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Posts published in “Day: May 13, 2015

Kabole Dumps Roan United

[Times of Zambia] FORDSON Kabole has quit as coach of FAZ Division One North club Roan United.

ZRA’s Waiving of Penalties

[Times of Zambia] UNDER the Nation Pension Scheme Authority Act of Parliament of 1996, a defaulter requires to pay penalties computed at 20 per cent cumulatively for every month defaulted.

Kabwe Cop Jailed for Desertion

[Times of Zambia] A THIRTY-YEAR-OLD Kabwe-based police constable has been convicted and sentenced to nine months imprisonment after the court found him guilty of absconding from work for more than 40 days.

Dismiss Masebo’s Preliminary Inquiry, Court Told

[Times of Zambia] In the preliminary inquiry, Ms Masebo submitted that the defendant's lawyer Tutwa Ngulube be ordered to stop representing PF because he is related to Mr Lungu and would therefore be biased in handling the matter.

‘Hire Workers On Merit’

[Times of Zambia] GOVERNMENT is concerned with the recruitment process of new employees at Dangote Cement Limited in Masaiti District.

Fuel Prices Go Up

[Times of Zambia] FUEL prices have been adjusted upwards by an average of K1 owing to the depreciation of the Kwacha against the United States (US) Dollar.

Nyirenda Still Our Coach – Buffaloes

[Times of Zambia] GREEN Buffaloes have insisted that Wedson Nyirenda remains their head coach despite reports of him signing a one-year deal with Mozambican club Ferroviário da Beira.

Township Roads to Transform Solwezi

[Times of Zambia] The release of K222 million for construction of township roads in Solwezi District is a developmental milestone that will leave an inprint in the lives of the local people.

Man Kills Brother

[Times of Zambia] A FIFTY FIVE -YEAR- OLD man of Kapiri Mposhi has died after his brother, 22, hit him on his head with an axe handle on suspicion that he practiced witchcraft.

DPP Tribunal Defers Ruling

[Times of Zambia] THE Tribunal investigating allegations of misconduct against suspended Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Mutembo Nchito has postponed its ruling on preliminary issues raised in the last sitting from today to next week.

Nissan Invests U.S $34 Million

[Times of Zambia] IMPERIAL Southern Cross Motors, trading as Nissan Zambia, has invested more than US$34 million in the last 10 months it has been operating in the country.

What Happens to Zambia’s Copper Exports?

[Times of Zambia] THE destination of Zambia's copper exports recently triggered a myriad of reactions from various stakeholders in Zambia, raising questions on the accuracy of trade data reported by the Central Statistical Office.

Phiri Directed to Deliver Housing Policy

[Times of Zambia] PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu has directed the Ministry of Local Government and Housing to deliver the National Housing Policy that will address challenges facing the sector.

Netball Team in a Fix

[Times of Zambia] ZAMBIA risks missing out from competing at the Sydney 2015 Netball World Championship after failing to raise funds to pay for accommodation and other expenses needed before the tournament kicks off in August.

Desai Bows to Pressure, Sets Indaba Date

[Times of Zambia] KABWE Golf Club captain Kamal Desai has bowed to the pressure to convene a special annual general meeting to iron out pending issues.

Supersport to Beam Esther’s Fight

[Times of Zambia] SUPERSPORT has partnered with Exodus International Boxing Promotions (EIBP) to beam live the World International Boxing Association (WIBA) and World International Boxing Federation (WIBF) welterweight unification title between Esther ...

Turn Maize Into Forex Spinner

[Times of Zambia] MAIZE, like wheat, can become a big foreign exchange spinner for Zambia if its productivity is enhanced in the country.

Edgars Retail Store Managers Suspended

[Zambia Reports] Two managers at Edgars Retail Store in Lusaka have been placed on indefinite suspension following allegations of sexual harassment by other employees.

Kansanshi Cyclists Shine

[Times of Zambia] The Kansanshi Development team which entered four riders had two cyclists, Agoster Jilowa and his coach Bright Chintu reach the podium as they emerged second and third respectively.