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Posts published in “Day: December 4, 2015

Using Dead People’s Details, PF Scheming to Rig Elections

[Zambian Watchdog] A system where details of the deceased people who are being reported at voter registration centre will be used to duplicate entry so that the same people are captured on the voters roll but in a different town and polling station.

Senegalese City Honours Kalusha Bwalya

[Zambian Watchdog] Football Association of Zambia President Kalusha Bwalya has been accorded the Pilgrim award by the Island City of Goree in Senegal. The honour was conferred to Kalusha yesterday in recognition of his contribution to the game of footb...

Lungu Wants Early Polls

[Zambian Watchdog] PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu has told the IMF that he is considering calling for an early election to get politics out of the way as he addresses the country's economic situation.

Sexy Malcolm Moffat Principal, PEO Now Wage War Against Lecturers

[Zambian Watchdog] Central province education officer Jenniffer Chishimba Banda and the sexy Malcolm Moffat Teachers college principal Maxwell Sikwela have now waged war against some lecturers they suspect to have leaked the scam to the Watchdog.

Zanaco Inks U.S.$60 Million SMEs Credit Facility

[Times of Zambia] Zanaco has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for a credit facility worth US$60 million with three foreign development finance institutions.

Stop Hoarding Dollars – JCTR

[Times of Zambia] The Jesuits Center for Theological Reflection (JCTR) has urged consumers and companies to stop hoarding dollars as this is contributing much to the depreciation of the kwacha.

Zda Creates Stone Crushers Database

[Times of Zambia] Te Zambia Development Agency (ZDA) has created a database for small scale stone crushers to be accessed by various contractors in the country.

Govt Nets K100,000 From Fish Levy

[Times of Zambia] The Ministry of Agriculture has raised about K101, 987 in revenue through import certificates, fish levy, phytosanitary certification and movement of livestock at Nakonde border.

Selling Expired Foods

[Times of Zambia] Talking shop got the chicken from the fridge and upon reaching the counter established that the Chicken expired on November 8, 2015.

Millers Sign Mealie Meal Price Contracts

[Times of Zambia] The Millers Association of Zambia (MAZ) has started signing contracts with the Food Reserve Agency (FRA) to implement the Presidential directive for reasonable prices of mealie meal.

Tax Compliance Welcome

[Times of Zambia] IT is heartening to note that Zambia's tax fulfilment levels have considerably improved from the ranking of 78 per cent in 2013 to 46 per cent in 2014.

Boxer Cathy Unfazed

[Times of Zambia] Zambian female boxing sensation Catherine Phiri says the continued postponement of her World Boxing Council (WBC) gold bantamweight fight against Yazim Rivas has disturbed her plans.

Mr Zambia Contest in K60,000 Deficit

[Times of Zambia] The Zambia Body Building and Fitness Federation (ZBBFF) is racing against time to raise the K60, 000 deficit needed to successfully host the 2015 Mr Zambia contest set for December 11 at Taj Pamodzi in Lusaka.

Lungu Firm in Graft Fight

[Times of Zambia] President Edgar Lungu remains resolute to stemming corruption and has implored Zambians to reflect on the devastating effects the vice has on economic gains.

President Expected At Focac Summit

[Times of Zambia] Johannesburg -President Edgar Lungu is today expected to be among African Heads of State and representatives from the African Union (AU) participating in the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) Summit.

Voter Registration Scam Unearthed in Pemba

[Times of Zambia] A scam has been unearthed in Pemba District in Southern Province in which some politicians from a named opposition political party are forcing ineligible children to obtain National Registration Cards (NRCs) in an unscrupulous manner.