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Posts published in September 2015

Man Kills Brother Over K20 Debt

[Times of Zambia] A twenty-three-year-old man of Lusaka's John Laing Township has been arrested for allegedly stabbing his 20-year-old brother with a knife over a K20 debt.

Livingstone in Clean Campaign

[Times of Zambia] Livingstone City Council has launched a fortnightly 'Clean Friday Campaign' to promote cleanliness in the Tourist capital.

Zambia Commemorates International Day of Democracy

[Times of Zambia] The Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) has said the participation of young people in the country's democratic processes is cardinal to good governance.

‘Let’s Protect Wildlife’

[Times of Zambia] Tourism and Arts Minister Jean Kapata has called for individual and collective efforts to preserve the country's wildlife.

Desire for Selfless Leadership

[Times of Zambia] Anti-Corruption advocates should bear in mind that graft is not only stealing funds but also about putting wrong people in key positions.

Hangoma Aims to Uplift Lives

[Times of Zambia] Hangoma Youth Foundation (HYF) is an exigent and innovative not-for-profit organisation which was founded in Livingstone on December 31, 2014.

EIZ Offloads 30 Million Shares

[Times of Zambia] The Engineering Institute of Zambia (EIZ) has offloaded 30 million shares and each will cost K2 to be bought by members under its special purpose vehicle, EIZ Properties Plc.

Kambwili Chides Luonde

[Times of Zambia] Chief Government Spokesperson Chishimba Kambwili has charged that former Anglican priest Richard Luonde has no moral right to lecture on leadership because he was sacked by his church for failing to lead.

Malembeka Gets Tough On Early Marriages

[Times of Zambia] Chieftainess Malembeka of the Bulima people of Mpongwe, Copperbelt, has recorded positive strides in curbing early marriages in her chiefdom after introducing stiffer punishment on subjects marrying off their underaged children.

New Varsities On Course

[Times of Zambia] Construction of new universities and upgrading of existing ones has reached advanced stages with the Government re-directing contractors to ensure that the works are done within the stipulated time frames.

Improving Fish Post-Harvest Management and Marketing in Malawi and Zambia

[Cultivate Africa's Future Fund] Fishing communities are working alongside researchers in Malawi and Zambia to evaluate post-harvest fish processing practices to improve their effectiveness, reduce losses, and promote greater equity among the men and w...

Africa Green Revolution Forum Opens

[Times of Zambia] THE four-day Africa Green Revolution Forum (AGRF) opens in Lusaka tomorrow with the theme "Walking the Talk on Youth and Women-Bringing Inclusive Agricultural Markets to Life".

Hope Beyond Life Challenges

[Times of Zambia] ONE person once said that people should not judge the book by its cover.

Canadian Firm Pursues Siavonga Uranium

[Times of Zambia] A CANADIAN firm, Denison Energy Corperation, has started pursuing uranium exploration at the Muntanga Mine in Siavonga District.

President Lungu Is Not Cost Conscious and Worsening Budget Deficit!

[Zambian Watchdog] In most of my previous writings, I have always maintained that wasteful government expenditure, big government and excessive borrowing are the top economic challenges we face as a country and these do have negative multiplier effects...

Government Has No Money for Agricultural Inputs

[Zambian Watchdog] Sources at both the ministries of Finance and Agriculture have revealed that the introduction of the e voucher system is a deliberate move by government to reduce funding to the agriculture sector because apparently government is broke.

Kaizer Zulu Lungu’s Got Pre-Signed Letterheads From Chilubanama

[Zambian Watchdog] State house permanent secretary Emmanuel Chilubanama who has been President Edgar Lungu's conduit of corruption is the one who stole some pre-signed letterheads and gave them to Lungu's political advisor Kaizer Zulu to perpetuate the...