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Posts published in “Day: February 3, 2014

Gen Miyanda Temporarily Goes Offline, Bids Farewell

[Zambia Reports]Former vice-president Brig Gen Godfrey Miyanda has temporarily gone offline after he refused to register his mobile numbers as mandated by the snooping Patriotic Front government.

CSOs Gather in Kitwe for Constitution Push

[Zambia Reports]Civil society organizations have taken the fight for a new constitution to the Copperbelt with a prayer meeting held at Kitwe's St Margaret United Church of Zambia church.

Slain Truck Driver – Congo DRC Apologises

[Times of Zambia]THE Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) Government has provided funds to cater for funeral expenses for Patrick Mwila, the 28-year-old Zambian truck driver who was shot dead by that country's soldier.

Sata in London

[Times of Zambia]PRESIDENT Michael Sata has arrived in London, United Kingdom, for his 14-day working holiday.

I’m Sorry, M’membe Tells GBM

[Zambia Reports]The Post Newspaper has been forced to apologize to former Defence Minister Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba over a false story they published about him in their Friday edition.

Truck Driver Killings Retrogressive

[Times of Zambia]THE decision by the Democratic Republic of Congo authorities to send the country's Interior Minister today to try and find a lasting solution to the recent wanton killings at Kasumbalesa Border Post in Chililabombwe is a step in the ri...

Chikwanda Urges Love, Fidelity in Marriage

[Times of Zambia]ACTING President Alexander Chikwanda has called on married couples to remain faithful to one another and ensure God remains the pillar of their matrimony.

ZICTA Warns Mobile Service Providers

[Times of Zambia]THE Zambia Information and Communications Technology Authority (ZICTA) has warned that failure by mobile service providers to strike off unregistered SIM cards after the expiry of the registration deadline is tantamount to abrogating t...

Concerted Efforts Key to Quality Education – PS

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT says it is imperative for all stakeholders to work together towards attaining positive goals and ensuring the delivery of quality education.

Miles Banda to Be Buried Today

[Times of Zambia]ACTING President Alexander Chikwanda is today expected to lead mourners in paying their last respects to the late Zambia's High Commissioner to Malaysia, Miles Banda.

ZRA Officials Fired Over Corruption

[Times of Zambia]SEVERAL senior Zambia Revenue Authority (ZRA) officials have had their contracts terminated in a purge linked to a wide-ranging probe of allegations of corruption and bribes at the Government's tax collecting body.

Can ‘Galagata’ Surprise ‘No Pressure’ Chingangu?

[Times of Zambia]ORDINARILY, when two fighters meet in a rematch, the expectation by fans is that the underdog, the man who was vanquished in the previous bout(s), will come out trying to exact revenge and prove the first outcome was a fluke.

Ministry Trains 594 Health Workers

[Times of Zambia]MINISTRY of Health acting permanent secretary Wellani Chilengwa has announced that the ministry has trained 594 community health workers to work in some of the 650 health posts to be constructed around the country.

K480 Million Spent On South Roads

[Times of Zambia]PRESIDENT Michael Sata says the Government spent K480 million on the construction of about 780 kilometres of roads in Southern Province as of December 2013.

Magistrate Warns General Kanene

[Times of Zambia]LUSAKA magistrate Rodgers Kaoma has warned musician, Clifford Dimba, commonly known as 'General' Kanene, to appear in court next Tuesday without fail to hear the judgment in his defilement case.

Chitimukulu Talks Resume

[Times of Zambia]TALKS over the installation of Paramount Chief Chitimukulu designate Henry Kanyanta Sosala between Government and the Bemba Traditional Council (BTC) have been revived.

Zone Six Table Tennis On

[Times of Zambia]THE Confederation of Southern Africa Table Tennis Association (CATTA) Zone Six Senior Championship opens today at the Olympic Youth Development Centre (OYDC) with Zambia banking medal hopes on 22 players.

Be Disciplined, Ponga Urges Players

[Times of Zambia]FOOTBALL administrator, Ponga Liwewe has urged Zambian players to be disciplined and continue working hard as skill alone is not enough to guarantee them success.