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Posts published in “Day: June 22, 2015

Digital TV Launch On Hold

[Zambia Reports] Information and Broadcasting Services Permanent Secretary Godfrey Malama has said. The launch was scheduled to take place today.

Fire Sweeps Inter-City Stalls

[Zambia Reports] A fire has swept through six offices at Inter-city bus terminus in Lusaka, damaging property belonging to bus owners and travellers.

With My Vegetable Garden, I Am Now Able to Support My Family.’

[IFRC] In Zambia, the period of a crop harvest can be a joyous moment, characterized by traditional ceremonies through which people give thanks to their ancestral spirits for the healthy abundance. This year, however, the harvest is foretelling of sign...

Can Zambia Escape the Clutches of the Resource Curse?

[The Conversation Africa] Zambia's drive to build its industrial capabilities has made steady progress. But it runs up against the history of economies that are dominated by mineral resources and landlocked countries.

Warriors Roar Back to Defeat Zambia

[Namibian] The Brave Warriors came from a goal down to beat Zambia 2-1 in their 2016 African Nations Championship (CHAN) preliminary round first leg match played at the Sam Nujoma Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

Inter-City Gutted

[Times of Zambia] A FIRE has swept through six offices at Inter-city bus terminus in Lusaka, damaging property belonging to bus owners and travellers.

‘Go for Self-Employment’

[Times of Zambia] A PRIVATE entrepreneurship development consultant has called on young people graduating from various institutions of learning to go for self-employment as a career option in view of the scarcity of jobs in Zambia.

ZNBC to Introduce Christian Channel

[Times of Zambia] ZAMBIA National Broadcasting Corporation (ZNBC) will introduce a new Christian channel, and is calling for a partnership with churches to provide good content for the new channel.

Focus On Our Demands, Unzalaru

[Times of Zambia] LECTURERS and researchers at the University of Zambia (UNZA) have called on the Government to focus on their demands following the resignation of principal officers at the institution.

Creating Decent Jobs

[Times of Zambia] To underscore the importance it attaches to this task, in 2013, Government came up with a strategy paper on industrialisation and job creation through foreign and local investment.

Serenje Defiler Gets 15 Years

[Times of Zambia] A SERENJE man has been jailed for 15 years with hard labour for defiling a 16-year-old girl.

‘Equip Pgysically Challenged Children’

[Times of Zambia] SOUTHERN Province Minister Nathaniel Mubukwanu has called for consistent efforts in equipping physically challenged children with more educational skills to help uplift their living standards.

Drunk Driver Crashes Outside State House Gates

[Zambia Reports] Last night a dramatic single-car crash took place right outside the main presidential gate of Lusaka's State House along Independence Avenue.

Millers Rule Out Mealie Meal Price Hike

[Times of Zambia] THE Millers Association of Zambia (MAZ) has ruled out the possibility of an increase in mealie meal prices as a result of low maize yields in the previous season.

Broaden Research-TDRC Urged

[Times of Zambia] THE Government has directed the Tropical Diseases Research Centre (TDRC) in Ndola to broaden research and track new diseases affecting people without being aware of their existence.

Lungu to Arrive Home Tomorrow

[Zambia Reports] President Edgar Lungu is expected to arrive back home from South Africa at approximately 1500 hours local time, according to State House source.

State to Regulate Traditional Healers

[Times of Zambia] GOVERNMENT will soon introduce a law to regulate traditional healers in the country, Health Minister Joseph Kasonde has said.

India Pledges Continued Support

[Times of Zambia] INDIA has pledged continued support to grow Zambia's economy through investment in various sectors.