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Posts published in “Day: October 6, 2014

One Air Force General Convicted, Two Acquitted

[Zambia Reports]Former Zambia Air Force (ZAF) Commander Lt. Gen. Andrew Sakala has been found guilty with the offence of theft by public servant involving K1.5m (K1.5b old currency) but his co- accused, former Zambia Army (ZA) Commander Lt. Gen. Wisdom...

No Economic Benefits for Listing Zambia Kwacha On JSE

[Zambia Reports]This article was written by Mawano Kambeu an Entrepreneur, Finance and Investment Specialist now living in Zambia having spent 10 years working in the United States as an Investment specialist for one of the largest financial companies ...

ZRA Raid On Post Long Overdue

[Zambia Reports]Things have been happening very quickly, much too fast for Fred M'membe's liking.

Eiz to Unveil Inspectorate Wing

[Times of Zambia]THE Engineering Institution of Zambia (EIZ) has assured of improved compliance levels within the engineering profession once the inspectorate wing is set up next year.

Vision for Economic Change Worthy

[Times of Zambia]THE Patriotic Front (PF) Government seems to be on track regarding development of value chain projects around the country's provincial centres.

‘Ndola Youths Find Dagga Fashionable’

[Times of Zambia]YOUNG men in Ndola have found smoking marijuana fashionable, Ndola Chief Resident Magistrate Paul Chisha has said.

‘Innovate Suitable Financial Products for Farmers’

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has urged banks and other financial lending institutions to develop suitable financial products that will meet the needs of farmers and agro-processors.

Muf Man (65) Axed to Death

[Times of Zambia]A SIXTY-FIVE-YEAR-OLD man of Mufulira has been axed to death by a suspected mentally ill man.

East Acc Steps Up Graft Fight

[Times of Zambia]THE Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) is targeting the participation of young people in the fight against corruption.

East MP Bemoans Classroom Shortage

[Times of Zambia]MOST Children in Vubwi District in the Eastern Province are learning from tobacco sheds due to inadequate schools and classroom blocks.

Barclays Pledges Support to Rural SMEs

[Times of Zambia]BARCLAYS Bank has supported more than 10,000 Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) countrywide and pledges to enhance financial inclusion particularly in the rural areas.

Don’t Gag Those Advocating My Comeback, Urges Rupiah

[Zambia Reports]Former Republican president Rupiah Banda says people advocating for his political comeback should not be barred from expressing their opinions stressing that the final decision lies with him.

LGAZ Indaba Advises On CDF

[Times of Zambia]THE Local Government Association of Zambia (LGAZ) and Alliance of Mayors and Municipal Leaders Initiative for Community Action on HIV/AIDS at Local Level (AMICAALL) have recommended that five per cent of the Constituency Development Fu...

Poor Munsaka – the Unza Suicide Heroine

[Zambia Reports]No one deserves to die the Munsaka Mukwamba way - that 19-year-old University of Zambia (UNZA) prospective candidate whose most-sought-after dream for a major life breakthrough came to a crashing end after she was denied bursary to purs...

Four Defiled Teens Pregnant

[Times of Zambia]FOUR teenage girls in Kitwe fell pregnant last month after being defiled in separate cases, one of them involving incest, the Young Women Christian Association (YWCA) has said.

PF Provocative, Charges UPND

[Zambia Reports]Opposition UPND has issued a statement on the abduction of its civic leaders by ruling Patriotic Front officials warning that such as are provocative.

Muvi TV Adds 6 Channels

[Zambia Reports]Private owned television station Muvi TV general manager Costa Mwansa has issued a statement announcing the addition of six channels to its bouquet bring the number to 12.

Comesa Trade Soars

[Times of Zambia]TRADE between the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) and the rest of the world grew from US$240 billion in 2011 to US$262 billion in 2012.

Minister Castigates Staff Shunning Field Work

[Times of Zambia]PATRIOTIC Front Mansa Central Member of Parliament Chitalu Chilufya has accused some civil servants in his constituency of shunning field work in preference to operating from the comfort of their offices.