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Posts published in “Day: September 16, 2015

Simukonda Summons 23 for Under-23 Camp

[Zambia Reports] The Zambia Under-23 will make their first step toward the 2015 Africa Under-23 Championship preparation with a camp set for Sunday in Lusaka.

U.S Envoy Meets Junior President Finalists

[Zambia Reports] United States Ambassador Eric Schultz yesterday met the two young finalists in the ZNBC Junior President Program.

Hichilema Asks PF to Find Solution for Unza Crisis

[Zambia Reports] The opposition UPND has appealed the ruling Patriotic Front to find a solution to the continued closure of the University of Zambia. Lecturers at the University of Zambia have withheld student results for the 2014/15 academic year dema...

Tayali’s Opinion Poll Attracts Sharp Reaction From UPND

[Zambia Reports] The opposition United Party for National Development has suffered the trauma of being placed second in an opinion poll that predicted a possible Patriotic Front win if elections were held today.

Food Reserve Agency Rejects President’s Order to Export

[Zambia Reports] The Food Reserve Agency (FRA) can only start exporting maize after the local purchase period closes even after President Lungu directed the agency to immediately start selling the maize abroad in order to generate local income.

Eagles Are Busange 7s Champs

[Times of Zambia] GREEN Eagles at the weekend produced an all-conquering display as they were crowned champions of the 2015 Owen Busange Sevens Rugby Tournament staged at Konkola Rugby Club in Chililabombwe.

Mupopo Wins Gold

[Times of Zambia] AFRICAN women 400m champion Kabange Mupopo won Zambia's first gold medal at the Congo Brazzaville 2015 All-Africa Games as Saviour Kombe tumbled to a disappointing eighth place finish.

Zambian Bowlers Rest As SA Wins Big

[Times of Zambia] ZAMBIAN bowlers yesterday enjoyed a day of rest after both the men and women teams were on bye at the ongoing Africa States Bowl (ASB) tournament in Lusaka.

Street Light Vandals Get 10 Yrs

[Times of Zambia] A NDOLA high court has sentenced two men to 10 years imprisonment each with hard labour for vandalising solar street lights.

Comesa Salutes Govt

[Times of Zambia] THE Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) has commended the Zambian Government for allocating land for the construction of a new ultra-modern COMESA head office in Lusaka.

South Chiefs Nod First Lady’s Works

[Times of Zambia] THE Royal Foundation of Chiefs in Southern Province has backed First Lady Esther Lungu's charitable works and has urged her to remain committed to uplifting the welfare of vulnerable people, particularly in rural areas.

Mungwi Gets Solar-Powered Water Supply

[Times of Zambia] THE Government has commissioned the first-ever solar-powered water supply project in Mungwi District of Northern Province at a cost of K280,000.

MCM Yet to Decide Miners’ Fate

[Times of Zambia] MOPANI Copper Mines (MCM) management is yet to decide the fate of about 4,000 miners whose jobs have been on the line following the company's decision to reduce labour in the wake of economic challenges affecting the mining company.

Voter Registration Launch Hailed

[Times of Zambia] VARIOUS political stakeholders have hailed the launch the of the voter registration card exercise by the Electoral Commission of Zambia (ECZ).

Boz Warns Against Foreign Currency Pricing

[Times of Zambia] THE Bank of Zambia (BoZ) has warned business houses to stop quoting and pricing locally-traded goods and services in United State (US) dollars as such an act is against the law.