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Posts published in “Day: March 12, 2014

Youths Urged to Excel

[Times of Zambia]FIRST Lady Christine Kaseba has urged the 10 pupils selected from 30 groups under the Youth Mentorship Programme to strive to be in the top 10 academically to sustain national development. And Dr Kaseba has expressed sadness at the hig...

Parley Goes On Recess

[Times of Zambia]PARLIAMENT yesterday adjourned sine die with Vice-President Guy Scott urging Members of Parliament (MPs) to utilise the recess to visit their constituencies and address issues of development.

Kabwe Woman Raped

[Times of Zambia]BARELY a day after Zambia commemorated the International Women's Day, a woman in Kabwe has allegedly been raped by two men.

Lessons in Economic Diversification

[Times of Zambia]ECONOMIC diversification is critical for the advancement of the Zambian economy and has been on cards since the turn of the new millennium.

‘Help Diversify Copperbelt Economy’

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has implored financial institutions to help in the diversification of the Copperbelt economy away from mining by supporting the growth of the private sector.

Mark Your Day, State Urges Youths

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT says Youth Day is an important and non-partisan platform for young people to have their voices heard in shaping Zambia's future.

NCZ Rehab to Gobble K200 Million

[Times of Zambia]Government is expected to spend at least K200 million on modification of some sections of the Nitrogen Chemicals of Zambia (NCZ) plant in Kafue, to maintain long-term performance and boost production capacity.

Solar Power Lights Up Lwela School

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has expressed happiness at seeing teachers and pupils at Lwela Primary School in Milenge District in Luapula Province basking in the glory of solar power lighting to read and conduct study sessions.

Financial Education Vital to SMEs’ Growth

[Times of Zambia]THE promotion of a dynamic operating environment for Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (SMEs) is increasingly seen as a priority in Zambia's economic development agenda.

Lubambe Copper Mine Output Rises

[Times of Zambia]LUBAMBE Copper Mines (LCM) in Chingola increased its annual production by more than 7,000 tonnes in 2013 to reach a total capacity of 10,567 tonnes.

Simplify Trade Procedures – WB

[Times of Zambia]THE World Bank (WB) has urged Zambia to forge trade blocs with neighbouring countries to help tackle the rising cost of agricultural inputs.

HIV Great Challenge to Economic Growth

[Times of Zambia]HIV/AIDS has been ravaging most parts of the African continent over the past years. The pandemic has been one of the most devastating in world history.

HIV Great Challenge to Economic Growth

[Times of Zambia]HIV/AIDS has been ravaging most parts of the African continent over the past years. The pandemic has been one of the most devastating in world history.

Five Vie for Nkwazi Job

[Times of Zambia]FORMER Zambia soccer team striker Kenneth Malitoli is among the four coaches that have applied for the coaching job at MTN-FAZ Premier League side, Nkwazi.

13 Die in Accident

[Times of Zambia]THIRTEEN people have died, while other passengers sustained serious injuries in a road traffic accident involving a Rosa minibus and a truck along the Kitwe-Ndola dual carriageway yesterday.

MMD Councillor Accused of Hijacking Plot

[Times of Zambia]RESIDENTS of Kaniki in Ndola have accused their area MMD councillor Theo Chembe of hijacking a piece of land meant for expansion of a local clinic.

Six Nabbed Over Jerabo’s Death

[Times of Zambia]POLICE in Kitwe have picked up six people in connection with the brutal killing of a man linked to the infamous 'Jerabos' group in a fight during a drinking spree last Saturday.

‘Help Govt Empower Women’

[Times of Zambia]THE Zambia Union of Financial Institutions and Allied Workers (ZUFIAW) has called on the private sector to help Government empower women for the country to attain the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) by 2015.

Switch On, Judges Told

[Times of Zambia]PRESIDENT Michael Sata has directed High Court and Supreme Court judges to uphold high levels of integrity and help clear the backlog of cases in the country's justice system.