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Posts published in “Day: April 14, 2015

Golf Experts in

[Times of Zambia] SOUTH African golf experts are in the country to conduct a series of coaching clinics for Zambian junior golfers.

Mineral Tax Amended

[Times of Zambia] CABINET has approved changes to the mineral royalty tax regime.

Simukonda Shifts to Olympic Qualifiers

[Times of Zambia] FIGHTON Simukonda says his team has no excuse for losing the decisive 2015 All-Africa Games (AAG) final round return leg match against Nigeria.

ACC Records 413 Suspected Corruption Cases

[Times of Zambia] THE Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has received 413 reports of suspected cases of corruption in the first quarter of this year.

LASF Faces K505 Million Deficit

[Times of Zambia] THE Local Authority Superannuation Fund (LASF) has appealed to Government to open up the Scheme to new members to save the company from collapse because of its K505 million deficit.

‘Step Up Cancer Fight’

[Times of Zambia] FIRST Lady Esther Lungu has called for more concerted efforts in the dissemination of cancer related information.

DPP Tribunal Adjourns

[Times of Zambia] CHAIRPERSON of the Tribunal constituted to probe the alleged misconduct of Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) Mutembo Nchito yesterday reluctantly adjourned the proceedings to Friday.

State Will Complete All Projects-Mukanga

[Times of Zambia] TRANSPORT, Works, Supply and Communications Minister Yamfwa Mukanga has assured that Government will complete most infrastructural projects by mid next year.

Respect Office of the President

[Times of Zambia] President Edgar Lungu has been attacked on various platforms; some media houses, the opposition and other critics, have at great lengths shown disrespect to the Head of State.

ACC Tackles 1400 Cases

[Zambia Reports] The Anti Corruption Commission (ACC) has in the first quarter of 2015 received a total of four hundred and thirteen reports of suspected cases of corruption.

ACC Still Investigating Kalusha’s U.S $80, 000 Qatar Bribe

[Zambia Reports] FAZ president Kalusha Bwalya will still have to live in the shadow of corruption accusations with the Anti Corruption Commission saying they are still investigating his US$80, 000 bribe scandal.

Faz Decries Blunt Strikers

[Times of Zambia] THE Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) says it will work with clubs to find a remedy to the national teams' poor performance in international competitions.

Kaindu Happy With Team’s Showing

[Times of Zambia] KELVIN Kaindu says he is happy to see his Zimbabwean club Triangle FC perched at the top of table after just five league games played into the 2015 season.

Water Shortage Looms

[Times of Zambia] THE Disaster Management and Mitigation Unit (DMMU) has warned that the country will be forced to ration water because of the poor rainfall pattern experienced this season.

Zambia Treads Cautiously On Epas

[Times of Zambia] ZAMBIA and some other African countries are finding it difficult to sign the Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs) before fully industrialising their economies.