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Posts published in “Day: July 5, 2015

Gallant Warriors Lose to Zambia

[Namibian] A gallant Namibian side were knocked out of the Chan competition when they went down 6-5 on penalties to Zambia in Lusaka on Saturday. Zambia were leading 2-1 at the end of full time and with the first encounter in Windhoek being won 2-1 by ...

Mapopa Kaunda Inspires Nomads

[Malawi24] Mapopa Kaunda inspired Mighty Wanderers to a hard fought 1-nil victory over Airborne Rangers in Malawi's top League match played at Kalulu Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

WCFCB Seals Deal With Standard Chartered

[Times of Zambia] WORKERS Compensation Fund Control Board (WCFCB) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Standard Chartered Bank aimed at providing financial solutions to employees.

Energy Importation Welcome

[Times of Zambia] Zambians should take this bold decision to import power ranging from 150 to 200 Megawatts (MW) seriously because they are dealing with a concerned political party that cares about the welfare of citizens as well as production output i...

Pest Control Linked to Food Shortage

[Times of Zambia] A SCIENCE research expert in pest control has attributed current trends of food shortages to lack of adequate monitoring of pests that damage crop yields.

‘Ready for You’ Hits Market

[Times of Zambia] A NINTEEN-YEAR-OLD female upcoming musician based in Livingstone, Ruth Mlalazi, has released her first album on the market.

Miss Intellect 2015 On Tonight

[Times of Zambia] THE battle for brains with beauty headlines this evening's event with over 10 university and college students taking on each other; eyeing to be crowned Miss Intellect 2015.

IBA Warns Media

[Times of Zambia] THE Independence Broadcasting Authority (IBA) has implored media practitioners in the country to be professional when covering elections.

Elusive Tenant Caught Napping

[Times of Zambia] WHEN people who are related live in one town or township, life becomes easy because in times of need, they help each other.

800 Consumer Rights Cases Resolved

[Times of Zambia] THE Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) has resolved more than 800 consumer rights violation cases for 2014.

Rapist Loses Tongue

[Times of Zambia] A RAPIST has been arrested from a hospital bed at Mansa General Hospital where he went to seek treatment after part of his tongue was bitten off by a gang-rape victim.

World Bank Advises Zambia On Budget Deficit

[Times of Zambia] THE World Bank has advised the Government to come up with innovative and creative policies that will address the current deficit in the National Budget.

Govt Working in Line With SNDP

[Times of Zambia] THE Government has embarked on a number of projects in key economic sectors in line with the Sixth National Development Plan (SNDP).

‘Invest in Satellite Communication’

[Times of Zambia] INFORMATION and Broadcasting Services deputy Minister Forrie Tembo has called for increased investment in satellite communication to enhance communication in rural areas.

Curtis Young’s Show ‘A Flop’

[Times of Zambia] IF a show's success is gauged by the number of people who attend it, then Curtis Young's charitable concert at Lusaka's Smugglers Inn last week on Friday evening was a flop!

Youths’ Low Turn Out Worries CEEC

[Times of Zambia] CITIZENS Economic Empowerment Commission (CEEC) has expressed concern over the low turnout of young people accessing the empowerment fund.

Opinion – How Bleak Is Zambia’s Future?

[Zambia Reports] When president Edgar Lungu said he had no vision of his own, as he sought to be elected on January 20th, his admission divided public opinion.