[Zambia Reports] Football Association of Zambia President Kalusha Bwalya is this morning expected to lay a wreath at the Heroes Acre in Lusaka where the victims of the 1993 Gabon air disaster are burried.
Posts published in “Day: April 28, 2015”
[Zambia Reports] Former Munali Member of Parliament Mumbi Phiri has backed the call that President Edgar Lungu's stay at the helm of the ruling Patriotic Front at next year should not be challenged at the PF congress.
[Zambia Reports] State House has warned Zambian soccer executive committee member Pivoty Simwanza against using President Edgar Lungu's name as he campaigns for Kalusha Bwalya to become the body's life president.
[Key Correspondents] A new book, published by Zambia's National Museums Board, uses traditional stories and indigenous knowledge to educate young people about HIV and AIDS.
[Zambia Reports] United Party for National Development leader Hakainde Hichilema has taken a bashing from the Islamic Supreme Council of Zambia for shunning a handshake from President Edgar Lungu.
[Zambia Reports] Quick action by Police this morning averted a near-riot by residents of Lusaka's Garden Compound after makeshift shops erected on a disputed piece of land were found razed down this morning by a businessman claiming ownership to the sa...
[Times of Zambia] ROMA Park, an industrial park being developed in Lusaka, has recorded a 100 per cent sale of residential plots generating around US$19.5million from the 300 plots sold.
[Times of Zambia] BARCLAYS Bank Zambia will continue its partnership with the farming community by providing financial support to boost crop production.
[Times of Zambia] MINING tax reforms should have a holistic approach and address long term issues of environmental degradation and conform to international best practices, the Economic Association of Zambia (EAZ) has said.
[Times of Zambia] Our worry is that if these illegal immigrants are not intercepted from the points of entry, there is a high risk of them transmitting diseases such as ebola and others that might have broken out across the borders since they will not ...
[Times of Zambia] THE SADC has drafted a strategy and roadmap policy document to guide member States in its quest to achive socio-economic transformation through industrialisation.
[Times of Zambia] THE Immigration Department last year collected more than K 180 million in revenue collection, department director-general Moola Milimo has said.
[Times of Zambia] THE Zambia Volleyball Association (ZAVA) is scouting for K94, 000 to send the men and women's national teams to Botswana for the 2015 All-Africa Games qualifiers next month.
[Times of Zambia] A GERMAN, who was charged with sexually abusing a juvenile, has been acquitted by the Lusaka magistrate's court due to uncorroborated evidence.
[Times of Zambia] SUBSTITUTE James Kanynji converted an all-important goal to propel pacesetters Kansanshi Dynamos to a well-deserved victory over Copperbelt Buffaloes to maintain grip on the summit of the FAZ Division One North league table.
[Times of Zambia] AN Italian building company, Schnell Group is planning to set up an assembly plant in Zambia to manufacture various building implements in view of a boom in the construction sector.
[Times of Zambia] AN expatriate miner at Mopani Copper Mine in Kitwe has died after falling off from the underground shaft.
[Times of Zambia] AS the Lusaka Golf Club Pro-Am tees off today, Zambia Sugar Open organising committee chairperson Roy Penny says local golfers are not yet ripe to stake a claim at the two prestigious Zambia Open tournaments.
[Times of Zambia] NAPSA Stars head coach Hector Chilombo and his assistants have been slapped with indefinite suspensions owing to the club's poor start to the 2015 MTN-FAZ Super Division League season.
[Times of Zambia] ZAMBIA today commemorates the 22nd anniversary of the 1993 Gabon Air Disaster victims in what would again be expected to be a low-key ceremony at the Independence Stadium burial site.