia]THEY spend their nights on roadside sewers, abandoned buildings; and in corridors.

Storm Blows Off Centenary House Roof

[Times of Zambia]Heavy rains that swept through Ndola on December 8 blew off the roof of the building that first President Kenneth Kaunda handed over to the Zambia National Association of Persons with Disabilities (ZNAPD) in 1988.

Govt Steps Up 2019 Afcon Preps

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has set up an inter-ministerial committee to spearhead Zambia's preparations for the possible staging of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) finals.

New Kabwe Court to Speed Up Dispensing of Justice

[Times of Zambia]THE Government has always emphasised on the need to ensure that justice is served particularly in the Judiciary circles by translating such statements into real actions.

Chief Mwangala Praises Sata

[Times of Zambia]CHIEF Mwangala of the Chewa people in Vubwi District says his subjects will continue praying for President Michael Sata to stay long in office so he can continue developing the area.

Ndola Housewife Sued Over Dog Comment

[Times of Zambia]A HOUSEWIFE of Ndola's Lubuto Township has been taken to court by her husband's lover following continued threats.

NATAAZ Festival to Showcase Local Talent

[Times of Zambia]THE much -talked about National Theatre Arts Association of Zambia (NATAAZ) festival has been confirmed to begin on Wednesday, 18 to 21 December at Mufulira Little Theatre with Tourism and Arts minister Sylvia Masebo projected to grace...

RDA Boss Upbeat On Tolling Points

[Times of Zambia]THE earmarked road tolling points that are not yet operational will start working by July next year, Road Development Agency (RDA) chief executive officer Charles Mushota has said.

‘Draw Lessons From Seat Nullifications’

[Times of Zambia]THE opposition United National Independence Party (UNIP) on the Copperbelt has said there is need for politicians to draw positive lessons from the nullification of parliamentary seats by the courts on account of corruption.

More Unza Students Nabbed

[Times of Zambia]POLICE on Saturday arrested 24 University of Zambia (UNZA) students.

Zambia to Export Power to Namibia

[Times of Zambia]NAMIBIA is to import additional power from Zambia to boost that country's energy supply system,NamPower chief executive officer Paulimus Shilambaa has said.

Zesco to Train Communities

[Times of Zambia]ZESCO Limited has undertaken to train hundreds of people affected by the Lunzua power expansion project in Mbala in entrepreneurship and technical skills, to enable them engage in various business ventures..

Take Advantage of Tourism Fund – Masebo

[Times of Zambia]THE private sector has been urged to take advantage of the Tourism Development Fund if they are to enhance infrastructure development and growth in the industry.

Mangoes Go to Waste in Mbala

[Times of Zambia]HUNDREDS of tonnes of mangoes have gone to waste in Mbala and Mpulungu due to lack of a reliable market.

ZRA Unveils 24 Hours Service At Nakonde

[Times of Zambia]THE Zambia Revenue Authority (ZRA) will this month open the 24-hour Anaconda border post in Muchinga Province.

JCTR Predicts High Cost of Living

[Times of Zambia]THE cost of living in the country is expected to escalate due to an in increase in the prices of basic food items, the Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection (JCTR) has observed.

Ngonis Vow to End Bembas’ Golf Rule

[Times of Zambia]AFTER suffering many losses at the hands of their traditional cousins, the Ngoni have now adopted a new strategy which they hope will end the Bemba's domination in the annual golf championship.

‘Stand Up Comedy’on TV

[Times of Zambia]T has become fashionable for most of the news reports on our television stations to close with a stand-up from the roving reporters sending a story from the field.

Giving Girls Chance to Attain Full Potential

[Times of Zambia]MANY people react in different ways when faced with difficult situations in life. Some people may even wish they were not born while others just remain withdrawn.