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Posts published in “Day: February 5, 2015

AFDB Praise Late Kwesiga

[Times of Zambia]THE African Development Bank (AfDB) will remember late resident representative Freddie Kwesiga for the unprecedented mobilisation and leveraging of investment resources with the Zambian portfolio reaching US$750 million.

AFDB Praise Late Kwesiga

[Times of Zambia]THE African Development Bank (AfDB) will remember late resident representative Freddie Kwesiga for the unprecedented mobilisation and leveraging of investment resources with the Zambian portfolio reaching US$750 million.

Ndola Court Official Assaults General Worker

[Times of Zambia]UNIONISED Judicial workers in Ndola are up in arms against High Court Deputy Registrar Kelvin Limbani for allegedly beating up a fellow member of staff at the work place.

Ndola Court Official Assaults General Worker

[Times of Zambia]UNIONISED Judicial workers in Ndola are up in arms against High Court Deputy Registrar Kelvin Limbani for allegedly beating up a fellow member of staff at the work place.

Guard Gets 25 Years for Sodomy

[Times of Zambia]THE Kitwe High Court has sentenced a security guard to 25 years imprisonment with hard labour for sodomising a seven-year-old boy.

Social Cash Transfer Benefits C/B Families

[Times of Zambia]ABOUT 4,000 incapacitated families on the Copperbelt Province have so far benefited from the Social Cash Transfer Scheme.

‘Subject More Convicts to Community Service’

[Times of Zambia]THE Zambia Law Development Commission (ZLDC) is developing a draft Bill that will see more convicts subjected to community service rather than incarceration to assist reduce torture in prisons arising from inhuman conditions.

‘Subject More Convicts to Community Service’

[Times of Zambia]THE Zambia Law Development Commission (ZLDC) is developing a draft Bill that will see more convicts subjected to community service rather than incarceration to assist reduce torture in prisons arising from inhuman conditions.

Nkana Ready for Zambia Open

[Times of Zambia]THE Sunshine Tour has said Nkana Golf Club in Kitwe is as good as set to host the 2015 Mopani Copper Mines/Redpath Mining Zambia Open Golf Championship with about 90 per cent of preparations already done.

UNWTO Extols Zambia Tourism Drive

[Times of Zambia]THE United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) has praised the Zambian Government for continued efforts to develop the tourism sector.

UNWTO Extols Zambia Tourism Drive

[Times of Zambia]THE United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) has praised the Zambian Government for continued efforts to develop the tourism sector.

Millers Give Condition for Price Reduction

[Times of Zambia]THE Millers Association of Zambia (MAZ) president Allan Sakala has said mealie-meal prices will only come down once transporters reduced transportation costs.

Millers Give Condition for Price Reduction

[Times of Zambia]THE Millers Association of Zambia (MAZ) president Allan Sakala has said mealie-meal prices will only come down once transporters reduced transportation costs.

Boy (12) Narrates How Mum Axed Dad

[Times of Zambia]A TWELVE-YEAR-OLD boy yesterday narrated how his mother axed his father following a misunderstanding.

Boy (12) Narrates How Mum Axed Dad

[Times of Zambia]A TWELVE-YEAR-OLD boy yesterday narrated how his mother axed his father following a misunderstanding.

Cargill Buys U.S$25 Million Zamanita

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBEEF Products has agreed to sale its wholly owned subsidiary Zamanita Limited to Cargill Holdings at a cost of US$25.7 million.

Cargill Buys U.S$25 Million Zamanita

[Times of Zambia]ZAMBEEF Products has agreed to sale its wholly owned subsidiary Zamanita Limited to Cargill Holdings at a cost of US$25.7 million.

Supersonic Workers Protest Over Salaries

[Times of Zambia]WORKERS at Livingstone's timber company, Supersonic International Limited, have protested over non-payment of salaries for 12 months.

Supersonic Workers Protest Over Salaries

[Times of Zambia]WORKERS at Livingstone's timber company, Supersonic International Limited, have protested over non-payment of salaries for 12 months.