[The Star] Bungoma Governor Ken Lusaka has taken over from Eugene Wamalwa as the New Ford Kenya leader.
Posts published in “Day: April 28, 2015”
[Zambia Reports] Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are often regarded as one of the most essential sectors of the economy, responsible for driving employment, innovation, and adding a dynamic aspect to the business environment. Surveys show that a st...
[Zambia Reports] Post Newspaper editor Fred M'membe today charged at freelance journalist Chanda Chimba, III at the Lusaka Magistrates Court. The incident happened as M'membe came out of a contempt of court hearing before magistrate Kenneth Mulife. His...
[Zambia Reports] The fragile peace that usually characterize the Gabon Memorial annually with the family bemoaning the diminished representation of government and also the distant participation by FAZ popped up with verbal bombs thrown at the FAZ deleg...
[Times of Zambia] Music has been a life-long passion for Kenneth Kaunda from the time he was a teenager in Chinsali when he discovered the guitar to date when he occasionally picks the instrument to sing.
[Times of Zambia] THE issue of abortion in Zambia remains controversial despite the legal provision of the law.
[Zambia Reports] The case in which former Republican President Rupiah Banda has sued Post Newspaper Editor Fred M'membe and former Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba has been adjourned to Tuesday May, 5 after an application by the defence team.
[Zambia Reports] President Edgar Lungu will this afternoon leave for Zimbabwe where he will attend the SADC Heads of State summit.
[Times of Zambia] THE Access To Information Bill (ATI) will be tabled before Parliament this year, Information and Broadcasting Services minister Chishimba Kambwili has said.
[Times of Zambia] PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu is today expected here for the 34th Southern African Development Community (SADC) Extraordinary Summit whose focus is on industrialisation.
[Times of Zambia] THE Kansanshi Mine site in Solwezi has recorded nine million fatality-free shifts, assistant general manager Meiring Burger has announced.
[Times of Zambia] FIRST Republican President Kenneth Kaunda, who was discharged from hospital on Saturday, is today celebrating his 91st birthday.
[Times of Zambia] Anybody who went to school in Zambia in the 70s will remember the Humanism week when institutions and individuals were required to help the vulnerable in society.
[Times of Zambia] PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu has directed ministers that more investments in water and sanitation must be channelled to rural areas in order to bring about equitable access to essential basic services.
[FAO] Rome -Harvest could dip 26 percent below 2014 bumper level, pushing up prices and increasing import needs
[UNEP] Nairobi -Economic Study Boosts Zambia's Efforts under its National REDD+ Process
[Times of Zambia] A KABWE Police officer has been acquitted of a rape following the complainant's failure to attend court sessions during trial.
[Zambia Reports] Power utility company Zesco says the power blackout experienced in 8 provinces in the country was caused by system failure.
[Zambia Reports] Post Newspapers Editor Fred M'membe and former Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba will return to court this morning after their attempt to push further their appearance was rubbished by the court on Monday.
[Zambia Reports] Home Affairs Minister Davies Mwila says that government will recruit 1, 000 more police officers this year.