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Posts published in “Day: February 19, 2014

Sata’s Solwezi Road Facebook Pledge a Hoax

[Zambia Reports]Former Solwezi Central Member of Parliament Lucky Mulusa says the President's statement on the Solwezi-Chingola road was just mere lip service as nothing had changed since President Michael Sata charmed the Northwestern Province populou...

Sunzu Wins Kudos From Beaumelle

[Times of Zambia]CHIPOLOPOLO coach Patrice Beaumelle has said Zambia soccer team defender Stopilla Sunzu has the attributes that can make him become a world class player.

Improve, Zesco Coach Tells Players

[Times of Zambia]ZESCO United coach, Tenant Chembo has demanded improved performance from his charges starting with the 2014 CAF Confederations Cup first round, first leg match against Ferroviarro da Beira of Mozambique on March 1.

Boxing Coach Urges Hard Work

[Times of Zambia]NATIONAL team boxing coach, Kennedy Kanyanta has said there is need for boxers to work hard for them to reap medals at international competitions.

HAZ Secures Friendly Match

[Times of Zambia]THE Handball Association of Zambia (HAZ) has secured an international friendly match with Zimbabwe for national team in readiness of the nineth Africa Nations Championship to be held in Kenya next month.

Defining Challenges in Marketing

[Times of Zambia]Seeing is believing so the saying goes. People are easily convinced with things which are visible, things they can touch and feel.

Sata’s Constitution Stance Shocking, Says Msoni

[Zambia Reports]Newly elected All People's Congress (APC) leader Nason Msoni says President Michael Sata's new stance on the constitution making process is shocking.

Kapeya Scared of Telling Off M’membe for Nude Pictures

[Zambia Reports]Information minister Mwansa Kapeya has cowardly accused the PF aligned Post Newspaper of being unethical and unprofessional for sticking to nude pictures despite countrywide outcry in their Weekend Post loosely referred to as the Naked ...

Airtel Unveils Media Awards

[Times of Zambia]AIRTEL Networks Zambia has launched the first-ever Airtel Media Excellence Awards which aims at promoting excellence in media reportage.

Livingstone Scribe in Court for ‘Corruption’

[Times of Zambia]A DISC jockey and journalist working for Zambezi FM Radio Station in Livingstone has pleaded not guilty to one count of alleged corrupt practices involving K4, 000.

Govt Takes Healthcare Closer to Solwezi Communities

[Times of Zambia]OWNING a bicycle by households in the rural parts of Zambia is such a life-saving asset especially to the people of Kimpitubwanga village in chief Kapijimpanga area in Solwezi district who walk several hours in search of health services.

Kitwe Man Axed to Death

[Times of Zambia]A MAN of Bulangililo Township in Kitwe has died after allegedly being axed in the head by unknown people.

MFEZ Scouts for Funds

[Times of Zambia]THE Lusaka South Multi-Facility Economic Zone (LS-MFEZ) Limited has commenced discussions on the financing options the company will undertake to support infrastructure development.

Amputated Boy (Eight) Needs Artificial Arms

[Times of Zambia]THE mother of an eight-year-old boy of Choma District whose arms were amputated after being electrocuted has appealed for assistance from First Lady Christine Kaseba and other well-wishers to enable him acquire artificial arms.

Ndola Airport to Gobble Up U.S.$580 Million

[Times of Zambia]RELOCATING the Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe International Airport in Ndola from its present location requires US$580 million, Transport, Works, Supply and Communications Minister Yamfwa Mukanga has said.

Reader Takes IAZ to Task Over Undercutting

[Times of Zambia]In today's article I wish to exclusively feature a response from a reader who took time to reflect on the subject of undercutting. I will reproduce his comments without much editing.

Cop Narrates Arrest of Murder Suspects

[Times of Zambia]A POLICE officer has testified in the Kitwe High Court how he arrested a Congolese national and two Zambians for allegedly murdering a 31-year-old taxi driver and later dumping his body at Chingola Road Cemetery.

Support HPV Vaccine Roll Out, Kaseba Urges Parents

[Times of Zambia]FIRST Lady Dr Christine Kaseba has expressed concern that parents have continued to stop their children from receiving the HPV vaccine despite being sensitised about it.