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Posts published in “Day: December 16, 2013

How Gondwe Changed Face of Paralympics

[Times of Zambia]ACCESS to sport, recreation and culture is a question of rights, as it is highlighted in Article 30 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.

Defining Gender Jargon

[Times of Zambia]GENDER is one of the most widely discussed topics world-over although such discussions, and coverage, of the subject have been discriminatory in society, depending on which side you look at.

Bogus Doctor Cons Patients

[Times of Zambia]A MAN posing as doctor took advantage of the recent nurses' strike at the University Teaching Hospital (UTH) to swindle desperate and unsuspecting patients out of money.

Don’t Rush Into Coaching – Kalu

[Times of Zambia]FOOTBALL Association of Zambia (FAZ) president, Kalusha Bwalya has advised former players against rushing into coaching.

Be Innovative, Times Employees Told

[Times of Zambia]TIMES Printpak (Z) Limited managing director Godfrey Malama has urged employees to be innovative and avoid coping ideas in order to retain its strong standing in the country.

LAZ, UPND Hopeful On Constitution

[Times of Zambia]THE Law Association of Zambia (LAZ) says there is still room for Zambia to have a people-driven Constitution.

‘Absentee’ Cops Cry Foul

[Times of Zambia]SOME police officers sympathetic with suspended Copperbelt Police Commissioner Mary Tembo are reportedly being harassed at work.

Sata Wants More East MPs

[Times of Zambia]PRESIDENT Michael Sata has said that he needs more members of Parliament (MPs) from Eastern Province to help him fight poverty in that region.

Chileshe Slams Changa

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA Amateur Boxing Federation (ZABF) president Thomas Chileshe has lashed out at National Olympic Committee (NOC) losing presidential candidate Josab Changa for questioning the credibility of the elections.

Innovation Key to Viable Business

[Times of Zambia]IT is a fact that doing business and succeeding in any environment requires innovation to remain afloat.

Old Couple Gets Second Honeymoon Offer

[Times of Zambia]THE Western Province old couple that has become famous for re-marrying 39 years after being on separation, is on the verge of having two honeymoons.

Chiawa Chief’s Advisory Committee Banned

[Times of Zambia]CHIAWA headmen have resolved that the existing chief's advisory committee be banned as it is allegedly not serving the interests of the people.

Promote Energy Access, Govt Urged

[Times of Zambia]LOCAL and international Non-State Stakeholders (NSS) have issued a communiqué in which they are calling for proactive steps to be taken in Zambia's energy sector.

Adhere to Regulations, Katete Bar Owners Advised

[Times of Zambia]KATETE District Commissioner Peter Kaisa has called on the council to ensure that bar owners adhere to the rules and regulations of trading in alcohol.

Call for More Benefits From Mines

[Times of Zambia]THE Council of Churches in Zambia (CCZ) has urged Government to ensure Social Responsibility (CSR) programmes in mining companies are mandatory.

Judo Chief Impressed

[Times of Zambia]THE International Judo Federation (IJF) has expressed happiness at the continued improving standards of the sport in the country.

ZNBC Employees Endure New PS Visit

[Zambia Reports]Zambia National Broadcasting Corporation employees endured yet another visit by a new Information Permanent Secretary as President Michael Sata continues shuffling government workers at will.

Father Bwalya’s Remarks Misplaced – Kapeya

[Times of Zambia]CHIEF Government spokesperson Mwansa Kapeya says Zambia's membership to the International Labour Organisation( ILO) and other international organisations was not for prestige or ceremonial purposes.

Ndola City Attracts

[Times of Zambia]THE city of Ndola is soon expected to attract investment worth US$405 million dollars (about K2.3 billion) in various industries.