[Times of Zambia] Government has said the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) is free to engage stand-in Chipolopolo coach 'Chicken' George Lwandamina on a long term basis.
Posts published in “Day: September 24, 2015”
[Zambian Watchdog] President Edgar Lungu's first and last speech to parliament was leaked by Muhabi Lungu, who wrote it at the supervision of former President Rupiah Banda.
[Times of Zambia] Edwin Imboela Stadium -Defending champions, Zesco United yesterday inched closer to retaining the MTN-FAZ Super League title despite a frustrating draw at Nkwazi in their rescheduled Week 23 fixture in Lusaka.
[Zambian Watchdog] One British Pound is now selling at K16. 29 (K16, 297) old currency as the Zambia Kwacha continues crashing maybe due to poor rainfall or whatever excuse the PF government has this time.
[Times of Zambia] 'Mighty' Mufulira Wanderers' home ground, Shinde Stadium has been reopened by the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) Appeals' Committee.
[Times of Zambia] The Sports Council of Zambia (SCZ) will this weekend conduct by-elections to replace two board members during its delayed 2014 annual general meeting set for Government Complex in Lusaka.
[Zambian Watchdog] PSL joint-top scorer and Chipolopolo striker Collins Mbesuma scored twice on Wednesday night as his side Mpumalanga Black Aces beat Golden Arrows 2-1.
[Times of Zambia] The Government is in the process of signing a Statutory Instrument (SI) relating to licensing framework for the postal sector in the country.
[Times of Zambia] The African Development Bank (AfDB) has started developing a Country Strategy for Zambia that will focus on financing infrastructure development and increase private sector support.
[Times of Zambia] Ndola has in the recent past been hit by a deficit in terms of accommodation in the hospitality industry.
[Times of Zambia] Twenty-five new sites will by next year be equipped with Frequency Modulation (FM) transmitters to improve radio reception in rural areas, Information and Broadcasting Services Deputy Minister Forrie Tembo has said.
[Times of Zambia] The Nitrogen Chemicals of Zambia (NCZ) has distributed more than 71,000 tonnes of D Compound to 75 districts in the country.
[Times of Zambia] Government is spending more than US$1.7 billion on aviation infrastructure across the country to promote commercial and tourism activities with the outside world, Zambian high commissioner to South Africa Emmanuel Mwamba has said.
[Times of Zambia] As I indicated last week, more than 400 global and African leaders are next week expected to assemble in Lusaka for a high-level meeting aimed at developing concrete investment plans for driving Africa's agricultural makeover.
[Zambian Watchdog] As we wind up our campaigns for Lubansenshi I wish to share my observations on the general scene here.
[Times of Zambia] Kitwe will be a hive of activities next month as the Copperbelt is set to be submerged in a sea of pink, to mark this year's breast cancer awareness month with a significant long distance run.
[Times of Zambia] Transport, Works, Supply and Communications Deputy Minister Mutaba Mwali says it will be naïve for anybody to attribute the country's current economic problems to mismanagement by the Government.
[Times of Zambia] Construction of the 40 megawatts (MW) Kabompo gorge hydroelectric power station at a cost of more than US$220 million in North-Western Province will commence next year.
[Times of Zambia] This week's pronouncement by President Edgar Lungu and the Government that mines jobs are safe could not have come at a better time.
[Times of Zambia] The Public service workers will today begin getting their salaries after the Government's release of K576.6million to pay civil servants their September wages.