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Posts published in “Day: January 17, 2014

Stop Playing Hide and Seek On Constitution – EFZ

[Zambia Reports]The Evangelical Fellowship of Zambia has advised government to stop playing hide and seek on the constitution and simply state where the draft constitution is.

Sata Stance On Constitution Provocative – Mbita Chitala

[Zambia Reports]Political activist Mbita Chitala says President Michael Sata's insistence that the draft constitution be deliberated on by cabinet before being handed over to the people is not only against citizenry consensus but also provocative.

Frank Bwalya Doubts Independence of Kabimba Tribunal

[Zambia Reports]Alliance for a Better Zambia president Father Frank Bwalya has raised 8 pertinent questions doubting the independence of the tribunal set up to investigate justice minister Wynter Kabimba.

Msoni Calls SADC to Intervene in Zambia

[Zambia Reports]We urge SADC member states to voice-out legitimate concerns on the deteriorating governance record in Zambia.

Public Funds Misuse Reduces Under PF – AG’s Report

[Times of Zambia]THE latest Auditor General's report for the financial year 2012 has reflected a sharp decrease in the misappropriation of public resources since the Patriotic Front (PF) formed Government in 2011.

110,739 Pupils Make It to G10

[Times of Zambia]A TOTAL of 110,739 pupils out of 285,636 who sat for Grade nine examinations in 2013 have passed to Grade 10.

Govt Has Set Good Example – Shamenda

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT intends to offer good working conditions to public service workers which should be an example for all employers to emulate, Labour Minister Fackson Shamenda has said.

Nathan Nyirenda Embarks On Double Album

[Times of Zambia]The weekend after the festive season recorded reasonable calmness in the ever-busy and noisy cosmopolitan city of Lusaka and perhaps other major cities as most entertainers were still recovering from the New Year's Eve bone-breaking fi...

Three Cops Denied Bail in Choma Murder Case

[Times of Zambia]THREE police officers in Choma, who allegedly killed a 32-year-old man on New Year's Day during a patrol, yesterday appeared in the Choma Magistrate's Court for mention and were denied bail.

Zambia Static on FIFA/Coca-Cola Rankings

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA has remained static on the FIFA/Coca-Cola World ranking, retaining the 15th place in Africa in the first chart for 2014.

Chirwa Trial Begins

[Times of Zambia]TRIAL in the matter in which former Zambia Railways (ZRL) Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Clive Chirwa is charged with abuse of authority started.

Mulungushi Lecturers Down Tools

[Times of Zambia]LECTURERS at Mulungushi University in Kabwe have withdrawn their labour and this has affected lectures for distance education students currently under residential school at the main campus.

‘Chintu Is Beaumelle’s Choice’

[Times of Zambia]THE Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) has said it gave national team coach, Patrice Beaumelle the freedom to pick his own assistant and that the association will only hold him accountable for the results.

Choma Women Happy With Grants

[Times of Zambia]WOMEN'S clubs in Choma engaged in various empowerment projects have applauded Government for its continued disbursement of grants to enhance their productivity.

Quicken Smelter Works, Mopani Told

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has urged Mopani Copper Mines (MCM) to speed up the upgrading of the smelter at its Mufulira plant to reduce sulphur dioxide emissions.

‘Be Wary of Unlicensed Financial Advisors’

[Times of Zambia]THE Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has warned companies quoted on the stock market against engaging unlicensed financial advisors.

Minister Upbeat On Fertiliser Availability

[Times of Zambia]THE Nitrogen Chemicals of Zambia (NCZ) has produced 91,000 tonnes of basal dressing fertiliser out of the required 92,000 tonnes for small scale farmers under the 2013/14 Farmers Input Support Programme (FISP).

‘Destination North-Western’ to Blow Horns for Tourism

[Times of Zambia]North-Western Province is being flaunted as the richest province in Zambia because of the thriving mining activities in the region. It has become the place to be for investors and those who want to do business with the mining companies...

Govt Seeks Partner for Nseluka-Mpulungu Project

[Times of Zambia]THE Government has said it is seeking an investor to partner with in the construction of Nseluka -Mpulungu railway line which has been in the pipeline for 22 years.