[Zambia Reports]Alliance for a Better Zambia (ABZ) president Father Frank Bwalya has continued his small beginning promoting his message of serving the poor at a Chingola rally.
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[Times of Zambia]HOME Affairs Deputy Minister Stephen Kampyongo has urged the private sector to partner with Government to improve the conditions in various prisons across the country.
[This Day]Abuja -Nigeria failed to sparkle at the maiden edition of the Africa Golf Confederation President's Cup which holed out on Friday at Nkana Golf Club, Kitwe, Zambia by finishing last in the eight-nation tournament. Promising starlets, Jeff Ina...
[Times of Zambia]MORE than 170 employees at Sable Zinc Mine in Kabwe are set to lose their jobs following the placing of the company on care and maintenance due to the withholding of K64 million VAT refund by the Zambia Revenue Authority.
[Times of Zambia]FIRST Lady Christine Kaseba has said Africa must start thinking of feeding its people and the entire world.
[This Day]Access Bank Plc has disclosed plans to increase its presence in Ghana, Zambia and Rwanda in the next three years.
[Zambia Reports]Zambia's fourth Republican president Rupiah Banda spent the weekend witnessing the coronation of 29-year-old Malawian traditional chief Mkhosi Jere, first born son of the late M'mbelwa the fourth.
[Zambia Reports]The embattled owner of the Post Newspapers Fred M'membe and his business partner Director of Public Prosecutions Mutembo Nchito have attempted to apply for US$11 million from Barclays Bank.
[Zambia Reports]The well known love affair between the fallen Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba and the Post Newspaper was on full public display during Friday night's presentation of the Lucy Sichone/Bright Mwape Award to veteran broadcaster Mateo Phiri.
[Zambia Reports]The conviction of People's Democratic Party (PDP) President George Mpombo by Lusaka High Court implies that he cannot contest the 2016 elections either as a parliamentarian or republican president until after five years.