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Posts published in October 2015

President Lungu, Hichilema in Rare Handshake

[Zambia Reports] President Edgar Lungu and United Party for National Development leader Hakainde Hichilema had that awkward handshake when they met at St Ignatius Catholic Church during the memorial service for late President Michael Sata.

Language Versus Employment

[Times of Zambia] The reactions to an article I wrote in the Tuesday edition of the Times of Zambia, under the title 'Should kids suffer for using vernacular', have prompted me to shift from the topic I intended to share this week, which is on factories.

Birthday Horror

[Times of Zambia] A RETIRED colonel and practising lawyer of Lusaka has allegedly shot dead his wife during her birthday party and is believed to have been severely beaten up by one of his enraged children after seeing the mother in a pool of blood.

North’s Upland Rice Hits Snag

[Times of Zambia] The introduction of Japanese upland rice in Mungwi District is facing challenges due to limited access to seeds.

Sata Remembered

[Times of Zambia] President Edgar Lungu yesterday led scores of people from different walks of life at Saint Ignatius Catholic Church in Lusaka to celebrate the life of late President Michael Sata who died on October 28, last year.

‘Don’t Help Foreigners Obtain NRCs’

[Times of Zambia] The Immigration Department has resounded a warning to locals against aiding foreigners to acquire National Registration Cards (NRCs) amid increasing arrests of the law-breakers.

ZICTA Promotes Safe Postal Services

[Times of Zambia] Everyone communicates, be it within or outside the country usually on a day to day basis.

Speak Positively On Zambia, Diasporans Urged

[Times of Zambia] Zambia's Permanent Representative to the United Nations (UN) Dr Mwaba Kasese-Bota has urged Zambians in the diaspora to speak positively about Zambia and its leadership to inspire confidence in investors and help sustain the country's...

Singuluma Backs Lwandamina

[Times of Zambia] Chipolopolo striker Given Singuluma has backed coach 'Chicken' George Lwandamina saying, he is capable of leading the African Nations Championship (CHAN) squad to the finals of the competition.

Nkana Bag Uhuru Title

[Times of Zambia] Nkana beat Luanshya Royals A by nine runs to win the Independence Cup cricket tournament played at the Bharati Sports Club in Luanshya.

Ndola Movie to Hit International Stardom

[Times of Zambia] Ndola is set to unleash entertainment bliss when a new movie entitled 'Pay Back' is premiered on an international red carpet.

Assembly Relegated

[Times of Zambia] Sunset Stadium -Zanaco 4 Assembly 1

Installation of Ng’ambi As Chief Kapijimpanga Nullified

[Times of Zambia] The Lusaka High Court has nullified the installation of Kilolo Ng'ambi as Chief Kapijimpanga of the Kaonde people of North-Western Province, citing non compliance with established customs and traditions to ascend to the throne.

Nsanda’s Father Sues Administrators

[Times of Zambia] The late Road Development Agency board chairperson, Willie Nsanda's father has dragged three administrators to court over his son's property.

Badminton Team’s Hopes Fading

[Times of Zambia] Zambia's hopes of competing at the 2015 Badminton World Federation (BWF) Under-20 championship slated for Peru are slowly fading.

Global Leadership Summit Inspires Many

[Times of Zambia] The question of leadership has never been more relevant than now. Be it in church, family, business and politics, the idea of leadership applies.

Mansa Batteries Saddens Govt

[Times of Zambia] Government is saddened by the development at Mansa Batteries where the investor plans to turn the cells manufacturing plant into a shopping mall.