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Posts published in “Day: August 18, 2015

Lafarge Zambia Profits Soar As Moody’s Affirms New Cement Giant

[This Day] The synergies expected from the merger of the world's two biggest building materials companies-Lafarge, the French giant and Holcim, its Swiss rival, are beginning to manifest as LafargeHolcim's Zambian operations reported a jump in profits ...

CBU Re-Opens

[Zambia Reports] The Copperbelt University has re-opened after a month long closure.

JCTR Monitoring 500, 000 Jobs Promise

[Zambia Reports] The Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflections is keeping fingers crossed over the 500, 000 jobs promised under the 2015 National Youth Policy.

Kabimba Still Partying After Ward By-Election Win

[Zambia Reports] The Rainbow Party is not going easy on their celebration of winning a ward by-election last month with their leader Wynter Kabimba still in party mode.

Nevers Abandons Pursuit for Ambassadorial Post

[Zambia Reports] Opposition Movement for Multi Party Democracy president Nevers Mumba has given a dodgy explanation about his relentless pursuit of an ambassadorial job from President

‘Upnd’s’ Chipenzi Says PF Departed From Manifesto

[Zambia Reports] The Foundation for Democratic Process (FODEP) has charged that the ruling Patriotic Front has stopped believing in its manifesto going by the way they conduct their business which in most cases goes contrary to the provisions of their ...

Zambia Is Sitting On Time Bomb, Says Dr Canicius Banda

[Zambia Reports] United Party for National Development (UPND)vice president for political affairs Canicius Banda has charged that country is sitting on a time bomb which is about to explode.

Zambia Hails Zinara Efforts

[The Herald] A delegation from the Zambian Road Agency which is in the country on a road administration study tour, yesterday visited the Goromonzi toll plaza along Mutare Road where it hailed the country's tolling system. The team, which is led by Eng...

Acquitted Prof Chirwa Keeps Ear to Magistrate

[Zambia Reports] Acquitted Professor Clive Chirwa will have his ear at the Lusaka Magistrate when his co-accused Regina Mwale is sentenced after being convicted on Tuesday.