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Posts published in “Day: April 6, 2015

State Spends K900,000 on Dip Tanks

[Times of Zambia] GOVERNMENT is constructing six dip tanks at the cost of K900,000 in four agriculture areas in Kitwe.

Who Scoops Masaiti Seat?

[Times of Zambia] THE people of Masaiti Constituency on the Copperbelt will prematurely go to the polls on April 14, this year to elect their Member of Parliament (MP).

State Brings Primary Health Care Closer

[Times of Zambia] IN the quest to bring primary health care service as close to the community as possible, Government through the Ministry of health has started deploying specialised doctors to all provincial health facilities.

Lack of Staff Delays Serenje Hospital Opening

[Times of Zambia] CENTRAL Province medical officer, Rosemary Mwanza has attributed the delay in opening the newly constructed Serenje District Hospital to lack of staff to run the health facility.

East to Have Cattle Ranch

[Times of Zambia] A Local firm based in Kabwe Central Province intends to set up a cattle ranch in Eastern Province, Eastern Province Permanent Secretary Chanda Kasolo has said.

Increased Reserve Ratio a Hinderance

[Times of Zambia] CONCERN has continued over the Bank of Zambia (BoZ) decision to increase the statutory reserve ratio from 14 per cent to 18 per cent with the private sector fearing this will stifle their full potential to invest in the economy due to...

Tackling Issues of Child Neglect

[Times of Zambia] THE story published in the newspaper recently of a thirty seven-year-old woman of Kamakonde Township in Kalulushi who had disappeared from home and left her four children on their own , among them a six-months old infant indeed made s...

Powerhouse Razed

[Times of Zambia] POWERHOUSE Lusaka suffered a humiliating home defeat against champions Red Arrows that left them rooted bottom of the National Rugby League (NRL) table after the Week Five matches.

Teacher Stoned to Death

[Times of Zambia] A TEACHER in Chilanga has been stoned to death by villagers who suspected him of practicing witchcraft.

Golfer Phiri Wins Zambia Open Qualifier

[Times of Zambia] LUSAKA professional golfer Kelvin Phiri posted a hugely impressive second round four-under-par 69 to win the Meanwood General Insurance sponsored 2015 Mopani Copper Mines /Redpath Mining Zambia Open and Zambia Sugar Open qualifier by ...

Motorist Kills Pedestrian

[Times of Zambia] A THIRTY-TWO-YEAR-old man of Chief Singani's area in Choma has died after being hit by a motorist about 22 kilometres into Pemba town along the Lusaka-Livingstone Road.

Chipolopolo Face Namibia

[Times of Zambia] ZAMBIA'S quest for a place at the 2016 Orange African Nations Championship (CHAN) in Rwanda will begin with a dicey preliminary round qualifier against Namibia in June.

Two Bankers Nabbed

[Times of Zambia] TWO Lusaka bankers have been arrested by the Drug Enforcement Commission (DEC) for money laundering activities involving more than K400,000.

Mwango Set to Bag Chess Title

[Times of Zambia] COPPERBELT University (CBU) student Lorita Mwango is just one win away from retaining her Zambia Closed Chess Championship title.

Chulu Savours Win

[Times of Zambia] GEOFFREY Chulu says he deserved to win the tightly contested Zambia Motor Sport Association (ZMSA) Pembe national rally held in Chisamba.

‘Empower Womenfolk’

[Times of Zambia] ACTING Kazungula District Commissioner Goretti Bbalo has called for more programmes aimed at empowering vulnerable women in society as a strategy to eliminate poverty.

27 Councils Fail to Meet Statutory Obligations

[Times of Zambia] TWENTY-SEVEN local authorities have not remitted statutory contributions worth more than K21 million, the 2013 Auditor General's (AG) Report has revealed.

COBUSU Calls for Quick Action on Bursaries

[Times of Zambia] THE COPPERBELT University Students Union (COBUSU) has urged Government to expedite the process surrounding the advertising of Government sponsored bursaries for first year students for the 2015 academic year.