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Posts published in “Day: December 23, 2013

Ndola Health Inspectors Must Jack Up!

[Times of Zambia]CHEESE consumer in Ndola just had a brush with the reality of eating a rotten product, but the service he received at the Ndola City Council environment, community and health department was just as toxic.

Zambeef Named in LuSE Awards

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBEEF Products Plc is among companies that have been awarded by the Lusaka Stock Exchange (LuSE) for good leadership in corporate governance.

Grade 11 Pupil Kills Self

[Times of Zambia]A GRADE 11 pupil of Ibolelo Secondary School in Serenje District has committed suicide after allegedly defiling his six-year-old niece.

Limited Materials Stall South HQ Works

[Times of Zambia]THE contractors engaged to construct the new Southern Province headquarters and housing units for civil servants in Choma have attributed the slow progress to inadequate building materials in the district.

Water Blues Hit Kalulushi

[Times of Zambia]KALULUSHI residents have had no water for three days following the breakdown of a motor that pumps water from Kitwe to the district.

Saasa Backs Govt On Borrowing

[Times of Zambia]AN economist has said there is nothing wrong with Government borrowing more money provided that such funds are channelled to development projects and not consumption.

‘Install Pre-Paid Meters in Govt Institutions’

[Times of Zambia]COMMERCIAL water utilities in the country have proposed installation of pre-paid meters in Government institutions to cut down on huge debts accumulated from unpaid bills.

Stanbic Donates to Mukobeko Prison

[Times of Zambia]STANBIC Bank Zambia says it will seek to build its business anchored on the well-being of society.

Govt Wins Kudos Over Newspapers

[Times of Zambia]SOME residents of Mufumbwe District in North-Western Province have praised Government for re-introducing local language newspapers in the country.

Strive for Quality Works, Contractors Told

[Times of Zambia]LOCAL contractors have been challenged to rise to the occasion and compete favourably with their foreign counterparts if they are to take a fair share of construction contracts.

Indeni Resumes Ops

[Times of Zambia]INDENI Petroleum Refinery in Ndola has resumed operations after undergoing a 30-day period of routine maintenance works.

Give Women Priority in Land Allocation – Chief Chiwala

[Times of Zambia]SENIOR Chief Chiwala of the Lamba-speaking people in Masaiti District has said women should be given priority in land allocation because they are the main drivers of agriculture.

Katanga Urges South Cops to Work Hard

[Times of Zambia]SOUTHERN Province Police Commissioner Charity Katanga has called on officers to work hard and ensure crime is wiped out of the province in 2014.

Kaputa District in Family Planning Gains

[Times of Zambia]FAMILY planning does not only promote the good health of women and children but help to preserves the well being of the whole family.

PS Warns Civil Servants Against Illegal Strikes

[Times of Zambia]PUBLIC Service Management Division (PSMD) has warned nurses and other civil servants frustrating Government's delivery of services to the people of more dismissals.

Strikes – Lessons Learnt

[Times of Zambia]WHEN the Patriotic Front (PF) Government took over the running of the country after the 2011 elections, Labour and Social Security Minister, Fackson Shamenda, urged companies to think about their employees and ordered them to pay at le...

Parmalat to Invest K30 Million in Expansion

[Times of Zambia]PARMALAT is closely working with more than 5,000 dairy farmers and at least 20 smallholder farmers to increase collection points, managing director Piet Theron has said.

Local Contractors Must Ensure Quality

[Times of Zambia]The construction industry is one of Zambia's highly productive sectors which has made a significant contribution to the country's economic development.

Govt Cautious On Windfall Tax

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has stated that it will not rush into introducing the windfall tax but will remain focused on important issues pertaining to taxations in the mining industry.

Nevers May Go to Jail Today

[Zambia Reports]Opposition Movement for Multi Party Democracy president Nevers Mumba may be slapped with a jail sentence today when the Supreme Court rules on his contempt of court case. President Michael Sata has already threatened the MMD leader with...