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Posts published in “Day: March 17, 2014

East Police on Hichilema Meetings

[Zambia Reports]Eastern Province Police Commissioner Grace Chipali says the police will not allow opposition UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema to address rallies in the province despite having granted permits two weeks ago.

China Urged to Boost Support for Infrastructure

[Focac]Lusaka -China's involvement in the development of Zambia's infrastructure could not have come at a better time than now when the southern African nation needs to attract foreign investors, analysts told Xinhua on Friday.

China Affirms Continued Support for Continent

[Focac]Beijing -China has affirmed its continued support to Africa with an assurance that its policy on the continent will not change due to changes in international and domestic financial situations.

Zambian Culture Undergoes Change

[Times of Zambia]THE most exciting day in mother Zambia as a brand new nation must have been the 24th day of October 1964.

Son’s Suicide Shocks Dad

[Times of Zambia]THE father of a 15-year-old boy in Ndola who committed suicide on Wednesday has said he is shocked at the death of his son because he did not know why he killed himself.

Zambian Minister of Transport Ends Working Visit.

[ANGOP]The minister of Transport, Public Works, Communication and Supply, Yanfwa Mukanga, left Luanda back to his country after a working visit in Angola, where he signed with the Angolan counterpart, Augusto Tomás, a memorandum of Understanding in domain of transport.

Brenda Kunda Excels in Business

[Times of Zambia]AT 43, she has gone against all odds as a woman to thrive and prove that having dreams is one thing and living them is another. Brenda Kunda, who has single-handedly established five viable businesses in 10 years is an inspiring busine...

Three Jailed Over Ivory, Lechwe Carcass

[Times of Zambia]A HIGH Court in Kasama has sentenced two people to five years in prison for being in possession of elephant tusks prescribed as Government trophy by law.

AU Envoy Calls for Poverty Reduction

[Times of Zambia]AN African Union (AU) regional delegate to Southern Africa says Africa has had no inclusive economic growth that translates into poverty reduction.

Nkana Begin Title Defence

[Times of Zambia]THE MTN-FAZ Premier League kicks off today with champions Nkana away to promoted side Green Eagles in Choma as Zesco United host Indeni in a Ndola derby.

Lwandamina Hails Resilient Zesco

[Times of Zambia]ZESCO United head coach George Lwandamina has hailed his team for putting up a spirited fight against Indeni to collect maximum points in a tightly contested MTN-FAZ Premier League Week One fixture.

17 Councils in K8.1 Million Statutory Debt

[Times of Zambia]ABOUT K8.1 million deducted from employees in 17 local authorities was not remitted to pay statutory obligations, the latest Auditor General report has revealed.

Department to Probe Illegal Tree Cutting Claims

[Times of Zambia]THE Department of Chiefs and Traditional Affairs in Mkushi District, has announced plans to investigate the encroachment and illegal cutting of trees in Mulungwe Chiefdom.

‘Don’t Shun Jubilee Celebrations’

[Times of Zambia]LUSAKA Mayor Daniel Chisenga has called on all Zambians to participate in this year's Golden Jubilee celebrations as a way of thanking God for the peace the country continues to enjoy.

Afrisport Seal U.S.$400,000 Deal

[Times of Zambia]FAZ Division Three North side Afrisports has signed a historical US$400, 000 (about K2.2 million) partnership deal with Kitwe based gemstone firm Grizzly Mining.

Stop Abuse of Public Funds

[Times of Zambia]THE wanton abuse of the Constituency Development Fund (CDF), as revealed by the Auditor General, is a source of concern and must be addressed seriously.

Improved Security in DRC Cheers Truck Drivers

[Times of Zambia]INTERNATIONAL truck drivers have expressed joy at the measures the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is putting in place to improve security and safety for them as they work in the neighbouring country.