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Posts published in “Day: June 26, 2014

ERB Shuts 12 Filling Stations

[Times of Zambia]THE Energy Regulation Board (ERB) has with immediate effect closed 12 filling stations following country-wide inspections which revealed grave operational irregularities at the affected retail outlets.

Mulenga Sata Appointed Acting PF Secretary General

[Zambia Reports]In what seems to be a well calculated move, Acting Republican President Wynter Kabimba is reported to have secretly appointed President Michael Sata's son and Lusaka Mayor Mulenga Sata Acting Party Secretary General.

Mulenga Sata May Travel to Israel

[Zambia Reports]Zambian President Michael Sata's condition is said to have worsened and government is currently making frantic efforts to transport the President's close relatives to Israel.

East Farmers Cry for Good Policies

[Times of Zambia]AGRICULTURE remains a priority sector in achieving sustainable economic growth and reducing poverty in Zambia.

Musenge Mourns Kitwe Quarry Victims

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT is sad at the tragic death of a woman and her daughter who were buried alive in a trench they were excavating stones for crushing in Kitwe.

Pupil Pregnancies Dishearten Kambwili

[Times of Zambia]YOUTH, Sport and Child Development Minister Chishimba Kambwili has said reports of teachers impregnating school girls are sad and unacceptable.

Lawyer Wants Case Against 3 UPND MPs Dismissed

[Times of Zambia]LAWEYER representing three United Party for National Development (UPND) Members of Parliament serving in Government has asked the Lusaka High Court to throw out an action by the party challenging President Michael Sata's decision to ap...

Lungu Acquaints With Kabwe Barracks

[Times of Zambia]THE decision by Government, through the Ministry of Defence, to embark on a tour and hold meetings with the men and women in uniforms has brought hope on their future as they continue to defend the country.

Uba Targets to Reach 12,000 Clients This Year

[Times of Zambia]THE United Bank for Africa (UBA) has projected to double its clientele to 12,000 from 6,000 this year as a result of the various electronic banking platform embarked on.

Weed Out Corrupt Cops Now!

[Times of Zambia]THE Longman dictionary of contemporary English defines corruption as the dishonest, illegal or immoral behaviour, especially from someone with power.

Zambezi Portland Defends Chiwala Housing Project

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBEZI Portland has defended its decision to build 127 houses in Chief Chiwala's area, saying it is a resettlement plan that was agreed upon with the authorities before the plant was set up.

Kansanshi Mine Records Fatality-Free Shifts

[Times of Zambia]KANSANSHI Mine in Solwezi has reached a safety milestone, achieving six million fatality-free shifts, general manager Sean Whittome has said.

Mpongwe Residents Cry for Filling Station

[Times of Zambia]THE Mpongwe District Council has said access to fuel in the area is still a challenge and has called for investment in petroleum filling stations.

Far Away From 2015 MDGs?

[Times of Zambia]ACCESS to water and sanitation facilities in Zambia is low particularly in rural areas.

Airtel Unveils Social Responsibility Initiative

[Times of Zambia]AIRTEL Networks Zambia has launched its 17 days of Corporate Social Responsibility aimed at providing support to the community where it has been operating for many years.

Nakambala End Nkana’s Unbeaten Run

[Times of Zambia]STRIKER Friday Konga scored the only goal as Nakambala Leopards yesterday ended Nkana's unbeaten run during a Week Six MTN-FAZ Premier League rescheduled encounter played in Mazabuka.