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Posts published in “Day: August 29, 2014

Ndola Vendors Choke Shop Corridors

[Times of Zambia]NDOLA shop corridors have now become an extension of shops as they are clogged with vendors of shoes, salaula and food stuffs.

Proflight Cuts Fares for Young

[Times of Zambia]PROFLIGHT Zambia has reduced air fares for young flyers, giving children even more opportunity to explore Zambia.

Truckers Still Stuck At Kazungula

[Times of Zambia]SOME trucks coming from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) en-route to South Africa are still stranded at Kazungula Border because Botswana authorities refused them entry into that country due to fears of the Ebola virus.

Typhoid Kills 4 On C/B

[Times of Zambia]FOUR people have died from typhoid on the Copperbelt this year, Provincial Permanent Secretary Howard Sikwela has said.

Kombats Builds Good Morals Through Lyrics

[Times of Zambia]HAVING worked with big artistes such as Nasty D, Martin Mushinge is steadily proving to be a force to reckon with.

German Artiste to Grace Tosh Memorial Gig

[Times of Zambia]WHAT most Zambian reggae disciples of the late reggae legendary Peter Tosh knew was that they would only skank to the local tunes as there was no international artiste lined up for the memorial gig.

Masekela, Mtukudzi, Dikana Showpiece Set

[Times of Zambia]ENTHRAL jazz lovers will next month have a rare treat when music legends Hugh Masekela, Oliver Mtukudzi and Zonke Dikana come to perform in Zambia.

Zamtel Waters N/West

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA Telecommunication Company (ZAMTEL) has handed over eight boreholes in North-Western Province as part of their Water for Life corporate social responsibility programme.

It’s Big Brother Hotshots!

[Times of Zambia]IN exactly nine days time, Africa will turn its eyes to the ninth season of the most watched and followed reality show, Big Brother Africa as it returns on Sunday with an exciting and charming theme Hotshots!

Kabimba Sacked From Cabinet and Patriotic Front

[Zambia Reports]Justice minister Wynter Kabimba has been fired, a statement read on the state owned ZNBC this afternoon quoting presidential spokesperson George Chellah has announced.

Vubwi Braces for Political Violence

[Zambia Reports]Political party youths from various political parties in Vubwi have vowed to continue with peaceful and vigorous campaigns despite the current heavy presence and intimidation by Patriotic Front (PF) cadres who have been transported from...

Goodbye, Wynter. Goodbye, Political Immaturity

[Zambia Reports]The fired and retired Hon. Wynter Kabimba, the man that found pomp and splendor and an inflated ego of extreme self-importance, the man that has never won an election in his entire political career, failing twice as MP in his home town ...

Zambians “Celebrate” Justice Minister’s Firing

[Zambia Reports]As news broke that Patriotic Front Secretary General and Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba had been fired, numerous residents and marketeers in Lusaka's Central Business District were observed celebrating, according to our correspondent.

Banda Forgives Kabimba for Immunity Removal

[Zambia Reports]Former President Rupiah Banda says he has forgiven Former Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba for advocating for the removal of his immunity.

‘Nevers Should Have Accounted for Money’

[Times of Zambia]A WITNESS from the Auditor General's office yesterday told a Lusaka magistrates' court that the money MMD president Nevers Mumba is alleged to have stolen while serving as a diplomat in Canada was public money which should have been ac...

Badminton Team Eliminated

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA's dreams of minting a medal at the on-going Badminton Confederation of Africa (BCA) Under-15 Africa Championship in Uganda in the teams' event were dashed following three straight defeats.

COSSASA Games Start

[Times of Zambia]THE Confederation of Southern Africa Schools Sports Association (COSSASA) ball games got underway in Lusaka yesterday with a call from Government for the organisers to include physically challenged pupils in the competition.

Zambia Earns Kudos On PMTCT Gains

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA has been cited by the United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) as one of the top seven best performing countries in the world in Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission (PMTCT).