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Posts published in “Day: April 13, 2015

Zim Farm Workers Happy in Zambia

[New Zimbabwe] ZIMBABWEAN farm workers who lost their jobs following government's seizure of white owned farms and then migrated to neighbouring Zambia together with their bosses have said their lives have since improved.

We’ll Surprise Zambia – – Siasia

[Vanguard] The national U-23 team, the Dream Team will today clash with their Zambian counterparts for a ticket to the football event of the 2015 11th All Africa Games billed for Congo-Brazzaville, later in the year.

I Knew We Would Leave Lusaka As Heroes, Says Siasia

[This Day] The Chief Coach of the Dream Team VI, Samson Siasia, has said he knew his wards will leave Lusaka as heroes and not as villains as they play better away from home. Speaking after the game, an overwhelmed Siasia said even though he felt bad t...

PF Is Not Broke, Hapunda Tells Kabimba

[Zambia Reports] PATRIOTIC Front (PF) media director Brian Hapunda has described Rainbow Party president Wynter Kabimba's sentiments that the ruling party is broke as laughable.

Build More Dams for Power Generation, Urges Prof Chirwa

[Zambia Reports] Engineer Professor Clive Chirwa has encouraged the government to consider building more dams that will be able to store water and not depend on rain for power generation.

‘Fake’ MPs Face Axe

[Times of Zambia] PRESIDENT Lungu has said the Patriotic Front (PF) will get rid of all Members of Parliament (MPs) and senior party officials that are not loyal to the party.

‘Stop Peddling Lies Against Lungu’

[Times of Zambia] A CATHOLIC Priest has urged opposition political parties to accept Edgar Lungu as the President of Zambia and stop peddling unfounded lies against him.

129 Illegal Immigrants Deported

[Times of Zambia] The Immigration department has deported 129 of the 130 illegal immigrants who were arrested at the Swedish Pentecostal Church of Zambia of Kamwala South in Lusaka.

Focus On Gender Stereotypes At Home

[Times of Zambia] ONE stay-at-home mum had a horde of male dependents under her roof. While her own children were still toddlers, the other members of the predominantly male household were in their teens.

Zambia Seek AAG Place

[Times of Zambia] THE Zambia Under-23 soccer team today face a tough test against Nigeria needing a victory to qualify for the Congo Brazzaville 2015 All-Africa Games (AAG) finals slated for September.

First Lady to Grace Lafarge Marathon

[Times of Zambia] Zambia Amateur Athletics Association (ZAAA) president Elias Mpondela said the First Lady will not just grace the function but had committed herself to taking part in the five kilometre Health Walk.

‘Regulate Coin Use in Gambling Machines’

[Times of Zambia] FORMER Economics Association of Zambia (EAZ) president, Noel Nkhoma has called on the Bank of Zambia (BoZ) to intervene in the usage of coins in gambling machines dotted around townships.

Twiga Qualify for Africa Games Finals

[Daily News] TWIGA Stars survived a late scare against Zambia's Shepolopolo as they held on to qualify for the 2015 All-Africa Games (AAG) finals in Congo Brazzaville.

Malungo Is Pool Boss

[Times of Zambia] MORRIS Malungo was yesterday elected president of the Zambia Pool Union (ZPU) after beating his only challenger Victor Musonda.

Women Football Needs Massive Support

[Times of Zambia] SO Zambia will have to wait for another four years before attempting again to qualify a women football team to the All-Africa Games.

Cross-Cultural Marriages Promote Unity – Musenge

[Times of Zambia] CROSS-CULTURAL marriages help to unite the country and are one gesture that proves Zambians are above tribal inclinations, according to Copperbelt Minister Mwenya Musenge.

Reducing Disease Burden Key

[Times of Zambia] This can be attested by the reduced number of women dying during pregnancy and children dying at birth.