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Posts published in “Day: November 5, 2015

Ex-Power Defender Malawo Dies

[Times of Zambia] FORMER Power Dynamos defender Michelo Malawo is dead. The hard-tackling left-back died in Kitwe yesterday after an illness and will be put to rest today in Kitwe.

Kit-Less Chipolopolo – Zambia’s Soccer Team in ‘Changanya’ Attire

[Zambia Reports] 2012 African champions Zambia are now being paraded in an assortment of brands following the Football Association of Zambia's failure to secure a kit supplier. Zambia's last kit supplier, Nike, ended its marriage with Chipolopolo in Au...

Hippo Kills Kaingu Fisherman

[Times of Zambia] A TWENTY-YEAR-OLD man of Itezhi-Tezhi, has been mauled by a hippo during a fishing expedition on the Kafue River.

FAZ Pays K80,000 to Levy

[Times of Zambia] THE Levy Mwanawasa Stadium management says the K80,000 that the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) paid toward its outstanding debt is just a drop in the ocean.

Zanec Nods Notice Board Initiative

[Times of Zambia] District ZANEC focal point person Roy Lombe said this during a Notice Board Initiative (NBI) review meeting held at Nsakaluba resource centre.

LCM Was Out of Order

[Times of Zambia] THE riot last week by China Non-Ferrous Metal Mining Corporation Luanshya Copper Mines (LCM) employees came at the height of seismic pressures which threatened mineworkers' jobs on the Copperbelt.

No Bad Blood Between New and Old PF Members, Says Davies Chama

[Zambia Reports] Patriotic Front Secretary General Davies Chama has responded to claims that there is bad blood between the new members joining the ruling Patriotic Front and the old members of the organization.

Zemmamouche – Our Mission Will Be Very Complicated

[CAF] A home defeat in the first leg final of a competition such as the CAF Champions League is huge blow to any side, but USM Alger goalkeeper Mohamed Zemmamouche is hoping for a turnaround in Sunday's return against TP Mazembe in Lubumbashi.

Zambian Students in Russia, Morocco Not Paid for Three Months

[Zambian Watchdog] Zambia students sponsored by the government to study in Russia, Algeria, Morocco and other countries have not being paid their allowances for more than three months now. These bursaries are generally meant for students whose parents ...

Police Quiz Amos Chanda On Leaking Presidential Documents

[Zambian Watchdog] Police officers last week questioned Special Assistant to the President for Press and Public Relations Amos Chanda in relation to the leaking of the Presidential speech to Parliament.

Zambia Hosts Power Indaba

[Times of Zambia] Sixteen electricity utility companies from the Southern African Development Community (SADC) are today expected to meet in Lusaka to deliberate present and future state of the regional electricity industry.

PF Appeals ECZ Stance

[Times of Zambia] The ruling Patriotic Front (PF) has appealed to the Supreme Court against the decision of the High Court to refuse granting it leave for judicial review to compel the Electoral Commission of Zambia (ECZ) to announce the date for the b...

Chipolopolo Goalie Upbeat

[Times of Zambia] Chipolopolo goalkeeper Jacob Banda says winning the Four Nations tournament in Angola will motivate the team going into the Russia 2018 World Cup qualifier against Sudan.

Fr Bwalya Ventures Into Rural Zambia to Canvass PF Vote

[Zambia Reports] PATRIOTIC Front (PF) central committee member Frank Bwalya has gone into rural Zambia campaigning for the ruling party ahead of next year's general elections. He appeals to Zambians to support President Lungu's appeal to the mines not ...

Land Subdivision Irks Ndola Wanderers Club

[Times of Zambia] The Ndola Wanderers Club board of trustees is infuriated with the decision by the Ndola City Council (NCC) to allocate a portion of land to a local developer, Sumaria Group Limited.

Nyiombo Will Withdraw Poor Quality Fertilizer

[Zambia Reports] Agriculture Minister Given Lubinda says Nyiombo Investments will withdraw all the fertilizer whose quality farmers on the Copperbelt complained about.

President Lungu Strikes Confidence Note After Copperbelt Tour

[Zambia Reports] President Edgar Lungu has wound up his six day visit on the Copperbelt striking a confident note that he has calmed down the storm in an area be-docked by the threat of job losses in the mining firm.