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Posts published in “Day: September 22, 2014

M’membe’s PF Confession – Let’s Share the Honey

[Zambia Reports]Post Editor Fred M'membe has stepped up his cry baby antics as his stake in the ruling Patriotic Front is being squeezed out by now publicly demanding more recognition.

Hugh Masekela the Great Trumpeter

[Times of Zambia]YESTERDAY and today Jazz and music lovers are being treated to a rare but rich festival that is being seen in Zambia for the first time.

Man, 51, Wounds Wife’s Private Parts, Locks Her Up

[Times of Zambia]THE Ndola Local Court has heard how a 51-year-old man of Pamodzi Township wounded his wife's private parts before locking her up in the house so that she could not report the matter to the police.

Confusion Rocks Apostles Church Over Tithe

[Times of Zambia]CONFUSION has emerged in the Apostles Church over the administration of tithe with some members accusing their leader, Bishop Josia Sibanda of personalising church collections.

Sata Leaves for UN Indaba

[Times of Zambia]PRESIDENT Michael Sata and his delegation will participate in the general debate of the United Nations (UN) General Assembly which has drawn leaders from across the globe.

Fake Kwacha Notes Land Man in Jail

[Times of Zambia]A KALOMO businessexecutive has been jailed by the Choma magistrate's court to three-years with hard labour for having K1, 000 in fake K100 notes.

Fake Kwacha Notes Land Man in Jail

[Times of Zambia]A KALOMO businessexecutive has been jailed by the Choma magistrate's court to three-years with hard labour for having K1, 000 in fake K100 notes.

Power Project to Spur East Growth

[Times of Zambia]TBEA Company Limited has said the construction of 330kV power transmission project at a cost of US$330 million will spur economic development in Eastern Province.

Make Staple Food Affordable

[Times of Zambia]MAIZE is Zambia's staple food which, therefore, should be affordable to all and sundry.

Are Your Juniors a Threat to Your Position?

[Times of Zambia]In the process of some juniors becoming more marketable on a competitive labour market, some workers are amassing more better qualifications, performing relatively better than their superiors; making the latter to be more worried about...

67 ‘Aliens’ Netted

[Times of Zambia]MORE than 60 Somali and Ethiopian suspected illegal immigrants have been intercepted in Kapiri Mposhi.

State Starts K9 Million MUF School Construction

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has embarked on the construction of the first-ever secondary school in Kansuswa Township in Mufulira at a cost of K9 million.

State Ready to Help Investors

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT is ready to assist investors achieve their objectives provided they are in line with its efforts to achieve inclusive economic growth, Copperbelt Minister Mwenya Musenge has said.

Column Clocks Two Years

[Times of Zambia]YOUR favourite column has clocked two years today since its inception. We mark the second anniversary of our literary journey by publishing a select few summarised sample stories that made the column tick. The editor thanks everyone of...

Wina’s GBV Calls Spot On

[Times of Zambia]Hardly a day passes without stories in the media being carried that a woman, girl or child has been abused.

UN Faces More Challenges

[Times of Zambia]THE United Nations (UN) has employed sustained efforts to make the work of the General Assembly more focused as World leaders converge at the headquarters for the 69th session.

Are the Gods to Blame in Mufulira

[Times of Zambia]MUFULIRA Arts Council (MAC) at the little theatre behind the hosting a successful inaugural summit of the Copperbelt Theatre Arts Promoters (CTAP) meeting last weekend, besides, has set Are the Gods to Blame, a play for public performa...

State Didn’t Gag Media – Katema

[Times of Zambia]THE Government has distanced itself from the barring of journalists from private media houses from covering the official opening of the Fourth Session of the 11th National Assembly by President Michael Sata last Friday.

Sata Arrives in U.S.

[Times of Zambia]PRESIDENT Michael Sata arrived here yesterday for the 69th session of the United Nations (UN) General Assembly where he will join other Heads of States in the general debate and other deliberations.