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Posts published in “Day: October 17, 2014

NGOs Condemn Teen Dumping

[Times of Zambia]SOME non-governmental organisations (NGOs) have called for thorough police investigations in a case where a teenager, was last week found tied to a tree in the bush.

‘2015 Budget Solid’

[Times of Zambia]THE proposed 2015 Budget is solid and inspires hope because it has addressed most of the economic concerns for stakeholders, the?Livingstone Chamber of Commerce and Industry has said.

Nothing New in Budget – ZNFU

[Times of Zambia]THE Zambia National Farmers Union (ZNFU) has described the 2015 Budget?as "a business as usual budget" on its provisions for the agricultural sector.

We’ll Fight Hard – Janza

[Times of Zambia]CHIPOLOPOLO coach Honour Janza has vowed to fight to the end and secure Zambia's qualification to the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) finals next month.

IBA Board Unveiling a Milestone

[Times of Zambia]THE announcement of the Independent Broadcasting Authority (IBA) Board signifies another positive development in ensuring operations of the media in Zambia are conducted in a professional manner.

CFZ Disowns Kharika Phiri

[Times of Zambia]THE Chess Federation of Zambia (CFZ) has disowned Kharika Phiri, who recently issued a statement on behalf of the federation, questioning the Sports Council of Zambia's (SCZ) capability of disciplining any of its officials found wantin...

State to Meet 9,000 Cops Deficit

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has assured that it will do everything possible to ensure that it recruits more police officers to meet the more than 9,000 deficit by the year 2016.

CSO Urges Sata to Drop Rupiah Charges

[Zambia Reports]The International Institute of Democracy and Conflict Resolutions (IIDCR) has recommended that President Michael Sata drops all charges levelled against former President Rupiah Banda as part of the jubilee celebrations.