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Posts published in “Day: October 14, 2014

Wanderers Keep Bid Alive

[Times of Zambia]'MIGHTY' Mufulira Wanderers kept their promotional bid alive after beating Lime Hotspurs to pile pressure on FAZ Division One North League leaders Forest Rangers after the Week 30 matches played.

Budgeting Process Not Yet Over

[Times of Zambia]ALTHOUGH the 2015 Budget has been presented to Parliament the budgeting processing is not over yet.

Luapula Boy Falls Off Truck

[Times of Zambia]A TEN-YEAR-OLD boy of Mwansabombwe District has died after falling from a moving light truck he was trying to cling onto.

Preventing Cholera

[Times of Zambia]CHOLERA outbreak has always caused a huge burden anywhere it occurs in the world and Zambia is no exception, especially with the?onset of the rainy season.

‘Removed Aviation Fuel Duty to Spur Growth’

[Times of Zambia]UNION Gold Zambia has praised the Government on its decision to remove five per cent customs duty on aviation fuel saying it will spur growth in tourism.

Local CSO Coalition to Monitor Mozambique Elections

[Times of Zambia]THE Zambia Electoral Alliance (ZEA), a composition of six civil society organisations, have been invited to monitor elections in Mozambique slated for tomorrow.

‘Zambia Cautious On ICT Product Imports’

[Times of Zambia]THE Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) region is leading in the Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) migration in Africa, secretariat telecommunications programmes officer George Ah-Thew has said.

Invest More in Agro Sector, Urges COMESA

[Times of Zambia]THE Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) has called for increased investment in the agricultural sector to create jobs for citizens.

How Do We Celebrate Jubilee Year?

[Times of Zambia]THE year of Jubilee is an old Jewish Custom in which slaves could be set free. Although Zambia calls for the celebration of the Jubilee, it is not in the strict sense of the Jewish custom.

Buoyant Menas Arrive

[Times of Zambia]NIGER coach Gernot Rohr says tomorrow's Morocco 2015 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) Group F qualifier against the Chipolopolo is a must win for the Menas.

Mwinilunga Farmers Sue FRA

[Times of Zambia]MWINILUNGA District Farmers' Cooperative Union has sued the Food Reserve Agency (FRA) for alleged breach of contractual obligations amounting to K833 million.

Chipolopolo Captain Sent Home Ahead of Crucial Afcon Match

[Times of Zambia]THERE was jubilation in the Chipolopolo camp after captain Christopher Katongo was sent packing from the Zambian camp for alleged misconduct as the team prepared for tomorrow's crucial Morocco 2015 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) finals.

‘It’s a Growth Budget’

[Times of Zambia]THE 2015 Budget is a growth Budget due to increase in allocations towards economic sectors.

Tresford , Clive – Zambia’s Next Google Geniuses

[Times of Zambia]THEY could become Zambia's next Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, who are authorities, world over, in computer software and internet, which is the information highway of the 21st Century.

Shepolopolo in Make or Break Tie

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBIA'S continued participation in the TN Mobile 9th Africa Women Championship will be decided today when the Shepolopolo face eight-time champions Nigeria in a must-win clash in a 17:00 hours kick off at the Sam Nujoma Stadium in Win...

Classified Grain Buyers Jump FRA Deadline

[Times of Zambia]CLASSIFIED grain buyers are still active in the maize market despite the Food Reserve Agency (FRA) having closed the crop marketing exercise last week.

School Building Materials Vanish

[Times of Zambia]BUILDING materials meant for the construction of a community school in Kabwe have gone missing.

Dangote Sues Zambia Minister Over Corruption Allegations

[Daily Trust]Dangote Cement's Zambian subsidiary has sued the country's labour minister for libel and slander after he accused an executive of the Nigerian company of attempting to bribe him.

Dangote Sues Zambian Labour Minister For Defamation

[Leadership]Dangote Cement’s Zambian subsidiary has sued the country’s labour minister for libel and slander after he accused an executive of the company of attempting to bribe him.

Game Stores Employee Testifies in Palan’s Case

[Times of Zambia]A GAME Stores Zambia employee yesterday told the court how her former workmate approached her for assistance because she could no longer put up with boss Maduramuthoo Mare Palan's sexual abuse.