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Posts published in January 2014

Embrace Japanese Help

[Times of Zambia]JAPAN has been a reliable friend of Africa in terms of trade and investments from time immemorial and the fruits of its friendship are there for all to see.

Sata Arrives in Ethiopia

[Times of Zambia]Addis Ababa -PRESIDENT Michael Sata has arrived here ahead of the 22nd Ordinary Session of the African Union (AU) summit which opens today.

Japan Pledges More Investments to Africa

[Times of Zambia]JAPAN will continue supporting the growth of economies in Africa through trade and investments by the private sector to ensure positive contribution towards the peoples' lives.

Somali Man Fined for Illegal Entry

[Times of Zambia]THE Ndola magistrate's court has convicted and fined a Somali K4,000 for illegal entry and illegal stay in Zambia.

House Inferno Claims Life in Kitwe

[Times of Zambia]A FIFTY-SIX-YEAR-OLD man of Racecourse Township in Kitwe has been burnt to death in an inferno that gutted his house and left six children with serious burns.

Man Stabbed in Attempted Robbery

[Times of Zambia]THE Great North Road, which lately seems haunted by its old name of Hell Run, was yet again a scene of a daring attack as a motorist was on Tuesday morning stabbed in the head by a man who wanted to steal his car.

ZNS Officer in Court for Slapping RTSA Boss

[Times of Zambia]A ZAMBIA National Service (ZNS) officer has appeared in court for allegedly slapping Road Transport and Safety Agency (RTSA) chief executive officer Zindaba Soko in the face.

Contractor Told to Speed Up Chingola-Solwezi Road Works

[Times of Zambia]THE Road Development Agency (RDA) has directed Roads and Paving Zambia Limited (ROADPAVE), the contractor engaged to rehabilitate the Chingola-Solwezi Road, to speed up works.

South Headmen Pledge to Work With Govt

[Times of Zambia]FOURTEEN headmen and a United Party for National Development (UPND) councillor in Sinazongwe Constituency in Southern Province have said working closely with Government is ideal for accelerating development in the area.

Kola Marks Israel Return With Goal

[Times of Zambia]CHIPOLOPOLO striker Roger Kola has started his loan spell at the Israeli club Ironi Kiryat Shmona on a high after finding the back of the net in Tuesday's 3-0 win over Hapoel Acre in a League Cup.

Tisan Promises to Deliver At 2014 Cucsa Games in Lusaka

[New Era]Windhoek -The Tertiary Institutes Sport Association of Namibia (TISAN) has started vigorous preparations to participate in the 17th edition of the Confederation of Universities and Colleges of Southern Africa (CUCSA), slated for June 2014 at t...

Leave PF, Scott Tells GBM

[Zambia Reports]Vice President Guy Scott has breathed out the Patriotic Front anti Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba sentiment by telling the Kasama Central lawmaker to resign to avoid being hounded out of the ruling party.

Undercutting Can Retard Industry Growth

[Times of Zambia]IN 2012 the Pensions and Insurance Authority (PIA) introduced minimum premium rating guidelines which took effect on June 7.

Mopani Workers Sent Behind Bars

[Times of Zambia]A KITWE magistrate's court has jailed four Mopani Copper Mines (MCM) workers for fraudulently false accounting, money laundering and theft by public servant involving over K19 million.

Three Stanchart Workers Still Detained Over Bank Robbery

[Times of Zambia]THREE Standard Chartered Bank employees and a security guard are still in detention to help police with investigations in the case in which the bank in Kitwe was broken into and an undisclosed amount of money stolen.

Muyamwa Burial Set for Thursday

[Times of Zambia]THE late veteran broadcaster and singer Charles Muyamwa, who died in Pretoria, South Africa on Thursday last week, will be put to rest at Leopards Hill Memorial Park in Lusaka tomorrow.