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Posts published in “Day: July 22, 2015

Police Waiting for Kanene’s Wife to Report

[Zambian Watchdog] Zambia Police Spokesperson Charity Munganga Chanda has appealed to Clifford Dimba a.k.a General Kanene's wife to report him to the police for assault so that action can be taken against him.

Mealie Meal Prices to Go Up

[Zambian Watchdog] The Millers Association of Zambia (MAZ) has said it intends to increase mealie-meal prices following the increment of fuel prices coupled with increased ZESCO load shedding of electricity.

Lungu Should Walk the ‘One Zambia, One Nation’ Talk – Nevers

[Zambian Watchdog] Movement for Multiparty Democracy (MMD) President Dr Nevers Sekwila Mumba has said that the tensions that have been created between the people of Southern Province and the Patriotic Front (PF) Government are completely unnecessary an...

GBM to Take Over As UPND VP in Pomp and Splendor

[Zambian Watchdog] Kasama PF Member of Parliament Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba (GBM) is tomorrow expected to ditch PF and take over as UPND Vice president for political affairs.

ACC Summons Masebo, As State Agents Break Into Her House

[Zambian Watchdog] The PF Anti Corruption Commission has summoned Chongwe area member of Parliament Sylvia Masebo for questioning tomorrow while suspected state agents broke into her house in Rhodespark and only stole a computer processor and monitor.

Lungu Stands Firm

[Times of Zambia] PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu has said he will not be distracted by empty criticism, insults, innuendos and false accusations against his leadership but will focus on promoting development in the country.

GBM Defection Underway

[Zambia Reports] Kasama Central Member of Parliament Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba will confirm the worst guarded secret in Zambian politics when he joins the opposition United Party for National Development this morning.

Kambwili Defends MPs Pay Rise

[Zambia Reports] Information Minister Chishimba Kambwili says government will find money for the proposed increase of emoluments for Members of Parliament.

Musonda Makes Zambia Switch

[News24Wire] Former Polokwane City defender Joseph Musonda is back in his home country Zambia where he has joined Nkana FC on a one-year contract.

Robust Human Capital Key to Growth

[Times of Zambia] GOVERNMENT has said having a strong human capital base and embracing the use of Information Communication Technology (ICT) is cardinal for economic growth.

Zim Owes Zambia U.S. $114 Million

[Times of Zambia] ZIMBABWE still owes Zambia US$114 million in interest accrued in connection with the defunct Central Africa Power Cooperation (CAPCO) which was jointly owned.

Milling Kit Coming

[Times of Zambia] ABOUT 4,000 milling machines will start arriving into the country next month following the Zambia Cooperative Federation (ZCF)'s sourcing of US$20 million initial payment.

Cement Price Reduction Welcome

[Times of Zambia] IS it not interesting to note that while prices of a good number of commodities are said to be going up, the price of cement, which is one of the most important materials in construction, is going down?

Lungu Expected in Uganda

[Times of Zambia] PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu is tomorrow expected in Entebbe, Uganda for a two-day State visit.

Manyuchi Wants Khan

[Times of Zambia] ORIENTAL Quarries Boxing Promotions (OQBP) manager Chris Malunga said his stable will push for Charles Manyuchi to fight World Boxing Council (WBC) silver welterweight champion, Amir Khan.

Lungu’s Visit Leaves Hope At Mukobeko

[Times of Zambia] WHEN the master of ceremonies announced the arrival of President Lungu at Mukobeko Maximum Security Prison last week , the inmates could not believe what they had just heard.

Dealing With Power Outage Risks

[Times of Zambia] In the recent past Zambia has seen unprecedented load shedding arising mainly from low water levels according to reports.

LCC Pays 167 Retirees

[Times of Zambia] THE Lusaka City Council (LCC) has paid out K16.9 million to settle 167 retirees out of 453 former employees who are owed terminal benefits by the institution.