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Posts published in “Day: January 21, 2014

Kabimba Testifies in Hamaundu Tribunal

[Zambia Reports]Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba says his seeking of an opinion from Solicitor General Mwenye was in his capacity as a citizen.

PF Confusion – Kambwili Sued for Defamation

[Zambia Reports]Top class confusion has continued to rock the Patriotic Front government with the raging war between lawmakers from neigbhouring areas going to court for character assassination.

New Sawmillers’ Registration Clarified

[Times of Zambia]This was as a result of reminding people who were planning to join soft wood sawmilling that there was a mutual agreement between the Zambia National Association for Sawmillers with membership of (400), Costiga (membership of 173) and ...

Taxi Driver to Hang for Murder

[Times of Zambia]A TWENTY-ONE-YEAR-OLD taxi driver of Wusakile Township in Kitwe has been sentenced to death for brutally stabbing a man to death.

Levy Mwanawasa Stadium Neglected

[Times of Zambia]I HAD chance to go to Mwanawasa Stadium on Wednesday, January 15, 2014, to watch the four-team pre-season tournament.

6,000 Pave-Zambia C/Belt Jobs On Cards

[Times of Zambia]THE Pave-Zambia 2000 project will create over 6, 000 jobs once it is rolled out on the Copperbelt , Provincial Minister Mwenya Musenge has said.

Local Oil Transporters Cry Foul Over Contracts

[Times of Zambia]THE Petroleum Transporters Association of Zambia (PTAZ) says it has lost income and its members risk cutting jobs because foreign transporters have been allowed to flood the market.

Youths Urged to Take Advantage of FQM Projects

[Times of Zambia]FIRST Quantum Minerals (FQM) has urged Zambian youths to take advantage of the various programmes the mining company has rolled out

How Much Can a New Constitution Really Change?

[ThinkAfricaPress]After countless missed deadlines, Zambia is finally making progress towards a new constitution. But real change will require more than just a piece of paper.

SCZ Warns Affiliates

[Times of Zambia]THE Sports Council of Zambia (SCZ) has warned its affiliates that they risk being barred from attending the council's indaba set for April if they failed to hold their annual general meetings (AGMs) by March monthend.

Improve Game, CAF Prods Local Coaches

[Times of Zambia]THE Confederation of African Football (CAF) has challenged local coaches to work towards enhancing and improving the Zambian game.

Court Nullifies Chief Muyombe Installation

[Times of Zambia]THE Ndola High Court has nullified the installation of Ted Chisavya Muwowo as Chief Muyombe of the Bayombe people in Mafinga District in Muchinga as it was done in violation of the Uyombe customs and traditions.

Govt Wins Kudos Over Dip Tanks

[Times of Zambia]SMALL-scale farmers in Magoye Constituency in Mazabuka District have praised the Government for the successful rehabilitation of nine dip tanks in the area.

Chinese Firm Buys Munali Nickel Mine

[Times of Zambia]ALBINDON Limited shareholders have approved a 100 per cent sale of Munali Nickel mine in Mazabuka to a Chinese firm, Jin Tuo Investments to improve operations.

Edible Oils Industry Needs Boost

[Times of Zambia]THE Zambian edible oils industry has continued to perform below expectations due to a number of challenges which have subjected it to unfair competition from cheap imports.

Zambia, Germany Ink Agro Deal

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA and Germany have signed a Joint Declaration of Intent on a Bilateral Cooperation Project aimed at promoting sustainable and modern agriculture in the country.

Women Golf Experts in

[Times of Zambia]TWO experts from the Women Professional Golfers Association (WPGA) of South Africa are in the country to check on the preparations at Ndola Golf Club for the first-ever Zambia Ladies Open Championship.

Increase Duty On Imported Edible Oils – ZNFU

[Times of Zambia]The Zambia National Farmers Union (ZNFU) has called for increased duty on imported crude and semi-processed edible oils to encourage local value addition.

Zambeef to Invest K5.4 Million in Barns

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBEEF will invest around K5.4 million in barns to house the expanding herd of dairy cows on its Kalundu Farm in Chisamba.