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Posts published in “Day: March 21, 2015

New BoZ Chief Moves to Curb Kwacha Drop

[Zambia Reports] BANK of Zambia (BoZ) Governor Denny Kalyalya says the central bank will take necessary measures to curb the depreciation of the Kwacha.

Pressure Mounts for Soccer to Halt Lifetime President

[Zambia Reports] Pressure is mounting in the Zambian soccer circles to halt alleged attempts by the country's football association president Kalusha Bwalya installed as lifetime leader.

Rwanda Names Squad for Zambia Friendly

[CAF] Rwanda interim coach Briton Lee Johnson has named a 26-man squad to prepare for the March 29 friendly against Zambia in Lusaka.

Ex-Sex Workers Graduate

[Times of Zambia] MORE than 50 Female Sex Workers (FSWs) have graduated as peer educators to help halt the spread of HIV/AIDS especially among the key populations of sex workers.

Water Resource Not Fully Exploited – Phiri

[Times of Zambia] ZAMBIA'S endowment with water resources has not been fully exploited to the level of benefiting majority citizens, Local Government and Housing Minister John Phiri has said.

MP, Wife Nabbed

[Times of Zambia] MWANSABOMBWE Member of Parliament (MP) Rodgers Mwewa and his wife Anne Mwitwa have been arrested for abuse of authority of office.

Council Goes After Erring Restaurants

[Times of Zambia] THE Choma Municipal Council (CMC) has vowed to prosecute owners of restaurants in the district failing to comply with health and sanitation requirements in accordance with the law.

Pilgrim Wesleyan Church Disowns Pastor

[Times of Zambia] THE Pilgrim Wesleyan Church of Zambia has disowned one of its Pastors, Bob Sinamusanga, for his 'unwarranted' attacks on President Edgar Lungu.

Presidential Health Team Coming

[Times of Zambia] GOVERNMENT intends to institutionalise the medical team in-charge of the President in order to protect the health of the President.

4 in Court for UPND Cadre Murder

[Times of Zambia] FOUR Lusaka men accused of murdering a United Party for National Development (UPND) cadre, Grayzer Matapa have appeared in the Lusaka magistrate court for mention.

A Look At Occupational Health, Safety for Miners

[Times of Zambia] As the world commemorates the 2015 edition of the World TB Day, we reflect on the Occupational Health and Safety Institute in relation to its work of controlling pulmonary tuberculosis (PTB) among miners in Zambia.

Lungu Arrives in Namibia

[Times of Zambia] PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu has arrived in Windhoek, Namibia to attend the inauguration ceremony of Namibian President-elect Hage Geingob.

Canisius Backs Sinkamba On Cannabis

[Times of Zambia] THE United Party for National Development (UPND) has backed the Green Party on its policy to legalise the cultivation of cannabis.

‘Zambia, Zim Must Make Zambezi River Produce More Electricity’

[Times of Zambia] ZAMBIA and Zimbabwe must remain focused in ensuring that the shared Zambezi River, produces more electricity and continues to provide a livelihood for people who live along it, Mines, Energy and Water Development Minister Christopher ...

Dialogue Over Mealie-Meal Prices Laudable

[Times of Zambia] We have been following the apprehension by the Government which is highly cautious of what an unjustifiable increase of this essential commodity would entail.

Boz Assures Nation On Kwacha

[Times of Zambia] THE Bank of Zambia (BoZ) has assured the nation that it will take necessary measures to address currency depreciation and market volatility.

3 Injured in Kansanshi Mine Storage Shed Fire

[Times of Zambia] THREE members of the emergency response unit yesterday sustained injuries, while fighting a fire that gutted one of the chemical reagent storage sheds at Kansanshi Mine in Solwezi.

CBU Worker Dies in Suspected Suicide

[Times of Zambia] A COPPERBELT University (CBU) employee has died after committing suicide in unexplained circumstances.

Zambian Army Under-Equipped for Modern Combat

[Zambia Reports] A top level military source has told Zambia Reports that much more than uniforms, helmets and other protective gear are needed for the Zambian Army to conform to modern professional operational standards.