[Zambian Watchdog] The PF is secretly registering prisoners in the just recently launched voter registration exercise as a rigging tool and this is one of the reasons President Edgar Lungu has made the decision to move the prisons head office to Lusaka.
Posts published in “Day: September 17, 2015”
[Focac] Lusaka -Rosemary Zulu, a small-scale farmer in Zambia, says she has benefited a lot from training programs provided by a China-aided agricultural technology center.
[Zambian Watchdog] The National Council for Construction (NCC) has projected a decline in the growth of the construction industry in the country as a result of the power deficit which has led to increased load shedding.
[Zambian Watchdog] The MMD has demanded the withdrawal of the benefits enjoyed by former President Rupiah Banda for his continued engagement in active politics.
[Zambian Watchdog] In what now appears to be a similar pattern across the country, Siavonga residents yesterday booed President Edgar Lungu as he passed in the area to relaunch the MMD bottom road project.
[Zambian Watchdog] To say that Zambia's new defence minister is a political neophyte is an understatement. President Lungu's choice is surprising, shocking and ultimately contentious. From the little I have gathered, the Patriotic Front diehards are qu...
[Zambian Watchdog] The Roger Chongwe Commission of Inquiry found that 18 people, including an infant died as a result of the 11th January 2011 Mongu riots. 17 suffered gunshot wounds while five people are missing up to today.
[Zambian Watchdog] But then, he had this to say:
[Times of Zambia] The Zambia Amateur Athletics Association (ZAAA) says Kabange Mupopo's triumph at the ongoing All-Africa Games (AAG) in Congo Brazzaville is a clear testimony that the association's refocusing strategy is bearing fruit.
[Times of Zambia] Zambia's golf sensation, Madalitso Muthiya yesterday fired a near-perfect four-under-par 68 on the opening day of the Sun Windmill Challenge in Bloemfontein, South Africa, to stay six strokes behind overnight leader, Callum Mowat.
[Times of Zambia] The US$200 million Zesco Pensulo-Kasama power project, designed to improve electricity supply in Luapula and Northern provinces, has been completed with a successful switch to the 330 kilo volt (KV) supply chain initiated four days ago.
[Times of Zambia] Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) and Airtel Zambia yesterday launched the 2015 Football Talent Search, a prelude to next year's Airtel Rising Stars.
[Times of Zambia] Brazzaville -African women 400m champion, Kabange Mupopo says winning gold at the Congo Brazzaville 2015 All-Africa Games (AAG) has set the tone for the Rio Olympic Games next year.
[Zambia Reports] Police have warned that they will not go easy on opposition United Party for National Development cadres if they continue with their provocative behaviour at police stations.
[Times of Zambia] Handball Association of Zambia (HAZ) officials are flirting with a ban from the Confederation of African Handball (CAHB) for missing two technical meetings prior to the 2015 All Africa Games (AAG).
[Times of Zambia] Brazzaville -Controversy marred the release of the men's 4x100m final result after Nigeria and Mauritius were disqualified following infringements in exchanging batons.
[Times of Zambia] Chongwe Member of Parliament (MP) Sylvia Masebo yesterday appeared in the Lusaka magistrates' court where she pleaded not guilty to charges of an unauthorised procession and escaping from lawful custody.
[Times of Zambia] Zambia yesterday faired badly at the ongoing Africa States Bowls Championships in Lusaka after both the men and women teams were beaten by regional powerhouse, South Africa.
[Times of Zambia] President Edgar Lungu has advised the people of Southern Province to ignore critics of the Bottom Road project as it is meant to spur growth in the area.
[Times of Zambia] The Zambia Jubilee Coalition (ZJC) has condemned the continued ill-criticism leveled against the Head of State on the current economic challenges the country is facing.