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Posts published in “Day: September 23, 2015

Now PF Thugs Hunt for HH, Shooting Indiscriminately

[Zambian Watchdog] In the morning we reported the shooting incident in Lubansenshi but just now the PF thugs are on rampage in Solwezi shooting indiscriminately and hunting for UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema and Solwezi West campaign manager Stafford M...

U-23 Call Up Humbles Gozon

[Times of Zambia] LUMWANA Radiants playermaker, Gozon Mutale has said he did not expect to be called up to national duty so soon and thanked Zambia Under-23 coach Fighton Simukonda for according him that rare opportunity.

President Lungu Lost an Opportunity – Saccord

[Zambian Watchdog] The Southern African Centre for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes (SACCORD) says President Edgar Lungu lost an opportunity to offer practical steps for the immediate problems facing the nation namely, the weakening economy and ...

PF’s Frank Bwalya Now Castigates Post Owner Fred Mmembe’s Old Mother

[Zambian Watchdog] Former catholic Priest Frank Bwalya who is desperately looking for a job from President Edgar Lungu has now directed his verbal diarrhoea at Post newspaper Editor's mother Ms. Florence Sibeso, calling her an agent of hatred and malic...

Energy Sector Investment Policy Coming – ERB

[Times of Zambia] ZAMBIA'S Renewable Energy Feed-In Tariff (REFIT) mechanism, a policy to facilitate for private investment in the energy and mitigate challenges in the power sector, is expected to be operational in two months time, the Energy Regulati...

Athletes’ AAG Showing Disapoints State

[Times of Zambia] GOVERNMENT is disappointed with the performance of local athletes at the just-ended 2015 All-Africa Games (AAG) in Congo Brazzaville, where Zambia only reaped two medals.

Luo Urges Women to Partner in Business

[Times of Zambia] GENDER and Child Development Minister Nkandu Luo has urged young women in the country to partner with each other in businesses and boost the country's economy.

Mines Jobs Safe

[Times of Zambia] PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu has engaged mining companies to prevent massive job losses on the Copperbelt following reports that job cuts are looming due to reduced copper prices on the international market.

Fra’s Maize Purchase Progresses Well

[Times of Zambia] EARLY this year maize production was forecast to decrease to 2,618,221 tonnes from 3,350,671 tonnes, a reduction of 21.86 per cent.

Zambians Know PF By Now

[Zambian Watchdog] By now A wise Zambian knows that PF is a visionless party just like its leader Edgar Lungu.

Black Mountain Controversy Rages

[Zambia Reports] The controversy surrounding Kitwe's black mountain is not about to wither away with the Lusaka High Court granting a stay of execution over the recent offer of the facility to a Chinese firm to commence mining activities.

UPND ‘Export’ Violent Way to Solwezi

[Zambia Reports] The opposition United Party for National Development 'exported' their violent acts to Solwezi where they swept their way through a police cordon to march on through Solwezi town on their way to Solwezi West.

TIZ Praises Lungu’s Move

[Times of Zambia] TRANSPARENCY International Zambia (TIZ) has paid tribute to President Edgar Lungu for demonstrating prudence in the management of national resources by abolishing the law that compels the Government to build houses for former presidents.

Buoyant Zesco Utd Target Double

[Times of Zambia] CHAMPIONS Zesco United have vowed to fight hard and retain both the MTN-FAZ Super League and Barclays Cup titles this season.

Copperbelt Roads in U.S.$500 Million Boost

[Times of Zambia] THE Road Development Agency (RDA) has signed a US$500 million contract dubbed C-400 to refurbish roads in eight towns on the Copperbelt.

Embrace C400 Project

[Times of Zambia] The contract, worth around US$500 million certainly reinforces the Government's desire to enhance proper road network for easy connectivity and economic prosperity at both household and national levels.

U-23 Need Luck for Rio

[Times of Zambia] FOOTBALL Association of Zambia (FAZ) president Kalusha Bwalya has said the Under-23 national team needs a bit of luck to qualify to the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.