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Posts published in “Day: November 9, 2015

Cops Out to Defend Judo Title

[Times of Zambia] The Zambia Police Judo Club will today be hoping to return their title as they face stiff competition from 11 other clubs during the 2015 Japanese Ambassador's national tournament.

GCF Nods U.S.$168 Million for Climate Change

[Times of Zambia] The Green Climate Fund (GCF) Board has approved US$168 million for eight projects and programmes in developing countries for climate change mitigation and adaptation.

Samsung Should Aid Rural Talent

[Times of Zambia] A fortnight ago, October 24, 2015, to be precise, I went down memory lane and I recalled a January 28, 2012 piece titled 'Youth: Future of boxing' which was published in this column.

Tales of Wealth Through Charms

[Times of Zambia] Stories of people approaching witchdoctors or Satanists for them to get rich have been prevailing for some time now.

Prof Challenges Graduates Over Climate Change

[Times of Zambia] Zambian Open University (ZAOU) Chancellor Francis Yamba has challenged the Masters and Doctors of Philosophy (PhD) graduates to go in the communities and sensitise members of the public on effects of climate change.

Shinolda Unleashes Diamond Girl

[Times of Zambia] Diamond Girl, the latest single by gospel artist Mike Chalwe, aka Mike Shinolda Kool, has an interesting message behind the theme.

Ndola PF Warns Lusambo Over Campaigns

[Times of Zambia] Ndola District Patriotic Front (PF) chairperson George Chisulo has warned MMD national youth secretary Bowman Lusambo to desist from using the PF party structures and materials to campaign in Kabushi Constituency.

Empower Girl Child

[Times of Zambia] The Media Network on Child Rights and Development (MNCRD) has called for the empowerment of girls to safeguard their future.

PF Happy With Lungu Copperbelt Visit

[Times of Zambia] The  ruling Patriotic Front (PF) is happy with the overwhelming response and support it got from party members and the general public during President Edgar Lungu's working visit to the Copperbelt.

Zambian Script Writers Get Golden Opportunity

[Times of Zambia] ZAMBEZI Magic has presented local script writers with the opportunity of having their scripts considered in production of television content.

‘FDD Input Distribution Programme Illegal’

[Times of Zambia] The Government has not allowed the Forum for Democracy and Development (FDD) to conduct a farming input distribution programme similar to the one that it (Government) is executing.

Ex-ZAF Officer On Mend

[Times of Zambia] Retired Zambia Air Force (ZAF) senior officer Paul Pandala Banda, who allegedly shot dead his wife Vivian recently and was later battered by his relatives, is responding well to treatment.

Woman Swindler in Court

[Times of Zambia] A business executive has appeared in the Lusaka magistrate court for allegedly swindling 10 people out of their hard earned cash by promising to offer them employment as general workers in the judiciary.

Kangwa Backs Chipolopolo

[Times of Zambia] Chipolopolo striker Evans Kangwa says Zambia has high chances of making a debut at the Russia 2018 World Cup.

Between Rings Premiers in UK, Germany

[Times of Zambia] Between Rings - the Esther Phiri story - was this week among seven films directed by AfriCAN women at the Royal African Society (RAS) Annual Film Festival which opened in the UK last week.

Sevens Coach Sweats Over Rio Group

[Times of Zambia] Coach Reuben Mkandawire has described as tough Zambia's group at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games qualifying tournament set for November 14 in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Zambia Dumped Out of Futsal Tourney

[Times of Zambia] Zambia was yesterday knocked out of the 2015 Futsal Grand Prix in Brazil after losing to South American giants Paraguay at the eight-team invitational tournament.

TCZ Salutes State On Airline

[Times of Zambia] The Tourism Council of Zambia (TCZ) has saluted the plans by the Government to reintroduce a national airline next year.

Coaches’ Body Calls for Routine Medicals

[Times of Zambia] The Zambia Football Coaches Association (ZAFCA) says the death of FAZ Division Two side Police Blue Stars striker, Gregory Kunda should be a wake-up call on the importance of health check-ups of all the players.

Chibombo Tragedies – Church Must Rise

[Times of Zambia] The Chibombo road accident in which six people died when the car they were travelling in collided with a truck this week will be remembered - like many others before it - forever mostly by the anguished of relatives and friends who lo...