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Posts published in “Day: September 18, 2015

Zambian Broadcasters Meet to Unpack Sector Challenges

[MISA] MISA Zambia successfully held a two-day radio indaba on Monday and Tuesday, September 14 to 15, 2015, at the Cresta Golfview Hotel in Lusaka, attracting various radio (broadcast) stations from all over Zambia.

Man Commits Suicide in Pit Latrine

[Zambia Reports] A 25-year-old man of Lusaka's Garden compound has committed suicide by throwing himself in a pit latrine for unspecified reasons. It took three hours for the city Fire Brigade to retrieve the body.

Kambwili Says Maj Kachingwe Is Disgraced, Should Shut Up

[Zambia Reports] INFORMATION and Broadcasting Services Minister Chishimba Kambwili says Former MMD national secretary Richard Kachingwe does not deserve any further attention commenting on national issues because he was a disgraced politician.

Grand Coalition Petition Justice Minister to Stop Constitution Bill

[Zambia Reports] THE Grand Coalition on the Campaign for a People Driven Constitution has petitioned Justice Minister Ngosa Simbyakula demanding for an immediate stop to plans to table the Constitution Bill in Parliament when the house resumes sitting ...

Tutwa Ngulube Moving Voters Into Kabwe Central

[Zambian Watchdog] Disgraced Kabwe based lawyer Tutwa Ngulube is busy mobilising people from outskirts of Kabwe to come and have them registered in Kabwe central constituency where he is now considering standing as an independent candidate after being ...

Mucheleka’s Calibre Is What Zambia Needs – UPND

[Zambian Watchdog] Hon. Patrick Mucheleka's active involvement as a key pillar of the Civil Society for Poverty Reduction organisation, and later as a principled and hardworking Member of Parliament for Lubansenshi Constituency is exactly what the peop...

MMD Says PF Pours Millions Into Lubansenshi to Induce Voter Apathy

[Zambian Watchdog] As Movement for Multiparty Democracy (MMD), we wish to alert our fellow Zambians on the immoral corrupt electioneering practices currently going on during the by-election campaigns in Solwezi West and Lubansenshi Constituencies where...

Metro Newspaper Selling 6th Edition Today

[Zambian Watchdog] Get a copy of the Metro Newspaper from Lusaka streets. Now in it's 6th edition, the Metro continues to position itself well in the market. Vendors say people love the Metro and buy if off very quickly. Metro owners say the publicatio...

President Lungu’s First Address Set for Parley

[Zambia Reports] Republican President Edgar Lungu will today draw the attention of the entire nation as he delivers his inaugural State of the Nation address during the ceremonial opening of the fifth session of the eleventh National Assembly, amidst e...

First Lady Hails Airtel

[Times of Zambia] The First Lady's Office has hailed Airtel Zambia for exhibiting commitment in assisting the needy in society.

‘Zambia Not Immune to Money Laundering’

[Times of Zambia] Zambia like any other country is not immune to money laundering and terrorist financed activities, Eastern Province Permanent Secretary Chanda Kasolo has said.

Govt Toasts Mupopo Gold

[Times of Zambia] Government is proud of athlete Kabange Mupopo for scooping gold in the 400 metres women's race at the ongoing All Africa Games (AAG) in Congo Brazzaville.

Govt to Licence Photocopier Owners

[Times of Zambia] Information and Broadcasting Services Deputy Minister Forrie Tembo has said Government is drafting a circular to compel owners of photocopying machines to get a licence before operating them.

MCA Funds U.S.$17.2 Million Lusaka Drainage Works

[Times of Zambia] The Millennium Challenge Account (MCA) Zambia has signed a US$17.2 million contract with a Portuguese company to construct and rehabilitate the drainage system in Mazyopa settlement area of Lusaka.

Italian Investor Eyes Masaiti

[Times of Zambia] An Italian investor has expressed interest to invest in Zambia by putting up a game ranch in Masaiti District on the Copperbelt.

African Solutions to Problems

[Times of Zambia] Mr Shi who was speaking when he addressed 20 journalists from African countries attending the Africa Media workshop under the auspices of People's Daily said Africa should not allow external forces to influence its decisions because s...