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Posts published in “Day: September 18, 2014


[Times of Zambia]THE Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) and the Transparency International Zambia (TIZ) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding?to jointly fund this year's Zambia Bribe Payers Index (ZBPI).

‘Heroes Stadium Not Ready’

[Times of Zambia]MINISTER of Sports Chishimba Kambwili has announced that all the remaining Morocco 2015 Africa Cup qualifier games will be played at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium in Ndola to avoid disturbing works at Lusaka's Heroes Stadium.

Job Creation Indaba Held

[Times of Zambia]THE Zambia Institute for Policy Analysis and Research (ZIPAR) and the?Poverty Reduction, Equity and Growth Network (PEGNet) will, starting from today, host a two-day high-level conference on employment creation in developing countries.

3 Mansa Kids Go Missing

[Times of Zambia]THREE children, aged seven, five and one-year-nine-months old have gone missing in Mushipashi Farm area in Chief Matanda's area in Mansa.

Coming Kazungula Bridge Elates LCCI

[Times of Zambia]THE Livingstone Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has been elated by the imminent construction of the Kazungula Bridge, saying the move will increase revenue for the country.

ZAAA, FAZ to Confer Over Kabange Mupopo

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA Amateur Athletics Association (ZAAA) president Elias Mpondela says his association will soon meet with Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) to discuss management of Kabange Mupopo, who is a runner and women soccer team captain.

15 Chinese Biz Tycoons to Invest in Muf

[Times of Zambia]FIFTEEN Chinese business executives representing various companies?have expressed interest of investing in Mufulira District which is one?of the mineral-rich areas of the Copperbelt Province.

Wina Urges PF Unity

[Times of Zambia]PARTIOTIC Front (PF) national chairperson Inonge Wina has called for unity among party members to harness co-existence in the ruling party.

‘No Zambian in Nigeria Church Accident’

[Times of Zambia]FOREIGN Affairs Minister Harry Kalaba has said he has not received any information suggesting that Zambians were among the dead following the collapse of a hostel owned by renowned Nigerian Prophet TB Joshua lastweek.