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Posts published in “Day: October 16, 2014

2015 Budget Tourism Gaps Cited

[Times of Zambia]THE Government's failure to consider some submissions for the tourism sector in the 2015 Budget will stagnate the industry's growth, Tourism Council of Zambia (TCZ) chairperson Felix Mulenga has said.

35 Ex-Workers Sue Kambwili

[Times of Zambia]THIRTY-FIVE former Mwamona Engineering Company employees in Luanshya have sued the company's managing director Chishimba Kambwili for wrongfully terminating their contracts.

Cattle Rustlers Escape Longer Jail Term

[Times of Zambia]PARLIAMENT yesterday threw out a private members motion which, if passed, would have increased the jail sentence for cattle rustlers from the current 15 to a minimum of 20 years imprisonment.

Two Cops Injured

[Times of Zambia]TWO police officers were injured in clashes with University of Zambia (UNZA) students who ran riot on Tuesday evening.

Chachacha – Ravaged Myeya Awaits Fruits of Independence

[Times of Zambia]HIDDEN 16 kilometres east off Tuta Road is Myeya, alias Lulimala, Serenje's centre for ChaChaCha, a hot spot for Zambia's independence struggle in the now Chitambo district.

UK Volunteers Arrive in Choma

[Times of Zambia]A TEAM of volunteers from the United Kingdom (UK) has arrived in Choma on a three-month working visit to support Government's delivery of quality reproductive health services to the locals.

Football Fans Infuriated By Power Blackout

[Zambia Reports]As the Zambian national football team the Chipolopolo faced off against Niger in a crucial Africa Cup qualifer, Zambia's state-owned utility Zesco Ltd. blacked out a large chunk of Lusaka.