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Posts published in “Day: May 27, 2015

Chibale Wins Ndola Golf

[Times of Zambia] BUDDING national team player, Gabriel Chibale was on African Freedom Day crowned the 2015 Ndola Golf Club champion when he carded 12-over-par 231 after three days of fierce action.

Gambling Machines Seized

[Times of Zambia] THE KAPIRI Mposhi District Council has confiscated more than 30 slot machines from various establishments operating gambling activities without permit.

Poor Results Due to Divided Faz – Simataa

[Times of Zambia] VETERAN sports administrator, Simataa Simataa says the divisions in the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) executive committee and biased player selection have greatly contributed to the poor results being recorded by the Chipolopolo.

State Praises Makululu School Contractor

[Times of Zambia] Education Deputy Minister Sydney Mushanga has commended BSBK Construction Company, the contractor working on Makululu secondary school in Kabwe, for the quality of works.

Napsa Faces Investment Challenges – Shamenda

[Zambia Reports] Zambian government official Fackson Shamenda says that investment is one of the controversial areas of pension administration most countries in Africa are facing, according to a report by ZANIS.

Desperate Simukonda Summons Bwalya

[Times of Zambia] FIGHTON Simukonda has summoned exciting Power Dynamos midfielder Larry Bwalya to the Zambia Under-23 squad currently in camp preparing for this weekend CAF 2015 African Championship qualifiers.

DRC Assures Zambian Truckers

[Times of Zambia] THE Congolese government has assured Zambian truckers of maximum security and freedom of movement, while on their business errands in that country.

South Chiefs Fight Child Marriages

[Times of Zambia] CHIEFS in Southern Province have called for more support from Government and the non-governmental organisations (NGOs) to firmly address the rising cases of child marriages in their areas.

Epas Success – EU Should Provide Answers

[Times of Zambia] I HAD last week deliberately started the discussion on the Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs) because of the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) States- European Union (EU) Council of ministers meeting, which starts tomorrow in B...

ACP Grouping Tipped

[Times of Zambia] THE countries in the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) grouping have been urged to take advantage of the region's comparative advantage and develop their economies.

‘More Power Stations Needed’

[Times of Zambia] A CHINESE energy expert has called for the installation of more power substations to reduce on losses incurred in power evacuation for the distance.

Lessons From a Case of Suicide

[Times of Zambia] Today we continue with the article which started last week, looking at failed Small and Medium Enterprise (SMEs) which resulted in the owner committing suicide.

The Need to Revive Co-Operatives

[Times of Zambia] COOPERATIVES play an important role in the development of any country as they contribute massively in alleviating poverty especially in rural areas.

IMF Advises Zambia

[Times of Zambia] ZAMBIA needs to address infrastructure gaps, strengthen project selection procedure and prioritise capital spending to cushion debts shocks, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said.

MMD MP Leads PF Campaigns in Malambo

[Zambia Reports] The ruling Patriotic Front has unveiled campaign managers for the three by-elections set for June, 30 with Mandevu Member of Parliament Jean Kapata steering the Mulobezi seat.

Government Appreciates Partnership With Chiefs – Sata

[Zambia Reports] State house Deputy Minister Mulenga Sata says government appreciates the partnership that exists with traditional leaders in reducing poverty and promoting rural development which is key to national development, according to a report b...

ECZ Hints Referendum is Coming

[Zambia Reports] The Electoral Commission of Zambia has given the clearest indication that they will tie the referendum to the constitution making process.

UNZASU Presidency Attracts 10 Candidates

[Zambia Reports] The University of Zambia Students Union election contest has taken the scrambled nature of national elections by having 10 candidates vying for the top job.

Lubinda Dissolves FRA Board

[Zambia Reports] The government has dissolved the board overseeing Food Reserve Agency alongside 10 other trusts and boards within the Ministry of Agriculture.