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Posts published in “Day: January 27, 2014

Mulusa Launches Mammoth Legal Battle

[Zambia Reports]Determined former Movement for Multi-party Democracy Solwezi legislator Lucky Mulusa has announced the launch of what looks like a long legal battle to fight the conspiracy that hounded him out of Parliament.

Africans Struggle to See Oil, Mineral Revenues

[allAfrica]Cape Town -A major new survey of African countries which depend on mining or oil revenues shows that six in 10 people have difficulty in finding out how their governments spend the proceeds of the resources.

Police Arrest Four Barotse Activists

[Zambia Reports]Police in Mongu have arrested four Barotse activists following continued demands for session of Western Province.

Productivity Centre in the Pipeline

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT is expected to establish a productivity centre at the end of the year to boost job creation.

Fake Goods Impounded in Chipata

[Times of Zambia]COUNTERFEIT phones and accessories valued at K276, 926 have been confiscated by the Intellectual Property Unit in Chipata District.

Women Empowerment Worthwhile

[Times of Zambia]WOMEN with business acumen have no reason to protest nowadays that they are being discriminated against when it comes to provision of finances to either start or expand their businesses and, in the process, uplift their living standards.

Private Colleges Shouldn’t Be for Personal Gain – Minister

[Times of Zambia]EDUCATION, Science, Vocational Training and Early Childhood Education Minister John Phiri has said private colleges of education should not be created for personal gain but with key focus in changing the lives of children.

PF Picks Moses Chilando for Katuba

[Zambia Reports]The ruling Patriotic Front has named local businessman Moses Chilando as their candidate for the February 25 Katuba Constituency by-election.

Muz, FQM Summoned Over Salary Talks Impasse

[Times of Zambia]THE mine unions and First Quantum Minerals Limited (FQML) have been summoned to Lusaka to meet with Government over the controversial collective agreement that has been disputed by some members of the unions.

Award Elates Cricket Body

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA Cricket Union (ZCU) president, Reuben Chama has said winning Africa overall best cricket development programme award is a great motivation that would spur his executive committee to perform even better.

FAZ Puts Medical Stars Power Struggle to Bed

[Times of Zambia]RECORDS at Football House have indicated that Green Sikapizye and not Alex Mambwe is the legitimate chairperson for FAZ Division Two North side, Medical Stars.

Sata Mourns Charles Muyamwa

[Times of Zambia]PRESIDENT Michael Sata has mourned late veteran broadcaster and singer Charles Muyamwa, who died in South Africa on Thursday.

EFZ Condemns Prayers for Sale

[Times of Zambia]EVANGELICAL Fellowship of Zambia (EFZ) has condemned the culture of monetary charges by some pastors in exchange for prayers.

‘Give Chintu Kampamba a Chance’

[Times of Zambia]FORMER Zambia soccer team midfielder, Janny Simulambo has advised people against condemning the appointment of Chintu Kampamba as Chipolopolo assistant coach but should instead offer him support.

Mulenga Sata Triumphs

[Times of Zambia]THE leadership wrangles that characterised the Patriotic Front (PF) in Lusaka District in the past few months have officially come to an end following the election of Deputy Mayor Mulenga Sata as the new district chairperson.

Minister Slams New School Curriculum Critics

[Times of Zambia]EDUCATION, Science, Vocational Training and Early Education Minister John Phiri has urged teachers to ignore politicians suggesting that the new school curriculum intends to introduce Bemba as an official language.

Lwandamina Sacking Suspicious

[Times of Zambia]WITH just a few days before the start of the 2014 football season, MTN-FAZ Premier League side, Red Arrows has decided to sideline coach George Lwandamina.

FAZ Hits Out At Critics

[Times of Zambia]THE Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) has lashed out critics condemning the training courses that it held for local coaches.

WVZ to Support Govt Education Initiatives

[Times of Zambia]WORLD Vision Zambia (WVZ) has said it will support Government efforts to increase school infrastructure particularly in rural areas where children cover long distances to access education.