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Posts published in December 2014

Nawakwi Lashes Out At PF for Using Sata’s Image

[Zambia Reports]FDD president Edith Nawakwi has lashed out at the ruling Patriotic Front for using campaign materials bearing late President Michael Sata's portraits.

Nawakwi Lashes Out At PF for Using Sata’s Image

[Zambia Reports]FDD president Edith Nawakwi has lashed out at the ruling Patriotic Front for using campaign materials bearing late President Michael Sata's portraits.

Nawakwi Lashes Out At PF for Using Sata’s Image

[Zambia Reports]FDD president Edith Nawakwi has lashed out at the ruling Patriotic Front for using campaign materials bearing late President Michael Sata's portraits.

State Prioritises Arts

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has prioritised the development of arts and culture as this is a means of creating wealth and employment for the people.

State Prioritises Arts

[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has prioritised the development of arts and culture as this is a means of creating wealth and employment for the people.

Gone Are the Days of ‘Black Table’

[Times of Zambia]AROUND the end of the month years back, one would know that people have gotten paid because bars and council taverns were filled to capacity.

Gone Are the Days of ‘Black Table’

[Times of Zambia]AROUND the end of the month years back, one would know that people have gotten paid because bars and council taverns were filled to capacity.

Gone Are the Days of ‘Black Table’

[Times of Zambia]AROUND the end of the month years back, one would know that people have gotten paid because bars and council taverns were filled to capacity.

Numaw Petitions Govt Over Barrick-Lumwana

[Times of Zambia]THE National Union of Miners and Allied Workers (NUMAW) has petitioned Government to block Barrick-Lumwana Mine from being placed on care and maintenance by the investor, Barrick Gold Corporation.

Edgar Denounces Violence

[Times of Zambia]PATRIOTIC Front (PF) presidential candidate Edgar Lungu has denounced violence during his campaigns and called on law-enforcement agencies to arrest anyone found engaging in the vice.

Mwamba Reacts to Esther-Everline Fight

[Times of Zambia]EXODUS Boxing Promotions director Anthony Mwamba reacted with righteous disappointment to last week's column headlined "Esther's opponent a nonentity?" because the column appeared to doubt the calibre of Kenyan boxer Everline Odero who...

Musician P Jay Mourned

[Times of Zambia]BRIAN Cheengwa, popularly known as P Jay can be likened to late American Hip Hop star Nate Dogg for arguably being the most featured artiste with a vocal ability to turn almost every song into a hit.

Musician P Jay Mourned

[Times of Zambia]BRIAN Cheengwa, popularly known as P Jay can be likened to late American Hip Hop star Nate Dogg for arguably being the most featured artiste with a vocal ability to turn almost every song into a hit.

Musician P Jay Mourned

[Times of Zambia]BRIAN Cheengwa, popularly known as P Jay can be likened to late American Hip Hop star Nate Dogg for arguably being the most featured artiste with a vocal ability to turn almost every song into a hit.

Musician P Jay Mourned

[Times of Zambia]BRIAN Cheengwa, popularly known as P Jay can be likened to late American Hip Hop star Nate Dogg for arguably being the most featured artiste with a vocal ability to turn almost every song into a hit.

Kitwe Residents Riot Again

[Times of Zambia]RESIDENTS of Racecourse Township in Kitwe on Christmas Day yet again ran amok stoning vehicles after a cyclist was run over by a vehicle.

‘Replace Lost Voters’ Cards’

[Times of Zambia]LUSAKA District Electoral Officer (DEO) Alex Mwansa has appealed to voters in Lusaka District to take advantage of the one week voter's card replacement exercise that starts tomorrow, and ends on Saturday, January 3, 2015.

‘Replace Lost Voters’ Cards’

[Times of Zambia]LUSAKA District Electoral Officer (DEO) Alex Mwansa has appealed to voters in Lusaka District to take advantage of the one week voter's card replacement exercise that starts tomorrow, and ends on Saturday, January 3, 2015.