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Posts published in April 2015

ZDA Links Stone Crushers

[Times of Zambia] THE Zambia Development Agency (ZDA) will start linking small-scale stone crushers to housing and commercial developers under the green jobs initiative which aims at empowering the stone crushers with job opportunities.

Stanchart Right on SMEs

[Times of Zambia] ALL over the world, there is growing evidence that Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) play an important role in the national economic development of any country.

Mukobeko Death Row Convicts Assured

[Times of Zambia] GOVERNMENT has assured convicts on death row at Kabwe's Mukobeko Maximum Prison, whose records have gone missing, that it will find a lasting solution to the problem.

Mukuba Mall ‘Breezes’ Into Kitwe

[Times of Zambia] THE multi-million dollar Mukuba Mall, which opened its doors to the public Thursday, has brought more life to Kitwe.

Seed Equity Deal Signed

[Times of Zambia] A SEED equity investment worth US$400,000 has been signed between the African Development Bank (AfDB) and Africlear Global to enhance the efficiency of capital markets in Africa.

Manufactures Look Forward to Mining Expo

[CAJ News] Lusaka -THE Zambian Association of Manufacturers (ZAM) is scheduled to to showcase huge opportunities for local manufacturers in mining sector at next week's Copperbelt Mining Trade Expo & Conference (CBM-TEC).

KK Calls for Unity

[Zambia Reports] First President Kenneth Kaunda says peace and unity are essential for the development of the nation, according to a report from ZANIS.

Tayali Says Sex Was Consensual

[Zambia Reports] Zambia Voice Executive Director, Chilyfya Tayali has told the Lusaka Magistrates' Court that he had consensual sex several times with the woman he is alleged to have raped.

Abandoned Man (81) Found Dead

[Times of Zambia] GROWING old is inevitable and taking care of the aged is a blessing that anyone should never miss.

Nigeria’s Anti-Corruption Pledge Resonates in Far-Off Zambia

[IPS] New York -Nigeria's president-elect is already making waves with his pledge to attack corruption, starting with the missing 20 billion dollars allegedly swiped from the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation during the previous administration.

Labour Day Should Be Celebrated

[Times of Zambia] ZAMBIA will tomorrow join other countries in celebrating Labour Day, which is a day set aside in honour of labour.

Zambian UN Troops to Central African Republic

[Zambia Reports] Zambia's United Nations (UN) peacekeeping contingent is expected to take up position in the trouble torn Central African Republic (CAR) on 30th April, 2015. The 750 strong battalion is scheduled to depart Zambia's capital Lusaka by 03:...

Copperbelt Prepares Preventative Measures Against Ebola

[Zambia Reports] The Parliamentary Committee on Health has been assured that the Copperbelt Provincial medical team has put in place measures that would help minimize the risks of an outbreak of the Ebola virus, according to a report by ZANIS.

Constitution Amendment Set for Parley in June

[Zambia Reports] Justice Minister Ngosa Simbyakula has disclosed that non contentious clauses in the draft constitution will be tabled before Parliament for inclusion in the current constitution when the house reconvenes in June.

Finance Bank Disobeys Court Order

[Zambia Reports] Finance Bank of Zambia Ltd has defied a recent court order obtained by the owners of the Zambezi Portland Cement (ZPC) company requiring the bank to turn over control of the company's accounts for transfer to another financial institut...

President Lungu Urges SADC Reforms

[Zambia Reports] Republican President Edgar Lungu says there is need for the SADC region to undertake reforms to create the necessary environment that will spur the structural and economic transformation of the private sector.

HH Must Reduce On Bitterness – Kambwili

[Zambia Reports] GOVERNMENT is disappointed with sentiments attributed to Alliance for Democracy and Development (ADD) president Charles Milupi suggesting that it is fooling the people of Western Province for approving the contraction of a US$14 millio...

Football Is Not Kalu’s Livelihood but He’ll Seek Third Term – FAZ

[Zambia Reports] The Zambian FA have issued a statement saying their president Kalusha Bwalya does not live off football but he is free to seek a third term as the constitution does not prohibit him from doing so at the Annual General Meeting next year.