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Posts published in “Day: June 3, 2014

Chato Cites Challenges Facing Illiterate Inmates

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA Prisons Service Commissioner Percy Chato has said illiterate prisoners find it difficult to respond to rehabilitation programmes or delay to appreciate character building activities.

Beaumelle Declares Squad Ready

[Times of Zambia]CHIPOLOLOPOLO coach Patrice Beaumelle has declared the team ready to face Japan this weekend in an international friendly match and has also justified the inclusion of an injured James Chamanga in the squad.

UN Awards Two Zambian Peacekeepers Dag Medal

[Times of Zambia]THE United Nations (UN) has honoured two fallen Zambian peacekeepers with the Dag Hammarskjöld medal posthumously for their gallantly.

Respect Presidency!

[Times of Zambia]WORLD over, the Presidency is an office of great significance that must always be accorded the due decorum for the holder to discharge functions diligently.

It Specialist in Court for Bigamy

[Times of Zambia]A LUSAKA-BASED Information Technology (IT) specialist has appeared in the Lusaka magistrates' court on a charge of bigamy to which he pleaded not guilty.

Three Put On Defence for Murder

[Times of Zambia]THE Kitwe High Court has put three men on their defence after they were found with a case to answer for aggravated robbery and brutal murder of a taxi driver whose body was later dumped at a cemetery.

Musonda Misses Nkana Trip

[Times of Zambia]EXCITING Nkana midfielder Shadreck Musonda has been left out of the squad that left for Tunisia yesterday for this weekend CAF 2014 Confederation Cup Group B match against Etoile du Sahel.

Kalu Rubbishes Bribe Claims

[Times of Zambia]FOOTBALL Association of Zambia (FAZ) president, Kalusha Bwalya has been named as being among 30 African administrators, who allegedly received illegal payments from disgraced Asian football official, Mohamed Bin Hammam to support the c...

Help Market Zambia, Mission Heads Told

[Times of Zambia]VICE-PRESIDENT Guy Scott has urged heads of Zambian missions abroad to take advantage of Zambia's friendly status and attractiveness to market it in countries of accreditation.

Over 70 Chibolya Residents in Court Today

[Zambia Reports]Over 70 Chibolya residents arrested during last week's operation will have their day in court today after the case failed to take off on Monday.

Flashback – Hammam Courts Faz for Fifa Job

[Zambia Reports]FAZ president Kalusha Bwalya's alleged corrupt activities were laid bare by UK's Sunday Times with emails between the former international star and Qatar official Mohammed Bin Hammam's team revealing he solicited bribes to help influenc...

Police Nods UPND’s Mandevu Rally

[Zambia Reports]The Zambia Police may have shed off part of the negative publicity around their selective application of the Public Order Act by giving the opposition UPND the right to hold a public rally in Mandevu on Sunday.

Guy Scott Confesses New Constitution Fears

[Zambia Reports]Vice-President Guy Scott has confessed that the Patriotic Front government is uncomfortable with the clause allowing the appointment of cabinet outside parliament.

Barotse Leaders Tell Off PF Minister Siamunene

[Zambia Reports]Western Province Minister Richwell Siamunene learnt the hard way on his visit to the kuta (traditional gathering of elders and indunas) that the locals are still angry at the lack of development in the area.

DBZ Ready to Finance ZCF Milling Plants

[Times of Zambia]THE Development Bank of Zambia(DBZ) is interested in funding the Zambia Cooperative Federation (ZCF) which requires a total of K49 million to set up three milling plants in the country.

TAZARA, ZRL to Benefit From U.S. $1 Billion Bond

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT intends to release part of the recently secured US$1 billion sovereign bond to Tanzania Zambia Railway Authority (TAZARA) and Zambia Railways Limited (ZRL) to improve operations and infrastructure.

MPs Urged to Forgo K500, 000 Gratuity

[Zambia Reports]Members of Parliament are taking the spotlight with their K500, 000 midterm gratuity due raising voices of protest among the citizenry.