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Posts published in “Day: April 8, 2015

Increasing Police Presence Vital

[Times of Zambia] However, more recent studies, using more robust methodologies, have suggested that there is indeed a link between the two.

950,000 Tourists Visit Zambia

[Times of Zambia] ZAMBIA received about 950,000 international tourists in 2014 representing an increase of 3.4 per cent.

Siasia Upbeat Despite Overseas-Based Players’ Absence

[Guardian] Nigeria will still beat Zambia in Lusaka to qualify for the 2015 All Africa Games' football event despite the unavailability of some of the overseas-based players invited for this weekend's final qualifier, says national Under-23 team coach,...

Govt Assessing Hunger Threat

[Zambia Reports] Government says it is alive to the hunger threat in the country following reports of failed crops in some parts of the country.

Govt Targets 500 New Cops

[Zambia Reports] MINISTER of Home Affairs Davies Mwila says the treasury has released money for the recruitment of 500 police officers.

President Lungu Is ‘Hot Propery’ – State House

[Zambia Reports] State House has thrown back the fireball to its critics over President Edgar Lungu's foreign trips saying the Head of State is 'hot property' among leading countries in the world after having taken over power three months ago.

You’re Eating Alone, Mulongoti Tells PF

[Zambia Reports] People's Party president Mike Mulongoti has opened that his attacks on the Patriotic Front have been motivated by being overlooked for a job after campaigning for the ruling party.

By-Election Ballot Papers Verified

[Times of Zambia] The Electoral Commission of Zambia and political parties yesterday successfully verified the correct consignment of ballot papers for the Chawama and Senga Hill parliamentary by-elections.

The Country’s International Profile Will Improve – Kalaba

[Times of Zambia] ZAMBIA will be able to clinch bilateral and economic agreements, as well as improve its international profile, if its leaders continue to interact with the international community, Foreign Affairs Minister Harry Kalaba has said.

Five Killed in Kafue RTA

[Times of Zambia] FIVE people have died on the spot while 16 others sustained injuries after the Toyota Hino truck they were on was hit by a passenger train at a rail crossing at Shikoswe in Kafue.

Stanchart Backs Central Bank Move

[Times of Zambia] STANDARD Chartered Bank has said it understands the action taken by the Bank of Zambia (BoZ) to increase the statutory reserve ratio from 14 per cent to 18 per cent effective today.

Constitution – Realistic Roadmap Critical

[Times of Zambia] During his inauguration on January 26, 2015, President Edgar Lungu committed his Government to delivering a "people-driven" constitution and appointed Dr Ngosa Simbyakula as Minister of Justice, to drive the process of enacting a new ...

15 Illegal Immigrants Nabbed

[Times of Zambia] FIFTEEN suspected illegal immigrants have been detained by the Immigration Department for failure to produce documentation proving that their entry and stay in Zambia is legal.

ZRST Tips Truck Owners

[Times of Zambia] THE Zambia Road Safety Trust (ZRST) has urged truck owners to offer suitable training to their professional drivers as part of a broader risk management system which would help in reducing accidents.

Skadi Investment Contract Terminated

[Times of Zambia] GOVERNMENT has terminated the contract of Skadi Investment Limited for the construction of Katete Police Station.

Tourism Expected to Grow By 30 Percent

[Times of Zambia] THE launch of the Kavango-Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (KAZA TFCA) uniform visa (Univisa) and removal of yellow fever cards requirement will enable Zambia's tourism to grow by 30 per cent this year.

Chipolopolo Await Opponents

[Times of Zambia] ZAMBIA will be among the 52 countries that will today be anxiously waiting to know their opponents for the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifiers when draws are conducted in Egypt today.