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Posts published in “Day: April 3, 2014

Mealie Meal Prices to Remain High

[Zambia Reports]The Millers Association of Zambia says mealie meal prices will continue going up because the economic fundamentals in the country are in disarray.

Opinion – Muzungu Opusa – Guy Scott’s Inconsistencies

[Zambia Reports]On May 16, 2013 Vice-President Guy Scott challenged Zambians to vote the ruling Patriotic Front government out of office if they think it was not delivering. This statement - Vote PF Out If They Fail-Scott - was a screaming headline in ...

Sata Not for Constitution Dialogue – Pukuta Mwanza

[Zambia Reports]Evangelical Fellowship of Zambia Executive Director Reverend Pukuta Mwanza says President Michael Sata has been shunning the three church mother bodies in their attempt to meet him over pressing national matters.

Opinion – UPND Hits Back At Lucky Mulusa

[Zambia Reports]We fail where to start from because we consider Lucky Mulusa a comrade in the fight against injustice and oppression which we are subjected to under this PF government.

Zam Calls for Incentives to Penetrate Agoa

[Times of Zambia]The Zambia Association of Manufacturers (ZAM) has called for incentives that will improve Zambia's chances of penetrating the Africa Growth Opportunity Act (AGOA) apparel market.

African Leaders Agree to Fight Terrorism

[Times of Zambia]ON February 28, heads of State and Government officials gathered in Nigeria's capital, Abuja to celebrate that country's 100 years of existence.

Chinese FDI in Zambia Hits $2.6 Billion

[Times of Zambia]CHINA'S Foreign Direct Investments (FDIs) in Zambia has accumulated to US$2.6 billion with more than 500 Chinese companies investing in various sectors of the country's economy.

Govt Devotion to Forensic Lab Welcome

[Times of Zambia]A FORENSIC Laboratory is a major cog in the wheel puzzle, if Zambia is to combat sophisticated crime as well as resolving vexing cases using Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) analysis.

Thousands Bid Farewell to Top Coach Keagan Mumba

[Zambia Reports]Former Zanaco coach Keagan Mumba was yesterday laid to rest with hundreds, if not thousands, paying their last respects at Chawama grounds and Leopards Hill Memorial Park.

MMD’s Nyangu Warns Lusambo

[Times of Zambia]MMD acting national secretary Chembe Nyangu has reiterated that there is no structure in the party called 'Die Hard Youth Wing.'

Siamunene Sues State

[Times of Zambia]COMMERCE Deputy Minister Richwell Siamunene has sued Government over a decision to cancel ownership of a piece of land which he says legally belongs to him.

Delayed UTH Forensic Lab Works Worry Simbyakula

[Times of Zambia]HOME Affairs Minister Ngosa Simbyakula has lashed out at a committee instituted to supervise the construction of the forensic laboratory at the University Teaching Hospital (UTH).

PF Govt Creates 300,000 Jobs

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has created more than 300,000 jobs since the Patriotic Front (PF) came into office, Acting President Alexander Chikwanda has said.

Opinion – Markets Don’t Lie

[Zambia Reports]In the Finance and Investment world, There is one belief that we all hold constant, and that belief is the fact that the behavior of the Market is the ultimate indicators of the investment climate of a country.

‘Africa-EU Ties Key’

[Times of Zambia]Brussels -THE fourth European Union (EU)-Africa Summit opened here in Brussels yesterday with European Commission, President Jose Manuel Barroso emphasising the need for Africa and Europe to strengthen ties and expand trade.

Kalaki’s Korner – Action Man in Brussels

[Zambia Reports]I know you're all waiting to hear the news of what I've been doing in Brussels, and how I am representing my country at the centre of power of the European Union.

Adhere to Labour Laws, Govt Urges Investor

[Times of Zambia]Government has directed China Jiangxi International Corporation (CJIC) to adhere to Zambian labour laws, including paying workers the recommended minimum wage.

Freedom Elates Ruth’s Uncle

[Times of Zambia]Slain National Institute of Public Administration (NIPA) student, Ruth Mbandu's uncle, George Kalomo has said he has regained his freedom because he kept faith in God even during almost two years of incarcerated