[Times of Zambia] PROHIBITIVE transfer fees being demanded by local clubs will remain a stumbling block for Zambian players wishing to clinch professional football deals abroad.
Posts published in “Day: April 19, 2015”
[Times of Zambia] STRIKER Jimmy Ndhlovu scored the only goal as Power Dynamos took over leadership of the MTN-FAZ Super Division League table on goal difference ahead of Konkola Blades and Green Eagles, who continued dropping points.
[Times of Zambia] MATERO United Football Club life member Solomon Kapona has announced his candidature to contest the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) presidency at next year's elective Annual General Meeting.
[Times of Zambia] PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu has said that research remains the key to growing Zambia's agriculture sector considering changes in the weather pattern the country is experiencing.
[Times of Zambia] TRANSPORT, communications, Works and Supply Minister Yamfwa Mukanga says all the road projects that have stalled due to lack of funds will resume in the next few weeks.
[Times of Zambia] TWELVE-TIME Zambian league champions, Nkana will be chasing for their first victory against Zesco United since 2004 when the two sides square up in the MTN-FAZ Super Division Week Five fixture at Nkana Stadium this afternoon.
[Times of Zambia] THE Lusaka City Council (LCC) has been taken to court for allegedly allocating about 100 plots on a titled piece of land.
[Times of Zambia] ZIMBABWEAN sex workers have invaded the country masquerading as cross-border traders selling a variety of merchandise.
[Times of Zambia] Thus authorities do not and will never tolerate sex workers to continue conducting such acts. However, because of the nature of the offence, suspected prostitutes are simply remanded in police custody and later charged with idle and d...