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Posts published in “Day: August 11, 2015

Unzasu’s Kayuya Represents the Death of Student Activism

[Zambia Reports] Whatever happened to student union activism for the University of Zambia Students Union to end up where it is today? Not that they are expected to be throwing stones or picking up fights with every imaginable state institution, but any...

ZCTU Demands Improved Conditions of Service

[Zambia Reports] With the budget set to be presented next month, the Zambia Congress of Trade Unions has moved ahead of time to discuss possible demands for improved conditions of service.

Islamic Council Urges PF Critics to Do Self Introspection

[Zambia Reports] Islamic Supreme Council says people that have been screaming that the ruling party has failed the Zambian people should reflect why the Patriotic Front has continued sweeping its way through by-elections.

Head of State Addresses Issues of Bilateral Interest With Zambian Official

[ANGOP] Luanda -The Zambian government's intention to import in the near future, oil from the Republic of Angola, was the main issue at the meeting that the Angolan head of State, José Eduardo dos Santos, granted Monday at the Presidential Palace in Luanda to the deputy minister assigned to the presidency of Zambia, Mulenga Sata.

Susiku’s Passion for HIV Mitigation and Education

[Key Correspondents] Susiku Mwana'gombe has led an extraordinary life since embarking on a programme to help people living with HIV and orphaned children in Zambia's tourist city, Livingstone.

Netballers Fail Govt

[Times of Zambia] THE Government says Zambia's dismal performance at the ongoing Sydney 2015 Netball World Cup must be a wake-up call for other national teams currently preparing for various international engagements to step up their game.

Teachers Warned Against Over Borrowing

[Times of Zambia] THE Zambia National Union of Teachers (ZNUT) has cautioned teachers to desist from over-borrowing against their salaries from financial institutions as it was affecting their performance in schools.

Nkana Squash Club to Host Tourney

[Times of Zambia] NKANA Squash Club will next month host a Junior Open tournament in Kitwe that will see well over 50 players from across the country competing for honours.

Finance Bank Loses U.S.$3 Million

[Times of Zambia] FINANCE Bank Zambia (FBZ) has lost a US$3 million loan facility it gave to the defunct Zambian Airways on grounds that it flouted banking regulations.

2 Ex-Convicts Nabbed Over Robbery

[Times of Zambia] POLICE in Chipata have arrested three people in connection with a spate of robberies which have rocked the border town lately.

IG Chides Mucheleka

[Times of Zambia] INSPECTOR General of Police Stella Libongani has admonished former Lubanseshi Independent member of Parliament (MP) Patrick Mucheleka for alleging that police officers wanted a change of political leadership after next year's general ...

ERB Probes ‘Foul’ South Fuel

[Times of Zambia] THE Energy Regulation Board (ERB) has collected samples of fuel from various service stations in Livingstone to investigate complaints from motorists that the commodity in the tourist capital has a strange smell.

Ndola United Saves Coach’s Job

[Times of Zambia] MUSA Kasonka Stadium was set alight at the weekend as FAZ Division One North side, Ndola United, ran riot to register a rare home victory over a sloppy Zesco Luapula in a Week 22 encounter.

Highridge Coke Champs Suffer Defeat

[Times of Zambia] DEFENDING champions Highridge Secondary School suffered defeat in their opening match of the 2015 COPA Coca-Cola Schools football tournament after losing to a determined Chongwe Secondary, a side they beat in last year's final.

We’ll Make It, Says Lubambo

[Times of Zambia] AS Zambia await draws for the Senegal 2015 African Under-23 Championship next month, midfielder Lubambo Musonda believes the side has what it takes to finish among the top three.

Mediation Re-Launch to Cut Cases’ Backlog

[Times of Zambia] CHIEF Justice Irene Mambilima has said she is optimistic that the re-launch of mediation will enhance the reduction on the backlog of cases in the High and Industrial Relations courts because it will provide speedy dispensation of jus...

Police Probe Political Violence

[Times of Zambia] POLICE have instituted investigations to ascertain the cause of political violence that erupted during the Bangweulu by-election which led to some polling stations opening late on voting day.