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Posts published in “Day: October 1, 2015

Lungu Should Have Cut Short His New York Trip-UPND

[Zambian Watchdog] The opposition United Party for National Development (UPND) has charged that President Lungu should have cut short his New York trip to attend to pressing issues if he has a heart for the people he governs.

Lwandamina Names Squad for Egypt and Mozambique

[Zambian Watchdog] Zambia national football team coach George Lwandamina has named a provisional squad of 25 locally based players for the 2016 African Nations Championship (CHAN) qualifier against Mozambique on October 17.

Rotten Kwacha – Western Union Failing to Pay Receipients

[Zambian Watchdog] Following the collapse of the Kwacha, which has now been described as 'junk' by International monetary agencies, Western Union is failing to pay out customers in Zambia. The International Financial institution has run out of Zambian ...

Lungu Chickens Out of BBC TV Interview At Last Minute

[Zambian Watchdog] Fearing to expose his mediocrity and lack of vision to the whole world, President Edgar Lungu has embarrassingly chickened out of a live BBC TV programme at the very last minute.

Bullet Strikes Post Newspaper Newsroom

[Zambia Reports] According to an article posted on The Post online, a bullet today struck its newsroom and sent panic among its journalists.

Nkombo Takes Polish Fresh Milk to Parliament

[Zambia Reports] Mazabuka Central Member of Parliament Garry Nkombo pulled another of what has become his trademark stunt in parliament when he carried samples in the house to drive his point.

President Lungu Tackles ‘High-Flying’ Kwacha

[Zambia Reports] The problematic kwacha situation has finally got Presidential attention with the Head of State urging the business community not to panic.

Gunmen Shoot At Post Newspaper Offices

[Zambian Watchdog] Unknown but gunmen suspected to have been hired by the PF government have fired gun shots at The Post newspaper offices.

CAF Fines Zambia U.S $10,000

[Zambian Watchdog] THE Confederation of African Football (CAF) has fined the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) US$10,000 (about K120,000) for crowd trouble during two international matches.

Praying for Zambia’s Peace

[Times of Zambia] It has long been noted that much of Africa has gone up in flames because of impulsive leadership.

‘Motion Was Defeated’

[Times of Zambia] Football administrator Simataa Simataa has said the controversial league restructuring item is a defeated motion which should not be entertained at the reconvened FAZ annual general meeting (AGM) on October 10.

Sianga to Run At Global Heroes Marathon

[Times of Zambia] A Cardiac patient Akende Sianga will represent Zambia at the Global Heroes Marathon slated for October 4 in the United States of America.

Kyusa to Contest Mr Matero

[Times of Zambia] Three-time Mr Zambia, Lloyd Kyusa is among 15 contestants who will compete in the 2015 Mr Matero Memorial Body Building Championship slated for November.

CAF Fine Is Wakeup Call – Supporters Body

[Times of Zambia] The Chipolopolo Soccer Fans Association (CSFA) has said the Confederation of African Football's (CAF) decision to fine Zambia $10,000 (about K116,000) for crowd trouble is a wake up call to the local supporters.

2016 KCM Zambia Open Preps Start

[Times of Zambia] Preparations for the prestigious Konkola Copper Mines (KCM) 2016 Zambia Open Golf Championship have kicked off in earnest with the organising committee courting potential sponsors.

China – Potential Tourism Market for Zambia

[Times of Zambia] It has been projected that Zambia will this year reach the million mark in attracting tourists and the strategy is to lure visitors from highly populated countries like China our major tourist destination Livingstone, the seat of the ...