[Southern Africa Trust]The Southern Africa Trust is calling for nominations from individuals and organisations who are changing lives or those who know of someone who is, for the Drivers of Change 2014 Awards.
Posts published in “Day: August 14, 2014”
[Dalsan Radio]Human Rights Official said Human Rights Watch will soon probe whether the rights of Somali refugees at Chaisa Camp in Zambia were violated.
[Zambia Reports]The Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection has questioned why the Patriotic Front government is keen on recruiting more soldiers when they have frozen recruitment in other sectors.
[Zambia Reports]Former Luapula Province Minister Besa Chimbaka says the region is the least developed despite having voted for the Patriotic Front overwhelmingly in the 2011 general elections.
[Zambia Reports]Zimbabwe has moved to defend the imminent takeover of the chairmanship for the Southern African Development Community by their long standing despotic leader Robert Mugabe.
[Zambia Reports]Professor Muna Ndulo has advised Zambians to not only demand for the draft constitution but also tie it to a referendum.
[Times of Zambia]MORE than 600 foreigners, mainly Somalis suspected to be prohibited immigrants, were in the early hours of yesterday rounded up by a combined team of officers from the Immigration Department, Drug-Enforcement Commission (DEC) and Polic...
[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA yesterday bounced back from a demoralising defeat to Rwanda with a seven wickets win over Mozambique at the ongoing 2014 Pepsi International Cricket Council (ICC) Africa Under-19 Division-Two tournament in Lusaka.
[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA'S Human Development Index (HDI) on the global level has this year significantly improved, moving 26 points upwards, according to the latest United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) HDI report.
[Times of Zambia]MPIKA Day Secondary School kept their nerve to reach the semi finals of the 2014 Copa Coca-Cola Schools where they face an impressive Highrige Secondary School for a place in the final tomorrow.
[Times of Zambia]THE Zambia Federation of University and College Sport (ZAFUCS) has raised about K1 million towards hosting of the 17thedition of the Confederation of University and College Sports Association (CUCSA) Zone Six Games to be held in Lusaka.
[Times of Zambia]THE Zambia Sports Fans Association (ZASOFA) is organising about 500 soccer fans to cheer the Under-20 national team that plays Malawi on Saturday in a Senegal 2015 Africa Youth Championship final round, first leg qualifier.
[Times of Zambia]FOOTBALL Association of Zambia (FAZ) president Kalusha Bwalya is happy that Zambia has met the expectations of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) inspection team in view of the country's bid to host the 2019 Africa Cup of Nati...
[Times of Zambia]CHESS Federation of Zambia (CFZ) president, Lewis Ncube has landed the Africa Chess Union (ACC) top position after the elections held during the 2014 World Chess Federation (WCF) general assembly in Tromso, Norway.
[Times of Zambia]THE Food Reserve Agency (FRA) is close to reaching the targeted 500,000 tonnes of maize it is expected to buy during this marketing season.
[Times of Zambia]THE Lusaka High Court has ordered for an inter parte hearing next Tuesday in a matter in which losing Patriotic Front (PF) candidate in the 2011 election Christerbel Ngimbu is asking the court to halt the Zambezi West by-election slate...
[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has reaffirmed its commitment to empowering the youths by availing them with economic programmes such mining ventures.
[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT will maintain the policy of allowing local farmers to export their agricultural produce, Agriculture and Livestock Minister, Wylbur Simuusa has said.
[Times of Zambia]CALM has returned to Mangango Constituency in Western Province after recent clashes among political parties participating in the parliamentary by-election slated for August 19.
[Zambia Reports]The toxic Patriotic Front more jobs promise seems to be back to haunt them with hundreds of Kabwe residents marching to the provincial administration offices demanding more jobs.