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Posts published in “Day: May 1, 2015

Zim, Zambia to Boost Ties – Lungu

[The Herald] Bulawayo -ZAMBIA is committed to enhancing trade with Zimbabwe as business co-operation between the two countries has strengthened over the years, Zambian President Edgar Lungu has said. In pursuit of growth in bilateral trade, Zambia woul...

UPND Is Full of Malice and Vindictiveness

[Zambia Reports] Patriotic Front member Fr Frank Bwalya says the opposition UPND is a party driven by malice and vindictiveness the more reason they have jumped on a directionless wagon calling for removal of President Edgar Lungu's immunity even befor...

Lumwana Miners Down Tools

[Zambia Reports] Miners at Lumwana Mine in Solwezi have downed tools for the second time in two months over conditions of service.

Zambia, Zimbabwe Seek Deeper Cooperation to Boost Trade

[New Zimbabwe] ZAMBIAN President Edgar Lungu has said his country and Zimbabwe need to improve bilateral relations to boost trade between the two countries which however has been in favour of the northern neighbour.

Masaiti Lime Plant Gets U.S.$30 Million Loan Boost

[Times of Zambia] THE Development Bank of Germany (DEG) and Development Bank of Netherlands (FMO) have signed a US$30 million contract loan with Handyman's Paradise Limited to finish up the company's lime plant in Masaiti.

700 Women Treated for Abortion Complications

[Times of Zambia] MORE than 700 Copperbelt women have been treated by IPAS Zambia for complications resulting from unsafe abortions in the last 12 months.

Youths Shunning Graft Fight – Report

[Times of Zambia] THE latest baseline study on youth participation in governance and corruption in Zambia has revealed that youths are less engaged in the fight against graft.

State to Equip Fire Fighters

[Times of Zambia] LOCAL Government and Housing Minister John Phiri has said his ministry recognises the important role the fire fighters play and is working towards equipping them.

Kitwe’s Ailing Family Aided

[Times of Zambia] SIXTY-EIGHT-YEAR-OLD Regina Sakala of Kawama Township, could not hold tears when members of Kitwe Hindu Society (KHS) presented her family with medication, assorted food and blankets worth K30,000.

DBZ Withdraws Lawyer in K14 Million Case

[Times of Zambia] THE Development Bank of Zambia (DBZ) has withdrawn the services of its lawyer in the case in which the bank has sued directors of the defunct Zambian Airways to recover a K14 million debt.

Zambia – Zim Trade Soars

[Times of Zambia] PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu has said that trade and investment relations between Zambia and Zimbabwe have strengthened with Zambia's exports to her neighbour exceeding US$1.3 billion.

Access to Information Vital – Lungu

[Times of Zambia] PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu has said access to information is a right for all Zambian's and no one should be barred from accessing information as stipulated in the Constitution.

UPND Not for Immunity Removal

[Times of Zambia] THE United Party for National Development (UPND) has disassociated itself from the statement attributed to one of its senior party officials on the removal of President Edgar Lungu's immunity after he leaves office.

OYDC Programmes Elate IOC

[Times of Zambia] THE International Olympic Committee (IOC) has hailed the impact the Olympic Youth Development Centre (OYDC) has made on the development of sports in Zambia.

Struggle With ‘Cancer’ On the Street

[Times of Zambia] FOR close to 17 years now, Chisala Mumba has been living in pain and tears because of a cancerous wound that has developed on his left leg.

Xenophobia – a Lesson for Africa

[Times of Zambia] Africa has been horrified by the gruesome xenophobic attacks on foreigners from African countires who have suffered at the hands of South Africans.

Kamte, Mwanza Win Zambia Sugar Pro-Am

[Times of Zambia] SOUTH African professional James Kamte on Wednesday helped Zambia Golf Union (ZGU) president Charles Mwanza and the rest of the team win the Zambia Sugar Pro-Am tournament on a fan-packed day at the Lusaka Golf Club ahead of the 2015 ...

Minister Demands 16 Medals

[Times of Zambia] GOVERNMENT says it expects at least 16 medals from the judokas who will be representing Zambia at the forthcoming All Africa Games set for September in Congo Brazzaville.