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Posts published in “Day: February 27, 2014

Mulenga, Chamanga Out

[Times of Zambia]CHIPOLOPOLO strikers Jacob Mulenga and James Chamanga have been ruled out of the March 5 international friendly match against the Cranes of Uganda to be played at the Levy Mwanawasa Stadium in Ndola.

Zambians Must Benefit From Gemstone Sector

[Times of Zambia]The Zambian gemstone industry has for many years been facing numerous challenges and its contribution to the development of the national economy was almost none.

Masebo Interfered With ZAWA – Matokwani

[Times of Zambia]FORMER Zambia Wildlife Authority (ZAWA) Director General Edwin Matokwani yesterday told the Royda Kaoma-led tribunal appointed to probe Tourism and Arts Minister Sylvia Masebo's alleged interference at the authority that his dismissal ...

ZNWL Bemoans Electoral Violence

[Times of Zambia]THE Zambia National Women's Lobby (ZNWL) has registered disappointment at the continued incidences of violence during elections as witnessed during by-elections in Katuba Constituency.

PAC Queries Validity of Gender Ministry Reports

[Times of Zambia]THE Parliamentary Public Accounts Committee (PAC) yesterday questioned the authenticity of reports presented by the Ministry of Gender and Child Development Permanent Secretary Daisy Ng'ambi and her Eastern Province counterpart Chilesh...

Nkana Get Kampamba Boost As KCCA Jet in

[Times of Zambia]NKANA striker Ronald Kampamba has been declared 100 percent fit to face Uganda champions Kampala City Council Authority (KCCA) while defender Christopher Munthali is in a race against time for Saturday's clash.

Supersport Scouts for Local Commentators

[Times of Zambia]SUPERSPORT is calling on freelance cameramen, audio personnel and commentators to apply for the positions and be part of the Zambian Super League that kicks off on March 15.

Choma Stadium Gets Facelift

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has allocated K70, 000 towards rehabilitation works of the Independence Stadium in Choma.

Embrace Positive Aspects of Nigeria, Advises Lungu

[Times of Zambia]Abuja -DEFENCE Minister Edgar Lungu says Zambia should embrace the positive aspects of Nigeria and learn a lot from that country as it celebrates 100 years of existence.

Media Key Player in Jubilee Celebrations, Says Kapeya

[Times of Zambia]INFORMATION and Broadcasting Services Minister, Mwansa Kapeya has said the media has a key role to play in the successful commemoration of Zambia's Golden Jubilee this October.

Kagem Nets U.S.$36 Million From Auctions

[Times of Zambia]GEMFIELDS PLC, the owners of Kagem Mine raised US$36.5 million from last week's auctions of higher quality emeralds in Lusaka.

U.S.$100 Million Set Aside for South East Ore Body Mine

[Times of Zambia]THE Non Ferrous Africa Mining Corporation (NFCA) has committed US$100 million in this year's financial budget towards the development of the South East Ore Body Mine (SEOB) in Chambishi as it seeks to expedite the project.

PF Bemoans Tribalism in Katuba By-Elections

[Times of Zambia]THE Patriotic Front (PF) has condemned what it described as regionalism and tribalism that characterised the just-ended Katuba Constituency by-election in Chibombo District.

Zambia Records 800 Visitors At U.S. Travel Show

[Times of Zambia]THE Zambia booth at the just-ended 10th annual Travel and Adventure Show held at the Washington Convention Centre in Washington DC has recorded an estimated 800 visitors.

Croc Victim’s Family Struggles to Cope With Loss

[Times of Zambia]SATURDAY, February 15 2014, started like any other day with the sun rising early morning signifying the beginning of a bright day that never was to a family of Ipusukilo Township in Kitwe which was struck by tragedy that claimed its 12...

MCM Copper Output Up By 12,000 Tonnes

[Times of Zambia]MOPANI Copper Mines (MCM) increased its annual copper production by 12,000 tonnes at the end of 2013.

“Malaria Fight Needs Concerted Efforts” – Zambia Anglican Council

[ACNS]The Anglican Church in Zambia says the fight against malaria in the central African region cannot be won unless all stakeholders come together to address the disease, which remains a "major public health and development challenge on the continent."