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Posts published in “Day: February 14, 2014

Shikapwasha Case – Court to Rule On Invoices

[Times of Zambia]The Lusaka magistrate's court will today deliver a ruling on whether or not to admit as evidence invoices produced by Zambia Daily Mail director of finance Bryson Mumba.

Dry Port in Pipeline At Kasumbalesa

[Times of Zambia]Government has said it will relocate residents whose houses are close to Kasumbalesa border post to enhance security.

Airport Upgrade Begins

[Times of Zambia]PRESIDENT Michael Sata has spelt out his Government's resolve to modernise the country's international airports in order to bring them to international standards.

Public Funds Misuse in East Worries CSPR

[Times of Zambia]THE Civil Society for Poverty Reduction (CSPR) in Eastern Province is deeply concerned that public funds meant for poverty reduction programmes have continued to be misapplied by people entrusted to run the public service.

State Monitoring Mozambique Border Situation

[Times of Zambia]Parliament has heard that Government is still closely monitoring the border situation between Zambia and Mozambique considering that civil strife has erupted in that country.

Kabwe Council Pledges Better Service Delivery

[Times of Zambia]Kabwe Municipal Council Town Clerk Oliver Muka says the local authority has not played its pivotal role in the provision of quality service delivery over the past years due to a number of challenges. The situation, he said, was however...

200 Cops to Be Deployed in Katuba

[Times of Zambia]More than 200 police officers will be deployed in Katuba Constituency ahead of the February 25 parliamentary by-elections.

Man Handed 15 Years for Defiling Niece

[Times of Zambia]A KASAMA High Court has sentenced a man who waylaid and defiled his niece at a well to 15 years in jail with hard labour.

Airwaves Liberalisation Commendable

[Times of Zambia]THERE is no shortage of hints that radio has continued to play a pivotal role in providing information essential to combating poverty, diseases and ignorance, especially among the rural population.

Five Burnt in Solwezi Petrol Explosion

[Times of Zambia]Five people including a two-year-old baby are nursing serious injuries at Solwezi General Hospital after a drum of petrol exploded in their house.

Kenneth Kaunda 2019 Afcon Envoy

[Times of Zambia]FIRST Republican President Kenneth Kaunda will spearhead Zambia's campaign to host the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) after being appointed the nation's bid ambassador.

UNDP Hails Govt for Bridging Info Gap

[Times of Zambia]THE United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has congratulated Government for the positive strides it is making in enhancing public access to information.

Put People First, Urges Vice President

[Times of Zambia]VICE-PRESIDENT Guy Scott has appealed to officers in his office to be more efficient and responsive to the needs of the people.

Chikwanda Challenges Business Community

[Times of Zambia]Finance Minister Alexander Chikwanda has challenged the business community to take advantage of support services from Commercial banks to increase their participation in the country's economic development.

China Investment Rises to U.S.$130 Million

[Times of Zambia]CHINESE direct investments into Zambia have increased to US$130 million due to existing strong trade relations between the two countries.

Hichilema Responds to Chief Chambuka’s Outburts

[Zambia Reports]United Party for National Development leader Hakainde Hichilema has expressed surprise at the outbursts by Chief Chimbuka of Northern Province directed at him over his questioning President Michael Sata's lack of clarity on his health s...