[Times of Zambia]COUNCILLORS on the Copperbelt yesterday took to task Zesco officials over the power firm's decision to install prepaid meters on street lights.
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[Times of Zambia]ALL is set for the 23rd edition of Icibwela-mushi traditional ceremony of the Swaka and Lala speaking people in Central Province, organisers have said.
[Times of Zambia]THE Lusaka City Council (LCC) should be commended for taking a firm stance by rejecting trading licences of people who intend to sell food and beverages in unsanitary locations.
[Times of Zambia]THE Zambia Wildlife Authority (ZAWA) says the hunting ban on elephants and big cats is still in effect contrary to widespread reports in the media that this was not the case.
[Times of Zambia]THE search for Zambia's most prestigious beauty pageant, Miss Zambia 2014, continues with only three provinces Lusaka, Chipata and Copperbelt remaining to select representatives for the finals.
[Times of Zambia]IT has been stated before that in the process of designing buildings considerations taken into account include mainly three criteria requiring to be fulfilled.
[Times of Zambia]FOURTEEN more refugees from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) arrested in July in a raid in Lusaka have been convicted by a Lusaka magistrate's court.
[Times of Zambia]Then with little or no means of communication in terms of telephones, people with sick relatives would simply walk or cycle to a nearby hospital and ask for transport.
[Times of Zambia]UNIONISED employees at the Copperbelt University (CBU) in Kitwe have called off for their work boycott.
[Times of Zambia]ONE issue that has of late sparked debate and made headlines in the media, is the value added tax (VAT) general administrative rule number 18 that affects exporters in Zambia.