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Posts published in “Day: October 28, 2014

Corruption in Zambia’s Oil Transport Favours International Firms

[Zambia Reports]An investigation has revealed that there is a corruption syndicate in the oil transportation sector where some senior government and Patriotic Front (PF) members are favouring foreign oil transporters to disadvantage Zambian businesses.

Food Import Scam Busted At Ministry of Defence

[Zambia Reports]A scam has been uncovered in which some Patriotic Front officials and senior Ministry of Defence officials were seeking to benefit from the import of Maize Bran and Beans from South Africa when the preferential procurement rules do not ...

CBU Students Riot

[Times of Zambia]FOUR Copperbelt University (CBU) students were yesterday apprehended following riots at the institution over unpaid meal allowances.

‘Univisa Can Improve Trade’

[Times of Zambia]THE call by the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority chief executive Karikoga Kaseke that the Southern African Development Community (SADC) countries must introduce two uniform visas to simplify travelling in the regional grouping is timely, if ...

15 Killed During Uhuru Celerations

[Times of Zambia]FIFTEEN people died in road traffic accidents recorded countrywide during Zambia's Golden Jubilee celebrations.

Cadres Attempt to Lock Up Gerry Chanda’s Office

[Times of Zambia]A GROUP of people, suspected to be PF cadres, yesterday attacked the Kanyama Constituency office, robbing people of their cell phones and money.

State Salutes Zambians

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has thanked Zambians for the peace, love and unity with which they celebrated the Golden Jubilee last Friday.

CEEC Grilled Over K4.8 Million

[Times of Zambia]THE Public Account Committee (PAC) yesterday took to task the Citizens Economic Empowerment Commission (CEEC) for failure to reconcile loan recoveries of more than K4.8 million paid by its borrowers.

Masumba Faces Contempt Charge

[Times of Zambia]CONVICTED former youth and sports deputy minister, Steven Masumba may face contempt charges if the court establishes that he authored the content of a story in which he was attacking the character of a high court judge.

Uni-Visa System to Boost Tourism – Zambian Envoy

[The Herald]The introduction of the uni-visa system between Zimbabwe and Zambia is expected to boost tourism in the two countries, Zambia's envoy, Ambassador Ndiyoi Mutiti has said.

Zambia’s Women Footballers Who Played At Africa Cup Protest

[Zambia Reports]Zambia's women national football team players have continued their protest over peanuts paid to them as allowances following their participation at the CAF African Women Championship in Namibia recently.

‘Excited’ Masumba Faces Contempt Charges

[Zambia Reports]The Supreme Court has asked convicted Mufumbwe Member of Parliament (MP) Steven Masumba to swear an affidavit that he did not cause the publication of an allegedly contemptuous article in The Post newspaper in which he allegedly attacke...

Sunday Chanda Says PF Will Defend Sata From Attacks

[Zambia Reports]Sunday Chanda, the man who ran a one-man CSO but is now a known PF cadre, says the Patriotic Front (PF) is a militant party which will stand up and defend President Sata against lies and malice in a non-violent manner but with facts.

Sichinga’s Alleged Girlfriend, Bana Nono, Attempts Suicide

[Zambia Reports]The infamous Bana Nono who made headlines across the social network the past week after allegedly leaking a secret conversation concerning the health of President Michael Sata between the two has been hospitalised after attempting to co...

CBU Students Riot Over Meal Allowances

[Zambia Reports]The Copperbelt University Students Monday afternoon fought running battles with the Zambia police when they took to the streets to express their displeasure on governments delay to pay them their meal allowance.