[Zambia Reports]In the eighties, law enforcement agencies led by the Zambia Police used to carry out random raids in Lusaka and some Copperbelt towns like Kitwe and Ndola. They were aimed at ridding notorious townships or compounds off what were referr...
Posts published in “Day: June 5, 2014”
[Zambia Reports]Life can be very simple if you just get yourself a hat, because a hat establishes your identity. If you have forgotten your identity and can't remember who you are or what to say, putting on your hat will help you a lot. A military hat ...
[AlertNet]Ntonga -The Barotse floodplain in western Zambia stretches into the distance, dark swamp grasses framing ripples glittering in the light of the setting sun. For half of the year this vast area of 5,500 square kilometers is flooded by the swol...
[CAJ News]Harare -A group of 12 Zambians and Zimbabweans will be in the United States as part of the Business and Entrepreneurship Exchange Programme.
[Zambia Reports]Former Secretary to the Cabinet Sketchley Sacika says President Michael Sata should avoid treating ministers like they were his personal servants.
[Zambia Reports]Former MMD chairman Michael Mabenga has advised the Michael Kaingu led faction to be more conciliatory in their tone if they still want to remain in the ruling party.
[Zambia Reports]Forum for Democracy and Development, FDD, spokesperson Antonio Mwanza says vice-president Guy Scott is being economical with the truth on the issue of Konkola Copper Mines.
[Zambia Reports]The Media Institute of Southern Africa has visited privately owned Hot FM radio station and encouraged the station to soldier on in the face of hostilities.
[Zambia Reports]Earlier today Zambia Reports published an article entitled "Police Interrogate Hot FM Presenters."
[Zambia Reports]It is folly to think that sound monetary policies alone will solve the problem of the weakening Kwacha. The reality is that the depreciation of the Kwacha is a symptom of a deeper problem in our economy.
[Zambia Reports]The following press release was issued by the Forum for Democratic Alternatives (FDA) Party.
[Times of Zambia]A MAN believed to be in his 30's in Kabwe has been electrocuted when he attempted to drain oil from newly-installed Zesco transformers in Makululu Township.
[The Herald]THE Mighty Warriors were back in training yesterday and their technical department says they want an early goal against Zambia in the African Women Championship reverse tie in Lusaka on Sunday.
[Times of Zambia]ABOUT 100 houses built on illegally acquired plots in Mindolo North Township in Kitwe have been demolished.
[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has appealed to striking unionised workers at Times Printpak Zambia Limited to resume work and warned parastatal companies against creating industrial unrest through unpaid salaries.
[Malawi News Agency]Lilongwe -Zambia's Vice President Dr. Guy Scott on Tuesday held talks with President Professor Peter Mutharika in Blantyre.
[Zambia Reports]The anti Patriotic Front Secretary General crusade in the ruling party is back with youths once again demanding the removal of the Justice Minister from his position.
[Zambia Reports]Alliance for a Better Zambia President Father Frank Bwalya has added his voice to the ongoing discourse about the depreciation of the kwacha saying merely appealing for strong fiscal discipline is being simplistic.
[Zambia Reports]Police in Kitwe's Mindolo Township have razed down over 100 houses in an operation that was conducted at the crack of dawn.
[Zambia Reports]Acting Labour Minister Chishimba Kambwili used his brief return to the ministry he was removed from to misdirect his venom towards Times Printpak Board of Management whom he has directed to pay the striking workers within 14 days.