[Zambia Reports]Comical Zesco Limited Public Relations Manager Henry Kapata says the recent increased power outages are due to strong winds caused by rain.
Posts published in “Day: January 20, 2014”
[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT says Zambia is indebted to China for the various successes being recorded in the economy.
[Times of Zambia]LUANO District Commissioner (DC) Luke Mwamba has been admitted to hospital after sustaining injuries in a road traffic accident which claimed the life of his messenger.
[Times of Zambia]CHAINAMA Hills Golf Club has expressed excitement with Zambia Golf Union's (ZGU) decision to accord the Lusaka-based club the rights to host the 2014 All Africa Junior Challenge in April.
[Times of Zambia]THE International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) at the weekend inspected the country's two ultra modern stadia with a view of certifying the running tracks fit to host international competitions.
[Times of Zambia]CHIEF Madzimawe of the Ngoni-speaking people in Eastern Province has advised traditional leaders to always work with the Government of the day.
[Times of Zambia]THE Private Sector Development Association (PSDA) says the establishment of the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) is a welcome step by Government and will help the economy grow.
[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has granted 250 hectares of land to Bangladeshi investors who will invest more than US$1 million in the development of agriculture in Mwansabombwe District in Luapula Province.
[Times of Zambia]THE Zambia Revenue Authority (ZRA) has impounded eight sacks containing over 900 sachets of highly intoxicating alcoholic beverages popularly known as Tujilijili at Mwami Border Post in Chipata District.
[Times of Zambia]PRESIDENT Michael Sata has certainly scored a first by signing up on Facebook which will accord him a platform on which to interact with the Zambian people and others beyond the frontiers of the country.
[Times of Zambia]MULUNGUSHI University lecturers in Kabwe have defied management's call to resume work as the go-slow enters day three today.
[Times of Zambia]FIRST Republican President Kenneth Kaunda has called on the Church in Zambia to unite and embrace the spirit of forgiveness and reconciliation.
[Times of Zambia]POWER Dynamos assistant coach, Anderson Phiri has said winning the Four-Club pre-season football tournament will act as a morale booster as the team pursues the 2014 MTN-FAZ Premier League title.
[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT attaches great importance to power generation as evidenced by new projects worth US$6.5 billion which are in the pipeline that are aimed at improving access to electricity nationwide.
[Times of Zambia]KASAMA General Hospital has received some newly-recruited nurses to replace the 41 who were fired in the aftermath of a two-week countrywide strike by health personnel.
[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has expressed happiness at the positive results being recorded in its crusade against corruption and financial indiscipline.
[Times of Zambia]Government has finally settled the US$US9 million loan which Zambia Forest and Forestry Industry Corporation (ZAFFICO) got from the International Development Association (IDA) more than two decades ago.
[Times of Zambia]PROFLIGHT Zambia has welcomed news of a planned new air service from Dar-es-Salaam to Lusaka by Tanzania-based airline, Fastjet.
[Times of Zambia]MKUSHI Country Golf Club has become the 23rd affiliate member of the Zambia Golf Union (ZGU).
[Times of Zambia]Here are the stakes - the most staggering conceivable: On one hand, more happiness and prosperity with better education. On the other, infinite cycle of poverty. But to which shall we incline?