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Posts published in “Day: July 21, 2014

Solwezi Destitution Worries JCTR

[Zambia Reports]The Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection (JCTR) says that the destitution around the mining town of Solwezi shows that the giant mining firms have done little to help the locals in the areas they operate.

Hichilema Attributes High Mealie Meal Prices to Poor PF Planning

[Zambia Reports]Opposition United Party for National Development (UPND) president Hakainde Hichilema says the poor maize marketing season by the Patriotic Front government is haunting the Zambian people through high mealie meal prices.

Guy Scott to Issue Constitution Statement On Wednesday

[Zambia Reports]The grand coalition on the constitution say they do not expect anything landmark on Wednesday when Vice President Guy Scott issues a statement on the constitution in parliament.

Laura Miti Blasts Sata for Kazimu SA Visit

[Zambia Reports]Political commentator Laura Miti has blasted President Michael Sata's hollywood styled trip to South Africa on Saturday where he had gone to visit his adult son, Kazimu, at Millpark Hospital in Johannesburg where he is admitted after be...

Tazara Up for Changes

[EA Business]Dar es Salaam -Tanzania and Zambia who jointly run the Tanzania-Zambia Railway Authority (TAZARA) have decided to regionalize their operations.

ERB Summons 30 OMCs

[Times of Zambia]THE Energy Regulation Board (ERB) has summoned 30 oil marketing companies to appear before the regulator to answer for breach of the board's licence conditions.

Teacher Nabbed for Battering Boss

[Times of Zambia]POLICE in Lusaka have arrested a teacher at Roma Girls Secondary School who severely beat up his head teacher for locking up his house, over failure by the teacher to pay rentals.

National Airline Benefits Plenty

[Times of Zambia]A TECHNICAL committee tasked to oversee the formation of a national airline has finalised its work and the document is currently before Cabinet for consideration.

More ZRL Jobs Coming

[Times of Zambia]MORE people will benefit from the ongoing Zambia Railways Limited (ZRL)'s rehabilitation works after the Government directed the company to award contracts to cooperatives to undertake the works.

BP Case Goes for Assessment

[Times of Zambia]THE matter in which 236 former BP workers, who sued and won their case for unpaid pension benefits, will go for assessment next month before High Court deputy registrar Charles Kafunda.

Bandits Ambush Mikomfwa Clinic

[Times of Zambia]EIGHT robbers armed with knives and planks attacked a clinic in Luanshya's Mikomfwa Township and got away with a television, mobile phones, and cash.

Gwembe Chief Clamps Down On Early Marriages

[Times of Zambia]CHIEF Chipepo of Gwembe District has directed his headmen to immediately effect arrests on all men who have married underage girls in his area.

Changala Submits Complaint Against Judge Chali

[Zambia Reports]Activist Brebner Changala, who has recently been in the news for leading the legal effort to compel the government to disclose the president's health status, has filed a complaint before the judicial complaints authority against Judge I...

Grading Zambia’s Presidents – Kenneth Kaunda

[Zambia Reports]Faced with the current state of our economy there is need to reflect on what has gone wrong to our promising young nation. A nation that was fourth richest in Africa at the time of independence in 1964. With a per capital income higher ...

Women Deserve to Be Appreciated

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIAN women are caring by nature, they are mothers to everyone, regardless of the biological connections.

Inonge Salutes Zambian Women

[Times of Zambia]GENDER and Child Development Minister Inonge Wina has saluted Zambian women for their resilience in pursuit of a better Zambia.

Zawa to Face Law Over K3.9 Million Contract

[Times of Zambia]MUCHINGA Wild Game Capture Services says it has resolved to take legal action against Zambia Wildlife Authority (ZAWA) over the K3.9 million animal translocation contract.