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Posts published in “Day: March 14, 2014

Give Love to Your Children, Musi-O-Tunya

[ThinkAfricaPress]The legendary Zambian band's compilation captures the energy, excitement and unpredictability of Zamrock at the peak of its 1970s glory.

Minister Fired

[Times of Zambia]PRESIDENT Michael Sata has dropped Home Affairs Deputy Minister Alfredah Kansembe and partially reshuffled his Cabinet.

Add Value to Minerals, Scott Tips Countries

[Times of Zambia]VICE-PRESIDENT Guy Scott has advised countries along the Great Rift Valley to explore means of adding value to minerals before they are exported to increase their revenue base.

‘Govt’s Graft Fight On Track’

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has in the past two years made important strides in fighting corruption to create a conducive environment for effective social and economic development, President Michael Sata has said.

Opposition Slammed Over Youth Day

[Times of Zambia]THE Evangelical Fellowship of Zambia (EFZ) has said the move by some opposition political parties to shun Youth Day celebrations was not in the interest of young people and the country as a whole.

Nativz Couple Sings Together for God

[Times of Zambia]THERE are very few gospel duets anywhere nowadays especially those comprising a husband and wife.

Kenya Start Against Zambia in Olympic Qualifiers

[The Star]Kenya open their Olympic Games handball qualifying campaign against Zambia at the Safaricom indoor arena this Sunday. The qualifiers have attracted nine nations- Angola, Algeria, Democratic Republic of Congo, Tunisia, Libya, Guinea Bissau, Eg...

Family Minister, Zambian Counterpart Analyze Women Situation

[ANGOP]Nova Iorque -The minister of Family and Women Promotion, Filomena Delgado, and Zambian minister for Gender and Children Development, Inonge Wima, Wednesday discussed issues regarding women empowerment in their countries.

First Legal Marijuana Prescription Still Awaited

[Times of Zambia]Everything in this small global village seems to be a product for trade, we have observed of late that priests are not very different from thieves, politician have also taken the face of crooks and our sisters have taken their bodies a...

Zambia Excels at Hockey Fives

[Times of Zambia]THE Zambia men's and women teams yesterday recorded victories at the on-going Hockey Five's Africa Championships to remain on course to qualify for the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games.

Handball Trip Hangs in Balance

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA'S participation at the 9th edition of the Africa Nations Handball Championship that gets underway tomorrow in Kenya is in doubt.

Zambia Shouldn’t Be Poor – UN

[Times of Zambia]UNITED Nations Zambia resident coordinator Martin Clemensson says despite the country and Africa having abundant natural resources in terms of minerals and wildlife, poverty has remained high.

Govt Empowers Young Prisoners

[Times of Zambia]Government is empowering youths at Katombora Reformatory School with skills to make them better citizens when they are released, Home Affairs Deputy Minister Stephen Kampyongo has said.

K3 Million Unveiled for Golf Tourney

[Times of Zambia]The Local Organising Committee (LOC) for the Summer Zambia Golf Open Tournament to be held in Lusaka has unveiled a whopping $500, 000 (about K3 million) budget.

Katongo Makes Arrows Debut

[Times of Zambia]CHIPOLOPOLO captain Christopher Katongo made his debut for Lamontville Golden Arrows but could not help his new club from enduring a 2-1 home defeat to Mpumalanga Black Aces.

Tobacco Plant on Cards in Lusaka MFEZ

[Times of Zambia]ROLAND Imperial Tobacco Company (RITCO) Limited is set to invest in the Lusaka South Multi Facility Economic Zone (L S-MFEZ), where it plans to set up a US$20 million primary tobacco processing plant.

Let’s Bail Out Handball Team

[Times of Zambia]IT is sad that the handball national team is on the verge of missing out on competing at the 9th edition of the Africa Nations Handball Championship that starts tomorrow in Kenya.

Cathy, Manyuchi Fit for the Ring

[Times of Zambia]ORIENTAL Quarries Boxing Promotions (OQBP) manager Christopher Malunga has expressed happiness that Catherine Phiri and Charles Manyuchi have been declared fit to fight for the World Boxing Council (WBC) belts.