[Times of Zambia] A TWENTY-FIVE-YEAR-OLD woman of Kapiri Mposhi yesterday escaped lynching by an?instant justice mob after she was found with two small coffins containing charms.
Posts published in “Day: April 13, 2015”
[Times of Zambia] EARLY league pacesetters Green Eagles maintained their one-point slender lead at the summit of the MTN-FAZ Super League table despite dropping two massive points against Nakambala Leopards in a Week Four clash.
[Times of Zambia] AN increased number of love makers in Lusaka are trooping into tents of foreign traditional healers to seek manhood and hip enlargement concoctions, according to a survey by the Sunday Times.
[Times of Zambia] LABOUR Minister Fackson Shamenda has warned managers at Trans Nabila trucking company in Lusaka against intimidating employees in a bid to avoid paying their dues.
[Times of Zambia] PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu has urged Zambians not to rush in enacting a new Constitution but first sufficiently deliberate on issues contained in the draft copy.
[Zambia Reports] With a parliamentary by-election just four days away, President Edgar Lungu has hit the campaign trail today, holding rallies in Senga Hill for the PF candidate Kapembwa Simbao.
[Zambia Reports] Zambia Under 23 football team coach Fighton Simukonda is ready for this weekend's match with a final 20 man squad that will meet Nigeria on Sunday in the 2015 All Africa Games final round return named. The epic encounter has been slate...
[Zambia Reports] Patriotic Front Secretary General Davies Chama says victory is certain for the ruling party in next week's parliamentary by-elections.
[Zambia Reports] Kenneth Kaunda Boarding Secondary School in Chinsali district of Muchinga province is in a deplorable condition, forcing pupils to sleep on the floor while sanitary conditions are pausing dangers to possible disease outbreaks, accordin...
[Zambia Reports] Vice-President Inonge Wina has thanked Cardinal Distributors for donating K100 000 worth of wheelchairs to the government.
[Zambia Reports] Anti-Corruption Commission in Kitwe has arrested Thomas Nzunda, an employee of JCHX mining construction company of Kalulushi for corrupt practices involving K1, 300.