[PR Newswire]Lusaka, Zambia -British High Commissioner, James Thornton, will this Thursday launch a British Chamber of Commerce in Zambia. Mr Thornton said:
Posts published in “Day: February 18, 2015”
[CAF]Niger and Zambia face the prospects of elimination as the two meet in a potentially decisive fixture at the Stade Seyni Kountche in their respective second group 'A' fixture of the 2015 CAFU17 championship.
[ITC]Lusaka -Small-scale agro-food processors in Zambia can now produce better-quality packaging through the use of new testing equipment at the Packaging and Textile Laboratory of the Zambia Bureau of Standards.
[Zambia Reports]The appointment of more than one deputy minister for some ministries by President Edgar Lungu has continued to be highly topical with the Foundation for Democratic Process joining the discourse.
[Zambia Reports]Mukuba University Disciplinary Committee has With immediate effect expelled Students Union President Mumba Tebulu and His Vice.
[Zambia Reports]A leading civil society organization has questioned the heavy borrowing by government.
[Zambia Reports]MMD Die Hard Youth chairperson Bowman Lusambo has continued screaming for the attention of President Edgar Lungu as the Nevers Mumba led party slips deeper into troubled waters.
[Zambia Reports]Republican President Edgar Lungu light-heartedly poked at the job seeking lot by saying that he was aware "some of you have been seeing witchdoctors in Chawama and Kalingalinga".
[Zambia Reports]The PF government has been reminded that Zambia's new constitution will only stand the test of time and command the respect of all citizens if it is adopted through a referendum.
[Zambia Reports]Former Information Minister Mwansa Kapeya had to move quickly to distance himself from any association from embattled Director of Public Prosecution Mutembo Nchito after ZNBC aired a file clip of him with Nchito.
[Times of Zambia]PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu has directed Cabinet ministers to update Zambians on a weekly basis on important Government decisions in order to improve information flow.
[Daily News]South African Airways (SAA) has hailed the elimination of yellow fever vaccination requirement which is no longer necessary for travellers between Tanzania, Zambia and South Africa.