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Posts published in “Day: October 27, 2015

Shoprite Luanshya Sales Slump

[Times of Zambia] LUANSHYA shoprite branch manager Bruce Mapiki said the closure of Baluba mine has resulted in the chain store losing up to 20 per cent sales.

Chipolopolo Ransacked

[Times of Zambia] SIX Chipolopolo players and a physiotherapist found their hotel rooms ransacked moments before playing Mozambique in a Rwanda 2016 Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) qualifier in Maputo.

Direct Traffic Flow

[Times of Zambia] BRIEFCASE is concerned with the level of road signals being given by some personnel employed by road contractors on some roads on Copperbelt.

Players Back, Eye CHAN Title

[Times of Zambia] THE victorious Chipolopolo arrived back home yesterday with the players setting the target of winning the 2016 African Nations Championship (CHAN) final to be held in Rwanda from January 16 to February 7.

Nkhoma Tips State On Airline

[Times of Zambia] LOCAL economist Noel Nkhoma has advised Government against having the major stake in the operations of the Zambian airline.

Seven RTSA Officers Nabbed

[Times of Zambia] SEVEN Road Transport and Safety Agency (RTSA) officers have been apprehended in Kabwe along with a Tanzanian clearing agent to assist with investigations over the theft of security papers.

Kapoko Jailed

[Times of Zambia] FORMER Ministry of Health human resources development officer Henry Kapoko, has been convicted and sentenced to two and half years, for abuse of authority and corrupt practices.

AB Bank, Eib Sign Deal for Msmes

[Times of Zambia] AB BANK Zambia has signed a 3 million Euros micro, small and medium enterprise (MSME) investment bond with the European Investment bank (EIB) aimed at enhancing AB bank's support to MSMEs.

Network Coverage

[Times of Zambia] This sharp contrast between the mobile phone network service haves and have-nots in Zambia is something to be concerned about by the Zambia

Tabernacle Initiative Elates Church

[Times of Zambia] THE Church in Zambia has welcomed the Government's decision to construct an inter-denominational National House of Prayer in Lusaka.

‘Sate Sate’ Joins Belgium Side

[Times of Zambia] CHIPOLOPOLO striker Ronald 'Sate Sate' Kampamba has joined Belgian Second Division side Lierse Sk on a one year loan deal.

Muna Wins Samfuel Rally

[Times of Zambia] MUNA Singh Junior won the 2015 Samfuel national rally to take over sole leadership of the drivers log after opening up a seven-point lead over his elder brother Jassy to brighten his chances of claiming the title.

Kasama Secures Land for Solar Milling Plant

[Times of Zambia] THE Government in collaboration with the Zambia Cooperative Federation (ZCF) has identified land for the installation of the Government sponsored solar milling plant in Kasama.

Power-Cut Blues in Zambia

[Al Jazeera] Bauleni, Zambia -An eerie silence pervades along a street of empty welding, carpentry, and auto shops mid-afternoon on the outskirts of the capital, Lusaka.

FRA Pays North Farmers K177 Million

[Times of Zambia] THE Food Reserve Agency (FRA) has so far spent K177 million on farmers who supplied maize in Northern Province in the 2015 crop marketing season with only less than K10 million remaining to be cleared.

ZCF to Set Up Tomato Processers

[Times of Zambia] THE Zambia Cooperative Federation (ZCF) is in the process of setting up tomato processing plants in four major cities of Zambia at a cost of US$6 million.

Fracarita Conducts Mental Health Awareness

[Times of Zambia] Millions of people around the world suffer from various mental health disorders once in a while in their lifetime.

Sustaining Unity After National Day of Prayers

[Times of Zambia] WHAT began as a Presidential decree on September 18, 2015 during the official opening of the Fifth Session of the 11th National Assembly by President Edgar Lungu came to fruition on October 18, 2015-the day of national prayer.

AfDB Adopts Agric Plan

[Times of Zambia] THE African Development Bank (AfDB) has adopted an action plan and wide-ranging partnerships to transform African agriculture into viable agri-business.

Kwacha Resumes Depreciating

[Zambian Watchdog] After 'relaxing' for a few days, the Zambian Kwacha has resumed its depreciation journey.